Friday, April 05, 2019

Kansas City Stays Winning Google Art

Apropos for 1st Friday . . . A fabulous local achievement which assumes that people use search engines for art exploration and not just as a place to leave nasty reviews, stalk friends, lovers & acquaintances or find incorrect info about their obsession and/or medical condition. Checkit:

Kansas City is buzzing: explore it with Google Arts & Culture

In January 17, 1920, under the terms of the Eighteenth Amendment, Prohibition began in America. As the rest of the U.S. started drying out, Kansas City, Missouri filled its glass and earned the nickname "Paris of the Plains." Thanks to political boss Tom Pendergast, who laid down the law in KC, the booze continued to flow.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...


Admire the local architecture?? Well certain LOSERS on here think we are offended by a killer who hasn't gone to trial in years, but is offended by a fountain and the man who had it built. Stupid PUSS.

Anonymous said...

Oh, it's buzzing all right, with the whine of bullets. Killa City #5!!

Anonymous said...

^^and yet it's not. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Yes it is. New comment maybe?

Anonymous said...

^^and yet it's not. So weird.

Anonymous said...

Too much to hope for, I guess. Lol. Troll game needs so much work.

Anonymous said...

We have an abundance of homosexuals making comments. And yet we don’t. Weird.

Anonymous said...

One is an abundance when it pertains to homosexuals.