Wednesday, April 03, 2019

The Kansas City Wednesday Morning Look



With respect to hottie Romee . . . Once again we turn to the panty game to figure out our place in the world of so many consumer products without nearly as much promise, even on a bad day. Take a peek:

Fast Company: Target lingerie easily beat Victoria’s Secret in a survey of young women

Zacks: L Brands in Jeopardy: Should Victoria's Secret Be Blamed?

AOL: Victoria's Secret's Pink brand is 'without fans and rudderless'

Closer to home, these are the news links we're checking right now . . .


Kansas City Urban Core Biz Confronts Crime With Neighborhood Support

Community rallies behind Chris Goode after overnight Ruby Jean's break-in

Chris Goode isn't angry, the Ruby Jean's founder said after an overnight break-in left shattered glass and an empty cash register at his juicery and kitchen on Troost. "When trials come, maintain the faith and just keeping pressing forward," Goode said. "People responded to that message pretty quickly.


Golden Ghetto Addicts In Training

Blue Valley School District says vaping is 'epidemic' in classrooms

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Blue Valley School District officials say they are having a problem with students vaping at school. The problem is so severe that school officials are calling it an "epidemic." "Students have been caught vaping in classes, in our hallways, in our bathrooms," said David Stubblefield, Blue Valley's executive director of school administration.


Rock Chalk Discovery But No Confirmation From Original Flat Earth Inhabitants

KU researchers have possibly uncovered the day dinosaurs died

LAWRENCE, KS (KCTV) -- A team of researchers at the University of Kansas have dug up some important clues to Earth's history. For years, a team of university paleontologists have been working at a site in North Dakota. They believe what they found helps explain what happen to the dinosaurs and published their findings this week.


Golden Ghetto Doggie Tribute

GOOD DOG! Overland Park police K-9 Gus to retire

Facebook: Overland Park Police Department SOURCE: Facebook: Overland Park Police Department A very, very good boy has earned his retirement -- the Overland Park Police Department says one of its K-9s is hanging up his collar.In a post on Facebook, the department said Gus, a 7-year-old Belgian Malinois born in the Netherlands, will soon be retiring.Police said Gus is a dual purpose police service dog, meaning he helps with patrol work like tracking suspects and searching buildings and open areas, in addition to sniffing out narcotics.


Cowtown Talk Therapy Testimony

StoryCorps In Kansas City - Finding A Life That Is 'Enough'

KCUR is part of StoryCorps' One Small Step initiative to bring together people of differing political opinions for real conversations. This is one we've chosen to highlight. Joanna Berkebile and Stacey Todd have lived very different lives. Berkebile intentionally set down roots in Kansas City, working as a realtor.


Uptick For Alex?!?!

Kansas City Royals: Alex Gordon sets interesting MLB Record

Walks, bean balls, and poor play by the Chicago White Sox all contributed to Alex Gordon's record. It is a record nonetheless. The Kansas City Royals are looking at alternative ways get on base and to score runs. No one has talked about this strategy. Seriously though, Gordon may be on to something for himself.


Sprinkles For Kansas City Midweek

Spotty showers possible Wednesday afternoon with rounds of rain overnight

Thursday afternoon will be dry into a warm Friday.


Demon Hunter- On My Side is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The last season for $73 million dollar Alex Gordon.

Glass really got his money's worth on this dud.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- Romee Wasn't Built In A Day

When Romee suggested we visit the PANT-HE-ON, I countered with the PANTIE-OFF!!!

Anonymous said...

Katie looked great this morning. Would like to wake up next to that great body.
Would love to see nude every morning.