A #TBT checkup with one of our all-time favorite hotties: Jordan scaled down her chesty brand in order to focus on fitness and health and this brings us to a newsworthy MSM consideration of bewbs.
Med Shadow: Breast Implants: Should They Be Banned?
AP: Breast implants tied to rare cancer to remain on US market
NPR: When It's Time For A Mammogram, Should You Ask For 3D?
Closer to home, we grab more than a handful of relevant links for right now . . .
Kansas City Enjoys Adorable Propaganda
Sometimes when law enforcement officers get called out to burglary in progress calls, it's easy to assume the worst.But an officer with the Kansas City Police Department discovered the exact opposite Thursday afternoon.According to a tweet from KCPD on Thursday afternoon, an officer was called to a possible burglary in progress call and instead discovered a hot pink dog and no burglary.The police posted a picture of an officer loving on hot pink dog, and rightfully, so the picture was starting to go viral.
Waldo Sewage Nightmare Emerges
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- When we get heavy rain like we've seen lately, most of us hunker down and ride out the storm. However, some residents in the charming neighborhood of Waldo go immediately into panic mode because heavy rainfall brings back painful memories of past storms that have led to flooded basements.
Kansas City Tiny Life Help After War
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City veterans will soon have another resource to help them get on their feet. The Veterans Community Project broke ground Thursday on a new Veterans Community Center at 1201 E. 89th St. in Kansas City. It will be located at the Veterans Community Project Village where homeless veterans live in transitional tiny homes.
Big-Ass Local Tech Debut
Overland Park-based Dimensional Innovations unveiled its newest piece of equipment, a $2.2 million 3-D printer and five-axis router that can make items 10 feet wide, 20 feet long and 5 feet high. Produced by Thermwood, the equipment is known as a Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) machine.
Training Golden Ghetto NextGen
Future Overland Park fire station will incorporate student-fire program
Celebrate Working-Class Sonnet???
A construction worker from Drexel, Missouri, is using poetry to positively affect the perception of blue-collar trades. Eric Borden's poem " Ditch Diggers" is up front about the negative perception he's battling: You say the world needs ditch diggers,that statement's true enough.But if you're saying it because you think you're better than us,then with you've I've got a grudge.
Soggy Week Cont'd
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And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .