Friday, June 07, 2019

Crappy Summer Jobs To Curb KCMO Crime

Actually, this effort is a pretty good idea. The downside is that younger workers with the dedication to get a Summer job probably weren't going to be a problem in the first place.

Another consideration . . . Those crappy jobs that were typically reserved for youngsters are now held by adults as this economy grows increasingly sketchy for workers of all skill levels.

Nevertheless, this is ABSOLUTELY A WORTHWHILE EFFORT and much more productive than pizza party payoffs to potential rioters. Read more:

Leaders hope youth summer jobs fight crime in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Twenty-three-year-old Xavier Gayden puts so much energy into "The reason I do that is because I know what's out there. A couple of blocks behind me, there's shootings almost every weekend during the summer. People would be robbed every night. Shootings every night.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...


Exactly the bad kids aren't going to work they don't have to they can break into homes and cars and take what they want and get by with it, just ask the prosecuting atty.

MercutioGutierrez said...

The thugs/criminals want no part of this as they will be breaking and entering the houses of the kids that are away from home participating in this program.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet they won't at all, and will gladly work those jobs. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^ and yet the majority of crime comes from them. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Shhhhh. He might be triggered. The other day he got clown-suited not understanding basic math when talking about preponderance of blacks in violent crime.

Anonymous said...

^^are you on here every day??? OMG, what a pathetic loser! How come you don't have anything better to do?? Jesus Christ..what a failure you turned out to be!

Anonymous said...

https://www.minds.com/ColinFlaherty

Anonymous said...

I can do third grade math, though, and you can't. LOL.

Anonymous said...

12:38's AA meetings aren't helping. He's drunk-talking to the mirror again. Sad. Bad. Weird.