Tuesday, June 25, 2019

IS THE GREAT KANSAS CITY SINKHOLE NOW A TOURIST DESTINATION?!?!?

At the very least, it's a local attraction given to us by way of mother nature, longstanding neglect of local streets and storm sewer infrastructure maintenance FAIL. Take a peek:

Neighbors marvel at sinkhole blocking Gillham Road

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The wet weather is taking quite a toll on Kansas City streets, with the latest sign of damage being a giant sinkhole at 35th and Gillham. Public works had to shut down the street due to the 20-foot-deep hole, and residents in the area said they have never seen anything like it.

6 comments:

Sly James Frosty Shit Hole City said...

Well of course "they've never seen anything like it".

Until I came along!

Kohl said...

Put a steel plate over it and call it good.

Anonymous said...

@11:58-You seem so sad & lonely. All day on the internet? No life?

Anonymous said...

Send the people over at the art museum wall to fill it in with bricks?

Anonymous said...

Bet it was from a broken water or sewer line, that causes most of them around here.

It's title: "STINKING SINKHOLE # 1904" said...

Step right up, folks! Gather round! We got another world class FREE art exhibit right here in Killa Shitty! You may be impressed by that Stacking Stones, er, I mean, Rolling Rocks, uh, what's it called? Oh, yeah, Walking Wall! Anyway, right now you're looking at another "live" and "interactive" fine art display. Just like the statement made by the Rolling Stone---oops, Walking Wall, this piece also has earth elements. It, too, blocks the paths of commuters on foot and in vehicles. It does not find approval from many, well, any art enthusiasts. But, the plenty of road-blocking and sinking feelings this piece brings to this cowtown can only be appreciated by true art con-uh-sewers!