Saturday, June 08, 2019

Kansas City Saturday Morning Workout



We kick our morning into high gear with hottie EmRata and a perspective on her body of work and good life . . .

Fox News: Emily Ratajkowski doesn't care what 'white older men' think because she's making more money than them

Inq: Emily Ratajkowski Pulls Down Pants, Shakes Booty In Sexy Birthday Video

Forbes: Dispelling Myths About The Gender Pay Gap

Closer to home, here are the news links we're watching right now . . .

KC Startup Cash Awarded

$50K inclusion grant to KCMO a step toward 'most entrepreneurial city' for everyone

Kansas City, Missouri, pocketed a major win for the entrepreneurial community Wednesday, becoming one of 10 cities in the nation to be selected for the City Accelerator initiative for inclusive contract procurement.


Local Captivity Seems Tragically Cute

Kansas City Woman Hand-Raised Four Polar Bears

While Jane Goodall is well-known for her work with primates, there's a lesser known Jane make that Jan, who raised dozens of baby animals, everything from birds to primates to polar bears.


Kansas City Sinkhole Fear Redux

Businesses evacuate again due to leaking gas line in massive hole in East Bottoms

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City firefighters evacuated businesses Friday afternoon in the East Bottoms, for the second day in a row. A gas line leaked Thursday night and Friday evening at the intersection of North Shelley and Guinotte avenues.


Kansas Oak Danger Warning

Kansas Says Residents Should Destroy Rhododendrons That Could Kill Oak Trees

Rhododendron plants sold at more than 60 stores in Kansas are infected with a disease that kills oak trees, so the Kansas Department of Agriculture is asking residents to destroy them. The disease, called sudden oak death, was confirmed in hundreds of rhododendrons in the state.


Rugrat Activities Announced

Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead is free all weekend

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- If you and your family are looking for something fun to do this weekend, why not head out to Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead. Admission is free Friday through Sunday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and the weather looks great. Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead is located at 138th and Switzer.


Show-Me Rising Tide Comeback?!?!

As Floodwaters Remain High, Many In St. Louis Wonder If They'll Reach Flood Of '93 Levels

Andrea Mcmanus and her three children had lived in their apartment in Grafton for less than six months before they evacuated to escape the rising Mississippi River floodwaters. They left on March 22, as the flood overtook Grafton and began rising downstream in St. Louis. The Mississippi has been above flood stage at St.


In Defense Of KCPD Horseplay
Young fan of KCPD's Mounted Patrol hopes unit not disbanded
Celebrate Katie Happiness

Warm, but not too muggy for Saturday

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Butterflies - Gabbie Hanna is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

1 comment:

The Hipsterocracy, drunk on craft beer said...

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