Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Kansas City Midweek Working News Links



Pr0n hottie Alura "TNT" Jenson and her Brazzers promo inspires our consideration of the pop culture "adult" game in the thick of the work week as she looks as if she's making some office a lot more friendly. Take a peek:

BizInsider: The UK porn block has been scrapped by Boris Johnson's government

DailyDot: Andrew Yang upset porn fans with his criticism of Bing

MetroUK: Joker-related porn searches are still growing because people want to see a clown getting down

Closer to home, these somewhat nicer news links also capture our attention . . .

Kansas City Health Check

Mobile flu shot clinic brings vaccine to people across metro

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As we enter flu season, doctors, nurses and pharmacists are stressing the importance of getting a flu vaccine. The strain most scientist predict will hit the United States this year is more severe than in years past.


Strikers Stay Winning!!!

GM-UAW proposed tentative agreement's ratification bonus tops $9,000

CLOSE General Motors and the UAW reached a proposed tentative agreement on a new contract Wednesday, the 31st day of a nationwide strike. The proposal does not end the strike. Workers were told to remain on the picket line at least until the union's National GM Council reviews the proposal Thursday and decides whether to submit it to members for ratification.


Oh, Deer Be Careful

Increased Deer Activity Means Kansas Drivers Need To Be Extra Vigilant

Agencies across Kansas are warning drivers to take additional caution as deer mating season begins, bringing higher levels of deer activity. Sedgwick County had the highest reported cases of vehicle-deer collisions in the state last year with 418 cases. Butler County followed with 384 collisions.


Reporting Wrong Side Of Trax

A tale of 2 trolleys: St. Louis Loop Trolley struggling while KC Streetcar plans to expand

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In Missouri's two biggest cities, officials are looking to public transportation to help grow business and connect communities. These ideas were put into motion in similar ways: both cities now have rail-guided systems that ferry people between two points with multiple stops in between.


Kansas City Play Money

In Focus: New origami art exhibit on display at Kansas City Money Museum

It's a billion-dollar experience right in the heart of Kansas City. KMBC 9 Cody Holyoke is focusing on the new origami art exhibit at the Money Museum.The Money Museum is located at 1 Memorial Drive in Kansas City. It's open from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.


Chiefs Playing Hurt

Chiefs missing Watkins, 4 other starters for game in Denver

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins will miss his second consecutive game with a hamstring injury when Kansas City visits the Denver Broncos on Thursday night trying to snap a two-game skid. Watkins was a limited participant in practice this week but was ruled out Wednesday.


Local Temps Fall Down

Cooler Wednesday for Kansas City

EITHER FORECAST COMING UP BUT LET'S LOOK AT THE LOCAL WEATHER. WE HAVE CLOUDY SKIES, WHICH IS A GOOD THING. IT IS HELPING TO BLANKET OUR CITY. RIGHT NOW IT IS 41 DEGREES. THE DEW POINT INDICATES HOW LOW THE TEMPERATURE IS CAPABLE OF FALLING.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah, that's right, the KC toy train is free. That's it, it's free, yeah. Unless your a KC taxpayer.

Anonymous said...

while KC Streetcar plans to expand


Why the hell you think your property tax assessments went up 50% to 1000%


Now just wait for the "we are not going to need Fed help after all!" from the toy train crooks. Who in any just system should be doing time somewhere for fraud.