Saturday, October 19, 2019
RESOLVED: KANSAS CITY, MO RESIDENTS HATE THE KANSAS CITY MARATHON!!!
This morning we offer a quick reality check and the only real ALTERNATIVE to so many Saturday morning newies and their fake smiles . . .
REAL KANSAS CITY, MO RESIDENTS HATE THE MARATHON AND WANT IT MOVED TO THE SUBURBS WHERE ALL OF THE PARTICIPANTS LIVE ANYHOOO!!!
More to the point . ..
SUBURBANITES RUNNING FROM THEIR LIVES OF QUIET DESPERATION REPRESENT NOTHING MORE THAN PRIVILEGE, SUPREMACY AND A HORRIBLE IMPOSITION ON PEOPLE WHO REALLY LIVE AND WORK IN THIS KCMO!!!
Yeah, it's supposed to be for a good cause but this event is mostly just another occasion for the JoCo middle-class to see and be seen by their colleagues. They could just write a bigger check and be done with it.
But nooooooo . . .
JOCO WOULD NEVER ALLOW HUNDREDS OF KCMO INTERLOPERS RUNNING THROUGH THEIR STREETS AND STOPPING TRAFFIC ALL MORNING!!!
We love our JoCo neighbors BUT don't debate our thesis because in your heart you know we're right. . . Most golden ghetto bedroom communities are nothing but speed traps which harass their own residents . . . This RACIST (heh bad pun but appropriate because it's a race . . . Lulz.) would never happen in Leawood.
Nevertheless, we share the info and a couple of news stories on this topic in order to remind our shift worker pals and early birds that their way home or around town will be blocked this morning.
The annual Kansas City Marathon starts at 7 a.m.
The race takes place on the third Saturday in October every year and cuts all across the city, from downtown all the way to the waldo neighborhood.
The 26.2 race starts near Ninth Street and Grand Boulevard in downtown and crosses through several neighborhoods including Midtown, the Country Club Plaza, Brookside and Waldo, ending around 75th Street.
KCTV5: Expect delays, street closures around Kansas City Marathon on Saturday morning
Fox4: Law enforcement officers running KC Marathon in full police gear to honor fallen officer
KC Marathon Website: "Don't miss your chance to participate in Kansas City's largest and most exciting annual race event that takes runners on a tour through the coolest neighborhoods and past the most beautiful landmarks - including the World War I Memorial, the Country Club Plaza, the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Waldo, Westport, 18th & Vine and more!"
You decide . . .