Thursday, October 31, 2019

USDA Moving Right Across The Street From Kansas City Junkie Park

Double bonus . . . At high tide during the Summer, the rats from the river are seen scurrying through the neighborhood.

Not kidding . . . Here's the overview with more background:

USDA picks downtown office building as its Kansas City site

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV/AP) - The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced it has signed a lease for permanent office space at an office building in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, for two of its research agencies.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

The rats have higher ethics than the government workers.

Anonymous said...

The assh*les from DC should feel right at home there. In DC you can't walk down the street to or from a subway station without the beggars calling out to you and being insulting because you won't give them spare change. Also needles and syringes are in every flower bed and trash can. Still it is not as bad as San Francisco. DC is a disgusting town and being near that park will remind them of home.

Anonymous said...

Good they will be in good company when they go for the mid morning and afternoon smokes. (Smoke some weed that is)

Retro ROCKER said...

They should put them in West Central Missouri East of Lee's Summit Missouri. That is where the Cattle and Corn,And Agricultural, Make them earn there pay.

Anonymous said...

Its the State Street bank/DST Systems building. Dst lays off, plenty of cheap space availsble now, call Phil Kirk