Saturday, March 21, 2020

Meet The New Normal In Kansas City

Inspiring and just a bit scary . . . Here's a look at how Kansas City copes with the the reality of a worsening pandemic. Read more:

In Kansas City, Kansas, People Begin Adjusting To Life Amid Coronavirus

The lobby of the Bank of Labor, in the old Boilermakers Union Building at 754 Minnesota Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas, smelled like disinfectant. "You never know what people bring in," said Gabriel Naba.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ironically touching a shopping cart bare handed. Laugh your asses off when you think your wipe killed all the germs . Better yet, your previously 40 years of life where you never questioned fecal matter on all carts. Keep shining ! And Watch a guy eat a whopper off the baby changing station in the bathroom.

Anonymous said...

^^^OK Boomer. Bye bye now.

Anonymous said...

@ 9:31. Stop y'all drinking out of the same toilet bowl now that Westport is closed. If the Corona doesn't get u, the e coli will.

Anonymous said...

Everyone that doesn't agree with the Young Faglers is a Boomer. Weird