AND WE'RE BACK!!! SORTA!!!
Back only by way of acknowledging that Monday doesn't mean much to a country suffering about 1/3 of all workers unemployed.
Still we're inspired by pr0n cross-over hottie Sophie as the "adult industry continues to confront challenges during the lockdown . . . Moreover, we also consider community news, pop culture and info from across the nation and around the world.
Blaze Starts Monday
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, fire crews extinguished a house fire near East 9th Street and Benton Boulevard early Monday morning. The call for the fire went out around 7 a.m. It was out by the time 41 Action News crews arrived around 7:30 a.m.
Mechanics Keep KC Moving
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Typically, when you come into a shop like Hafkemeyer Motors, mechanics will have grease on their hands. But now, they're trying to wash and sanitize more often to prevent the coronavirus from forcing them to close.
Local Lockdown Impact
With the coronavirus keeping visitors out of hospitals, many people are worried for their loved ones who are there alone. KMBC 9 spoke with an Excelsior Springs man about the struggle his family is going through.
Pr0n Game Is Cruel
The Wuhan coronavirus epidemic has turned the lives of most Americans completely upside down. As social distancing practices have been adopted nationwide, many have found themselves isolated from everyday human interaction, suddenly cut off from extended family and friends, and - if they're lucky enough still to be employed - forced to work from home.
Tragic American Milestone As Coronavirus Pandemic Worsens
Health officials warn of a difficult week ahead as the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus nears 10,000. Leading infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci said this will be a "bad" week, noting that "we should hope that within a week, maybe a little bit more, we'll start to see a flattening out of the curve and coming down."
Debate Over Treatment Ecapsulates MSM Antipathy Toward Prez Trump
WASHINGTON - A reporter's question about hydroxychloroquine led to a testy moment at Sunday's White House briefing. Anthony Fauci was asked his thoughts on the effectiveness of the anti-malaria drug in treating coronavirus patients, and President Donald Trump interrupted before the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases could answer.
BORIS STILL BOSS!!!
A senior British government minister said Boris Johnson was able to continue running the country despite being admitted to a London hospital for persistent coronavirus symptoms.
COVID-19 Sparks Beat Downs
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, citing a sharp rise in domestic violence amid global coronavirus lockdowns, called on governments around the world to make addressing the issue a key part of their response to the pandemic. Speaking late Sunday, Guterres said, "violence is not confined to the battlefield."
Talking Point Push Back
Washington governor slams Trump administration for comparing coronavirus' grim outlook to Pearl Harbor
Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee decried the surgeon general's comments on Sunday comparing the anticipated swell in the coronavirus crisis to Pearl Harbor in light of the President's prior comments on qualifying federal support to states struggling to fight the outbreak.
Local Internets Cringe
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With so many people staying home, one local woman got creative with her free time. Stefanie Stevens is a performer, but with many theaters closed and shows postponed or canceled, she brought the performance to her living room. Stevens wrote parody lyrics to "Part of Your World" from "The Little Mermaid."
Kansas City Booze Hospitality
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several Kansas City-area breweries are joining All Together, a worldwide beer collaboration that will raise funds and awareness for the hospitality industry. Other Half Brewing, based in Brooklyn, New York, launched the project that has quickly garnered interest from breweries around the globe including the acclaimed Side Project Brewing in St.
Cloudy Monday Forecast
Hide Transcript Show Transcript THROW A LOT OF SCIENCE OUT THERE FOR KIDS AND THE KIDS ALIKE. 55 DEGREES WITH A BREEZE OF 10 MILES PER HOUR. YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE MOISTURE IN THE AIR THIS MORNING, IT ALMOST SMELLS LIKE RAIN. MOSTLY DRY AND CLOUDY FOR TODAY.
Mustafa - Stay Alive is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .