Friday, May 08, 2020

Kansas City Public Library Shares Life Lesson After Coronavirus Lockdown

A glimpse at the plan for this community resource and longstanding hobo hangout . . . Take a look:

Kansas City-area libraries announce phased reopening plans

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As more parts of the Kansas City community start to slowly reopen next Monday, area library systems are announcing similar phased approaches. The Johnson County Library said Friday that it plans to reestablish service to patrons. On May 18, patrons will be able to drop off materials at the Blue Valley (9000 W.

9 comments:

Charlie Horse said...

Will the bums be spaced 6 feet apart and sprayed with disinfectant?

Anonymous said...

Why don't you get back to us after you've gone there to find out?

Byron Funkhouser said...

Is it still useful to call the homeless "bums"?

Harold Eugene Johnson said...

Why not drop the Phase Reopening, and simple reopen.

Anonymous said...

5:17 properly understood, the work "homeless" is reserved for people who are temporarily and involuntarily without a permanent place of abode. The others are bums. The "homeless" people who infest the libraries are bums.

Anonymous said...

Byron is the defination of a BUM. We pay his rent. Right Byron?????

Anonymous said...

Like I am going into that library to breathe the polluted air and handle books that have passed through dozens of spittle wiped hands? No way. There is almost nothing there I can't read on line.

Anonymous said...

22:43 is Byron still pretending we don't know he lives in Raytown?

Anonymous said...

There's going to be more than "virus" to clean up around the pron machines when they haven't been in use for months.