Tuesday, May 05, 2020

Kansas City Small Biz Confronts Vandals Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Street level indication that closed biz makes life on local streets more dangerous . . . Here's the upbeat aftermath following a crime of opportunity:

Local business takes 'Positive Approach' when dealing with vandalism amid pandemic

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - With the world-wide pandemic already making it difficult for local businesses to stay afloat, a Kansas City Salon owner is now dealing with a new challenge. Vandalism. After being shut down for seven weeks, Molly McPheter didn't think "picking up the pieces" after this pandemic would entail glass.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love isn't fun no more.

LOCAL FEMBOT said...

YAY CIVIL UNREST IS FUNZIES AND LOOKS NEAT ON MY 'GRAM.

Anonymous said...

^^Says the virgin INCEL.

Anonymous said...

Probably a negro

Anonymous said...

^^Likely a geezer.

Anonymous said...

^^Likely a Milli Vanilli who got tired of being in his mom's basement and reading the back of the Cocoa Puffs box.

Anonymous said...

^^Says the geezer with a shitty diaper and nowhere to go. Rich.

Anonymous said...

We are told to wear facemasks in public, but all that does is lower our exposure to not only COVID, but all other forms of viruses, germs and bacteria. This lack of exposure weakens our immune system because we don't build antibodies.

Wearing a facemask in unnatural, if we were intended to have filters, then we would have evolved to have them in front of our mouths, but that's not the case.

Masks are appropriate for high risk environments, like visiting a hospital with infected individuals but not appropriate for everyday use.

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer. Bye bye now.

Anonymous said...

^^

We are told to wear facemasks in public, but all that does is lower our exposure to not only COVID, but all other forms of viruses, germs and bacteria. This lack of exposure weakens our immune system because we don't build antibodies.

Wearing a facemask in unnatural, if we were intended to have filters, then we would have evolved to have them in front of our mouths, but that's not the case.

Masks are appropriate for high risk environments, like visiting a hospital with infected individuals but not appropriate for everyday use.

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer. Bye bye now.