Wednesday, June 03, 2020

KANSAS CITY NEWSMAN SHARES INSPIRING MOMENT OF REFLECTION!!!



Here's a personal missive and candid moment of reflection from one of the top news-makers in all of the metro:

Fox4 Morning Anchor Mark Alford: "Maybe we need to metaphorically stand our THOUGHTS and ATTITUDES in front of a three-sided mirror, to examine and contemplate who we really are on the inside, why we believe what we do, how others see us from different angles that we CAN’T see, and how can we personally improve internally."

Read the post in its entirety.

You decide . . .

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like Mark.

He always finds a way to make me laugh and share information.

Anonymous said...

Most people have very little prejudice against colored people. Not enough to matter, anyway.

Anonymous said...

he's too positive and optimistic. it's off-putting normally, but he is likeable and fits with kc.

Anonymous said...


Well black people can improve by getting educated they are really an ignorant and violent people. If they don't get it together and start fighting the right way we are going to have a civil war soon, and there's not enough of them so I would suggest the get their act together.

Anonymous said...

I don't need no stinkin' improvement.

Anonymous said...

Here's an inspiring reflection of inspiration:

"Three day old Cashew Chicken make you shit peanuts"

The Wildman said...

^^^^ Sad that's all you've learned and the only thing you have to share after 74 years of life on earth.

Very sad.

Good luck, wildman.

Anonymous said...

This only goes to show news people should just stick to reporting the news.

Anonymous said...

10:51, or in Alford’s case trying to read a teleprompter and making dumb jokes that only he finds funny.

Anonymous said...

I call B.S. on Sean Tyler's anecdotal Raytown story from the 1990's! I don't doubt that it happened, though perhaps not quite the way he was spinning it.

A story about being stopped by police in the 1990's? Is that the best you can do, Sean? And any Strange Music connection makes me immediately suspicious to begin with anyway. Everybody knows that Tech9ne has a history of drug use from back in the day.

Note how Sean Tyler fabricates a fictional excuse for Floyd possibly passing a counterfeit $20.00

Note how Mark Alford (a "news" man) automatically accepts the false media-spun story that Officer Chauvin was excessively pressing down on Floyd's neck. That's what all the corporate media outlets told Americans to believe right from the beginning. I'm telling you that the video evidence does not indicate the level of force Chauvin employed during the incident. If I place my hand on your neck and someone captures it on video, only 2 people really know how much force I applied, you and me. If all media outlets broadcast the video and tell viewers that I was choking you to death, most people would believe what was said without questioning.

Mr. Tyler views life through his experience as a Black man, and Alford views life through his experience as a White man. Most disagreements in life are due to a lack of communication between the involved parties. It's good that these 2 are talking, but it's hard to bridge a lifetime of differences with occasional chats.