Sunday, August 23, 2020

Kansas City St. Elizabeth's FINALLY Puts Students On Same Side Of Busy Street

Good news for our Kansas City South Side friends . . . A longstanding road hazard gets a little bit better.

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New educational building unites St. Elizabeth's

For the first time in decades, preschool through 8th grade children at St. Elizabeth Parish in Kansas City can safely and happily attend school on the same side of the street together. The St. Elizabeth campus was recently transformed by the construction of a new Early Childhood Center on the west side of 75th Street, along with church and school renovations.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

75th Street runs East to West. How can a new building be on the West side of the street, Hmmmm?

Anonymous said...

The pedophilia center was moved to the east side so Qamorons won't be able to find it.

Anonymous said...

839 nailed it.

Bandit said...

Libtards in Kansas Shitty don't know up from down either 8:39.

Anonymous said...

Ok Columbo: ST Elbeth is at 75 and Main. East of Main is E 75th. W of Main is W 75th. Capisce?

Surprised you ever found the New World. Oh, you thought it was India?!! And you think you can figure out the race thing? Nevr mind. Up from down? LOL.

Bandit said...

"The St. Elizabeth campus was recently transformed by the construction of a new Early Childhood Center on the west side of 75th Street, along with church and school renovations."

It would be on the north or south side. Compass ordinates don't change. 75th still runs east to west no matter which side of Main it's on genius. You couldn't find your own ass using a GPS without having to stop to ask directions a half dozen times.

Do better.

Anonymous said...

Checking your shoeshine?
Check the map BD.
E 75TH. W 75TH. Main Street.
White people came up with this system.
It's not rocket science.
Everyone else gets it.

Bandit said...

"...on the west side of 75th Street..."

West side of 75th not west side of Main. Address is west 75th.

*Throws peach pits in his cage and moves on to the next exhibit hoping he thinks they are big peanuts and has trouble passing them.*

Anonymous said...

It was peachy-clear that the point of the article was in reference to to an existing building. It's called meta-text.

Now get to cleaning those other cages. :)

Anonymous said...

I hope they burned a good amount of sage in the old rectory.