Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Kansas City Ready To Sink 75 MILLION BUCKS Into Aquarium Despite Economic Impact Of COVID-19 Plague

Local finances are getting worse but that doesn't stop the tax and spend strategy of KCMO leaders. Leaders have wanted a local aquarium for years and now they're moving forward as city hall moves closer toward bankruptcy. 

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KC Zoo's $75 million aquarium project receives approval

A new $75 million aquarium is planned for the Kansas City Zoo. The Kansas City, Missouri, Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners gave approval Tuesday for the Friends of the Zoo to begin construction on the new exhibit in "early 2021."

24 comments:

Bandit said...

This is brilliant! How about linking the too choo choo to it and the empty half built airport while you morons are at it?

Anonymous said...

yea, seems really cool since they are trying to cut the KCPD budget. (insert eye roll) i would prefer to be safe than look at fish. I can look at fish for free at cabela's and bass pro.

Anonymous said...

You're the only moron around here

Anonymous said...

Fantastic! This will be great for the city! Keep moving forward! Great to see such progress!

Anonymous said...

Is this the momentum that gopher boi is always talking about?

Brilliant move during the plandemic, shit has been falling apart for a decade and the city spends 75 million on fish, where’s the recall at next, I’m signing as fast as I can.

Anonymous said...

Where the hell is the money for this coming from?

Anonymous said...

Let's build a $75 million dollar aquarium but no one will be able to see it because of Biden's proposed country-wide lockdown.

Makes total sense in the Marxist world of insanity.

Why isn't the $75 million put to improving the roads, sewer and water infrastructure that is crumbling?

Anonymous said...

^^ that makes to much sense. Can't have that in KC.

Anonymous said...

Like I am going into that part of town..and when will first stray bullet take out a tank ?

Anonymous said...


but..but..that's $75 mil that KC could be adding to their wonderful, hugely successful 18th and Vine project!

Anonymous said...

the aquarium will be much larger than the new tiger enclosure that cost
$500K. Isn't that GREAT 9:37!

Anonymous said...

friends of the zoo should not be dictating any hobby lobby projects anywhere in the city.

Anonymous said...

London Zoo and the Victorians, 1828-1859

Anonymous said...

75 million for a project in the most dangerous and worse part of KCMO?

Anonymous said...

I love animals, the zoo and KC, but it does seem like a really bad time to undertake a project like this.

Anonymous said...

kansas city would be really nice if it were at the bottom of a mountain it couldn't fuck up, deference for something that makes them feel small & stupid, but it is not.

Anonymous said...

If all the geriatric, fucktard, shut-ins hate it, it must be great for the city! Good job KC Zoo. Keep moving forward. It will be a tremendous addition to a fantastic Zoo! Great job!

Anonymous said...

can't wait to see your exhibit spot in the zoo 8:52, great for the city to have you caged in there.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet you never leave your rented trailer in Frogville, and don't have the funds for admission so... Weird.

Anonymous said...

you always say the same tired shit

Anonymous said...

^^And yet so does everybody on this tired blog. Weird.

Anonymous said...

glad you feel you fit in somewhere.

Anonymous said...

What a great monument to the proletariat this new people’s aquarium will be. The greedy capitalists would never give the oppressed people of Kansas City such a gift as Comrade Lucas and the KC Soviet council is proposing.

Anonymous said...

^^and it will be fantastic, a major attraction for our city, and the people will love it. Weird.