Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Kansas City Tuesday News Package

During this tumultuous year when even companies selling panties were confronted with protest and scrutiny, the hottie models who still stand tall, proud, and in support of unabashed capitalism for the holidays inspire us to examine pop culture, community news and top headlines right now. 

Check-it . . .

Kansas City Food Scarcity Speeding Up Amid Holidays

Demand For 'Meals On Wheels' Jumps Tenfold As Older Kansas Citians Face Hunger And Isolation

When Steve Rinne, 64, and Barb Meuth, 68, learned that KC Shepherd's Center had been flooded with increased demand for Meals on Wheels deliveries, they volunteered to take a route. "It makes me feel good to do this," Rinne said as he loaded another box of fruit cups, peanut butter, toilet paper and other nonperishables into the back of his royal blue Prius.


Toy Train Scheme Cont’d

Kansas City considers selling pricey River Market land to apartment developers for $1

After years of reinvestment and the development of a starter streetcar line, Kansas City's River Market neighborhood has seen a flood of new residents as developers clamor to put up apartment buildings. And yet, the city may part with two valuable lots across from City Market and a block from the streetcar stop.


Local COVID Count Spikes

COVID-19 in Kansas City: Tracking cases, deaths and latest restrictions

Kansas City continues to grapple COVID-19 outbreak, as case counts increase on both sides of the state line and throughout the country. Here's an in-depth look at the latest numbers, other important coronavirus data and restrictions currently impacting the metro area. What's New: Week of Dec.


Show-Me Po-Po Tax Break

Missouri lawmaker hopes to eliminate state income tax for law enforcement officers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A Missouri lawmaker wants to recruit more law enforcement officers to the state by eliminating state income taxes for officers, but in turn, it could cost the state millions. St. Louis Republican Rep. David Gregory has proposed legislation for this upcoming session that all officers be excluded from paying state income [...]


Kansas Needs More Vaxx

Health officials: Kansas needs 'a lot more' COVID-19 vaccine

KELLY: RIGHT NOW, WE'RE WAITING FOR CONGRESS TO VOTE ON A $900 BILLION CORONAVIRUS RELIEF PACKAGE. OF STIMULUS CHECKS FOR MANY AMERICANS. HELLO I'M KELLY ECKERMAN. TREASURY SECRETARY STEVEN MNUCHIN SAYS THOSE CHECKS COULD SHOW UP IN AMERICANS' ACCOUNTS AS SOON AS NEXT WEEK IF THE BILL PASSES.


Hottie Shares Pricey X-Mas Joy

Victoria's Secret Angel Taylor Hill Sizzles In Sheer Red Lingerie For Festive Display

Taylor Hill put her flawless supermodel figure on full show for a stunning new photo posted to Instagram this week. The 24-year-old Victoria's Secret Angel wowed in an upload posted to the brand's Instagram account on December 18 as she put on a very festive display for Christmas in a seriously sexy sheer teddy.


Politicos Discover Agreement Against Speed Reading

AOC calls time given to read massive legislation 'hostage-taking,' Cruz agrees

The House of Representatives and Senate passed a $900 billion COVID-19 relief bill on Monday after lawmakers were given about six hours to review the nearly 6,000-page bill when it went live online at 2 p.m. COVID RELIEF PACKAGE FEATURES HORSE RACING SAFETY LEGISLATION Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY., was quick to blast the short timeframe, arguing lawmakers "have not read this bill."


Cash For Dreamers

Mixed-status immigrant families eligible for stimulus checks in COVID relief bill

As part of the $900 billion coronavirus relief bill currently before lawmakers, Congress is set to allow mixed-status households with undocumented family members to receive stimulus checks that they were denied under the first round of legislation in the spring. Under the agreement, U.S.


No Faith In Speaker?!?

Pelosi Scolds 'Faith-Oriented' People Who 'Don't Believe in Science' | National Review

House speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday said the Trump administration pursued a "herd immunity" strategy for containing the coronavirus out of a misguided belief in "quackery" over scientific evidence in fighting the coronavirus, and claimed that "faith-oriented" people have told her they don't believe in science.


Holiday Cons Cont’d

Scammers turn to 'smishing' during holiday season

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- COVID-19 has many doing their holiday shopping in front of a computer screen. This can open up a big opportunity for cyber criminals. If you haven't been doing your holiday shopping in person at stores, there are scams to watch out for this holiday season.


KC Offers COVID Test Freebie

Samuel Rodgers Health Center to offer free COVID-19 testing

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Samuel Rodgers Health Center in partnership with Worlds of Fun will offer free COVID-19 testing on certain Wednesdays through Jan. 27. The first opportunity for people to get tested is Wednesday, Dec. 23, at the Worlds of Fun Toll Plaza located at 4545 Worlds of Fun Ave.


Christmas Warm Up 2020

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Warm and windy weather lead your forecast for your Monday. Mostly sunny skies are expected today with high temperatures near 60. Winds will be strong at times gusty near 30 mph. The weather will stay well above the norm again on Tuesday with highs again in the lower 60s.

Ed Sheeran - Afterglow is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Governmunt had problems printing 5,000 pages. That is why you didn't get your $600 a couple months ago. Though 30% of current circulated USD was printed in the past 6 months. Good news Pakistan will have plenty to spend on Gender Education and Africa will have new wells to poop into.

Anonymous said...

Hey Chuck! Your favorite website Newsmax has disavowed its stance on Dominion, so go cry me a river.

https://www.newsmax.com/t/newsmax/article/1002355

The right-wing news outlet Newsmax on Monday broadcast a lengthy statement to "clarify" false and baseless claims made on its platform about two vote-processing companies, Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems, and the 2020 election.

"Newsmax would like to clarify its news coverage and note that it has not reported as true certain claims made about these companies," John Tabacco said on the network.


FALSE AND BASELESS. Read that over and over.

HEAR THE THUNDER?

Anonymous said...

no fucking way, if I have to pay income taxes the dishonest murdering police officers have to pay income taxes

Anonymous said...

^^and yet not. Should've been a cop pussy. Weird.

Charlie Horse said...

Don't miss reading about the tens of millions of our tax dollars given to Vietnam for Agent Orange problems left over from from the Vietnam war.🤔🤔🤔

Anonymous said...

KCMO is accepting applications 7:56. What's stopping you pussy?

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- PANDORA'S BOX

When Pandora got hired as a bellhop working for tips only, she peddled her box from room-to-room!!!

Anonymous said...

LoL. Newsmax's own Dr. Seb Gorka (yeah, people can call that fraud a Dr. but Jill Biden, nope) had on the pillow dipshit and had to shut him down when he started playing the conspiracy theory Dominion card. Fucking idiots.

Anonymous said...

@8:29AM-and yet I'm not the one crying about it like a pussy bitch. That's you. Pussy bitch. Do better.

Anonymous said...

Oh, he did @10:55 - he flattened your wimpy ass, but you're too dumb to realize it.

Anonymous said...

Both Dr. Gorka and Dr. Biden are pretentious fools. Calling either one "Doctor" belittles everyone who had to engage in actual advanced scholarship to earn their degree.

Anonymous said...

^^says the complaining geezer who sits on a blog for dying geriatrics all day. Hard pass on any opinion you have about anything. Loser.

Anonymous said...

^^Says the fat assed pussy, who sits here all day, every day, spewing inane commentary.

Anonymous said...

^^Sort of like this inane drivel?