Wednesday, January 06, 2021

Kansas City News Link Stroll

Life goes on in this town despite political turmoil in the nation's capitol. Accordingly, we share an alternative glimpse what's hot from a pop culture, community news and top headline perspective.

Snow Job Scheme Debuts

Kansas City will deploy additional trucks, drivers for future snow storms

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Following the New Year's Day snow storm, the city of Kansas City says it will make some changes to improve its snowplowing game plan.


Show-Me Tragic Stats

Two-fifths of Missouri's COVID-19 deaths were in last 2 months

Two-fifths of all of Missouri's COVID-19 deaths were reported in the last two months of 2020, according to the state health department.Data on the department's COVID-19 dashboard shows that 2,369 deaths were reported in November and December.


Rock Chalk Waiting Game

Kansas Stumbles On COVID-19 Vaccinations, Leaving Health Officials Confused And Doses On Shelves

For starters, the COVID-19 vaccine doses intended for Ness County in west-central Kansas landed somewhere else. "That was my first clue we had a problem," said Carolyn Gabel, the county's public health administrator. Then someone from Dodge City called. Those vials bound for Ness City? They hadn't been kept as cold as needed.


Kansas City Community Effort To Push COVID Vaxx

AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial in Kansas City recruits diverse participants - The Beacon

For Sarah Franco, 49, a Hispanic resident of Kansas City, Kansas, COVID-19 vaccines are a blessing. "Everything that is helpful to go through this pandemic should be welcome," Franco said through a translator. But while Franco plans to get vaccinated once it's available to the general public, she says many people she knows are divided on the vaccine - and some are afraid.


Panty Promo Peek

Christine Quinn showcases her incredible frame in a sheer bodysuit

She is the reality show icon who is known for always putting on a glamorous display. And Christine Quinn looked incredible as she slipped into racy lace lingerie for a sizzling Savage x Fenty photoshoot this week.


Prez Trump Shut Down On Social Media

In unprecedented move, Twitter locks President Trump's account after tweets with 'severe violations'

In an unprecedented move, Twitter locked President Trump's account on Wednesday after freezing three of his tweets about the riots at the U.S. Capitol so they could not be liked or forwarded. The @realDonaldTrump account will be locked and those tweets must be removed.


Prez Trump End Game???

Democratic lawmakers call for Pence to invoke 25th Amendment, remove Trump from office

Dear @VP @Mike_Pence: You need to start the 25th Amendment. @realDonaldTrump is detached from reality. https://t.co/FkGBte8ZxB - Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) January 6, 2021 Donald J. Trump should immediately be impeached by the House of Representatives & removed from office by the United States Senate as soon as Congress reconvenes.


Bad Ideas Abound Today

Some Orthodox Christians ignore COVID warnings on Epiphany

SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) - Thousands of Orthodox Christian worshippers in Bulgaria on Wednesday ignored warnings issued by health authorities to abstain from mass gatherings due to the coronavirus pandemic and kept instead to their centuries-old Epiphany traditions.


Help Troops Work

'Serving those who serve': KC metro's largest Vet career fair going virtual

The Greater KC Veterans Career Fair offers unique opportunities for job seekers


Courthouse Sign Up

All Jackson County residents asked to fill out vaccine survey to decide order

by: Travis Meier Posted: / Updated: JACKSON COUNTY, Mo. - The county health department is asking all residents to fill out a survey to help them determine who will get the vaccine and when. The Jackson County Health Department is filling vaccination appointments through a survey tool, which helps officials decide who is most at risk.


City Hall Honcho Talks

City Manager to address Downtowners + Mayor opens up on podcast

Kansas City's new City Manager Brian Platt will take center stage at this month's meeting of the KC Downtowners. The virtual luncheon meeting is set for noon Wednesday, Jan. 13. Admission is free, although you will need to RSVP online.


World Turns Colder

Thursday will be cloudy with highs in the mid-30s

Hide Transcript Show Transcript STARTING TO SEE AT LEAST SOME RAINFALL. 39 DEGREES IN THE NEXT HOUR, NOTICE HOW WE STILL HAVE THE YELLOW TRIANGLES. ALSO ON THIS GRAPHIC WE HAVE ADDED HOW LIKELY YOU ARE TO SEE RAINFALL. 60% SHOT THROUGH 8:00 BY 9:00-10:00-11:00 IT GOES TO A 40% CHANCE.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

7 comments:

Anonymous said...


So did the racist Quinton Lucas get some black boys who won't park and sleep on the job to actually work? Imagine that. He sure didn't hire any white people who applied for the job when he ran an ad last year. But hey he's safe because us white people don't have affirmative action and can't get a free discrimination suit.

Anonymous said...

I’d like to screw that Christine Quinn and cum deep inside her.

Anonymous said...

kansas and johnson county are clueless on the vaccine.

why?

Anonymous said...

Go ahead @9:26, nobody's stopping you.
If your taste runs to scrawny calves flabby saddlebag hips and obviously Tupperware teats, have fun - but is three inches considered "deep"?

KC said...

Too bad your date for tonight will be a warmed up burrito stuck between your mattress and box springs.

Anonymous said...

^^^ YUM!

Anonymous said...

Great new "plan" for KCMO snow plowing.
But what the enthusiastic new city manager will find out is that KCMO government can't implement much of anything.
Because neither the electeds nor the employees much care about services for residents, so there's no command attention, emphasis, oversight, management, or accountability.
He's whistling into the wind.
And just wait when he tries to hold someone to account for the condition of the streets.
Only the names change.