Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Kansas City News Workout Roundup

Right now pro-model hottie Sommer inspires us to continue our search for pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Kansas City Fights COVID

Local hospitals stepping up effort to get public vaccinated for COVID-19

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Metro hospitals are now stepping up efforts to get the public vaccinated. Jenny Tucker's coming off a crazy, hard year. First the pandemic, then a crushing breast cancer diagnosis. Both coming on the heels of adopting her 5-year-old granddaughter.

Rolling Against Plague

Truman Medical Centers deploys COVID-19 vaccine mobile clinic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Truman Medical Centers/University Health is making it easier for seniors to get vaccinated by going into their communities to deliver the critical shot. "It's a great day to amplify awesome calls to be able to get the COVID vaccine, to share with the community that it's safe and to trust the science," Darron Edwards, pastor at United Believers Community Church, said.

Rock Chalk Upgrade

Kansas' unemployment agency going offline for up to 3 days for security upgrade

by: Nexstar Media Wire Posted: / Updated: TOPEKA, Kan. - The Kansas Department of Labor is going offline starting Saturday to install a new security system to fight identity theft. The agency announced a partnership with LexisNexis to get new identity verification software for the state's unemployment claim process.

Show-Me Line Cut

Missouri lawmakers receive COVID-19 vaccines intended for other state employees

Rep. LaDonna Appelbaum, D-St. Louis, said she received a dose of the vaccine after receiving a group text from Quade. Appelbaum said she waited in line at the hotel, where there were "many" who worked in the Legislature lined up to get shots, she said.


Sommer Ray Highlights Apple Bottom Cheeks With 360 Views

SommerRay/Instagram Sommer Ray just clocked 1.5 million views in under 24 hours, parading her massive apple bottom around and doing it in the skimpiest, cut-off shorts known to man.

Impeachment 2.0 Troubled

As the numbers suggest a Trump acquittal, Senators explore censure and brace for impeachment trial

WASHINGTON - After a vote Tuesday suggested the Senate may likely acquit former President Donald Trump at his impeachment trial, Democratic senators searched Wednesday for ways to make their case against him. Many Republicans and Democrats conceded a Trump conviction seemed unlikely given the vote.

Insurrection Aftermath Sparks Po-Po Blame Game

'Unconscionable': Capitol Police Union Says Leadership Failed Officers In Riot

The union representing U.S. Capitol police officers says the force's leadership failed to adequately relay the known threat of violence ahead of the Jan. 6 deadly riot, calling the acting chief's recent admission of prior knowledge of the threat to Congress "a disclosure that has angered and shocked the rank-and-file officers."

Fmr. Veep Suffers Harsh Times

Mike Pence is 'homeless' and 'couch surfing' after leaving VP role

Mike Pence has not owned a home in more than a decade, Business Insider reports The ex VP is currently thought to be staying either with his brother or at the Indiana Governor's vacation cabin Pence has teased a move back to Indiana, but some say he may rent a

Goodbye Cloris

Oscar-winning, 'irreplaceable' Cloris Leachman dies at 94

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Cloris Leachman, an Oscar-winner for her portrayal of a lonely housewife in "The Last Picture Show" and a comedic delight as the fearsome Frau Bl├╝cher in "Young Frankenstein" and self-absorbed neighbor Phyllis on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," has died. She was 94.

Zoom In On Trash Talk

Kansas City, Tampa mayors talk smack, Super Bowl and COVID-19 ahead of game

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There was some smack talk going on Wednesday between Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas and Tampa Mayor Jane Castor. The two talked about the upcoming matchup between the Chiefs and Buccanners and the impacts of COVID -19 during Super Bowl LV.

Kansas City Sees Red

Chiefs to wear red jerseys against Buccaneers in the Super Bowl

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- While the AFC champions were designated as the Super Bowl's road team this season, the Kansas City Chiefs will be wearing the red jerseys against Tampa Bay. The Chiefs' Instagram account posted photos of their jerseys shortly after 6 p.m. Tampa Bay at times wears their white jerseys at home.

Warmup Awaits

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Anonymous said...

great workout. but my wrist is sore.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Yup, photos of Chloris can cause that.

Anonymous said...

The Truman medical mobile clinic is RACIST there is a black woman's picture on the bus where's the white woman. This is RACIST.

Red is the perfect color for the chiefs after all they are part of the CCP. Is Patty Puss going to have his new girlfriend there? I'm anxious to know if she is as homely as the pregnant one.

Anonymous said...


Having finally escaped her chastity belt, Sommer was looking to exercise her options!!!

Damn All Marxists said...

Shoot, I've got a bigger snake than her's.

Tab said...

Hot? Maybe down on James St.