Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Kansas City COVID Wall Of Remembrance Debuts At Union Station

Today local leaders wasted time with this schmaltzy tribute that might be too early given that we're still in the midst of this plague and the impact on the nation and the world will continue over months and YEARS.

Still, for people who are genuinely mourning this might be an important moment of civic reflection whilst everyone else keeps clicking refresh on their bank account to see if that STIMMY has arrived yet.

Links . . .

KCUR: Union Station Memorial Remembers The People — And The Way Of Life — Lost To COVID-19 In Kansas City

KSHB: Wall of remembrance unveiled at Union Station for COVID-19 victims, workers

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8 comments:

Bandit said...

How woke!

Anonymous said...

How long did they take for a Hyatt Hotel Memorial?

Bandit said...

Or the 9/11 memorial? When it's politically correct they run balls to the wall.

Anonymous said...

Should include comorbidities, age and weight.

Bandit said...

They should only include COVID deaths but they don't. Everything is COVID don'tcha know?

Anonymous said...

As they continue to ignore homicides and violent crime.....

Anonymous said...

Today local leaders wasted time with this schmaltzy tribute that might be too early given that we're still in the midst of this plague and the impact on the nation and the world will continue over months and YEARS.


Just copied you Tony. You said it right.

KC said...

How about the 23rd and Charlotte Memorial?