Kansas City Monday Morning First Look

To start the morning we share just a bit of info on community news, pop culture and top headlines.

April Always Tough

10 days of tragedy: 15 historic disasters occurred over these days in April

The middle of April has been a calamitous time in history, with a series of tragic events happening locally, nationally, and across the world. Between April 11 and April 20, more than a dozen disasters shaped the course of history.


Show-Me Charter Lesson Plan

Why a Missouri Senate bill troubles traditional public school officials

A bill with charter school expansion, public funding of private schools and home schools, and nearly everything else officials and advocates of traditional public schools don't want could come up for debate on the floor of the Missouri Senate at any time.


Troops Need Help In Kansas

Veteran homelessness has increased in Kansas according to new data

by: Sam Montero, KSN Posted: / Updated: WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) - According to new data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), homelessness among veterans has risen in Kansas by 7.4% from 2019 to 2020. Retired Marine Corps Col. Michael Hudson said it happens too often.


PRIEST GETS OFF!!!

Priest who had church altar threeway with porn stars won't face obscenity charge

A Catholic priest caught having a threesome with two porn stars on his church altar will not be charged with obscenity. Travis Clark, 37, instead faces a charge of felony vandalism over the September 2020 incident at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in New Orleans.


Progressive Lockdown Fight

'No personal liberties were taken away': Joe Scarborough blasts Jim Jordan for spreading 'lies' about Fauci

Joe Scarborough blasted Rep. Jim Jordan for his conduct while questioning Fauci during a hearing. "When do Americans get their freedom back?" Jordan aggressively asked of Fauci. "It's so personal and it is personal," Scarborough said. "They have lied about Dr. Fauci. See more stories on Insider's business page.


Truth Is Out There

Opinion | The Pentagon has stopped laughing about UFOs. Why hasn't Silicon Valley?

In our era of life-changing innovation, there are major breakthroughs that could well come from the serious study of a phenomenon we too often mock: UFOs. The government has reversed its official position of publicly ignoring UAPs (unidentified aerial phenomenon, the new trendy name for UFOs) and is starting to tackle the subject openly.


Former Prez Trump Mostly Agrees With Upcoming Afghanistan Exit

Trump calls Afghanistan withdrawal 'a wonderful and positive thing to do' and criticizes Biden's timeline

Former President Donald Trump on Sunday praised withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan, while knocking his successor's timeline for doing so.


The Lie Spreads Faster

A leading conspiracy theorist who thought COVID-19 was a hoax died from the virus after hosting illegal house parties

A Norwegian COVID-19 denier, who threw illegal gatherings, has died from the virus, officials said. Hans Kristian Gaarder, 60, died days after holding two illegal parties on his property. Several guests have since tested positive for the virus and also gave it to close contacts.


Check Fashion Hotness

Daisy Marquez Smolders In Savage X Fenty Corset Lingerie

The thrilling snap was a big hit with Daisy's following, reeling in 100,000 likes overnight. Many of her online admirers and fellow influencers, such as Isabella Buscemi, Nazanin Kavari, Amra Olević Reyes, and Lydia Barakat, dropped gushing messages in the comments section of the post.


KCK Questions Sweet Life

How Can Honey Never Spoil?

I've heard honey never spoils. How is this possible?-Joshua Landis, Kansas City, Kansas Honey has an unusual composition. As you know, it starts with plant nectar before the bees work their magic and the factors that retard spoilage come into play. First, most of the water is evaporated.


Sound Of KC Endures

"Jazz and the Black Aesthetic," American Jazz Museum | KC STUDIO

"Jazz and the Black Aesthetic" showcases the visual work of members of the local Black Space Black Art (BSBA) collective but feels like jazz music. From acrylic paintings to 3-D works, the exhibit featured in the American Jazz Museum's Changing Gallery is an interstellar interpretation of jazz music through visual media.


Weather Weirdness This Week

Sunny to start Monday, watching snow chances Tuesday

OUT THERE THIS MORNING ABOUT BE A PART OF THAT RACE. RIGHT NOW, WELL, WE STILL HAVE CLOUDS OVERHEAD. A FEW SPRINKLES WELL EAST OF THE METRO AREA. SOME SUNSHINE TRYING TO MIX IN OUT THERE WHERE IT'S 60 DEGREES, WE HAVE A WEST, NORTHWEST WIND CURRENTLY AT NINE MILES AN HOUR.

Calibre 50, Los Dos Carnales - El Mensaje is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Another "Spectacle" at the Jazz Museum, wonder how much this one cost the KCMO Taxpayers?
(Certainly was a SPECTACLE though, refer to the photo.)
Anonymous said…
^^Yep and you weren't there! It was great! Not having fucktards like you around makes everything easier! Stay in Frogville and fucking die there. Alone.
Anonymous said…
^^^Freely translated from the original in monkey lingo: Chitter chitter hoot screech screech howl chitter!
Anonymous said…
Poor ole Hans. Didn't believe in Covid. He'll be remembered (for a week).

Also. love Missouri lawmakers. Not KC nor STL boobs, but the ones in Jeff City. Charter schools, yes yes yes. Voter ID, yes yes yes. Retain state control of KCPD, yes yes yes.
Anonymous said…
bitcoin
Anonymous said…
Hans Kristian Gaarder - wonder what they will have for sale at his estate sale? Maybe a Hans Kristian Anderson story book? Or a Frozen movie? I can see having a few doubts when there were only 2 deaths in the USA.

But after 500,000 US deaths and 3,000,000.00 worldwide - well he was just too stupid to live. It takes brains and caution to survive nowdays. He knows that now, he knows he died of covid and its his fault. There will be gnashing of teeth........