Kansas City Monday News Link Pool

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Kansas City COVID Vaxx Cont'd

3 vaccine clinics in Kansas City, MO, this week

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The Kansas City Health Department is hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics at three separate sites this week, with same-day appointments available. Each of the clinics is in a different area of the city, and takes place Tuesday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.


KC Good Doggie Rewarded

KCK dog gets lots of pets and treats after alerting neighbors to owner's medical emergency

Good dog! What a good boy!Kansas City, Kansas police said a pup got lots of praise and treats, and his owner is recovering after a scary incident Sunday night. Police said a man was walking near North 10th Street and Laurel Avenue with his dog Sunday night when the man began experiencing a medical emergency.


Kansas City Fights Plastic Bags

New shop takes 'green' approach to selling groceries

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A new shop opening Monday in Kansas City takes a green new approach to selling groceries. Pantry Goods Market at 910 W. 39th St. offers a variety of locally sourced good and products, none of which will come with single use plastics.


Pr0n Cleanup Success

Pornhub removed more than 600K videos in 2020 for policy violations

Pornhub released its first-ever transparency report this weekend, with tons of information about the company's moderation tactics throughout 2020. Those efforts have paid off in spades: approximately 653,465 pieces of content were identified as potentially harmful and removed from the platform last year. This includes content depicting minors, animal harm, hate speech, and non-consensual content.


Republicans Overpowered On EPIC Infrastructure Spending

Biden aims to redefine word 'bipartisan' as Dems work to push spending bill without any GOP votes

President Biden vowed to bridge the partisan political divide but, struggling to garner Republican support for major bills, his administration appears to be changing the narrative by redefinining what "bipartisan" means. First, Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package passed without a single GOP vote, and now his massive infrastructure package is facing strong Republican opposition in Washington.


WHO Seyz COVID Coming Back?

WHO says Covid pandemic is growing 'exponentially' at more than 4.4 million new cases a week

The World Health Organization said Monday the trajectory of the coronavirus pandemic is now "growing exponentially" at more than 4.4 million new Covid-19 cases a week over the last two months.


Arrest Aftermath

One of the Virginia police officers who pepper-sprayed an Army officer during a traffic stop has been fired

One of the police officers accused of using excessive force in a Virginia traffic stop has been fired following an investigation, the town manager said late Sunday.


Royal Example

Prince Philip was a 'model' royal husband who 'supported his wife in everything' as a consort, author says

EXCLUSIVE: For Leslie Carroll, it's easy to understand why seeing Prince Philip on stage was one of the best nights of her life. It was October 2005 and the royal author was attending a black-tie gala dinner at London's Guildhall as part of a week-long celebration honoring the bicentenary of the Battle of Trafalgar - known as the legendary British naval victory against a combined French and Spanish fleet under Admiral Lord Nelson.


Prez Doggie Training

The Bidens' younger dog, Major, to undergo additional training after biting incidents

WASHINGTON - The Biden family's younger dog, Major, will undergo additional training to help him adjust to life in the White House after two biting incidents in recent weeks, a spokesman for first lady Jill Biden said Monday.


Patience Encouraged Amid Yet Another Rebuilding Season

A reminder to baseball fans: it's a marathon, not a sprint

Last year's season had all the fire and fury of an extended postseason, in addition to its extended postseason. To only play 60 games is to make every game important, with very little delineation between teams. Consider: 15 of the 30 MLB teams-half!-won between 25 and 32 games in 2020.


Interior Remodel

What Do the Chiefs Need to Add on the Offensive Line?

The offensive line in Kansas City is about to look drastically different than it has in recent years, as the Chiefs will have two new tackles, moving on from both of their longtime starting tackles, two-time Pro Bowl left tackle Eric Fisher and two-time All-Pro right tackle Mitch Schwartz, and their whole interior looks different as well, adding 2019 All-Pro left guard Joe Thuney, 2014 All-Pro right guard Kyle Long and Rams' starting center Austin Blythe.


Local Chill This Week

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Winds of change to being this new workweek in KC. Wind will be breezy at times today and a little cooler feel coming out of the northwest. It will be a very nice day, but cooler than yesterday with highs near 60 and partly cloudy skies.

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Comments

  1. Cannot believe Dr. Jill Biden is biting people's ankles in the White House.

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  2. Hopefully Dr. Jill Biden is not passing rabies to those she has bitten.

    Rabies shots are painful and not a funny matter.

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  3. ^ Press Secretary, Jan Psaki, claims Dr. Jill Biden has been vaccinated for rabies so her bite victims should be o.k. and rabies-free.

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  4. Just when he was getting his life back together too!

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  5. And he was the one that was going to bring us whirled peas! Damn the luck!

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  6. TOP PHOTO -- SO THONG, YET SO RIGHT

    Q: Why did the pirate come ashore with his sword drawn?


    A: He spied some booty to plunder!!!

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  7. Wonderful TKC readers!!!! Tony should be proud he gets quality comments like
    all those above. Geezer hater is right, this whole blog serves no purpose. The comments need to be disabled.

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    1. Censorship is the only way, citizens!

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  8. ^^hate speech is not protected geezer.

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    1. Is that your opinion based on constitutional law, Dr. Chimpy? A new area of expertise!! Lolol

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    2. Also, Dr. Chimpy, you're wrong AGAIN. Poor Chimpy. There's no hate speech exception to the first amendment!

      Poor dumb ape lol

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  9. ^^and yet NOBODY is talking about the first amendment or the Constitution you stupid geriatric fucktard! Try to follow the thread if your limited intellect will allow it!!! They were talking about this blog. You stupid fucking simp. Why are old people such lazy, nosey, liars? Weird.

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    1. Poor Dr. Chimpy gets clowned so much he gets all excited! This is just like the other day when you got confused. 22 is higher than 20 you damn dirty ape!

      Dr Chimpy, take it slow. If you're talking about any restrictions to speech you are directly addressing the 1st amendment!

      Poor dumb Chimp lol

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  10. Oh Snap!! Chimpy-lover just got knocked the fuck outtt!! Classic. Lonely loser stuck her nose where it didn't belong and got absolutely clocked for it!! Hahahahahaha! Blog punching bag. Never change!

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    1. How many times are you going to post as others this time you dumb lonely chimp? Lol. You ought to have learned after the last few times you showed your ass and got skull crushed! Classic! :)

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  11. 3:28 BMWIS

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  12. @3:12-"Categories of speech that are given lesser or no protection by the First Amendment (and therefore may be restricted) include obscenity, fraud, child pornography, speech integral to illegal conduct, speech that incites imminent lawless action, speech that violates intellectual property law, true threats, and commercial ...

    United States free speech exceptions - Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › United_States_free_speec...

    Several of the posts that Tony deleted in this thread fell into that. That's why he deleted them, that's what @2:49 is referencing.

    Ignorant fucktard, how about you know what's going on in thread before you embarrass yourself again?

    You are the blog punching bag.

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    1. Dr. Chimpy cites Wikipedia folks! But again he fails. Care to use those monkey fingers to look up hate speech exceptions to the first amendment? You brought up hate speech after all Chimpy!

      C'mon! You made such a fool of yourself being a monkey doctor, let's take on the legal world! So great.

      Go ahead. Hate speech exceptions. We'll be waiting while you bitch out and slink away.

      Love it!

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  13. Hahahahahaha. chimpy-lover getting punked. Too funny!

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    1. Up to four posts as other people Dr.Chimpy! A record!

      And you still lose. I love it!

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  14. I'll help ya Chimpy.

    You said: "Hate speech is not protected geezer."

    Here's the source. Wikipedia, since you used it:

    "While “hate speech” is not a legal term in the United States, the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that most of what would qualify as hate speech in other western countries is legally protected free speech under the First Amendment. In a Supreme Court case on the issue, Matal v. Tam (2017), the justices unanimously reaffirmed that there is effectively no "hate speech" exception to the free speech rights protected by the First Amendment."

    But first you said that it had nothing to do with the 1st amendment, then went on to discuss possible exceptions? Decide what you're arguing you dump Chimp!

    You make it too easy.

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