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Re: “Instagram, art and the naked ambitions of Carrie Riehl

SO fucking provocative. I can't even take it. This is like, the EDGIEST shit I've seen in a LONG time. I. CAN'T. EVEN. I don't even feel worthy to look at a picture of her hairy legs or her nipples poking through her shirt. It's so deep and complex and nuanced. It makes me think WAY too hard and like, get a headache from all of the deep thinking.

40 likes, 9 dislikes
Posted by ARTING SO HARD on 07/08/2015 at 8:18 AM

Re: “At Westboro Baptist Church, Steve Drain found religion but lost a daughter

This individual has given evidence that he's not really in line with God. Just read the words of Christ in Matthew chapter 15. This person proves himself defiled with the language he uses and the hate he expresses with it. There is no reason for anyone to listen to these hypocrites (Jesus's term, not mine.)

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by TheDoctor on 07/07/2015 at 10:09 AM

Re: “Bradyn Fuksa flees a theft charge and disappears in Wyoming

Looks like his guilt led to suicide by gun. I didn't know him but when you're that age, certain mistakes can seem overwhelming, out of proportion to how you'd see them as you matured. Too bad he didn't get a second chance to see that life can forgive smaller errors in judgement. You can't know then what you might know later, and sometimes nobody explains it to you. This was a sad tale of misdirected fate. R.I.P.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Alec Sevins on 06/29/2015 at 4:38 AM

Re: “Why is Chiefs superfan Helmet Man still on the terrorist watch list?

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Posted by Salman Mehmood on 06/26/2015 at 1:07 AM

Re: “Melissa Stevens – heir to the Patricia Stevens Modeling School – refuses to be forgotten

I graduated from Patricia Stevens finishing and career college in Toledo Ohio,

studying, modeling and fashion merchandising. I went on and became a teacher for a

year. Met my current husband who was my photographer and later married live in Central

Florida.

We have a business in textiles, making silk scarves and wraps. We print on silk for

other artists and photographers throughout the world, going on 12 years.

I owe my success to my husband Robert Burger, without his insight of our industry we

would not have a successful silk business. Bob (Robbie) also taught me photography

when we lived in Toledo. I have been a photographer for over 40 years.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Marlena on 06/24/2015 at 2:13 PM

Re: “As Honeywell closes its 60-year-old site, workers are dealing with the fatal aftereffects

My mother Ella Nora Harrington worked at the Bendix location in the mid 60's to the mid 80's. She died of Cancer in 1991 while staying with me in Maryland.
She visited me in 1975 and she was suffering from red and blue blisters on the palms of her hands and the soles of her feet. We had no idea what it was at that time and neither did the Dr's
I want to know if anyone else had suffered from the same symptoms
I can be reached at pamgtaylor@comcast.net

Posted by coolgem on 06/23/2015 at 2:35 PM

Re: “Ahead of Friday's Raucous Caucus, here's The Pitch's candidate roundup

Dennis Anthonhy also considers the GLBT community an abomination ...as he has posted the past three years in the Kansas City Star's Letter to the Editor's column...

amazing how he stopped doing that of late..like he might miss a vote from them.

Not the man for the job.

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Posted by tresdognite on 06/18/2015 at 5:12 PM

Re: “Six new players prepare to enter KC's craft-beer community

There is a big difference in licensing laws between MO and KS. MO is beer friendly probably because of Bud in St. Louis. It was not that long ago that you could not buy beer from a liquor store on Sunday in KS and nobody ever appeared to know what a growler was. KS repeatedly drives the business across the state line. Most of the action in the state of KS is on the MO line and the State is giving away money right and left by over taxing and business restrictions. Taxes on Gas, Liquor, Cigarettes is where the money is. I don't smoke but everything else I buy on the MO side. No wonder KS has a budget deficit, they don't know how to run their operation. Thinking that raising taxes is the answer will only drive more money to MO. Time for some Politicians who understand economics.

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Posted by Richard on 06/18/2015 at 2:33 PM

Re: “Tacos, pizza, sandwiches — some of the metro's best lunches are in Kansas City, Kansas

Ok I am so excited to say that Big Grill and more is the best local family owned place in town. It has great BBQ and great home cooked, and grilled foods. This establishment is owned by 5 brothers and sisters with Louisiana roots and they know how to do it right. Besides it's so cute in there you'll love it!

7 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by tyboogie on 06/18/2015 at 1:00 PM

Re: “Tacos, pizza, sandwiches — some of the metro's best lunches are in Kansas City, Kansas

I'm opening a local made goods and art gallery at 7th and Minnesota in July. I can't wait to get back to the real food that kck kitchens put out. There's not a concentration of family owned and delicious spots in the entire metro as far as I know. Downtown kck is coming back.

20 likes, 8 dislikes
Posted by Sarah Preu on 06/17/2015 at 2:41 PM

Re: “Tacos, pizza, sandwiches — some of the metro's best lunches are in Kansas City, Kansas

If you haven't tried it yet, Con Sabor Mexico is well worth a visit. family owned and operated, they serve up some great Mexican fare. Everything is fixed fresh daily, made to order, and you receive generous portions for a reasonable price. A good variety on the menu, with specials during the week. Open Tuesday thru Sunday, and on Sunday they add fresh made tamales to the menu.

6 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Gina n Charlie McBee on 06/17/2015 at 1:51 PM

Re: “Tacos, pizza, sandwiches — some of the metro's best lunches are in Kansas City, Kansas

If you haven't tried it yet, you ought to visit Con Sabor Mexico, a family owned restaurant located at 503 North 6th, ( next door to Big Grill and More,mentioned above). The food is very good, fresh made, and served by a friendly staff (all family members) who ready to accommodate your requests. They are open Tuesday through Saturday and are open until 2:00 p.m. on Sunday at which time they add fresh homemade tamales to the menu. The shrimp cocktail is excellent, one of the best I have tasted.

5 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Gina n Charlie McBee on 06/17/2015 at 1:45 PM

Re: “Tacos, pizza, sandwiches — some of the metro's best lunches are in Kansas City, Kansas

Jake: I agree with all of your suggestions, particularly the Tortilleria San Antonio. And Edwards Original Market & Deli is the best -- http://www.pitch.com/FastPitch/archives/20… -- but it's not really in the downtown loop. But close enough.

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Posted by Charles on 06/17/2015 at 12:08 PM

Re: “Tacos, pizza, sandwiches — some of the metro's best lunches are in Kansas City, Kansas

You know, being a KCK lifelong resident you get a little beat down sometimes when you hear someone exclaim "Oh you live over THERE?" for the thousandth time. If you respond in any other way other than "YEP!" they take it as some kind of defensive response, as if you do not have the means to live somewhere else, someplace like their generic caucasian and beige neighborhood.

It's these types of articles that remind me why I live here. Thank You.

33 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by yourkckmom on 06/17/2015 at 12:05 PM

Re: “Tacos, pizza, sandwiches — some of the metro's best lunches are in Kansas City, Kansas

I live up by Liberty and routinely drive over to KCK for food. (Working downtown makes it easy during the week as well). Here is my list-
El Camino Real (tacos)
El Pollo Rey (chicken)
San Antonio's (tacos to eat there & then to grab salsa, fresh still warm tamales and corn tortillas- and then meat from the market to cook at home- or you can get a lb of the Pastor meat already cooked for around $12)
Edwards Deli- (Philly, Spicy Reuben, and Tenderloin sandwich are my go-to's)
SLAPS (bbq)
Bichlemeyer Meats (tacos on Saturday are awesome!)

I'm excited to try the places in this article as well. Good food from good people for reasonable prices = sign me up!

38 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Jake Elliott on 06/17/2015 at 11:03 AM

Re: “How Christian churches are changing Kansas City's cultural landscape

I'd just like to pass on another way to help spread the gospel and it's simply this:-

Include a link to an online gospel tract (e.g. www.freecartoontract.com/animation) as part of your email signature.

An email signature is a piece of customizable HTML or text that most email applications will allow you to add to all your outgoing emails. For example, it commonly contains name and contact details - but it could also (of course) contain a link to a gospel tract.

For example, it might say something like, "p.s. you might like this gospel cartoon ..." or "p.s. have you seen this?".

Posted by Henry on 06/16/2015 at 9:47 AM

Re: “Hallmark cares enough to send the very best ... jobs to China

Wow, anger management issues? That is the problem with Hallmark, management...and it has been since 2005. Look up Hallmark Layoffs.... enough said! It's just like watching the Titanic go down. Very unfortunate.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by KC on 06/12/2015 at 4:21 PM

Re: “Ahead of Friday's Raucous Caucus, here's The Pitch's candidate roundup

Are the at-large races voted on by everyone? Thanks for this!

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Posted by Alana DeForest on 06/12/2015 at 12:50 PM

Re: “Ahead of Friday's Raucous Caucus, here's The Pitch's candidate roundup

Spare a thought for the stay-at-home voter
Empty eyes gaze at strange beauty shows
And a parade of the gray suited grafters
A choice of cancer or polio

Posted by Orphan of the Road on 06/11/2015 at 2:10 PM

Re: “You may not know Amit Raizada's name, but some of KC's wealthy won't soon forget it

It is unbelievable. Richard Houghton is living with his girlfriend in Puerto Aventuras and is still in business running a boiler room in Mexico.

How can the law still allow him to operate?

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Richard Houghton Mexico Fraud on 06/05/2015 at 5:30 PM

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