OTC: KK Strikes Out Again

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4 Responses to OTC: KK Strikes Out Again

  1. Anonymous says:

    Greg: You are “brilliant”…a real breath of fresh air. Keep up the good work and calling out the phonies and pretenders.

  2. Anonymous says:

    “GH: Maybe KK took one of those palm-reading classes on 39th Street and can now foretell the future. If so, he needs to get his money back.”

    Hell, the Scientology center on 39th Street has more credibility than KK right now.

  3. Anonymous says:

    he 600 Kansas City union cement finishers are on “full strike,” according to union business manager Kevin Sexton.

    Picket lines are expected to go up Friday morning.
    Sexton told KMBC News Thursday night that talks with the Builders Association “had broken down.”
    The cement finishers contract ended at midnight March 31.
    The Union briefly posted a picket line at the Truman Sports Complex and three other locations Wednesday morning. But the pickets were removed a few hours later.
    At the time, both the union and the builders thought they were very close to a tentative agreement.
    Sexton said the strike affects about 600 union members in the Kansas City metro.
    Jackson County officials have been worried for more than a week that labor trouble could affect the tight construction schedule for renovating Arrowhead Stadium.
    The strike may not affect the April 10 home opener for the Royals baseball team. Kauffman Stadium’s renovations are almost finished.
    Last week, the ironworkers union agreed to a contract with the Builders Association. Tuesday night, the carpenters union struck a deal with the same group.
    The strike by the smaller cement finishers union was unexpected after the two larger unions reached contracts with management, KMBC’s Micheal Mahoney reported.
    Sexton told reporters Wednesday that money and the length of the contract were unresolved issues. He said the union wants a four-year contract, which is the length of the contracts with the ironworkers and the carpenters.
    Don Greenwell of the Builders Association said they made a contract offer to the union. It is not known if the full membership of the cement masons voted on that offer.
    Stay tuned to KMBC 9 News and check KMBC.com often for the latest updates on the strike by the cement masons union.

    Going to say he still blew it?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Still waiting for you to acknowledge that KK was at least partially correct. And partially correct is far better than you or your buddy Nick Wright. Come on, Greg. Man up and admit you were wrong.

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