Newsweek gives a nod to KC Mayor Sly James on its year-end list of Top 5 “Most Innovative Mayors in the U.S.” He lobbied to get Google Fiber (after KCK) and has helped transform KC into a “Midwestern tech mecca.” Once again, our top story; Newsweek is still publishing magazines. For what, two more weeks?
Police are looking for someone who stole 41 Arrowhead Stadium parking signs that cost $1,000 each. So far the only people they’ve ruled out are Royals base runners.
#5. Waving $100 bills doesn’t attract as many naughty girls like it used to.
#4. Poor children are now demanding the Chinese Yuan.
#3. Too many graphics on Bloomberg Television.
#2. When crowds surround him he gets Claus-trophobic.
#1. Rudolph the Brown-Nosed Reindeer.
President Obama has put Joe Biden in charge of a gun-violence task force. Biden says today’s guns are incredibly dangerous, but then again, he feels the same way about MICROPHONES.
The Nielsen Company just bought out Arbitron, the company that rates radio station ratings. I’m sure every consultant in the business will use this as an excuse to take more “person” out of “personality.”
Scientists now say the flu virus can be beaten with a good dose of meth. Finally, a break for Missouri!
Good news for all Chiefs fans…There’s a chance the Mayans were right!
Kelly Urich hosts the morning show on The Point 99.7 FM