mean wrote:Yeah, pretty much...what are you trying to say? I'm not saying stop it all immediately, I'm saying we need to move away from it and back toward a culture where people who want to build something pay for it. If you disagree with this, I suggest taking some economics classes. It is not a sustainable development model for the long term, PERIOD, and it was never meant to be. But it's turning into one, and most people, like you, don't even realize why it's a problem.
dude, you dont know me, so, stop the madness, do not say stupid horses ass shit like people like you, that is very incorrect, you have no idea. with regards to this, if we are going to say stop corporate welfare, downtown kansas city, and all other metros in the country, would be ghost towns. corporate welfare, produced all the new construction in kc in the past 10 years, muehlbach, kemper, sprint, hr block, pl district, crown center, it is all corporate welfare in one form or another.
and if you disagree with doing what 29 other markets our size have done for their teams, then, i suggest you take the same ecenomics class with me. hell, we can car pool if you want.