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2 hours ago, aztech said:

You mean like the F up who thought Kansas City is in Kansas?  LOL

Kansas City IS in Kansas. It's also in Missouri.

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1 hour ago, BleedRebelRed said:

Cowherd spent about the first ten years of his career in LV, first as the play-by-play guy for our AAA baseball team then as a sports anchor...

... but most of what he has to say now about LV is either outdated or inaccurate.  The local radio guys like to use "sound bytes" from him.  Last month they kept playing one of him talking about TV markets of NFL teams over the next decade and he repeatedly said something like "for the teams in NFL cities like Indianapolis, Oakland, and Phoenix".

I used to serve him Long Island Iced Teas until he had the courage to go and get beat up by his girlfriend...

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18 hours ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

You're the guy who said KC is not in Kansas....lol.

This was discussed on this board before.  However Kansas City, Mo has always been more recognized much to the dismay of Kansans.

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17 hours ago, Wyovanian said:

Kansas City IS in Kansas. It's also in Missouri.

Give me a Sharpie and I'll prove you wrong. LOL

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20 hours ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

I mean, the Kansas part alone would be the second largest city in Idaho.  Include overland park, which is basically the same city and you are looking at well over 300k people.

Kansas City, KS has a population of a little over 150K and that would be the 2nd largest populated city in Idaho? So rural, LOL.  KC, Missouri population is about 2.4 milllion.   

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44 minutes ago, aztech said:

Kansas City, KS has a population of a little over 150K and that would be the 2nd largest populated city in Idaho? So rural, LOL.  KC, Missouri population is about 2.4 milllion.   

Nonsense.  It is 480k.  And the largest burbs for the Metro are all in Kansas, if you are going by the metro data.  

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22 minutes ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

Nonsense.  It is 480k.  And the largest burbs for the Metro are all in Kansas, if you are going by the metro data.  

Lolzzzz. @aztechgonna die on this mountain.  

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@crixus — you owe me an apology.  But you’re forgiven in advance.

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21 hours ago, Wyovanian said:

Kansas City IS in Kansas. It's also in Missouri.

The Kansas City Chiefs, however, are only in Missouri. 

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Everyone knows it's in Provo

What a dumbass. I bet he failed Utah geography class

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From a sports point of view USU would have been in a much better place if USU had been built in Ogden, because the Ogden metro area is over 600,000 and with Davis county which touch's Weber county you would have close to a million people. Logan's metro area is 140,000 with a canyon road which makes in a little bit isolated, and more difficult to get to. Logan is a beautiful place but it is small.

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Cowherd=Hacksaw (aka Butterknife) on a National Basis- pure comedy.

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On 3/27/2020 at 12:51 PM, halfmanhalfbronco said:

Nonsense.  It is 480k.  And the largest burbs for the Metro are all in Kansas, if you are going by the metro data.  

I thought we were originally referring to the population of  KC-Missouri vs KC-Kansas.  Not the burbs.       

"The Kansas City metropolitan area (or just KC) has a population of 2.34 million people. MC has an area of 7,952 square miles, which means its density is 260 people per square mile (100/square kilometers).

Located on the border of Kansas and Missouri, KC spreads over 15 counties in both states. Kansas City, Missouri is the anchor city with a population of 488,600, but cities with at least 50,000 inhabitants include:

  • Overland Park, Kansas: 179,000
  • Kansas City, Kansas: 147,000
  • Olathe, Kansas: 130,000
  • Independence, Missouri: 117,000
  • Lee's Summit, Missouri: 93,000
  • Shawnee, Kansas: 64,000
  • Blue Springs, Missouri: 53,000
  • Lenexa, Kansas: 50,000"

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5 minutes ago, aztech said:

I thought we were originally referring to the population of  KC-Missouri vs KC-Kansas.  Not the burbs.       

"The Kansas City metropolitan area (or just KC) has a population of 2.34 million people. MC has an area of 7,952 square miles, which means its density is 260 people per square mile (100/square kilometers).

Located on the border of Kansas and Missouri, KC spreads over 15 counties in both states. Kansas City, Missouri is the anchor city with a population of 488,600, but cities with at least 50,000 inhabitants include:

  • Overland Park, Kansas: 179,000
  • Kansas City, Kansas: 147,000
  • Olathe, Kansas: 130,000
  • Independence, Missouri: 117,000
  • Lee's Summit, Missouri: 93,000
  • Shawnee, Kansas: 64,000
  • Blue Springs, Missouri: 53,000
  • Lenexa, Kansas: 50,000"

We were you thick headed jackwagon.  You said KCMO had a population of 2.4 million which is just retarded.  KCMO has a population of 450k.  The KC metro is 2.4 million with the largest burbs making up that metro being in Kansas.

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1 hour ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

We were you thick headed jackwagon.  You said KCMO had a population of 2.4 million which is just retarded.  KCMO has a population of 450k.  The KC metro is 2.4 million with the largest burbs making up that metro being in Kansas.

 

1 hour ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

We were you thick headed jackwagon.  You said KCMO had a population of 2.4 million which is just retarded.  KCMO has a population of 450k.  The KC metro is 2.4 million with the largest burbs making up that metro being in Kansas.

Really?  Why then are the Chiefs and Royals in Missouri if that's where the population is? 

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7 minutes ago, aztech said:

 

Really?  Why then are the Chiefs and Royals in Missouri if that's where the population is? 

Jesus dude.  It is not that Kansas is "where the population is".  You said KC was not in Kansas for all intents and purposes.  When in reality about 35% of a very large metro is.

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17 minutes ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

Jesus dude.  It is not that Kansas is "where the population is".  You said KC was not in Kansas for all intents and purposes.  When in reality about 35% of a very large metro is.

I knew some of KC was in Kansas, but not enough to be considered which state it's in.  

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On 3/27/2020 at 4:15 PM, Mano said:

The Kansas City Chiefs, however, are only in Missouri. 

No one said a thing about the Kansas City Chiefs. Just Kansas City. Try to keep up.

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On 3/27/2020 at 3:09 PM, aztech said:

Kansas City, KS has a population of a little over 150K and that would be the 2nd largest populated city in Idaho? So rural, LOL.  KC, Missouri population is about 2.4 milllion.   

It's not rural by any means on the Kansas side of the border. The border is more or less an arbitrary line. Kansas City spills into Kansas considerably. 

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If you look at a map, you'd see that about 55% of Kansas City is in MO and 45% is in KS.

The largest city by population in the KC Metro area is Kansas City, MO

The next 3 largest cities in the area are all in KS: Kansas City, KS, Overland Park, and Olathe.  The Chiefs and Royals play in MO, but Sporting KC of MLS plays in KS.

The two most populated counties in the KC Metro area are: Jackson County, MO - 700,000 (est.) and Johnson County, KS - 600,000 (est.)

 

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