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  • Hi everybody I am 14 and am wondering what places will hire me in the kansas city area. I am really looking to make some money but just about everywhere you must be 16 to apply for a job. Now i know there is going to be one or more adults who are just going to say " Just relax go to school and get good grades!" Well I don't want that. I would like to work. Please help
  • If you are looking for a job in Kansas City, you might have more success asking for info from people in the Kansas City section of Y! Answers, rather than here in the St. Louis secton. However, as a general matter, it is especially hard right now for a young person to get a job. Older kids are competing for the same jobs. If you were an employer, would you want a 14 year old or a 17 year old to work for you? There are many more restrictions on the hours you can work, the kinds of jobs you are allowed to do, and so forth. One place that you might try, however, are supermarkets and libraries. Some libraries hire 14 year olds to re-shelve books. If your library is one of them, it's definitely a place to apply. And I know that supermarkets will often hire 15 year old kids as baggers, so maybe they allow 14 year olds as well. Meanwhile, ask your question again in the Kansas City area. Good luck!
  • under 16 yr olds are very limited to work they are allowed to do and hours - child labor laws and you need working papers first
  • Paper route, raking lawns, mowing lawns, babysitting.
  • The Red Cross does NOT pay donors. The previous answerer doesn't know what he is talking about. One place that does pay donors is Adventis. I have heard there are others as well, but this is one I know about. Aventis Bio-Services Inc 6199 Independence Avenue Kansas City, MO 64125 (816) 483-8344 Hours of operation: Monday thru Friday 8- 6.30 Saturday 8-4 Do not forget to bring a picture ID (like a driver's license) AND your Social Security Card. The will turn you away if you do not have the SS card. And you must be at least 18, Also, keep in mind that you cannot get rich donating plasma. I think they pay you $25 the first time, then a $5 bonus (total of $30) on the second visit.
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  • Where's the best airport in the uk to get to kc? Where's the best way to get to kc if the plane doesn't go to kc? I've also been thinking if I get the money I want to live there... What sort of costs am I looking at? (Maybe a kc citzen might be able to help me here) And I say a few years because I'm 17 lol so be hard to go now:P Thanks
  • Kansas City has a large airport. You might not be able to get a direct flight from London, but you should be able to get a flight from London to New York, and then New York to Kansas City. KC's airport code is MCI. (I don't know who picked those letters) For costs, KC is near the average for American cities. I'm paying $600 a month for a one bedroom apartment. Utilities are about $200 a month (water, electric, gas, cable TV, phone) I spend about $150 a month on food. The current exchange rates are about 2 GBP = $3 USD.
  • Haha this is really funny because I'm 18 and I live in KC and I want to go to the UK so its like switching places lol. Let me see if I can help you. Well I don't know about the best airport in the UK but if the flight isn't directly to KC then you will fly to a city and catch another plane to KC. That should be included on your ticket, cause when you look up your flight route it will say how many stops there will be before you will reach KC. So depending on what flight you get the number of stops will very. Okay so if your looking to live here it doesn't really cost that much I guess. It really depends on what part of the city you choose to live in. Like I live north of the river(missouri river) in Kansas City and its really nice up there compared to south KC but I wouldn't live in the north east. If your looking into moving north of the river people call it the northland so thats just a term people use. There is Kansas City, Kansas and for me thats a little expensive and the crime is up a little but it still depends on what part. Kansas City is really cool. You should research the city and see all the cool things you can find. I hope this helps!!!!
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  • I am about to move from Kansas City to LA and need a used car. I would like something in the 5k to 7k range. Something reliable that looks decent. I know that LA has a larger market and the cars don't have a history of damage from cold and salt, but are the used cars more expensive in the LA market than KC? I wouldn't mind driving out there, but don't want to unless its worth the money. I also am considering the possibility of buying a new used car in kc and having it break down halfway on my trip to LA.. that would be a terrible situation. However, It would be easy to load all my stuff into a car and drive it instead of shipping a considerable amount of stuff by mail. Another thing to consider is the plates and insurance.. am I going to pay more if I register the car in LA? OR will I pay the same and does it make it easier to just buy out in LA where I will be living? THANKS for any help!!!
  • If you buy it in Kansas you'll need to first pay tax on it, register it, and title it in Kansas or you won't be allowed to register it in California. That money will all be lost. There used to be a rule that if you moved to California you couldn't register a car that you owned for less than 90 days. I don't know if that's still true. The rule was made to prevent people from bringing cars into California that couldn't meet emission standards.
  • i possess a store and Kansas isn't any specific than another location to shop for a well used vehicle from,simply appear round on the used vehicle tons,they must be in every single place the location there,i are living in Tennessee,and there is extra vehicle tons right here than grocery shops,however you should not have a tough time discovering a used vehicle,all people has them,well good fortune discovering one.
  • chances are that a car from KC wont meet CA emission standards therefore you cant register it
  • I am looking to get a new car, it doesnt have to be brand new just new to me. I live in the Kansas City, MO area and I would like to know if anyone out there knows of a used car dealership that sort of doesnt care what your credit looks like. I take that back that really doesnt care what your credit looks like. If anyone knows of a car lot like that around here please let me know. Thanks a bunch!!
  • For Kansas City and whole USA to buy used car.Goverment and Police auto auction can save you a lot of money...I bouht a near new SUV from online police auction 2 months ago.It only cost me $730. For sure there are a couple of scams.I followed the guide on http://www.usedcarsinfo.info/index.php?t=usedcar That site listed top 5 Police auction sites and help you choose the best one. Hope that help you.
  • i own a shop and Kansas is no different than any other place to buy a good used car from,just look around at the used car lots,they should be all over the place there,i live in Tennessee,and there's more car lots here than grocery stores,but you shouldn't have a hard time finding a used car,everyone has them,good luck finding one.
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  • To tell the truth, I would say that I don't really know. cuz I don't live in Kansas city. I live in wisconsin.
  • why, around the corner of course! all kinds of wonders can be found there!
  • Now, you do know that these places are not really near KC? Some people don't mind the drive to get to these places that are an hour or two drive from the city, but personally, I don't like to drive more than twenty minutes or so. Thirty minutes is really pushing my limit. These would probably not be places that you could commute to, unless you were making a ton of money and found a house somewhere that you just couldn't live without. All this is true of course, unless I'm headed to the lake, then the drive is nothing. hint - if anyone from the KC metro area says they are going to the lake, it is automatically understood that they are going to the Ozarks. If you smile and say "Cool. Wish I was going this weekend" then folks will think you're from the area. If you ask "Oh? Which lake is that?" then . . . well, nevermind, you'll find out.
  • I moved away from Whiteman a year ago after 11 years. Warrensburg, Sedalia,Higginsville,Clinton are the major small towns there. Employment is good but the HOTROD place to work is on base at Whiteman. You'll like the area it's beautiful. If you don't mind the drive, Lee's Summit offers alot of oppertunity, one major one being Troop A in Lee's Summit for Missouri Highway Patrol. I said Whiteman but it was really Windsor. I worked in Concordia & my wife in Warrensburg.
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  • Winnipeg, Quebec, Victoria, Windsor, Halifax, among other cities are more deserving of an NHL team than Kansas City. Pittsburgh deserves a team, it's a shame for them to lose it, but this team should go to CANADA, for Heaven's sake. I'm sick of southern US cities getting NHL teams when the last two southern US cities to win the Stanley Cup have many citizens who still have never heard of hockey or the Stanley Cup, and they still have no clue that there is even an NHL team in their city. At least Canadians know hockey.
  • I have to agree that Kansas City does not need an NHL team if for no other reason than competition. It would not be good economics for the team to have to compete with the Chiefs and the Royals. During hockey season in Kansas City, everyone would be at either one of those teams' games and definitely would NOT be watching hockey. I live in Houston, and would LOVE to see an NHL team here, and I was glad to read that Houston was one of the cities being considered for a place for the Penguins to move, but even I have to admit that forcing the team to compete with the HUGE football and baseball fanbase down here would be completely moronic. There just wouldn't be any butts in the seats, plain and simple. It's sad that Canada has the love but not the money for hockey, and with the U.S., it's vice-versa. Sure we have the money, but no one cares about hockey down here. Of the cities mentioned in the original question, I think either Winnipeg or Quebec should get the Penguins if they move because those two cities are the ones on the list who have had NHL teams in the past.
  • If the NHL expands in the coming years. Kansas City would most likely be at the top of the list for cities to get a team. They'll have a brand new arena and the city is in constant talks with Bettman and the Owners to bring a team there. Their first try at having an NHL team failed, but that was decades ago. If Hockey can thrive in St. Louis, only a few hours away, it can work in Kansas City too.
  • I realize that Canadians have a hysterical bias against anything hockey related that happens outside Canada, but you have a point. With the salary cap now in place, Bettman runs out of arguments regarding teams relocating to Canada. The NHL is 6th in the sports pecking order here, behind the NFL, NASCAR, NCAA football and basketball and the NBA. That's not going to change in the United States. You want stability? Go where the fans are. Imagine what Hockey Day In Canada would look like with 8 Canadian teams. Kansas City was attempted in the '70's and failed after two seasons. In addition, tell me how the profile of the NHL is helped by sticking the Penguins, a team literally bursting with high profile young players, in the middle of Missouri.
  • Because like everything these days, it's all about money. What will infuse more money into the NHL -- a team in an untapped Canadian market team or a team in an untapped US market? Actually, I bet the NHL would rather have a team in Seattle. Take a look at the market sizes -- Seattle is the largest one (other than Houston) without a team: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_television_stations_in_North_America_by_media_market I go back to the old Patrick Division days. Moving the Pens will mess up the current divisional alignment. Will the Washington Caps move back into a division with the Flyers, Devils, Rangers, etc?
  • Scott J you should get your facts straight before you start ranting on here! First and foremost where was the NHL started? And who's riding who's coat tails? The NHL was started in Canada by Canadians, and how many American teams were there in 1917????? That's right NONE! The first American team didn't come until the 1924 Bruins. We did start our own professional hockey league, and you should be thankful we share it with you! So before you start preaching about having original ideas, your should get your facts straight and know what your talking about. Because your ideas about hockey history however original are completely incorrect! To answer the original question, I support the Penguins staying in Pittsburgh, unfortunately it doesn't look like Pittsburgh supports the Penguins. And I agree moving them to another US city that does not wish to support a team doesn't make sense. Remember, KC already had a team they weren't willing to support.
  • Because Pittsburgh can affored a hockey team and havent been able to in a while im from buffalo and i agree that souther citys shouldnt have hockey teams considering you cant buy tickets for a Sabres game but when TX had the cup the couldnt sell out the finals
  • I don't know why either. Kansas City will only back two teams the Chiefs and the Royals. We had a pro basketball team at one time and hardly anyone went to the games. A new arena does not assure that fans will come out to see hockey. Good luck to you.
  • Don't worry, the Pens are staying in Pittsburgh so it does not matter. Plan "b" according to Mario shows that the PA gov't "stepped up" to quote him. Looks like they producted a deal for an arena that is similar to the Isle of Capri deal that would have built a free arena for the team in Pittsburgh.
  • KC doesn't deserve one. Bring the Penguins to Canada. Either to Winnipeg or Quebec City where it belongs. I wouldn't mind a team in the Maritimes either. They're the ones that deserve a team.
  • because the nhl is trying to get bigger not go up north and get forgoten about, the us has more money and doesnt care about hockey and the nhl is trying to change that
  • There's Chapell's on Armour Road as well as Tomfooleries in Zona Rosa....Chapell's has been a Kansas City institution for years while Tomfooleries is where people go to pretend they have money when they really dont...lol
  • The 810 zone has an area with a wall coated in TVs. The atmosphere is really fun, and the food and drinks are decent. I highly recommend it.
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  • I moved to Kansas City in Dec. last year and I .loved it. However, if you need any type of help financially the organizations there will NOT help you. They told me they didn't care if my electric was shut off or I was starving, they couldn't help me. It is an absolutely beautiful city but it's big..Crime is major there. Within 2 months my car was broken in to. traffic is major especially in the loop. The people that I met there have the attitude that "we mind out own business"..Murders take place broad daylight and nobody sees anything. As far as things to do..they have comedy clubs, dance clubs, etc. They have some beautiful old houses that you can tour. Sorry for the negative about it but after 2 months I had to come back to AR because I was losing my shirt. There are a lot of places to volunteer (though some I wouldn't advice). Probably hasn't been a lot of help but I just don't want to start a job and then get in the mess I was in of not having money to stay or having vandalism or something like I did..If you do go WATCH YOUR BACK.
  • Home of the Kansas City Royals Some of the Best BBQ in the World-Well maybe Worlds Of Fun Kemper Arena Lots of Shopping Cabals if you like Outdoors stuff Rather Large Mexican Community Crown Center and Union Station Are interesting Country Club Plaza - Interesting Shopping Home of Hallmark Cards Casino Gambling - Several Couple of Downtown Strip Clubs Nice Trail Along The Missouri River for Recreation Bass Pro Shop Coming Soon Home of the American Royal Driving Distance of Lake Of The Ozarks - Beach lines As long as the State Of California I know I've missed some things as I actually live in Mid Missouri even further out in the sticks
  • I don't live in KC, but a couple hours away in a smaller city in Kansas and I visit from time to time. Depending on your age, there are different things to do. There is a pretty decent theme park (I would compare it to Six Flags) called Worlds of Fun. In the summer Oceans of Fun, a water park is also opened. For bars, the Westport district is pretty concentrated with clubs, pubs and bars. There are several historical museums there, such as the ***** Leagues Baseball Museum, if you are interested in that stuff. There is also The Plaza, which is the city's upscale shopping and entertainment district. I think that's where there are a lot of fountains in the city (it is known as the "City of Fountains" as well as the sister city of Sevilla, Spain). The city is home to the Kansas City Royals professional baseball team, the Kansas City Chiefs professional football team, as well as many other semi-professional teams and college teams. There are many other entertaininment and dining options in the city, but I could not give you many specifics other than the fact that I go to a lot of concerts in the city. Other than that, some of the surrounding Kansas suburbs have the usual suburban stuff. My favorite mall out there is the Oak Park...I think it is in Olathe, one of the fastest-growing cities in the country (also located in one of the richest counties in the country, Johnson county). I think it is pretty much an average city with average city "things" -- there is entertainment and even a ghetto area -- but definitely with a Midwest charm. The one difference I have found is that Kansas City people are, in general, a lot nicer than people you may meet in other larger cities, especially coastal cities I have visited. Also, in general, the city is pretty clean and I almost always feel safe there.
  • TONS of things to do in KC, depending upon your interests. It is a great place to live. Lots of live entertainment, of all varieties, every type of restaraunt, museums, dance clubs, festivals, cultural activities.... You will like it here!
  • It's in the center of everything. Go visit and I think you will like it. Don't know what you interests are but KC is very diversified.
  • Kansas City has been trying to get a hockey team for some time, so every time a city is having financial problems, a rumour starts up that they're moving there (remember that the Pens were rumoured to be moving there a few years ago before their fans suddenly started showing up again to give all the Crosby love and in the midst of the Balsille/Hamilton drama with the Preds there were also rumours that someone else wanted to move the team to Kansas City). There's almost never any basis for these rumours and I really think they've been started each time by the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. The Isles will move off Long Island and into NYC proper before they move to Kansas City. ____________________________ Also, see everything Leafsfan said. He's absolutely on the money, with one addendum: "Fact: The NHL has stated, for the record, that they view franchise relocation as a last-case option, after every possible option to keep the franchise in the existing city has been exercised." This is only true for teams that aren't in Canada. The NHL can't seem to take our teams away fast enough :)
  • Man I hope not. I love the Islanders. The NHL would not be the same without them. Sure they suck right now, but any team that has had a Dynasty has earned their place in the league. Come on Islander fans, buy some tickets to your crappy team, that's what real fans do, support their team even when they suck, nay, ESPECIALLY when they suck, so that they can survive to see better days again. Yes, Charles Wang is absolutely insane and needs to get his head out of his ***, and more importantly out of his teams affairs, you're the owner not the GM, stay out of the hockey operations, that's why owners hire GM's: that's what they are freaking for!!! If you want to interfere with the team because you don't trust your GM or whatever, then fire him, hire a guy you trust implicitly and have faith in, then back off and let him do his job. Having said that, I don't think there is any question about the man's desire to keep the team in Long Island, and he actually deserves some praise for his steadfastness and dedication to the city, he's lost over $100 million by now, it's time for Islanders fans to show their dedication too. I'd rather they move Atlanta, Phoenix, Florida, or some other struggling hockey market. Nashville would already be gone if Bettman would have allowed another Canadian team, but "no", he insists on cramming it down the throats of cities who just aren't interested rather than take it somewhere where hockey is already cherished and wanted.
  • Like most rumours, you have a small nugget of truth wrapped around gobs of crap. So let's try to be reasonable here. Fact: The Islanders are losing tons of money, and play in the oldest building in the league. Attendance is among the worst in the league. Fact: The Islanders owner has said that the Lighthouse development project is vital to the franchise remaining viable. The county (Nassau) has not, in the eyes of the owner, been as supportive to this project as the owner would like. Fact: The NHL commissioner has made comments alluding to the fact that the team is in need of a new arena. Fact: Kansas City has a new arena (Sprint Centre) that has all the modern bells and whistles, and is in dire need of a tenant (i.e. basketball team, hockey team, etc.) Fact: The NHL has stated, for the record, that they view franchise relocation as a last-case option, after every possible option to keep the franchise in the existing city has been exercised. None of this indicates that a move is somehow imminent. There are numerous protocols and processes that the league has in place for something like this. What this means is that the Islanders are in trouble, and that if this Lighthouse project is shuttered, then Charles Wang has some tough decisions to make.
  • Someone is going to move to Kansas City, but I doubt that it'll be the Islanders. Other answers to this question have correctly pointed out the Islanders' problems. The one thing that I haven't seen yet is any mention of Gary Bettman's dedication to "large" markets. He's been putting expansion teams in non-hockey cities because they have big populations, and therefore larger "market sizes". He won't take a team out of New York because it's too big a market. He'll be more likely to push a team in a smaller non-hockey area like Nashville or Phoenix into Kansas City.
  • Leafsfan: According to Forbes, the Islanders lost money last year. According to the documents the Islanders submitted to the NHL last year, they made money (and the year before). These are the documents used by the NHL and NHLPA, and the neutral third party lawyers and accountants to determine the salary cap. The Islanders are projected to make $37MM this year. The Islanders make more money on their TV deal, than all 6 Canadian teams combined (as do the Rangers). The Islanders only need to draw 6,000 fans a game to br profitable (again, only the Rangers, Toronto, and Montreal have more corporate sponsorship).
  • The only thing moving to Kansas City are the rumors.
  • Yeah, Islanders are not moving till it rather is to Brooklyn (Barclay's middle) or Queens (close to Citi field) yet while they did flow to KC "Islanders" does no longer stick to... in line with risk the Kansas city Hail??? Ya comprehend, astounding earlier the tornado hits. hi it rather is ice a minimum of!
  • Very likely. The COliseum is in tatters and neither Nassau County nor Charles Wang has cash to put up a new barn. They are 4th in local area, any way you look at it (NJD; NYR; Flyers; Isles)
  • It's still up in the air, but I'm pretty sure they will be staying. There was an issue with there sponsorship, not building a new arena. I think if they get one they stay otherwise they move.
  • what is going on with sports! first you demolish the shea stadium second you possibly take away the islander franchise from long island, i really hope that's not gonna happen..
  • Amidst all the talk of moving the Coyotes to Winnipeg there has also been much more discreet talk of moving the Islanders to Kansas City. As I understand, it could be set in motion as soon as next year if the Islanders don't get a new arena approved. Politics aside, how much are KC residents after a team? You guys already have a very new arena, and I know that Blues games get broadcast on FSKC, so how much would the city welcome a team? P.S. Only KC fans please. I don't want any angry Islander's fans or a bunch of people using the Ill-fated Scouts as testament to the viability of a franchise. I'm after their opinions, not yours.
  • I'm not a KC or NYI fan, but I can stay on point. I think the best thing I can say is that if the Sprint Center was approved by City Council and funded by some who feel that money can be made on a venture that could accomodate a hockey team, then it suggests that a good portion of the population is behind the idea of getting a new hockey team. Personally, I'd prefer that any new team comes WITHOUT the price being footed by fans who have supported an existing team. I remember the Scouts. They were established the year I started following hockey and did not like seeing them move. The good thing is that they have gone on to become a team that I highly respect. In some way, if the Islanders do move to KC, it could be seen as sweet irony. But I really doubt that the Islanders will move from the NY metropolitan area. There's too much exposure and revenue to be had in The Big Apple (well, Long Island actually) to bolt for a market the size of KC. I don't see how such a move can be justified. I do believe that KC is a viable hockey market but the NHL is behind keeping teams where they are. However, if there is nothing they can do to stop one from moving, I think it could be the Oilers, Senators, or Thrashers that'll be calling KC home.
  • Here's ur angry Islander fan. Face it KC sucks. The Royals don't even care about winning games. All they do is spend as little money as possible and make up their losses on the Yankees revenue sharing. Chiefs are just as much of a joke. Just because their is a brand new arena doesn't mean people will show up. People in KC don't care about hockey and if they do most if not all of them are already St. Louis fans and if u haven't seen recently St. Louis gets pretty good attendance and TV. There are way to many better options for the Isles moving the KC. Outside of Nassau county there is Queens right next to Citi Field, Suffolk County, Brooklyn and the Barclays center where the Nets will be playing, along with Canadian Cities like Quebec City, Winnipeg, and Hartford. The Iron clad lease that the Isles have with the County isn't set to expire till 2015 so good luck having the Isles move next year. Because if they do the owner Wang will go to jail.
  • They had a team (which someone already mentioned), the Kansas City Scouts. They failed. And to the person who said "Hartford" was a Canadian city,,,dude,,,get a map. It's in Connecticut.
  • KC had a NHL team which failed. They have had at least 3 minor league teams which all failed. Its just not a good hockey market.
  • Do people in KC know what hockey is would be the better question to be asked...
  • Personally I believe Quebec would be a much better location for such a move.
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