Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Dancing in the Streets...

... literally

Nothing figuratively about it,  Jake was snapped filming in the financial district in Lower Manhattan dancing in the streets.

Looking a little Footloose in some of those pics.  But Jake's  been footloose and fancy free before.


Florida Tom said...

KC vs SF ?????

Could be war.

Let's go Orioles !!!!!

prairiegirl said...

ROYALS!!!!!! Go KC!!!!

Methodical Muser said...

KC vs SF ?????

Wouldn't that be a great World Series, Tom? PG and I could grapple for bragging rights. ;-)

Methodical Muser said...

KC who?

prairiegirl said...

"grapple" lol

Johnson Countians do not "grapple". We battle!!!


prairiegirl said...

Hey, hey, hey!!!!! Check it out!! Special, did you know this? I'm doing a Kevin McAllister dance !!!!
Look, look!!!!!

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that said prohibitions on same-sex marriage violated the U.S. Constitution.

Two days later, a Johnson County judge directed the district court clerk to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples without fear of being prosecuted under Kansas law. His ruling outraged some and delighted others.

“It feels like we are part of history,” said Angela Schaefer, who rushed to the Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe on Wednesday afternoon with her partner, Jennifer Schaefer, to get a marriage license application. “That is a really cool feeling.”

Chief District Judge Kevin Moriarty of Johnson County wrote in his Wednesday afternoon order that “administration of justice should be free of any ambiguity or inconsistency in the administration of justice, including the issuance of marriage licenses.”

Because Kansas does not have a residency requirement for marriage licenses, that means same-sex couples from outside Johnson County can get a license there to marry, said Tom Witt, the executive director of the Kansas Equality Coalition.

The ruling makes Johnson County the first place in the Kansas City area where same-sex couples can legally wed. Before Moriarty’s ruling, the closest place was Iowa.

Things are getting up to date in Kansas!!!

Special K said...

Wow PG!! Great to hear about Johnson County.

You know it is the most "cosmopolitan" of all those Kansas counties.

Methodical Muser said...

Okay, time for a temporary truce. Before we roll our sleeves up and do some colorful trash talking, I think we better win our respective League Championships first. Then all pretense of civility is going to be tossed out the window, Ms. PG!

prairiegirl said...

lol. Yeah, first things first, true. I hope the Royals do well. Grocery store was crowded tonight for some crazy reason!!

Methodical Muser said...

I hope KC wins too, PG.

For now, I want to see my Timmy boy on the mound again. *sniff*