I’m Canadian and not even an Official Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LIV Champs Shirt football fan and still knew it was Missouri. It’s any wonder this jackass runs around with a Sharpie, he doesn’t even know the geography of the nation he pretends to lead. The funniest thing is I believe CBS did a whole segment about how there are two Kansas Cities and it’s the Missouri one that hosts the Chiefs. Solidifies my initial comment then. Apologies for my ignorance I only know about what I actually listened to during the segment which was in all honesty absolutely annoying as fuck as two anchors essentially had a city battle between KC and San Fran while I was seeing if there was any new impeachment news from overnight.
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Kansas City, KS, despite being less than half a city on the Official Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LIV Champs Shirt Kansas side of the river, is still the third-largest metropolitan area in the whole state. Kansas is such an awful state that Kansas City is in Missouri. It’s not. It’s two different cities with different governments, but they share the same name. Locally they’re called KCK and KCMO. It was before Kansas territory was a state. Now it’s a separate city with separate laws and tax rates and all that Jazz. In fact, if you live in KCK and you work in KCMO, you have to pay an extra income tax to KCMO and stuff too. There a rivalry between the two cities.
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As the other guy said, it’s technically one metropolitan area but because it crosses state lines, it must have two separate cities with two completely different governments. Now, the Official Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LIV Champs Shirt two governments do (at least now) cooperate with one another, but they didn’t always historically. There was a lot of business poaching going on, too, up until just a couple years ago. The name of the street that goes between the two cities (and thus state) is literally called “State Line Road”. So if you look on one side, you see Missouri and on the other side, you see Kansas. Next thing you know he shows a map of Kansas that has Kansas City.