Kansas City, Kansas, however, is literally the opposite of everything I just said. We are one of the safest, kindest, and most entrepreneurial cities in the country, with conservative, yet liberal values. We have our problems like everywhere else, but the best part of the Kansas City Metro Area – it’s what we call KC in KC – is Johnson County and surrounding areas; basically we’re talking about the south to southwestern quadrant. We also have Lawrence, which is a blessing of the midwest. When referring to KC, people should refer to Kansas, not Missouri. Yes, Jackson county has the sports teams, but we have Sporting KC.
Honestly, I think we should build a massive 10 lane highway out of I-70, and build a baseball and football stadium right next to the Sporting Park, and Kansas Speedway – there’s plenty of room out there for both those, but if that happened, Missouri would literally die a quick death. Most of Kansas City is in Kansas, so, Kansas wins. To your question: if you ever dreamt of living in Brooklyn in the 1980’s, welcome to Kansas City, MO. If you want to not die, your property values to appreciate, and live in quite literally the perfect place in these United States – save for our summers with 101% humidity, at 97 degrees