Thursday, January 30, 2020

Kansas City Public Radio Celebrates Old School Super Bowl Ethnic Stereotypes

Local mafia history is a favorite pastime for local middle-class old school white dudes have watched too many movies . . . Here's one example apropos for #TBT and penned by clueless local newsies sharing police history that's mostly informed by outdated dox . . . Read more:

A Mob Primer To Better Enjoy KCUR's Story On The Chiefs' Super Bowl Ties To The Mafia

After reading the KCUR story on how local betting on the 1970 Super Bowl marked the beginning of the end for the local mob family, you might have some general Mafia questions. Here's some help. There seems to be a lot of different names for organized crime. That's true.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ban Football!

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer.

Anonymous said...

Only faggot millenials say that. Get fucked, you queer. Maybe get a job at taco bell so you can start paying your own cellphone bill instead of trolling?

Anonymous said...

My money is on Two Tone Mahomes.

Anonymous said...

Nick Civella had a lot of entrepreneurial fervor.

Anonymous said...

Meh.

KCUR's about as relevant today as the Civella family.