Even In Hoosierville

28 12 2012


You’d think that this would be the every once in awhile white violent crime in the City of St. Louis, considering where it took place — Probably the last real widespread Hoosier installation in the City.

Wrong.  Usual suspects.

If this chain of quickie marts called “Circle K” wants to prevent this kind of thing, it should start an underground rumor that “Circle K” is a secret subliminal message relating to or endorsing or regarding the Ku Klux Klan.  Then the usual suspects will avoid you like the plague.  Remember the similar rumor that surrounded the Snapple beverage circa 1993?  Really, in that case, the circle around the “K” meant “Kosher,” but I bet that rumor was started only because at the time, Snapple was a Rush Limbaugh advertiser, and smart aleck libs were up to no good.




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29 12 2012

Watching ME TV this morning and see this episode of The Lone Ranger:

Legion of Old Timers, 1949
Bob Kittredge (DeForrest Kelly) recruits the help of The Lone Ranger & Tonto in saving the Circle K Ranch from the clutches of a well known criminal, Red Devers.

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