Posted onDecember 18, 2012|Comments Off on Guess what Al Capone’s brother did for work
Al Capone may be known for dealing in illegal booze and organized crime, but his brother Vincent Capone was a cop in Homer, Nebraska. Apparently he was a really good at his job too. His backstory is pretty interesting if you have some time.Read more here.
Books about Al Capone and his family can be found here.
A new Prince song titled “RnR Affair” (“Rock & Roll Love Affair” ) is a throw-back poppy track that is reminiscent of the old stuff we loved from our beloved Minnesota music export. Listen to it below.
Prince is also rumored to be dating his new young protégéAndy Allo. Allo’s new album was executive produced by Prince and features three songs he co-wrote.
The food police are out in full effect doing everything they can to shove their agenda down our throats. Thelatest exampleof this comes from the city I grew up in – Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Public Schools have removed chocolate milk from the lunchroom menu saying that it is making our children fat. Desserts have been off the menu since 2006. The chocolate milk kids drink at school may very well be the only calcium they get. Think about it.
It doesn’t stop here though. Some schools in Chicago think they know what diet is best for your child and havebanned bag lunches from home.
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Theattack on McDonald’s continues too. The watchdog group called Corporate Accountability International argue that the iconic Ronald McDonald is to fast food and obesity what Joe Camel was to cigarettes and smoking-related health issues. The food police want him banned. McDonald’s is doing a half-hearted job defending him though. You won’t find him on their website or featured in any ads.