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Obituary Blames Kansas City Chiefs Failure As Cause Of Man’s Death

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This obituary appeared in the The Kansas City Star yesterday, the same day the Chiefs fell to 1-9 after losing to the Bengals.

As you can see, the pathetic failure of the Kansas City Chiefs football team led to the death of Loren G. ‘Sam.

Multiple sclerosis coupled with “heartbreaking disappointment caused by the Kansas City football team,” apparently killed this poor old man.

According to kshb.com, Sam’s daughter Diana Hennessey explained that her Dad was a comedian, as well as a Chiefs fan. She went on to say that if she wasn’t laughing, she’d be crying. Apparently every Chiefs fan in the world feels the same way about their football team.

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