MK Ultra Volunteers To Be Capo

Kansas City, KS - Jim "WALDO" Lauderdale, a Sporting Kansas City MK Ultra, reportedly volunteered to be a capo so that he could experiment on his control the crowd and their experiences.

 "I BELIEVE     ........well, I really don't....."     *CAPO RAISES HANDS*     "OHHHHHH SHIT! I BELIEVE!"

"I BELIEVE

 

........well, I really don't....."

 

*CAPO RAISES HANDS*

 

"OHHHHHH SHIT! I BELIEVE!"

"I'm testing a theory that doses of beer will allow me to impose my will on them and get them to sing whatever I want," stated Lauderdale to The Nutmeg News. "I believe that I can control the crowd. I believe that I can swing them to do what I want. This will be my testing ground."

Declassified information from Lauderdale's blog www.blogspot.tumblr.excite.prodigy.crossfitaddictfroyo4lyfe.com indicate that he would utilize numerous methods to manipulate the crowd's mental state in order to get them to sing louder.

"I plan on staring angrily DIRECTLY into their eyes," detailed Lauderdale in his blog post on 3/18/2018 titled Crowd Manipulation and the Deep, Deep State. "I then plan on using my arms.... and my hands if necessary. I plan on really vigorously using my hands. If hands aren't eliciting the correct amount of passion I plan on engaging my fingers, as well. If my arms fail then I'll use my head or pelvis to control their minds. There's many options that I can utilize to enforce group mind control methodology."

According to supporters who stand in the Cauldron, Lauderdale was repeatedly seen over the last few matches of 2017 scribbling in a notepad and furtively looking around wearing sunglasses regardless of the game time.

"He's a weird guy," stated SKC fan Darren Coleman. "but if he is a Capo I'll follow his.......SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST.SHOTSSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHOTSHTHSOTHSOTHOSTHOST........ok, wait... I blacked out, what was I saying?"

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Lauderdale exerts his willpower over the crowd.