Oh yeah, the guy on the right, that's Larry Johnson, Chief's star running back and multi-millionaire.
Having said that, what is not acceptable is Rev. Kenneth Ray's response to the dress code. After a meeting between local minority leaders and a representative from the Cordish Company, he had this to say:
"One thing we can do, or they can do, is to get some black businesses down there," Reverend Kenneth Ray said. "We might feel more comfortable when you talk about dress codes because you'll have some black businesses there."
Thankfully, we aren't the only ones who noticed local minority leaders are apparently willing to overlook racism as long as they profit from it. Tonyskansascity has posted this.
Of course this strategy offends me not because it's an obvious shakedown tactic but because LOCAL BLOGGERS WON'T BE GETTING PART OF THE HUSH ONEY!!!
Just in case Tony has actually gotten Cordish's attention, we'd like to point out that they can make checks payable to James and remit them to:
Care of the Kansas Citian
123 My St.
Kansas City, MO 64118.