Is the cornbread mafia real?

Is the cornbread mafia real?

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Since: Sep 08

Richmond, KY

#1 Sep 27, 2008
curious
Summer Storm

Clarksville, TN

#2 Sep 27, 2008
Very.
hootie

United States

#3 Sep 27, 2008
Is that a band?

Since: Sep 08

Richmond, KY

#4 Sep 27, 2008
Summer Storm wrote:
Very.
I just don't believe in it but when I bring up everyone is like, "shhhh".
enforcer

Berea, KY

#5 Sep 27, 2008
Yes, very real, and we've been looking for some high quality BS fertilizer of your ilk.

Since: Sep 08

Richmond, KY

#6 Sep 27, 2008
enforcer wrote:
Yes, very real, and we've been looking for some high quality BS fertilizer of your ilk.
you're in the mafia? I didn't think they were permitted to have computers. Wait, maybe they just weren't intelligent enough to operate them. If they are real, I'm pretty sure it could be compared to the boy scouts.
enforcer

Berea, KY

#7 Sep 27, 2008
We got everything we need, boy, and then some...

Since: Sep 08

Richmond, KY

#8 Sep 27, 2008
enforcer wrote:
We got everything we need, boy, and then some...
ohhhh that sounds soooo scary. you called me boy! I'm so afraid of the cornbread mafia that you're cleary not apart of. you're a joke. I laughed when I read your comment
Scaredforyourhea lth

Louisa, KY

#9 Sep 27, 2008
Al,
I don't know if the mafia is real or not. I don't think I'd be saying much negative about them. I know everytime someone mentions cornbread mafia people change the subject. One of my friends won't eat cornbread for that very reason. Seriously dude, don't provoke them. Tard.

Since: Sep 08

Richmond, KY

#10 Sep 27, 2008
Scaredforyourhealth wrote:
Al,
I don't know if the mafia is real or not. I don't think I'd be saying much negative about them. I know everytime someone mentions cornbread mafia people change the subject. One of my friends won't eat cornbread for that very reason. Seriously dude, don't provoke them. Tard.
I cried I laughed so hard. Dirty is a homo! Homard.
Mindy

United States

#11 Sep 27, 2008
The cornbread mafia were pot growers.

Since: Sep 08

Richmond, KY

#12 Sep 27, 2008
do they have like bosses and a "family" like the real mafia?
ummhum

United States

#13 Sep 27, 2008
Ummm okay so the corn bread mafia is real... and one of the main ppl got out and now in marion and around in there cops have road blocks all the time to try and catch him again cause he's wanted... and if you dont recall quite a few ppl were put in prision a few year back for like taking a body and putting it in a wood chiped and stuff like that up in indiana.... well that was main members of the "mafia" i know the ppl personally.
Jims cuz

Manchester, KY

#14 Sep 27, 2008
The cornbread mafia was very real. They were good ole boys from neighboring countIES. But, it was not limited to KY. I was an international ring. They caught several of them and put them in prison. Some they never caught. Some died about the time the rest were going to prison. Yes, there were "families". The main man in each county was called Kingpin, amoung other names. It was similar to the business pyramid thing. One thing EVERYBODY knew is that (like the Godfather), you DO NOT CROSS THEM. Because if you crossed them, a car load would come and beat your head in. And, if that did not take care of your problem, some freak accident could be arranged.
There is a book about the cornbread mafia called,
"The Bluegrass Conspiracy." Actually, it's not bad reading. I kinda liked it.
Jimmy Soupbean

Louisa, KY

#15 Sep 28, 2008
It's been brought to my attention that this discussion is going on. Let me clear some things up really quick. The Cornbread Mafia is very real. I am a member myself. We're bad and were nation wide. Thats why they wrote that song. We have a "family" like those Godfather movies but we call everyone "cousin". We are heavy into organized crime and the po po are in our pockets. Since we're spread out so far we deal in different products. He're in Paintsville I run our Ocycontin ring. In places like Stanford, Jackie The Plow takes care of our Meth opperation. Our foot soldiers are the Amish. Don't ever mess with the Amish or you'll be swimmin' with the Bluegills.

So this is how it is. We keep everything on the down low but we fear nobody. You can trust that this is real beacuse I used my real name. They call me Jimmy Soupbean because I'm the hammer. I fart alot when I'm making someone talk. We're so out in the open, our statewide hammer is Darryl Isaacs. You've seen the commercial for the KY hammer right? He cuts toes off. He causes the accidents then represents the families.

Oh yeah, the main man isn't called the "kingpin" he's called the "fritter". Obiviously the cornfritter is the king of the cornbread family.
Tard.

Don't eff with us.
Another Cuz

Berea, KY

#16 Sep 28, 2008
Jims cuz wrote:
The cornbread mafia was very real. They were good ole boys from neighboring countIES. But, it was not limited to KY. I was an international ring. They caught several of them and put them in prison. Some they never caught. Some died about the time the rest were going to prison. Yes, there were "families". The main man in each county was called Kingpin, amoung other names. It was similar to the business pyramid thing. One thing EVERYBODY knew is that (like the Godfather), you DO NOT CROSS THEM. Because if you crossed them, a car load would come and beat your head in. And, if that did not take care of your problem, some freak accident could be arranged.
There is a book about the cornbread mafia called,
"The Bluegrass Conspiracy." Actually, it's not bad reading. I kinda liked it.
Hey, Cuz. Your points are wise and true. A small point-of-fact correction though: The Bluegrass Conspiracy in no way deals with the CBM. That book deals with the group of Lexington rich-kid gangsters who emerged from the first generation of narcs and COINTELPRO anti-activist thugs in the mid-70s. The old Bill Canan-Drew Thornton gang. A separate crew entirely and one who thought their elite connections would keep then safe forever. Our book will probably never be written as except for Al's foolish jibber-jabber no one is seeking that sort of attention.
problems2008

Lexington, KY

#17 Sep 28, 2008
very good response about the book.one of my descendents was involved in that mess just been recently released from prison.people these days have no sense of loyalty, thats why all the organized groups get locked up forever because people get caught then become informants.grew up in the old days around the old guys,great bunch of fellows.just getting to old to get around these days but still can handle business.
Summer Storm

Clarksville, TN

#18 Sep 28, 2008
The dumped the body in a corn field in IN, on the way to a horse pull. Most of them are out now.

Since: Sep 08

Richmond, KY

#19 Sep 28, 2008
I just can't believe the people are one here like, "yea, I'm in it" shut up. nobody believes you.
anonomous

AOL

#20 Sep 28, 2008
just want to say yes they are real.. very real. make fun all you want. Know a couple of them personally but not on a business level or anything.I wouldnt push this subject very much if i were any one.

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