Alex Spanos sells off NFL Football team to the ThirdAlarm Corporation San Diego AP: The sun set in San Diego this evening with a new owner of the NFL organization. A deal was struck between Alex Spanos and the ThirdAlarm Corp. lead by the notorious HK member for $1.53 Billion dollars last night. The struggling franchise has seen some dark times since owning the AFC West from 04-09 and haven't reached the Super Bowl since 1994. Change was in order after Spanos was unable to land the lucrative Los Angles stadium deal where the Chargers originated in 1959 as a charter member of the AFL before relocation to San Diego in 1961. ThirdAlarm Corp located out of Modesto in Northern California announced that they have hired San Diego native Ron Burgandy as the GM of team operations and day to day affairs. Burgandy a local legend around the community addressed the media this morning, "Ahhh San Diego, a City of rich history. The Avocado Capitol of the World, we have brought so much to Man kind like WD40, Tony Hawk and 70 degree year round weather. Founded by the Germans in 1904 , which in German means Whales Vagina. The Greatest City in the history of mankind." The mastermind behind the Corporation, thirdalarm has preached that change is immediately going to be in place from day 1. "First order of business is to change that ghey San Diego Super Charger song and it will be replaced by Metallica"s Ride the Lightning. The second change is that we are going to un-retire WR Lance Alworth's #19 jersey and light it on fire and send the ashes to the Dallas Cowboys HQ. The Chargers are no longer cursed. A new Stadium will get built here in San Diego. While I cant promise a Championship to a city that has never won a World Series, an NBA Title or a Lombardi Trophy, I can guarantee the fans of this great City cheap beer prices and great weather. You stay Classy San Diego".