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Cubs World Series Champions: One of the Greatest Sports Moments
Posted 26 January 2012 - 07:46 PM
So to all of you I ask this:
What would it mean to you? what would you do? how would you celebrate?
what would it mean to the city? What would you do rub it the uglyass teams face across town?
how much more proud would you be of being a Cub fan?
feel free to add anything else
Posted 26 January 2012 - 11:04 PM
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Posted 28 January 2012 - 11:34 AM
Thanks for proving my point that I have made with many people about actual Cubs fans. Alex Gonzalez bobbling that easy double play ball was far more damaging than the whole Bartman play. I thought that at the time I watched on a crappy 17" inch TV in my college apartment with my brother and continue to think that to this day.*
Every year I make sure I have a week or so of vacation just in case I have to go to Chicago for the World Series. Back in '03 I made sure my professors knew that there was a chance I'd be leaving for Chicago. Then, Gonzalez. But anyways, I'll probably cry and have a stroke. I'm sure the city will be nuts.
*The irony being that Alex Gonzalez being the one player that ever made me question about clutch hitting being an ability given his knack that year for game winning or tying hits.
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