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Old 04-16-2002, 02:45 PM
doctor30th doctor30th is offline
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Default Cubs fan Morons.

A idiotic Cub fan called into the Dave Whills post game show yesterday.

Apparently during the game, a fan through a ball back and the announcers said don't be like the cubs. Which I Whole heartedly agree with, give it to a kid if you don't want it. Don't throw it back.

However this cubs fan called in and said we were all wanna-be cubs fans. And that we all wished we could route for a team like that.

After he hung up whills gave some half-hearted thanks and some jabbs at him.

The thing is you know this is some yuppie college kid who routes for him, who knows nothing about baseball. The type of cubs fan that give the good hard working real cubs fans a bad name. You know, The one that uses his mom and dads money to buy tickets for the season so that a hard working person can't even buy 4 tickets for him and his kids.

When I think about it, I really feel sorry for the real cubs fans. Not only do they have to put up with a team that is subpar, but then they have to put up with psuedo-fans like this loser.
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