Monthly Archives: September 2007

Chicago Sports Roundup

Seeing as how I no longer have the time to do lots of in depth posting, I will try to give you a thumbnail sketch of my thought on the teams in this town.

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Finally, something enjoyable about this baseball season.

These are lean times for baseball in Chicago. Sure, there are people who think the Cubs are in it still…clinging to the moronic idea that this team can be the Cardinals of last season and win the World Series if … Continue reading

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Bears Week One Postmortem

Chargers – 14 Bears – 3 Bears 0-1 (season) 0-1 (road) What a let down. Watching this game was like getting repeatedly punched in the stomach by a very wimpy person for 3 hours. At first it was no big … Continue reading

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Recipe Collection: Roasted Italian Sausage & Veggies

This one is about as simple and versatile as it gets. Our demonstration calls for: 1-1 1/2 lb of Italian Sausage (we like hot, you can use mild if you are a spicy food wuss) 2 Green Bell Peppers (red, … Continue reading

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ATTN: Extremely high paid athletes on a certain floundering baseball team

Yesterday there was a starting pitcher in the Majors who could not get out of the 5th inning. That is nothing unusual. Happens all the time. The main difference is that this particular pitcher, who shall remain nameless as to … Continue reading

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Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA

So on Friday I discovered a wonderful little place called Binny’s Beverage Depot. I have long known of it’s existence, but never paid it a visit before, out of fear that I would not be able to leave without having … Continue reading

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The Return of the Human Rain Delay

For those of you who have (rightly so) stopped paying attention to the Cubs, GM Jim Hendry went out and made a BIG move yesterday, in trading P Rocky Cherry and IF Scott Moore to the Baltimore Orioles for former … Continue reading

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