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    For the good of all mankind, it's vitally important that the Cubs do not win the World Series. Thankfully, the Dodgers are doing their job, so far.
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    You prefer the Sox ?
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    I think it would be cool to see the Cubs finally win. It would certainly be better than the Red Sox again.
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    What about the White Sox ?

    * Does obligatory "Hurray for my city" dance and flag/logo wave. "Whooo" etc. *
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    I'm from St. Louis.

    Cubs lose. One down, two to go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lateralus View Post
    For the good of all mankind, it's vitally important that the Cubs do not win the World Series. Thankfully, the Dodgers are doing their job, so far.
    Seconded! As a Phillies fan living in Los Angeles, I would like the Dodgers to win so that I could potentially attend an NLCS game. (On the same note...go Angels!)
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    I have a fantasy where I go to Wrigley field dressed like Bartman and sit in the left field seats, right along the edge of the field. At a critical point in the game, I reach out and snatch a ball from the grasp of the Cubs left fielder. The crowd boos, then threatens. I tear open my shirt, revealing a Cardinals jersey and I'm torn apart by hundreds of angry Cubs fans.

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    Just because a Cubs victory may very well indicate the coming end of the world doesn't mean that I'm any less excited about thier success this season *knocks on wood*
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    I am going to Game 2 of Phillies-Brewers tonight. I am very pumped. It will be entertaining win or lose, because Brett Myers will either dominate like Hamels did in Game 1. . . or he will have an epic meltdown. I hope for Mrs. Myers' sake, he gets the W.

    Dodgers: keep it up! Phillies-Dodgers is the NLCS I was hoping for.


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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    Just because a Cubs victory may very well indicate the coming end of the world doesn't mean that I'm any less excited about thier success this season *knocks on wood*
    before this I didn't care who won. But if it means the end of the world and then I don't ever have to be a productive member of society...Go Cubs!!
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