Wrigley to have $3 Beer Nights; will Inspire more Fans like this (Video)

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The unintentional comedy in this vid is off the charts. Who knew
Meredith from "The Office" (American version) was real? If you ever
needed more material for hating Cubs
fans, or if you're unfamiliar with the widely negative stereotypes
against Cub fans, here's the whole summation of the lowest elements of
Cub nation in just under 4 minutes.

It's fitting that this video makes the rounds on the exact same day the Cubs send out a media release containing this piece of news:

During all Tuesday home games, starting May 10 vs. the St. Louis Cardinals,
fans 21 years of age and older can purchase Bud Light or Budweiser
products at specific concession stands in the Bud Light Bleachers for

There's going to be a lot more creatures like this roaming around Wrigleyville on Tuesday night.

She should hook up with her Sox counterpart (Video) in link.

This video after the jump

Opening Day: The Cubs biggest fan from WBEZ on Vimeo.

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  • i think this may be a joke, put on by the onion by the way

  • Yeah, it's a joke. A prank. Whatever. Not genuine, yet quite funny and sadly not far from the truth.

  • right. it seems pretty real, until the end when the dialogue gives it away that it's staged

  • On June 4, 1974, there was a 10 cent beer night in Cleveland for an Indians game. No life was safe.

  • In reply to gwill:

    yes, that was a riot...and just a giant clusterf#$%

    I've read all about it.

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