Tag: Chicago Bears

Casinos Will Not Tarnish Illinois' Reputation...It Has Been In The Crapper For Years

The City of Big Shoulders also offers athletes with danglers the size of coconuts...and even bigger egos.  Nothing yells  "Illinois-brings-over-paid-screaming-brats-to-the-arrogance-table" more than a temper tantrum thrown courtesy of Big Z.
Governor Quinn has put his “more-than-likely-purchased-at-Payless-Shoe-Store” wing tip down. Yesterday he took to the podium with a four-hundred-page bill (no doubt splattered with grease from whatever free lunch he scored the day before) and a message. The Casino Bill as it stands is not getting his signature. And, of course, ten more minutes of the... Read more »

Chicago Bears Offer Refunds for Everything But The Disappointment

Chicago Bears Offer Refunds for Everything But The Disappointment
How many members of Bears’ upper management does it take to determine a field unplayable? Apparently about twenty. And, of course, one Lovie “that’s a gooood question” Smith. He assessed the damage Friday afternoon while sporting a backpack (what the hell does he carry in that thing??) and a clueless look on his face (sadly, even more oblivious than... Read more »

Snow Kidding: Headlines buried by 2011 Blizzard

...you could always be there...a snowy Chicago in the winter is to be expected~there is no better place in the world.
  Nothing like the snowstorm of the century to bring out the best in local news coverage.  If you have ever had the opportunity to view breaking news in any other market in the country, you will certainly agree Chicago News is heads and shoulders above the rest.  Even the snooze-fest Channel 2 provides will not... Read more »
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2010 Turkey Awards

2010 Turkey Awards
  I’m one of six kids–Thanksgiving was always a big deal in our family and it has always been one of my favorite holidays. We always gathered at my Grandparents’ house.  Thanksgiving was a day to savor the smells of my Grandma’s kitchen.  Holiday dinners always included great debates around the dining room table. Grandma’s dining... Read more »