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I think Mark Twain once said 95 percent of Cubs fans are intelligent, rational people, and the other 5 percent write Cubs blogs.
Most of the bloggers hate me, but it’s hilarious to me and I enjoy it. They think they can do this job, but they can’t or they would.
Most of the other blogs blatantly copy and paste information/quotes provided by me and the other beat writers and then rewrite it with their own opinions.
You frequently re-tweet Kim DeJesus. On trade deadline day, she tweeted images of herself drinking champagne out of the bottle, presumably to celebrate her husband, centerfielder David DeJesus, not being traded. What’s your take on her?
I need to lose weight, start working out, get in the batting cage, do something, anything to get me a MLB roster spot.
Shouldn't a beat writer be happy that blogs are using quotes he provides?
As long as these bloggers are attributing it, I don't see what the problem is.
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