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Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Politics, Religion, etc.
« Last post by Sportster on Today at 12:38:56 pm »
It is exactly, to a T, the way the Dems operate. They can't win straight up so they resort to slander and false accusations and the media is their lapdog. Just look at the SC fights to get the justices on the court.
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Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Politics, Religion, etc.
« Last post by davebear on Today at 12:21:44 pm »
He, himself, admitted that he held both a gun and razor to his wifeís head and throat respectively.  That this happened is a fact.  Why wouldnít you believe all the other stuff that has come out about his past?

I donít know anything more about his past than you do nor what if any changes he has made in his life.

But Iím not naÔve to believe dirt that suddenly comes out just before the election.
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Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Politics, Religion, etc.
« Last post by Jack Birdbath on Today at 12:00:01 pm »
Arenít campaign stories fun.

He, himself, admitted that he held both a gun and razor to his wifeís head and throat respectively.  That this happened is a fact.  Why wouldnít you believe all the other stuff that has come out about his past?
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Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Cubs in '22
« Last post by craig on Today at 11:34:53 am »
Good notes, Blue.  I have no idea how the Cubs view or scout Senga.  *IF* they hypothetically envision him being a Stroman-caliber #2-ish guy, I'd be very happy to add a #2 with lots of of club control ahead.  Senga plus Smyly for rotation, I'd be happy with that.  *IF* you added a big-ticket SS who can hit and field too, that would be really fun. 
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Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Today's Game 2022
« Last post by dallasbear on Today at 11:10:15 am »

I have no idea why Patrick was starting at RG to begin with.  And #55 shouldn't be starting at LDE either.  And Quinn is looking like the 2020 version.

Wshful

No one here is a fan of Mustipher.  He's a backup...that's it.
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Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Politics, Religion, etc.
« Last post by davebear on Today at 10:31:01 am »
Arenít campaign stories fun.
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Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Politics, Religion, etc.
« Last post by otto105 on Today at 10:14:57 am »
Slow day at the warehouse.



Sure sure, Cosplaychristians


Walker just beats , threatens to kill his one family that he recognizes, dismisses all the other kids and now has paid for an abortion despite claiming that he is for a total ban no exceptions.

Yup, a good christian manchild.
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Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Cubs in '22
« Last post by CUBluejays on Today at 10:07:14 am »
DeGrom is amazing and has some serious injury concerns.  The signing team is going to have to be ok with maybe getting a half season from him.  Throw in the fact that he's going to be really expensive and want to be with a contender, that doesn't seem like a Hoyer move. 

Verlander might be the better option, but you would have to convince him that the Cubs are serious about being a World Series team most likely. 


Senga seems like the most likely Hoyer target on the pitching side. 

The off season is certainly going to be interesting.
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Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Cubs in '22
« Last post by JeffH on Today at 09:25:13 am »
Only one year left.  He'll be a free agent after the 2023 season.
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Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Cubs in '22
« Last post by Deeg on Today at 08:50:30 am »
I think Dave was talking about trading for Rafael Devers.

Obviously he was, but even as much of a butcher as Devers is defensively I imagine the cost there would be pretty steep.  Nonetheless he is the sort of guy I was referring to - two years left on his contract, and the Red Sox may be looking to shake things up a bit.  I imagine the Cubs would prefer somebody older and making more money so the cost in prospects would be less, but that guy might be hard to find.
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