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Windy City Walleye Hunter

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FOR SALE: One O Cedar whisk broom. Almost new. Used only once on Saturday at Wiggly Field. $10 OBO Call anytime 1-800-DBSWEEP

FOR SALE: 24 Commemorative Chicago Cubs Major League Bats used in the NLDS Series. Like new, most of them have not even been used. $1 each or a Gino's East Large Sausage Pizza for entire collection. Call 1-800-CUB-O-FERS

FOR SALE: Exclusive excuses used by Lou Pinella why the Cubs Got Swept from the Playoffs. Willing to take any offer, they are old and used often. Looking to get rid of them. Any Offer Considered. 1-800-WAITILNEXTYEAR

FOR SALE: Very Rare 100 Year Old Watch. Bought during the last Cubs Championship Season. Still Ticking. Tick Tick Tick

Priceless but will take any serious offer. Need to raise cash fast to pay off $300 Million debt incurred last year.

Call anytime, ask for Jim Hendry. 1-800-BLOATED

LMAO

Windy

Please note: These are not actually offers they are meant as a joke......KIND OF LIKE THE CUBS TEAM!!!

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Windy, Windy, Windy...how do you yell so loudly from so far back in the AL Central?

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He either thinks I'm hard of hearing or blind.

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