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The [Tuesday] Papers

Deborah Quazzo, you are This Week's Worst Person in Chicago.

And not even because of your misdeeds per se, but because your misdeeds are stressing me out. I'm trying to take at least a little bit of a break this week.

Can't we all agree on a true? Like Christmas 1914?

Speaking of which . . .

Russell Brand nails it again. Happy holidays!

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Did it even really happen? Not really.

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Happy New Year!
Other people I wish would shut up this week: Robbie Gould, John Kass, Rahm's re-election campaign, Robert Blagojevich, Stephanie Neely's pension, and the utter unusability of the latest iteration of the new Sun-Times website. I will get to you all soon enough.

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Porn, Chicken & Bitcoins
In The College Football Report Bowl Preview Pt. 2.

Even if you don't care about college football bowl games, this is a fun read.

Scared Of Santa
Terror in Toyland.

Brought to us by two former Tribune editors.

The Santa Odds
If you care to make Christmas interesting.

I, for one, do.

A Classic Chicago Television Christmas
Roll tape.

Safe for work.

The Weekend In Chicago Rock
Featuring: Scott Lucas and the Married Men, Born of Osiris, Davy Knowles, The Expo76 Holiday Dance Party with Robert Cornelius, Los Lobos, Battleships, Abrade, and Pizza Hi-Five.

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BeachBook
* NLRB Rules McDonald's Actually Is Responsible For Mistreating Workers.

* Blue Lives Matter.

* Marshawn Lynch's Non-Answers To Stupid Questions Have Reporters Furious.

* Can One Person Run Long Freight Trains Alone? Railroad Execs Say Yes.

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The Beachwood Tip Line: Breaking bad.



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Posted on December 23, 2014


MUSIC - The Week In Chicago Rock.
TV - Trump's Disastrous FCC Chair.
POLITICS - Filing: Walmart CEO Made $22.4 Million Last Year.
SPORTS - Canada Cuts Youth Hockey Injuries In Half.

BOOKS - America, We Need To Talk.

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