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The continuing problem no one talks about anymore. Plus: I Predicted The World Cup's Final Four; Mr. Cowley; The Blackhawks Signed Some Free Agents; White Sox Waiting Game Sucks; Land Of Boz; and Cubs Factors.
* Benny's Bucktown Beachwood Bureau.
2:07: The Continuing Problem Of Local TV News That No One Talks About Anymore.
* Local TV news is hurting America.
* Grant proposal: A Day In The Life Of Facts/News/Local TV/Media.
* Who is really stealing content.
19:07: I Predicted The World Cup's Final Four.
* Last week's Show Notes: "Don't sleep on France."
* England's Sterling (not Sylvester).
* I couldn't find the tweet that was as clever as I remembered.
27:28: Mr. Cowley.
It's very possible that Jimmy Butler is planning to leave Minnesota, and it's very possible Butler is not happy being here now, but if Joe Cowley wrote a column stating that "Tomorrow is the Fourth of July" it would be worth checking twice just to see if the date got changed.— Aaron Gleeman (@AaronGleeman) July 3, 2018
I'll shut up about this now, but one last thing: This is truly the mark of an unhinged, uninformed troll throwing shit against the wall. It would be like saying, "LeBron James is bad at basketball." @brittrobson is the best basketball writer in Minnesota. https://t.co/pe4EG02UWC— Aaron Gleeman (@AaronGleeman) July 3, 2018
If anyone believes Joe Cowley is an agenda-free, objective reporter, then they are a lousy judge of character. Ignore the bullshit. Butler, Thibs, Towns, Wiggins are together for the 2018-19 season. Everyone knows the rubber meets the road a year from now. Many Q answered by then— brittrobson (@brittrobson) July 3, 2018
36:28: White Sox Waiting Game Sucks.
38:31: Land Of Boz.
42:56: Cubs Factors.
* "Almora's not sure he's doing anything differently against right-handers beyond just seeing more of them as his playing time has increased."
* "Lester, admittedly, had a bad year in 2017, with his ERA ballooning to 4.33. Physically, he simply could not recover between starts."
* Theo: "The majority of our answers lie within."
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