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Plus: Charles Leno's Racist Fiancee; When Domestic Abuse Comes To Work; Are The Cubs The Next Blackhawks?; The Ricketts' Are One Of America's Worst Families; Jim Boilin'; and Rock Bottom: Population Blackhawks.
* Rhodes: Ryan Pace still should've been fired.
* BREAKING: Bears Win NFC North.
* Buddy Fangio.
* Homer Hoge:
Regardless of outcome, giving up two 3s and a 5 to guarantee that you get the guy you have conviction will fill the single most important position in sports is not and never will be a fleecing. This really needs to stop. https://t.co/k6qLD7EGTt— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) December 18, 2018
"To start, trading two third round picks and a fourth round pick to secure what you believe is the solution at the most important position in sports is no-brainer. You do it every time."
* Matt Nagy: Likable Though Not Yet Fully-Formed.
* Jed Bartlett: "You guys got rogered but good."
* Lame and slobbering:
* Mmm, meatballs . . .
* How Coffman Is Like Spock.
* Also, it's cold outside.
45:25: Are The Cubs The Next Blackhawks?
* On Addison:
1:04:34: Jim Boilin'.
1:05:40: Rock Bottom: Population Blackhawks.
1:08:30: NIU: Bad Bowlers.
1:11:49: TrackNotes: Mom.
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