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When Chicago attacks L.A. with lame cliches, this Dodgers fan fights back

The Chicago Tribune, plumbing the depths of its Midwestern wisdom, has seen fit to publish a column denigrating Los Angeles. Who is in charge of that operation? Oh, wait a minute. I guess the L.A. Times has the same owners. Anyway, the column in question, published on the eve of the National League...
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