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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Brennan View Post
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    This is dirty,realllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllly dirty.

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    This is even worse.I take it you were a Sox fan when you were here? Ya, I was glad when the Sox won because they are a Chicago team but my Heart is still on the North side.

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    KJ---Oh yeah, the whole family are Sox fans, we were West Siders from south of Madison---Lawndale and Garfield Park. When my Dad was a kid in Lawndale the precint captain would take groups of kids to the Sox games and tell them to remind their parents who was doing them a favor. My Dad says that in those days (1930s) you could smell the stockyards at Comiskey.

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    I remember as well those same stories as my father used to tell them.My whole family likes the sox and I guess you can call me the black sheep of this family.

    In my neighborhood it was the holy rollers that use to take us to sox park for free.It was an amazing time in this city for me.

    I used to live as a young adult right at 35th and halsted and White Sox park is just a mile down the road but I had to travel to the north side to go to a ball game.

    I just never got used to the American League, I guess!

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    35th and Halsted?! Man, you were a black sheep liking the Cubs around there.

    I used to go to Jackie Sheehan's tavern at 35th and Halsted after Boilermaker union meetings. Ever get the breaded steak sandwich at La Milanese? Butt steak and home made hash browns at Schaller's Pump?

    I got pulled over by an Irish copper one night pulling out of Schaller's, when he saw I lived at 4900 N Sheridan he said "What's an Irish guy like you doing living up there?" But he still gave me a pass.

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    The steak sandwich was the shit. I still get one every week or so. Rico bene's also has a great steak sandwich as well. La Milanese is only 3 blocks from my current address.

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