Porn Stars Are Keeping the Faith in Chicago For The Cubs

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Porn Stars Are Keeping the Faith in Chicago For The Cubs

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During the Cubs-Cardinals series this year, my buddy and Cubs fan Joe Meyer kept getting the same comeback from me when he started making snide comments about the Cardinals and the city of St. Louis.

“At least our fans aren’t porn superstars,” I said, referring to a girl who goes by the name of Next Door Nikki, a porn star who lives in the suburbs of Chicago.

As you can see by the pictures of her, you can tell that her pictures alone would make a Cardinals fan like myself become a Cub fan, however if I ever did become one, I would have to be of strong faith and fiber to deal with the disappointment that the Cubs have been for over 100 years.

Including this year.

If God was a Cubs fan, the Cubs would have been in perfect position to make the postseason for the third season in a row, something that has not happened since 1908, when the Cubs won the last of their back-to-back World Series.

Back then the Cubs were led by Johnny Evers, Joe Tinker, and Frank Chance, hence the double play combination of Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance, who helped the Cubs win three pennants and two World Series.

It would be 100 years until the Cubs made back-to-back postseason appearances and after the season they had in 2008, Cub fans believed that this was the year that they could go all the way.

Yeah, all the way to July.

Since the All-Star break, the Cardinals have went from fighting with Milwaukee and Chicago to acquiring Matt Holliday and John Smoltz to 9 games up on the North Siders.

The Cardinals have won 8 of their last 10 while the Cubs have lost six of ten, giving new reason to Gucci Mane’s “Go Ham on ‘Em”, a phrase that I had to explain to my friend Jeffrey this afternoon.

Of course, with that being said, the Cubs are looking to do one thing after this latest disappointing season in Wrigleyville ends.

Build for 2010, figure out a way to again appease the faithful in Chicago, and then in the end have Cub fans’ feelings hurt and stomped on.

After all, that’s what 100 years of losing can do for your psyche.

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