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I'm sad I got caught...I'm demonstrating humility because of the embarrassment to my family.
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Often, financial support comes with a catch. If the team can manage to get by with fundraisers and donations, it's worth it to keep the school administration at bay.
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The most ridiculous part of the article was when they said, "unity of the Islamic faith". It might just be me, but trying to kill all infidels doesn't seem very unifying.
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Nothing more pathetic than when an overbearing, obnoxious jerk finds humility. If he wants sympathy he can find it in the dictionary between sh** and syphilis
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11 months, 3 weeks ago from Associated Press

The owners of the Chicago Cubs say they may sell minority shares in the team to help finance renovations at century-old Wrigley Field.

Cubs spokesman Julian Green confirmed published reports Thursday the Ricketts family is considering selling non-controlling shares to pay for a proposed $500 million upgrade Wrigley and redevelopment of the surrounding area. The Ricketts own 95 percent of the Cubs, with the Tribune Co., which sold the team to the family, owning the rest.

Forbes, in its recent valuation of Major League teams, ranks the Cubs as the fourth most valuable, at $1.2 billion. The Ricketts reportedly bought the team for $845 million

Progress on renovating the ballpark has been stymied by opposition by surrounding rooftop owners. They believe changes to Wrigley may block views of the field.


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