Which of youse are going to this?

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I have a "Movie Pass" for the next three months, so it would not be the first movie I see, but maybe the second or third.
 

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If they show this at one of the dine in theaters I'll order the sausage with a Bud and deep dish for desert.
 

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If they show this at one of the dine in theaters I'll order the sausage with a Bud and deep dish for desert.

With that menu, I could sit through just about any movie :)
 

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Time to stop living in the past and hold ownership and management of the Bears accountable for decades of failure.
 

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Time to stop living in the past and hold ownership and management of the Bears accountable for decades of failure.

so you're not going to see it then?
 

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so you're not going to see it then?

I'm very familiar with the 85 Bears, so I don't think so. I think it's time to look to the future and hold ownership and management accountable for their decades long acceptance of mediocrity (or worse). And fans and the media need to make their voices heard. As a lifelong Bear fan, I now live in the San Francisco Bay Area and I can tell you fans and the media here never accepted the 49ers failures of the last several years. Wish the atmosphere was the same in Chicago.
 

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Time to stop living in the past and hold ownership and management of the Bears accountable for decades of failure.

It's called history. In school they have entire classes devoted to it. You've never been?
 

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I'm very familiar with the 85 Bears, so I don't think so. I think it's time to look to the future and hold ownership and management accountable for their decades long acceptance of mediocrity (or worse). And fans and the media need to make their voices heard. As a lifelong Bear fan, I now live in the San Francisco Bay Area and I can tell you fans and the media here never accepted the 49ers failures of the last several years. Wish the atmosphere was the same in Chicago.

So people should(n't) look at moving pictures of former Bears players?
 
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"it was 25 years ago. Let it go."

one of the reasons dan hampton didnt accept obama's invitation to go to the white house. I agree. Its time to get over it.
 

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I'm very familiar with the 85 Bears, so I don't think so. I think it's time to look to the future and hold ownership and management accountable for their decades long acceptance of mediocrity (or worse). And fans and the media need to make their voices heard. As a lifelong Bear fan, I now live in the San Francisco Bay Area and I can tell you fans and the media here never accepted the 49ers failures of the last several years. Wish the atmosphere was the same in Chicago.

Aren't peoples attitudes always a little gayer in SF this time of year?
 

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Time to stop living in the past and hold ownership and management of the Bears accountable for decades of failure.

So we can't live in the past but you want the Bears to be accountable for the past?

Sorry, but the theme is to collaborate for the future.
 

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I'm very familiar with the 85 Bears, so I don't think so. I think it's time to look to the future and hold ownership and management accountable for their decades long acceptance of mediocrity (or worse). And fans and the media need to make their voices heard. As a lifelong Bear fan, I now live in the San Francisco Bay Area and I can tell you fans and the media here never accepted the 49ers failures of the last several years. Wish the atmosphere was the same in Chicago.

Bad analysis.
Nostalgia has nothing to do with accepting recent failures. And certainly doesn't mean one can't "look to the future" whilst also reflecting on the past. In fact looking on past success can often create intolerance with the present not living up to standards.
 

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