Found June 27, 2013 on World Series Dreaming:
YAOWA This is side one to Episode 20 because our show was too big. MUSIC BY: Lath and Plaster and DJ Krav https://soundcloud.com/lathandplaster Twitter: @IanMiller ALSO @ProductiveOuts EMAILZ: worldseriesdreaming@gmail.com iTunes Twitterz: @WSDreaming_Cubs @CubicSnarkonia @MRubio52 INTRO EMAIL Reminder that Chris Archer is no longer a Cub (********) Carlos Marmol or CarLOLs MarmLOL? Ian Stewart, also a member of the recently departed Bullpen still sucks tho Seriously this bullpen is awful Tweeter etiquette Sammy Sosa He did good things He was also probably a prick. Probably Retire 21 Rice says nice things BREAK Matt Garza trade talk Better option than Ricky Nolasco Love the one your with Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo struggle BAI END SIDE 1
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