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    Re:World champs

    ATTA WAY TO GO KANSAS CITY ROYALS!!!!!!!!!!! World champions with a great team effort.

    I even stayed up past my bed time to watch a great game.

    David

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    *LIKE*

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    it was a tough day for NY fans, first, the giants lost a tough one, then the jets lost, then the mets lost the without even putting up much of a fight.
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    Congrats to the Royals, that was a great comeback
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    Don't normally watch baseball but I turn it on just as the 9th inning started and stayed to the end great job by KC and congrats on a well earned victory.

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    Yep. Congratulations to KC on a great Series!! They deserved the win!!!

    I don't normally watch most pro sports but usually catch the Series. I'm wondering how hard the NYM manager is kicking himself in the rear for letting the starting pitcher talk him out of bringing in the closer, Familia. It looked like they had the game won until Harvey went back in and lost it for them. KC still would have taken the Series, though!
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    Not a big baseball guy, but happy for the Royals and KC.

    Plus it was something fun to watch instead of the Packers getting pummeled by the Broncos.
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    its always good to see how the rest of America roots against any NY team.
    Me, personally, Im not a baseball fan, but know a little about the game and follow a bit, especially when any ny team gets into the playoffs.
    than the rest.

    every team deserves to be a champion, KC earned it. through hard work and great management.

    It was an enjoyable series to watch, would have been a bit more exciting if there was a game or two more, but I didn't think the mets stood a chance since they won the NLCS.

    as far as Im concerned, KC and NY were a great combo for a world series. We have the best bagels and pizza, and they have the best bbq.
    The 2 best teams, the top comfort foods, cant go wrong.

    Im wondering how many people took off from work today because of the late night this weekend with the series, then yesterday, football all day, all ny teams lost, mets lost at night, probably fans were super depressed.
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    Got a bunch of schools closing tomorrow to allow attendance to the parade...referred to as a "blue" snow day...happens every 30 years.

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    Just got an email from my wife saying that they are closing her office early tomorrow to allow folks to go to the parade. The list of schools closing is growing, but KCMO schools said they will not be closing. I figured if anyone would be, it would have been them.
    Darren

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