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Can a Cubs fan cheer for the White Sox or vice versa? Tell us why or why not.
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“I did the 39-mile Susan G. Komen breast cancer walk in Chicago back in 2007. It was a long time ago, but the memories and the friendships made will last forever!” — Angela Lehman
“Now — I am 90 years old and I pulled weeds from rock landscaping areas this morning.” — Gail Korbel
“I hit a grand slam in a womens league when I was in my 30s.” — Laurel Schultheis Karolczak
“I acted in an episode of Storm Stories on The Weather Channel at age 70. My role involved fighting the current in the Des Plaines River, then crawling up the slippery muddy bank. It was epic.” — Sandy Gulliver
“Stealing the ball from and tripping my cousin in kiddie soccer when the whole family was watching us play that game versus each other. Got a red card. Lol.” — Angie Lewandowski
“The greatest marathon on earth: the Boston.” — Manny Figueroa
“Passing high school gym in 1962. I am not a fan of sweating at all!” — Sue Shannon Whelan
“I once sat on the couch for 16 hours 27 minutes and 13 seconds without getting up to use the bathroom or eat.” — Gabe Escobar
“Climbing to the 11,000-foot elevation at Yosemite.” — Craig Barner
“Completing the Chicago Marathon, twice, 24 years apart.” — Tom Griffin
“Getting around the dang marathon traffic should be its own sport.” — Leticia Montes