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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Years ago, the famed UW Marching Band “5th Quarter” show involved the band lining up after the Badger game and marching up University Ave in Madison to the UW Children’s Hospital and playing a few numbers for the kids from outside. There were always a couple hundred fans that followed the informal “parade”. The kids filled every window on that side of the building.

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    Czabe, flavored sunflower seeds have killed the classic. A guy on my ball team bought some originals, and they sat on the bench every game, unopened, all summer.

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    I love in Houston bought the house with the pool only two years old in 2015 We use it 300 days a year and so far it is not too bad to take care of.

    My neighbor just built one for ~200K and it is badass. Always buy a pool second hand!

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    1st of all. F**king awesome. Way to go Univ of Iowa!

    Second of all, I’d love to see a federal law against building stadiums for the billionaire pro sports owners. Right now if it were enacted at city or state level, they would just go somewhere it isn’t illegal. It’d have to be an all or nothing thing. Sad thing is I think too many cities still believe in the “will bring business and money to the city” campaign of the NFL, Olympics, etc. Think most studies have shown that simply not to be true. Getting down to the root of it, more likely it is just an ego thing for the current Mayor, City Council, , etc.

    Ont he pool, I thought that the exact quote was “You can’t always not build a pool.”

    Of course, I could be wrong, won’t be the first. Or the last.


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