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When I was in college at the University of Illinois in the late 1990s, there was nothing quite as pathetic as a townie. Sure, I was here for four years, I had to be, but who were these people who were here all the time? Why would they choose to be in this … waystation? This was my party place, my town for self-discovery. The nerve of them to…

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I write about these tumultuous times 3x a week. Author of five books, including “How Lucky.” NYMag/MLB.. Founder, Deadspin. https://williamfleitch.substack.com

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