Saturday, December 14, 2013

IT HAS BEGUN: On The First Call Of TBOX, 911 Gave To Me….

The first emergency call for the shitshow bar crawl known as TBOX has gone out. “One of the drunks” was transported by police to Illinois Masonic Medical Center from near the Starbucks, 1023 W. Addison,   across from Wrigley Field at 11:54AM.

Two municipal violations were also issued outside of Wrigley Field in a matter "unrelated" to TBOX at the same time.

CWB will post a TBOX recap late tonight.
Image: Dreams Time

10 comments:

  1. @#$%show? Why is that being used in a blog post? Offensive word and really a dumb word. Too inflammatory. That should be taken down.

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    1. S#i#show is accurately descriptive for this annual rite for spoiled drunk young white people.
      it is neither offensive nor inflammatory.
      CPD should aggressively enforce public intoxication laws for this s#i#show.

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    2. Spoiled drunk young white people? Most young people are struggling, not spoiled, It's just a pub crawl.

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    3. They can't be struggling TOO badly if they've got the disposable cash to go get drunk off their asses.

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  2. He was probably dehydrated from all that diarrhea after drinking 2 cases of Blue Moon at 7am then thinking a box of Cap'n Crunch and 3 Venti Americanos would see him through to the next round if beer at noon.

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  3. I wonder how many illegitimate babies are made during this "X"mas tradition here.

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  4. UGH why doesnt the city tell these bars NO MORE. After last years stabbing during TBOX you would think they would of done away with it!

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    1. You can't stop people from going to bars or going on pub crawls, especially in Chicago which is great for it.

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  5. I like to drink I admit it but I avoid all the amateur holiday's like NYE and pub crawls. The pride parade is worse and needs to be moved out of the neighborhood.

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    1. When I used to go out in Halsted St. I avoided Fridays and Saturdays like the plague. Then Sundays evenings got to violent walking home thru Belmont/Halsted, then......

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