Can you imagine all the people that died since 1908 without watching their beloved Cubs win it all? By the end of this month we could all be witnesses to one of the greatest moments in sports history.
How do you feel?
>the Dodgers beat the mets tomorrow after the utley incident
>then go on to beat the cubs and the blue jays to win the worlds eries
>the collective asspain of /sp/, jew york, cubs fans and jays fans implodes the planet as Kershaw and Grienke ascend with all Dodgers fans to a higher ethereal plane
I have another theory.
>Dodgers beat Mets
>Cubs beat Dodgers
>Cubs win World Series
>Most heartwarming moment in sports history
>All of America cheers the Cubbies
>Ken Burns makes an HBO documentary about it barely a month later
>Full of tearfully thankful lifelong Cubs fans
>In it all they really say about the Dodgers is that Utley is a dick and nobody likes the Dodgers
>the special wins like 15 emmys
>it's eventually turned into a movie
>Utley is played by a no-name actor with a mean-looking face
>three seconds of screen time
>the movie is called "It Finally Happened"
>wins five academy awards
>the Cubs love train never stops rolling
>Causality doesn't butterfly-effect to other games, into players' heads, as Biff Tannen's reputation rises with his first big win, or two, or three
>time within the given parallel universe doesn't continue to proceed in a linear fashion, with antecedent events being influenced (I stop short of assuming determinism) by the preceding events within that universe
>The almanac doesn't become useless noise after a sufficiently long or impactful string of wins, as it should
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