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New in Town? The Names May Change but How Things Work Don’t, Bub.

Craig Walker revisits a famous column that won Mike Royko a Pulitzer Prize in 1972, and Craig attempts to update it for our modern times. Sadly, Craig finds that the names may change but the story stays the same.

Craig Walker
Craig Walker
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New in Town? The Names May Change but How Things Work Don’t, Bub.

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