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Chicago Pics

Phil Harvey

10:50 AM -- NXTcomm is done. But we're still cleaning out our cameras, cameraphones, etc. This round of photos catches our staff on a day off: at the ballpark, the pool hall, and the world famous Billy Goat Tavern. Laura from our events team was even able to catch some snaps of that brutal Cubs-Padres brawl that happened last Saturday. Click on the player below and enjoy:

These photos were taken by Light Reading's own Ryan Lawler, Ray McConville, and Laura Imbriano. The captions are my fault.

— Phil Harvey, Barely Managing Editor, Light Reading

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Raymond McConville
Raymond McConville
12/5/2012 | 3:06:20 PM
re: Chicago Pics
Phil, there is an inaccuracy in your caption for image 13. We weren't drinking Miller, we were drinking the Billy Goat Tavern's own house lager which tasted as if it came from the billy goat itself.
12/5/2012 | 3:06:19 PM
re: Chicago Pics
At that hour, I'm not going to defend any of my notes. Or culinary choices.
12/5/2012 | 3:06:19 PM
re: Chicago Pics
And if I recall correctly (no laughing please), you went back for more, Billy Boy!!
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