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who to trust. police patrols have been up and i appreciate that because this has been on the rise. we hope this person gets caught. we are asking citizens, if you have an individual who approaches you and says he is a law-enforcement agent, you should ask for some type of identification. here is a description of the individual who is impersonating police. he is black and between 40 and 50 years old and 6 ft. tall 150 lbs.. he is bald with sideburns that grow into a coat tree or mustache. he identified himself as officer or agent franklin and he is driving a tan suv. it you know anything chicago police want to hear from you. autopsy results are inconclusive
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as to what caused a security guard to die after trying to break-up a fight at thornwood high school in south holland yesterday. wgn's randi belisomo joins us from the newsroom with more on the story. the cook county medical examiner conduct an autopsy but the results are not conclusive and further studies need to be done. further studies must be done. no charges have been filed in this case, but this evening we are getting more insight into what happened at thornwood high school yesterday. here's video taken from a student's cell phone. this is a fight between two high school girls the one in which the security guard attempted to intervene. at noon yesterday in the hallway of the south holland school, a security guard was try to break it up but he fell across on the school locker and when he had trouble breathing he was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead. the man was a graduate of
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thrornwood high school where he was well respected. his wife said he had no health problems. i never wanted to do anything without him without his input what he should do or not to and he was the leader and i was be a follower. i will miss him very much. school was not in session today because of teacher conferences. they were fighting over something that somebody said about somebody else and ask somebody confronted them. it was not like she had my jeans or other things. that was not correct. they're both wonderful students and the parent involvement, this is a tragic incident that we are all sorry that happened. the school is cooperating with the investigation. a i am sure that they did up mean this to happen the way it happened. it was an accident.
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police aren't saying much, other than that their investigation is pending and that they are interviewing students who witnessed the fight. president obama and iran's new president speak by phone today, making it the highest-level contact between the two sides since 1979. the topic is iran's controversial nuclear program. the u.s. believes iran is trying to make a nuclear weapon. but iran claims its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. president obama says both men told their aides to get-going on an agreement. i reiterated to president rouhani what i said in new-york that while there will be important obstacles to moving forward and success is by no means guaranteed that we can reach a comprehensive solution. rouhani said on a twitter feed, "in a phone conversation, president rouhani and president barack obama expressed their mutual political will to rapidly solve the nuclear issue." the united nations security council voted unanimously
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tonight to require syria to eliminate its arsenal of chemical weapons. u.s. ambassador to the u-n samantha power said the vote is significant as it represents the first time since the start of syria's civil war that the security council is imposing binding obligations on the country. the resolution does not authorize the automatic use of force if syria is said to be violation, as was previously sought by the white house. president obama said it's his threat of u.s. military power that pushed syrian leaders to agree to destroy their chemical weapons which syria allegedly used against its own people. president obama's asking congress not to shut down the government. the deadline for a spending resolution just three days away, with lawmakers split by partisan differences over obamacare. shelby lin reports from washington. as the clock ticks toward the deadline, law makers in washington struggle to come up with a plan to prevent a government shut down. avoiding that scenario is what both republicans and democrats seem to want. so then-- why is this still an issue? the problem, a
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deep divide among house republicans. democratic house minority leader nancy pelosi said it comes down to negotiation. "it's impossible for democrats to negotiate with house republicans when they can't even negotiate with themselves." the key issue is over obamacare. tea party conservatives want it defunded. but the president says he won't yield on his landmark law. "the house republicans are so concerned with appeasing the tea party that they've threatened a government shut down or worse unless i gut or repeal the affordable care act. that's not going to happen." sen. marco rubio/r florida: "i don't know anyone who wants to shut down the government. the only thing we want to shut down is obamacare." the senate already passed a spending plan that restores funding for obamacare. that plan is now back with the house where tea party conservatives are vowing to reject it. they could send the measure back to the senate with changes. it's a game of political hot potato, all as a government shut down hangs in the balance. i'm shelby lin reporting.
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gang members coming together to talk peace. tonight, a controversial meeting on the south side aimed at trying to stop the violence. after more than 30 years chasing thousands of leads, the fbi hands over the tylenol murders case. and if you enjoyed today's gorgeous weather, you'll love tomorrow's. tom skilling has details of a glorious start to the weekend.
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pension reform. quinns attorneys are now appealing that decision. the whole purpose of this is to get pension reform. the governor is also making his case in the court of public opinion. it is urgent. it is an emergency. he says the 100 billion dollar liability and the 5 million dollars a day in interest payments that taxpayers are burdned with, made the veto necessary. he believes taxpayers agree. i think it is very important to resolve this issue and do it right away and the legislature has a responsibility to work hard on this issue, and not to duck and dodge. a committee of ten lawmakers given the responsibility of coming up with a solution to the pension crisis is making progress, despite the paycheck fight, according to chairman state senator kwame raoul. we have been committed to working on this and it has not been about whether or not we get our paychecks. it has been about the urgency of solving this problem. sources tell wgn the latest proposal would reduce the pension shortfall by 140 billion
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dollars over 30 years. that plan would decrease employee contributions and tie yearly cost of living increases to half of the consumer price index. increases would be capped at 4 percent with a minimum of a one percent raise every year. we are in the red zone and we should score a touchdown on this on behalf of the taxpayers of this date. you just heard state senator raoul say his committee is close on a consensus plan. however even he didn't have a timetable for when something could come up for a vote. lawmakers have already received their checks for july and august. those will direct deposit should get their september checks by monday. friction between the governors of illinois and wisconsin takes center stage at a meeting of the tri-state alliance for regional development. the alliance, designed to promote economic cooperation between illinois, indiana, and wisconsin, met in the loop today. wisconsin republican governor scott walker emphasized how he enticed companies to leave illinois for his state. in turn, illinois governor pat quinn touted how he stopped one company from leaving and
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attracted a wisconsin company to illinois. quinn also needled more criticism at walker. i am interested in the regional cooperation. that governor turned down a fast train from chicago to milwaukee and i don't know why he did it. it is the most troubled rail route in the northeast and the whole united states. instead of having a faster train to bill walkie he turned it down. i think he missed the boat . quinn also said he's looking forward to the proposed illiana tollway that would connect interstates 55 and 57 in illinois with interstate 65 in indiana to help the tri-state region. but the chicago metropolitan agency for planning came out with a report today against the construction of the toll road. a california clergyman, born and raised in cabrinni-green, is back in town, hoping to bring peaceful solutions to neighborhoods plagued by gang violence. dr. gregory tatum calls the two day event "the national unity summit." he's bringing together former and current gang members with
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religious leaders, activists, and families who've lost loved ones to talk about solutions. the mother of one of those victims, 19-year-old marissa- boyd stingley has her own hopes for the summit. i am still waiting for him to come home. but i note that is not going to happen. i want down to sit down and talked it ... can you all just tell them to stop? while today's session supported victims' families, tomorrow's summit focuses on helping gang members. after 31 years and still no charges in the tylenol murders case, a northwest suburban police department says they're keeping the investigation alive. at one time, the fbi led the multi-jurisdiction task force with 140 federal, state, and local investigators chasing down thousands of leads. with the feds no longer in charge, arlington heights police
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annpunced they'll take over. the cyanide laced tylenol capsules killed seven people in 1982. those unsolved murders set off a national scare and huge recall of tylenol products. still ahead... a legal victory for those who want to dismantle illinois' ban on same sex marriage. plus, they're the ones who help pull sick loved ones through. now there's help for them too. ♪ need advice on how to juggle those big family meals? this kenmore elite dual temperature double oven, exclusively from sears, can help. so you never have to worry... ...about dropping a dish. impressive! and so is j.d. power ranking kenmore elite highest in customer satisfaction. come celebrate kenmore's 100th anniversary and save up to 30% off all kenmore appliances. this is celebrating big. this is sears.
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he reportedly got in trouble at school and was afraid to go home. edward was wearing a white polo shirt, black pants and white nike gym shoes. a lawsuit challenging illinois' ban on same-sex marriage is moving forward. the ruling today in cook county circuit court launching a debate gay marriage opponents had hoped to prevent. wgn's julian crews has the story. both sides claiming victory after a judge dismisses three of the five claims in a lawsuit brought by same-sex couples. those who believe the illinois ban on gay marriage say they have accomplished their goal, to have the lawsuit heard in court. we can move forward on our offendable mental right to marriage claims and the idea that it discriminates against lesbians and gay couples we are disappointed on that part
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of the ruling but we are confident that the illinois lost on the marriage will be toppled by our courts. they argued that it is the state legislatures will to alter illinoisan law and the senate following 13 other states and the district of columbia who have already approved a same-sex marriage bill. the marriage could come up in the house, the developments following the u.s. supreme court ruling three months ago striking down the defensive marriage act. same-sex couples say that is now time for the illinois version of the marriage lot to go. the i am made veteran and i have should have the same rights as everyone else in my home state. the man who opposes gay marriage says he sees change coming. there's a good shot if we can move this along quickly that the court will conclude that
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illinois law not allowing gay couples to marry is unconstitutional. the courtroom debate on the matter begins next month. a new jersey judge ordered state officials there to allow same sex marriages starting october 21st. her ruling says the current system of civil unions is invalid under the state constitution's equal protection requirements. the judge said the state's same sex couples in civil unions were missing out on federal benefits they would otherwise receive as a result of the u.s. supreme court's june decision. the state attorney general's office could appeal the decision and seek a stay of the ruling. new jersey would become the 14th state to permit gay marriage. the world's most popular search engine turned 15 today-- and got a new algorithim. google rolled out the search formula last month, but didn't reveal it until yesterday. it's called hummingbird. it's focused on more precise answers. google's new mobile search will also be more compatible with phones and tablets.
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in the medical watch... illness can sometimes take a toll on the realatives who care for those who are sick. now there's a program to help them cope. plus, one of chicago's very own sandwiches. a little latin flavor, chicago style.
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in tonights medical watch... sometimes the person most in need is the one who does not have a medical ailment. illness tears at the heart of a family but a program that started here in the chicago area and went national, shines a light on siblings typically in the shadows. theres giggling, a little teasing, and today, some peaceful play. mia and rachel gurevitz are typical sisters who, along with their parents, are doing the best they can to navigate an atypical course. it began when mia was 18-months old - the toddler was having trouble gaining weight and growing. lisa gurevitz, rachel and mias mother: "we started a five- month odyssey of endless tests
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and procedures and results." mia has an inoperable brain tumor on her pituitary gland "the positive news or hopefully more promising is that its slow growing and its not aggressive." still, the treatments arent easy - mia needs regular chemotherapy to keep the tumor in check and gets monthly antibiotic infusions at lurie childrens. she takes it like a champ and so does her big sister. "with rachel it was hard. she was shuffled around a lot. dan would stay home in the morning and get her to school. someone else would pick her up. wed have her at aftercare. she would stay at friends houses in the middle of the week." "theres attention focused on mia. even though it comes from a place of love and care and concern, rachel feels like mia gets some special treatment." and thats where supersibs comes in, an organization devoted to supporting siblings of kids with cancer. melissa pontikes, interim executive sirector, supersibs:
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"so many times its just the sick child that gets attention. they cant always give the time and effort to the other siblings so we fill that gap." the organization fills it with simple reminders ... "sending them something in the mail that reminds them they are special." there are books, journals, bracelets, inspiration rocks and birthday cards. "we have groups of volunteers and they physically hand make birthday cards that we then turn around and hand address and stamp with balloons." and then theres the trophy. "one of the things we send out are courage trophies." "it says, rachel, for your strength courage love and you are a supersib." "she got the trophy in the mail which is like getting an academy award. she loves it." the trinkets are cute but the attention is critical. "up to 50% of the siblings can show signs of post-traumatic stress disorder, about 25% can actually be diagnosed with it." "you have to remember she needs her play dates and her time to
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just sit and play legos ... her time to just be and not think about cancer and sickness." "an organization like supersibs thats there just for the siblings. shes knows shes not alone." the organization has named this month 'sib-tember,' and theyre encouraging supporters to wear suspenders to raise awreness. if youd like to learn more check out our website, back to you. the calendar says fall but it feels more like summer. tom skilling tells us how long this streak of warm weather will streak of warm weather will stick arou remember those pesky squirrels? uh huh well i trained em squirrels cutting coupons, fun
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i cannot get over these days with back to back porches days. this is the last weekend of september with 80 degree temperatures, it has been a great week. october which starts next week will be born to. the fall colors are starting to come out. we have the shot. this beautiful sunset from tim. nice shot. from suit in montana at the botanical gardens, this is the first snow cover of the season. there has been snow in the higher elevations out west. carol from spring valley with the spring valley bridge. the bridges coming down but she captures it in the fall of the
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other day. termination past peace bell at the tops of mountains was visible from seward alaska. and here is this beautiful sunset. want more from lisa miller. this is from equestrian estates in illinois. it has been a beautiful day with wisps of clouds. we have 100 percent of our possible sunshine and for the fourth consecutive days. the wind will build tomorrow. the southerly winds to date will warmest up beyond the 81 we saw today. 72 at the lakefront but the normal high is just 70. this is the warmest temperature in eight days and we had readings as high as 84 in lombard. park ridge hit
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82 today. we had 10180 degree days and we had just 80 this year. this year has lagged last year but that's because we started the summer wet and cool. chilly air to the north. that will come our way and we get a hint of it sunday and then we won up again next week. it may turn cooler next week though in a more substantial way. we are about where we were 24 hours a day ago but you see the negative figures, the temperature drops making their way in our direction. they cool moss off sunday. most of the area in the '60s with moderate moisture. tonight will be cool, the knights have been cool and the days have been warned. no moisture in the air
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nighttime temperatures drop. hype mulled count today but all the pollen is gone. the fourth consecutive day with one not for% sunshine.100 percent sunshf autumn when you get these wet winter like autumn storms. you have seasonal change under way. and that the jet stream is getting more active. tonight the jet stream going through the plains is producing showers and thunderstorms. weather watches in parts of kansas. you see them towering above the two main in nebraska and here in iowa and south dakota. those showers will be weak when they reach us but there may be some rain. in blue
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the areas that will have high winds and hail. that is our cold front and it arrives without copper level air support and we do not have to worry about severe weather but there are frost and freeze advisories in the rockies. and they are cuing the next storm. that thing in the gulf of alaska. another storm on the east coast producing winds. but for us the high pressure that gave is beautiful weather is going east. it's packed isobars coming through. it will be gone by sunday morning that high pressure comes in and we have southwest winds and we warm up again. we could be back into the 80 degree range by tuesday and wednesday of next week. not a bad way to go in the be neurological autumn season. tonight fair and milder with strong per se wins and 57
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overnight. winds between eight and 18 by morning. tamara sunshine gives way to increasing cloudiness. isolated thunderstorm possible by the evening. i temperature of 84 and south winds between 11 and 14. tomorrow sunny and cooler behind the front with temperatures 10 degrees cooler at 74 but that is still above normal for this time of year. not a bad way to say goodbye to september which we will do monday night. nice weekend. this has been a good month. this is the driest it has been since july. a puerto rican tradition made right here in chicago. find out what's so unique about the jibarito. and a pasta maker in hot water for making anti-gay comments.
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i have no idea what a jibarito was until i arrived in chicago 17 years ago and that is when i discovered the sand which which is a best example of our culture. if you want to experience the true flavors of puerto rico had to hobbled park bursting with puerto rican flag and find a restaurant that has the jibarito. thousands come from all over to have this delicious sandwich that has all the puerto rican flavor you can imagine. we live in shanghai and every time we come to chicago we have to come and eat jibarito eat. in puerto rico you cannot find the
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sandwich instead of bread has to perfectly fried plaintains. pete opened a restaurant in the early 1990's and was looking for recipes in a puerto rican cookbook and he found this one. his first customer was as father. i made this for my father. at one point he was selling four or 5000 jibarito each month. the most popular is the are reginald one but now you can have fried chicken or roasted pork burgeons. lettuce peace and mojo sauce and rice and pigeon peas on the sidethe it is savory tender and everything you want in a sandwich. it was born in the puerto rican
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community but has become a staple across the city and you can find it in many restaurants across the town although each with its own taste. this is called the bouriqua and they have a tofu version. it has tofu miso and llime dust. bibby itself has curry mayonnaise and green chile taste and it is lemon grass chicken with cilantro. here is all about the seafood one. everybody in chicago goes crazy for the jibarito. he would rather have it here. it is a good way to represent not only chicago but the spanish community and puerto ricans themselves. when one of his favorite restaurants was
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struggling he told the owner to include the jibarito in the menu. he was reluctant at first but he was not convinced that a puerto rican i it would fit in a cuban restaurant. hon was pleased that he came out and she took the time to show us how to make it. jibarito at time sells better than the cuban sandwich. the success has not made and make richman but it has made in a very proud one. i am very proud not only for me but for the puerto rican community. what does jibarito mean? it is diminutive version of the word that refers to people in the mountains or back country. coming up... comments that sparked a boycott of one italian pasta maker. and what really kept derrick rose from playing last season? the bulls star comes clean, later in sports. need a spoon, dear?
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use, what he called, traditional and perfect families. that led to some backlash against the company. barilla responded on facebook saying that this has nothing to do with gay rights and that he respects gay marriage. he apologized for hurting anyone's feelings, but didn't back down from his position. let's go to tom skilling 47 day forecast. you will love tomorrow. it might rain little bit tomorrow night but look at that scab of warm air and that is coming our way tomorrow as is the cooler and at that has places in montana down to 47. some cool air to the west of us. here are the showers that will be with us but not until late in the day, more so tomorrow night. our models have the showers out of here. the weather service has been in
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standard than that. they exit sunday's morning. people in northwest indiana may linger in showers early but high pressure moves in and the winds will be live from the north and ready to turn southwest by monday. 52 hundredths of an inch is the estimate for rainfall in some models bring pretty good rain next week. we need it. this is been the driest period from july through september in 37 years. this is how must moisture is coming in in the next 72 hours. some areas near rockford indicate 1 in. of rain. 80s for tomorrow and that is the first set of weekend 80s in three weeks. there are the highest moral and you see the cooling expected sunday. we are in the s well into the '70s monday when
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there are 80 southwest. the bare you see the warmer air at that will come back into the area of next week 84 tomorrow at 74 sunday at 78 monday. in the '80s tuesday and wednesday. tuesday is the beginning of october 2013. a better chance of rain later in the week and it looks like a cool. is setting up beyond that seven day forecast. but we will enjoy the warm start to october. a great weekend. could these be the final days for white sox captain paul konerko? what he intends to do after the season ends on sunday. and it's next man up for the bears as they head to detroit on sunday. rich king is next with sports. big friday coming up pyrrhic music superstar gloria estefan
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packed house for media day. bulls media day, more like derrick rose media day. it turns out tom thibideau did not think rose was ready to play late last year despite tom's glowing reports about how well rose played in practice. and derrick himself admitted it was after all a physical issue, not a mental hurdle that kept him off the court. derrick says he feels great and does not expect to change his playing style. the bulls will still be cautious in training camp, but barring a setback, rose should be ready when the bell rings. jerry reinsdof had urged derrek to be cautious and placed the decision on when to return in derrick's hands, be it last season or this season. we visit the issue one more time, hopefully for the last time. gerry made it clear from the beginning how he wanted derrick to approach it. and i think that derrick took on some unfair criticism for not coming back, but that is exactly what jerry asked him to do. as the season
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was winding down i was not comfortable with where he was. i never felt i could take on a double team. i knew i could get past one person but in the playoffs you have to think the game and people will throw different strategies and defenses that you almost every other game and so i knew i wasn't ready to take on a double team like in a playoff and i had to make the decision of not coming back. charles tillman is questionable for the lions, according to the final bears injury report. the bears lost henry melton last week in pittsburgh. he suffered a torn acl. he was placed on the injured reserve list just today. lance briggs was asked how the bears defense will pick up the slack after melton's loss. doing things that you need to do, not doing more, just do your job and you'll be fine. eight columns are stephen peya, or ... we have guys that are athletic
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enough and distinctive enough that when put in position they can make plays. they are all played makers. baseball now and a final word in chicago this year from paul konerko about his future in baseball. the heart and soul of the white sox held a briefing with the chicago media before he heads home to arizona. konerko has had a down year beset again with nagging injuries. he is hitting just .248. 12 homers and 54 rbi's. but he may be back. paul saying he will take a month to decide about next season but one thing he is sure about is the year after that. every season i played before this... i knew i could play the next year. i feel like if i do play the one paying i can give you of substance today is that, if i do play next year that will probably be it. from my perspective if he chose, he has a lot to offer in player development or another spot in
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some capacity whenever that time comes. chris sale made his last start of the year against the royals tonight and it was not a good one. the royals jump on chris in the first. billy butler with a double to drive in a pair. sale's era winds up over 3 at 3.07. the sox trail 6-1 in the 9th. they have to win one game this weekend to avoid 100 losses. strange move by the cubs in st. louis tonight. they pitched travis wood just one inning to reach 200 innings for the season. then took him out. problem was he gave up 3 runs. two on this double by yadier molina. and his era went from 2.98 to 3.11. the cubs trail the birds 7-nothing in the 7th. cuba says it will allow players to sign in foreign countries trying to head off defections but there are strings attached. and tiger woods once again has been voted player of the year. congratulations. that is the 11th time.
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that's the news for this friday night. we're happy you shared time with us. i'm micah materre. i'm mark suppelsa. updates on for all of us here, have a good night. have a great weekend. ♪
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narrator: well, kids, here we are. we've arrived. my 30th birthday. the long-awaited story of... (bleating) ...the goat. that week started just like any other. barney woke up in some girl's bed. in my experience, the way this normally goes is, we lie here for a while, make a little awkward chitchat. check. then i make up some cabinet meeting, heart surgery, rocket test flight i've got to be at, slip out of the apartment and never call you again. and later at the bar, you tell your good friend robin the story of your latest conquest, and she thinks to herself, "who is this sad, self-loathing idiot who climbed into bed with barney stinson?" hmm.


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