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Local writer Shelley Fraser Mickle reflects on why she thinks of potatoes every Super Bowl Sunday

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The late comedian George Carlin once referred to football as a “twentieth century technological struggle” that is often “played in Soldier Field, or War Memorial Stadium.” Local writer Shelley Fraser Mickle shares her Super Bowl experience and how it may have ignited an unusual passion for guns.

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