Cubs Opening Day

It is opening day for the Cubs at Wrigley Field today, and apparently, the neighborhood has been going nuts all morning. I love the Cubs, sure, but as a former resident of Wrigleyville, I thought I would take this moment to clear up a few misconceptions that people might have about living in that neighborhood.1. Just because you live near Wrigley Field doesn't mean you know who Ronnie WooWoo is.2. Sometimes you may have to go somewhere that is not in the direction of Wrigley Field.3. A doorway to an apartment building is not a urinal.4. Men, there are plenty of beautiful, game, and intoxicated women at any number of sports bars on Clark Street. Your oogling, grabbing, pick up lines, and personal beauty opinions are not really welcome on the streets.5. Not everyone enjoys 'high fiving'.6. This may be hard to believe, but some people like to use the time between midnight at 7am for sleeping, so that might not be the best time to scream at the top of your lungs.7. As comfy as that apartment doorway may look, it is not a cot. I am sorry if you don't have a home, but if I can't get inside, I won't have one either. Plus, some people think that that doorway is a urinal (see above), so I wouldn't really recommend sleeping there.I wish the Cubs a fantastic season, and I look forward to seeing what the future for them holds. And I also look forward to going home to my quiet and cozy further-north-side apartment. Go Cubs!