3. You think you’re fancy because you have a Picasso in your living room?
Well Chicago has one for the people in Daley Plaza! And it’s 50 feet tall, nbd.
4. The highest rated talk show in American television history wasn’t founded in your city.
The Oprah Winfrey Show, that started as A.M. Chicago on WLS-TV, aired nationally for twenty-five seasons! Oprah’s production company, Harpo Productions, runs the world from it’s homebase in Chicago.
6. You don’t know legacy, because you didn’t have the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls.
The Bulls won 72 games during the 1995–96 season, an NBA record. With basketball legends Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman at the helm, the Bulls are the only team in NBA history to win 70 games or more in a single season.
7. Haiii. Guess where this family is from…
8. You don’t have two incredible Summer music festivals.
10. You can’t stand in a glass box overlooking your whole city.
That’s because you don’t have the Willis Tower. Chicagoans can climb to the tower’s 103rd floor to marvel at their city from a glass box that extends four feet out of the building.
Now guess where they’re not from…
13. You may listen to Chicago Blues, but it ain’t yours.
The 1980s SNL sketch spinoff, The Blues Brothers, was based and filmed in Chicago, the birthplace of Chicago Blues. Chicago Blues took conventional Delta Blues and turned up the amp!
14. You don’t have a comedy scene who has been churning out legends for five decades.
Second City in Chicago has trained comedians including Joan Rivers, Fred Willard, Bill Murray, John Candy, Dan Akroyd, Gilda Radner, Mike Myers, Chris Farley, Steve Carell, Tim Meadows, Tina Fey, and countless more.
You know what else Chicago has that you don’t?
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