The Cubs and White Sox renew their crosstown rivalry this weekend at Wrigley Field, and you're bound to see fans with "torn allegiances." You'll know this because they cheer when either team scores or—gasp!—they wear one of those two-sided jerseys. Which brings us to our latest debate.
This round: Is it OK to root for both the Cubs and the Sox?
Is it OK to root for both the Cubs and Sox? Is it OK to eat both chocolate and vanilla ice cream? To enjoy both beach vacations and snowy spots? Uh, duh. Yes. The fanatics will tell you otherwise, but that's just because they've been driven insane by wishing ill upon a sports team their entire lives. Don't let those gloomy grumps persuade you there's no joy in being pro-Chicago. You're a uniter, not a divider, baby. Let your free love flag fly. The only time you have to pick a team is during the World Series. First things first, I say.