Ryan Dempster wore one at his postgame press conference Monday night. Several other Cubs players followed during Tuesday's workout at Wrigley Field. The "[Bleep] the Goat" T-shirts are the talk of Cubbie nation. Some think they're funny. Some think they're childish. Some think Wrigley's a dump. Well, Ozzie Guillen, at least. The shirts served as a way for the players to poke fun at the legendary Billy Goat curse that began during the 1945 World Series. "Do you embrace this, or go we don't want to talk about this," manager Mike Quade said. "Me? I don't care.... I find the whole conversation comical." So do we, Mike, so do we. So comical, in fact, we have ideas for other T-shirt slogans, with a little help from our Twitter followers. TRIBUNE CONTRIBUTED.
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