The Bears were right.
The song was a joke, and the bears got the point.
The Bears also got the Bears wrong.
The Bears got the wrong.
The bears got a wrong point.
Bears are always right.
They are always wrong.
They have always been wrong.
All the wrong things.
The right things are usually right.
The right thing is usually right, but they have been wrong in the past.
They’ve been wrong on occasion.
They will often do things they would not have done if they knew that they were wrong.
Bears always have the wrong ideas, and will often misjudge the consequences of those ideas.
Bears will always have wrong ideas.
They’ll always have ideas that aren’t true.
They can be wrong.
And they’ll often get the wrong idea, even if it is wrong.
If you listen to Bears, you will hear the song often.
Bears sing a song called “Gummy Bear” every time they have an opportunity to perform.
They sing it at funerals and memorials, at football games, on stage, at weddings, and so on.
They sing it as a tribute to the late, great and great Willie McGinley, the legendary former Bears quarterback who was killed by a bear in a game in 1987.
When McGinly’s body was found in a wooded area, Bears sang a song of their own.
They sang it as an homage to the famous Bears, the NFL’s most beloved franchise, when they were looking to move from Chicago to Los Angeles.
Bears players, coaches, fans, media, and most everyone else in the world knew that McGinleys death meant that the Bears were moving to L.A. That’s why Bears players would wear “Gumby Bear” T-shirts on Sundays.
The fans loved the Bears because of the way McGinies death had changed their city.
Bears fans liked the Bears, because of McGinys death.
Bears loved the Browns because of Browns owner Jim Browns sudden death.
The media loves the Bears and their media, because the Bears are a media-friendly team.
Bears have the best media relations in the NFL.
Bears owners are very, very nice, and are a great influence on other teams.
The media loves Bears, and they love the media.
The people love the Bears.
They love Bears fans, and fans love Bears people.
The fans love the fans, fans love fans, everyone loves fans.
The NFL loves Bears fans.
Bears fandom is extremely strong in the league.
The team has won a Super Bowl, two NFC Championship Games, and four division titles in the last 15 years.
Bears history in the modern NFL is also very, extremely strong.
The NFL is a football-loving, fan-loving organization.
The game is played in stadiums around the country, and it is televised on TV every week on national television.
Bears football players are NFL legends.
Bears coaches are NBA legends.
The players have won the Super Bowl multiple times, and have been inducted into the Hall of Fame twice.
Bears owner Jim Harbaugh is an NFL Hall of Famer.
Bears GM Ryan Pace is a NFL Hall-of-Famer.
The front office is filled with Hall of Famers, including former players like Cris Carter and John Lynch.
The players and coaches are all NFL Hall Of Famers.
They all work extremely hard to earn those great honors, and to be rewarded for those accomplishments.
The people love Bears.
Bears people love people.
Bears sports fans love sports.
Bears love Bears entertainment.
Bears media loves sports.
The general manager of Bears games, Jay Glazer, is a Hall-Of-Fame coach.
The head coach of Bears teams is the NFL Hall, the first ever.
The first NFL head coach ever to be inducted in the Hall Of Fame was Bob Gibson.
The highest paid head coach in Bears history was Chuck Noll, who was paid $3.5 million.
The second highest paid was Bobby Layne, who got $3 million.
All Bears head coaches received money for their contributions to the team.
Bears players have a very special relationship with their teammates.
They feel like they have a team.
They know what they are getting into.
They respect their teammates and want them to be successful.
They like to be a part of the team, and that’s why they like to wear a Bears jersey.
Bears guys are great teammates, and their relationship with each other is one of the best in the business.
Bears teams have won at least three Super Bowls, three division titles, two playoff championships, two division titles and one playoff berth.
Bears has the best record in the history of the NFL, and has won two Super Bowl championships and two division championships.
The best record for any team in the franchise history is 30-13.
Bears had the best winning percentage in NFL history, winning a franchise