Editor in Chief
Rick is a former radio producer and host in Chicago (WLUP, WJMK), and a twice published author ("$everance" on ENC Press, "The Radio Producer's Handbook" on Allworth Press), but he's also a life long Cubs fan. He attended his first Cubs game in 1968 and is embarrassed to report how many games he has attended since, not to mention how much money he has spent on Cubs merchandise. Suffice it to say, he wouldn't be worried about where he's going to get the money to put his kids through college if he had never encountered the Chicago Cubs.
Rick is responsible for the content on the site, so if you have any comments, questions, contributions, corrections, or observations to share with him, contact him here: firstname.lastname@example.org
We're always looking for great audio or video. If you've run across something on the Internet or posted it yourself on YouTube or some other video sharing site, please let Rick know and he will highlight it on a future episode of "Sights and Sounds."
Advertising and Merchandising Director
Dave is responsible for the super-cool Just One Bad Century merchandise. If you have any questions or complaints about our existing merchandise or have a suggestion for additional merchandise, or if you would like to advertise on Just One Bad Century, contact him here: email@example.com
Randall is the videographer for any original Just One Bad Century video productions, and the founder of "Ethervision." Contact him at 312.972.9988.
Dale is the man who designed the site for Just One Bad Century. This talented lifelong Cubs fan is the owner and operator of his own design firm: Stebbins Advertising and Design. Check out his website at stebbinsadvertising.com
Mike is another hopeless and hopeful lifelong Cubs fan, and is responsible for maintaining this site. If you have any technical questions, he's the only person on staff who can answer it. Contact him here:
The scanned baseball cards used on the site to illustrate a particular feature are part of the embarrassingly large personal baseball card collection of the Just One Bad Century staff. They are not for sale because we are geeks and love them.
Nearly all of the historical photographs used on the site are considered public domain. This applies to U.S. works where the copyright has expired, often because its first publication occurred prior to January 1, 1923.
For those that do not fall into this category, we claim fair use on the following grounds…
1. They are historically significant photos of famous events, people or structures
2. The photos are only being used for informational purposes.
3. Their inclusion into the articles add significantly to the articles because they show the subjects of the articles and how the subjects are depicted are historically significant to the general public.
If we have erred and used a photograph that does not fall under fair use, or if you own the copyright and object to its use, please contact the webmaster and we will promptly remove it.