Benjamin Franklin once said that “nothing can be said to be certain, except death, taxes, and the fact that the internet will always remember.” How right he was.
In order to prove that last one, we have to go back to late May. At the time, the Milwaukee Brewers held a three-and-a-half game lead over the Chicago Cubs in the NL Central. While many Chicago fans might have thought privately that their Cubbies would eventually overtake the Brew Crew, one Cubs fan made his feelings rather public:
As I said before too, If the Brewers finish ahead of the Cubs this year I will write a 1,000 word apology letter and send it to everyone who likes this.— Nathan Marzion (@natemar3i0n) May 26, 2018
Marzion may have hoped everyone simply forgot about his offer but they did not. In fact, the Brewers themselves asked to see the letter.
Nathan followed through!!!