This police chief is the new Facebook sensation!
That case was not black and white. Maybe it's you who is dumb?
Well, if you watched game 6 you know that, once again, the NBA as as fake as the WWE. Funny that people brush that under the rug and pretend that NBA basketball is legit.
You will more than likely see straight bars become temporarily gay just to get the gay clientel. It's sad but its business. Hopefully the gay visitors will seek out the established gay bars and patronize them.
The ones that claim to hate the page are hypocrites. Some pictures are funny to them, but others aren't?! You either love it or hate it. You can't have it both ways. That makes you a hypocrite.
Oh man... hilarious... #8 when I lived in Strongsville, and worked at the mall, I swear I walked to work reading this book, also read it at the mall twice on shift. Never knew about the law until just now. HILARIOUS.
@Cassandra, doggy stroller dad is a repeat creature, he's on there twice :)
@Sandy, you either like the page or you don't. If it's funny to laugh at one photo but not another what kind of hypocritical example are you setting?
Wow really well then I guess cleveland jails would b filled wouldn't they cause every one catches mice and in cinncy I knw there are alot of therr jails that would b filled to since people like anal and there are a lot of gay people
You're so high and mighty, It's bullshit
Every hear the old saying play with fire, you're gonna get burnt...
It became an old saying for a reason........
Do you think it's fair, what SHE got? Come on Serena.... Seriously. Is it because they are athletes that you stick up for them?
Why would they think they'd be wearing underwear???
Scene doesn't really seek to be factual. They just try to bash John Kasich whenever possible, while never praising him. Of course, any study that comes out that makes Kasich look bad is always 100% true and unbiased.
And Cleveland is reviewed by the movie industry as "sucker city" of the nation.
There was a movie with a similar theme. The guy who played the "father" also played the boss on the Alice TV show in the 70's. If anybody know the title please post. Both the movie and this real-life story are still super creepy. EEEWWW
You people at Scene must be having a slow day!
First off, it is factually incorrect that Vallourec Star's $1 billion plant is located at the same location as RG Steel. Vallourec is in Youngstown, RG Steel is in Warren. Second, combining the two, we unfortunately have a net loss of 650 jobs. I think thats better than a loss of 1000 jobs if Vallourec didnt exist. Next, in the Youngstown metro, companies such as TMK IPSCO, Vallourec Star, VAM USA, Weatherford, Dearing Compressor and Pump, VEC/evets, Exterran, IPS, De-Cal industries, have all built new facilities or expanded operations because of the Utica and Marcellus Shale activities, and the total job creation is 1500 direct jobs. This doesnt include construction jobs for these plants, and also the processing facilties, pipelines, support services, etc. So please be factual when talking about the job creation.
supportthebrew missed the point, and the history. To say Sullivan's closed because of lack of customers is a little like saying falling won't kill you but the sudden stop when you hit the ground will. Sullivan's closed because the original owner sold the business to someone who promptly mismanaged the business, in my opinion, by firing staff to the point where the quality of service and product suffered. there was a cascading of problems caused to the point where folks just stopped going.
"SupportTheBrew" sounds like a douchenozzle.
Although I admit there are some funny pics on there for Lorain "area" but it is ridiculous that there are some pics on there making fun of overweight people that are just attending their child's school concert. There is also pics of mentally challenged people, homeless people..this is a prime example of no morals and plain BULLYing!!- The Creatures of Lorain County, awful!!!!
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