Awww. Your brother went bar hopping with his buddies and instead of drinking and having a good time and ending the night by going home and living on, he acted like a typical asshole that couldn't handle his liquor. Trying to be a tough guy and running his mouth in a parking lot. Looking for trouble. Which he unfortunately (or fortunately depending on one's point of view, I am of the second opinion) in this case actually found. Then got his life taken, as well as his friend's stabbed for their trouble. Sounds to me like your brother's intended victim knew how to defend himself very well. Too bad for your brother, well done to him. You cry about not having money for a lawyer? Get real. Grow up. Too bad. So sad. I would like to pour a drink to the shade of your brother, but only after filtering it through my kidneys first. Hahahhahahaahaahahaahahahhahaahahaahahahaha
I Just Saw This Srory On Tv, I Know Kyle ,Didn't Know He Was Like That..Thank God I Kept My Distance. .Wow Kay Kay Is What They Call Him..Thank God That Lady Got Away..
Undoubtedly, most Bucks fans are just enthusiastic about their team and all around good eggs, I know quite a few. However, since my undergraduate days in Ann Arbor (the Bo and Woody era) I have too many times run into the muscle-head, working class, hate-filled pukes that psychologically over identify with OSU. There was a time that a Michigan plate could invite slashed tires in Columbus, though these antics were not likely attributable to those with the brain cells to gain acceptance and graduate from a great institution like OSU, yes I salute it as a great school. The reason that stereotypes are entertaining is that there is often a grain of truth. Cheers to the good sportsmen and fans on Scarlet and Grey as well as in Maize and Blue and a pox on the vicious, knuckle-dragging, fools that taint the name of either school.
Good God how have I not heard of this event until now?
I have been shopping at the Parma store since it opened. Great store with an even greater purpose.
Appreciate the person-first language. Nice article.
The napalming of departments and programs....so the board of trustees and other snobby suits can entertain guests in an empty stadium during home football games that could not draw a crowd through free tickets.
The University of Akron owes a lot to dedicated staff like Amy Freel who have given so much of their time and themselves to create a great university press. This is an outrageous decision and a mistake that must be reversed.
To be honest, I am a bit exhausted with Black Lives matters for the moment. Police blotter filled with all kinds of murder and mayhem in the places where blacks live. None of which has anything to do with police or labor equality, whatever that means. By the way, the conference sounds like huge waste of effort. It would have been more helpful to train black youth how to comply with a police order.
He is a great man. SILVERSTEIN
It's great to get some candor and honesty from Cleveland governing officials. It's not an easy job and it's not fun, folks. Be thankful that we have someone of quality, commitment and modesty like Councilman Kelley running City Council.
That link wasn't there when the article first appeared. It was just plain text.
The link is in the first paragraph ^
Where's the gofundme link?
It strikes me as a long way to say that he's done pretty much diddly.
Eye-roll? Whatever Sam
Here is the original reference to "Civitism" as originated by Newton D. Baker in 1907. Baker was in the Tom L. Johnson cabinet. Roll your eyes, if you like, but its still a beautiful concept and one that was perfect for the pre-WW1 period.
@JD 11/01/2014 AT 5:02 PM
I'm curious as to what credentials you have to make you an expert on basketball court flooring?
Andrea is awesome! So happy for her and the new shop. She did an amazing piece on me that is now my favorite (of 13) tattoo of mine and the one I get the most compliments on.
This gal is a big plum liar! You should look at her in the real light.
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