Right and look at 12am. Everybody was drunk and right back at it (looks like it hit its highest point too!)
Savvy post - I am thankful for the points - Does someone know if my business might acquire a template HBS Non-Disclosure Agreement version to use ?
my colleague was looking for HBS Non-Disclosure Agreement several days ago and used an excellent service that has a ton of fillable forms . If you are interested in HBS Non-Disclosure Agreement as well , here's http://goo.gl/HnU3Zo
Mediterranean street food...
Success brings long lines -- it is the American Way!
how long until the 'we're afraid of downtown' suburbanites chime in saying that this completely unique and unprecedented event was 'handled horribly' and 'the RTA is the worst?'
have fun everyone!
The east side Rapids weren't bad.
Point taken Chuckles, but why not issue a statement against the restriction?
No! Minimum wage needs to be increased state-wide. A city-only increase will kill Cleveland. Businesses WILL LEAVE taking jobs with them. In addition, there seems to be an assumption that by increasing minimum wage in Cleveland, people in Cleveland who are now living at poverty level will start getting better pay and will get off government assistance- but who says that it will be Clevelanders getting the jobs? Many of the local stores/restaurants have a high turnover of employees. When they hire new employees, there are no guarantees that these places will hire Cleveland residents. You can bet that teens and those who are working at minimum wage jobs in the burbs right now won't think twice about coming in to Cleveland to work so they can double their salaries. And those people will not return to Cleveland to do their shopping!
This will be a disaster if it goes Cleveland-only.
What time to the street closures START? Are they all day tomorrow?
am a dub fan here in Cali, but this made me appreciate what the Cavs did.
Congratulations to Lebron, the Cavs and the city of Cleveland.
Hopefully we can start a rivalry that meets in the finals for years to come.
Good Job NIKE!
Where are the cages?
Very simple ... FUCK YOU
Does anyone not grasp the concept of how increased wages create more buying power and jump-start to a healthier city economy?
If I suddenly made so much more money-I'd go to Dave's ONLY. We as clevlanders are aware of community and sitting back and allowing people to rot in an urban setting because of low wages is completely out of the question. People making$15 an hour come OFF food stamps and state assistance.
Sudden buying power is powerful! Why on earth would EVERYONE assume it to be the apocalypse? Stay in the game, Dave's! Let it ride out a while. If you're so committed to the low buying ability of the not-so-sexy urban areas of Cleveland, why abandon it? You have customers and are obviously making money there. Do you to leap away from a solid customer base? Why? You have committed customers that love your stores! With more $ they will spend more!
Where is the common sense to anyone's arguments?!
The more I hear about them, the more they sound like a joke. Bunch of nobodies and wannabees. Meh.
Chuckles the Clown
- Circus Maximus -
OPEN LETTER TO:
Dan Gilbert, Cleveland Cavaliers Team, Coaches, and Crew:
From the earliest time I can remember, I have been a "Cleveland VS Everybody" fan before it was ever a popular slogan plastered across the chest of t-shirts. I was a toddler when my father took me to my first Cavs game, and the to see the Indians and the Browns. No matter the season, nor the records we held over the years; this city was proud. Not proud of the losses, or proud of the mistakes and nicknames we were maliciously given by our rivals and "haters" but proud of the people who live in this town and its surrounding areas.
Clevelanders were proud of the hard work they put in at the Ford plants, steel mills, factories, and The Port of Cleveland. Proud of the local businesses, rich ethnic and cultural values and religious traditions. Proud of landmarks such as: Westside Market, University Circle and Edgewater Park with some of the best seats in the house for Fourth of July fireworks.
Then, it happened...the alleged "Cleveland Curse." The sad part, is that for so many years, we Clevelanders bought into that nonsense! We accepted mediocrity and those awful names like : Cleveland Clowns or Mistake By The Lake and dutifully accepted the dark cloud and impending doom. Well, NOT ANYMORE!!!
Today is a NEW DAY!!! Today we Clevelanders have risen to the challenge, not only in the sports world but in the city and surrounding areas as a whole. We have some of the best and brightest amongst our schools and workplaces. We have courted: The RNC, Fortune 500 companies, Development Groups, investors and Hollywood! Business is booming and the growth of this city both personally and professionally has been astounding.
While we still have much growing to do in equality and transparency, for one day, we were all "family". We were "All In", and it was ALL about Cleveland as a community. No ones job title, skin color, bank account, or religious background mattered. We were all: happy, engaged in our city, and proud of where we come from. We celebrated together, not only for our Cavaliers, but also of the recent successes of our Lake Erie Monsters winning the Calder Cup, Stipe winning the UFC belt and our Cleveland Indians currently being in 1st place in the Central Division. Wow! Just Wow!!!
So ...Thank You Cavaliers! Thank You Tyronn Lue. Thank You Dan Gilbert. Thank you my fellow Clevelanders!!! Because of you, we are "All In", "One for All" and "All Together," but most importantly we are ALL CHAMPIONS for our city....CLEVELAND!!!!
How weird is the radio call at the end NOW? ;)
Uhhh yea let's see how many people come flocking to cleveland now that we've won a championship!!! Hahaaa GO CAVS!!!
Thank you Eric Sandy! My Pit Bulls, Lorain County Pit Crew and Forrest thank you for this article. Get in touch with me so I can tell you all about our pit advocacy group and what we have in motion!
June 29- 5, 2016
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