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Re: “Guest Editorial: A Political History of Cleveland's Travesty in the Wake of the Brelo Verdict

Shady verdict? Apparently the author didn't pay attention to the very detailed and rational decision.

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Posted by Dave on 05/27/2015 at 11:57 AM

Re: “J.R. Smith Sums Up Last Night in Cleveland in One Video

Suddenly, the club has become the new era Bad Boys.....courtesy of Dellsanity.

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Posted by LakeErieSeaGulls on 05/27/2015 at 11:03 AM

Re: “Chagrin Falls Nanny School Heads to Court in Sexual Abuse Cover-Up Case

I am a graduate of ENGS and while I learned a lot about myself at this school, the most important thing I learned was it needs to be shut down. The staff only cares about their fancy cars and pay checks not about the children and families who are involved. Mr. Gaylord and the staff promise to be a sounding board and come to your aid if you ever have a problem with your placement, but I can tell you I was left on my own once they received their placement fee. That is until the three month window has passed and they can then charge another placement fee to the family if you wanted out of your position. I was placed with a family and had issues from the first week and in our training at the school we were told to immediately contact them which I did, but my calls and e-mails were never returned. I did my du diligence in looking into the school before paying the tuition, but I now know that they threaten legal action to anyone who posts a negative review of them. I am hopeful that a full investigation finally occurrs to put ENGS out of business for good.

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Posted by Jen Doe on 05/27/2015 at 9:19 AM

Re: “Consent Decree Arrives: Transformative Change Guaranteed

Watching Frank Jackson mumble his way through the press conference - looking equally befuddled and bored - was a fitting reminder that the decades of abuse was courtesy of career politicians too frightened to speak up and step outside the political machine to do what's right.......in fear of getting booted off the daily gravy train that leads to a double-dipping feed bag at the public trough.

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Posted by LakeErieSeaGulls on 05/26/2015 at 9:05 PM

Re: “Officers' 'Reverse Racism' Lawsuit Will Force City To Release Five Years of Cleveland Police Shooting, Discipline Records

If blacks were not involved so frequently in criminal behavior, they would have fewer interactions with the police, so says the black intellectual Jason Riley, who also said, the cemeteries of Chicago are not filled with black youth killed by cops.

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Posted by skeptic on 05/26/2015 at 6:03 PM

Re: “After Two Nights in Jail, More Than 50 Nonviolent Protesters and Observers Released On Monday Morning

Good job CPD. Don't let them get away with the garbage here you see in furgeson or Baltimore. "Non-violent" huh? How about fighting on e. 4Th and throwing signs at people, OH let's not forget about attacking them with pepper spray (a weapon). Don't want to be treated like animals then don't act like idiots. This rag is only good for wiping your ads with lately. The obvious bias of the SJW writers here who couldn't find a real job at a respectable paper is sickening. How about the fact CPD did what they promised and kept most people safe. Something your shitty writers fail to recognize. Bunch of clowns. Go get more tattoos and grow your beard longer so you can look like every other whitewashed hipster who think they're good with the urban crowd since they live in a neighborhood that used to be good but is now so watered down with white people it might as well be Manhattan. Go live in the real inner city and see how safe you feel you clowns. Guaranteed all the SJW writers grew up in the burbs like lakewood but claim to have urban backgrounds.

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Posted by fuck_the_SJWs on 05/26/2015 at 4:08 PM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

I'm sure CNN is upset we don't have an unqualified useless Mayor and wimpy Police commissioner like Baltimore, makes for terrible ratings.

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Posted by Middle Class on 05/26/2015 at 12:19 PM

Re: “We're With Him: LeBron Leads the Way to the West Coast and the Promised Crown

Close the series out and it'll be a bonus if Houston can push the Warriors to a game six. The championship rumble is shaping up to be a classic boxer v slugger, thanks to the Boston Celtics.....who awakened the Sonny Liston inside the Cavs, when the club was content to dance and jab to unanimous decisions.

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Posted by LakeErieSeaGulls on 05/26/2015 at 11:06 AM

Re: “Local Bulkley House Studio to Release First In-House Project

R.I.H
#RULERSHIPENT

Posted by Kenny Mook D. Glynn on 05/26/2015 at 11:04 AM

Re: “We're With Him: LeBron Leads the Way to the West Coast and the Promised Crown

I've been waiting for two days for this! Excellent piece, worth the wait! I don't know why I never read you before, but your unabashedly honest commentary is refreshing. You're easily my favorite sports writer in Cleveland after just a few articles.

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Posted by Lee Hawkins on 05/26/2015 at 10:52 AM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

If you think either side is entirely right, you're wrong. We as human beings don't have the luxury of being able to make descisions that don't have rippling repercussions for better and worse. Even the very wise cannot see all ends, ultimately we just need to love our neighbors and seek peace, not further division.

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Posted by MrBen on 05/26/2015 at 6:54 AM

Re: “Summer Guide: Drink and Be Merry

Iggys in lakewood is $3 whiskeys. On Wednesday with jam night

Posted by Iggy's Bar on 05/26/2015 at 12:32 AM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

Anyone who incites violence and calls for burning a place down and shouts F*the police, hits an old man at a diner must and needs to be rounded up and arrested. Their message was no longer heard and point was no longer being made it was all about making a scene, revenge, and violence...prejudice. I was out of town. But, if this is about the child being shot who pointed a realistic toy weapon, we need to go after the company who created a realistic toy weapon, they should be sued. That unarmed couple, ah, I don't understand further inquest needs to be done, I do believe, and you'd be shocked and surprised how many white suburban American's drinking Martini's think this way-don't beat up your defender's just because you think this way. Rioting and hurting solves nothing.

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Posted by Doni Finch on 05/25/2015 at 5:43 PM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

Anyone who incites violence and calls for burning a place down and shouts F*the police, hits an old man at a diner must and needs to be rounded up and arrested. Their message was no longer heard and point was no longer being made it was all about making a scene, revenge, and violence...prejudice. I was out of town. But, if this is about the child being shot who pointed a realistic toy weapon, we need to go after the company who created a realistic toy weapon, they should be sued.

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Posted by Doni Finch on 05/25/2015 at 5:35 PM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

Thx for the truth la ve behome!!!

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Posted by robinhoodwink on 05/25/2015 at 4:56 PM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

As a journalist, you shouldn't be showing bias in your articles. However, this article reeks of your opinion on the situation. Referring to patrons on E. 4th as the "white Saturday cocktail crowd" seems to be a bit racist on your behalf. Maybe go back to school and learn how to put together a proper news article.

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Posted by melissa75 on 05/25/2015 at 3:55 PM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

Sam made a biased report? Well if you were in Cleveland and downtown I'd like to hear your version. I was and it sounds about right to me.

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Posted by clevelander567 on 05/25/2015 at 3:22 PM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

Injustices endured by others. Lolz. The others are causing their own injustices by their own actions. Get real!

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Posted by eyeroll on 05/25/2015 at 1:28 PM

Re: “East Side Residents Gather in Lee-Harvard, Want Cleveland Politicians Out of Office

Perceived injustice? How about that the protesters Saturday night were arrested for NO REASON! One guy that got arrested,stepped out of line. The other 70 people did nothing wrong!

So do we have the right to protest or not? Or do we only have that right as long as the murderers known as cops, say we do!? Not only is the verdict a travesty, these arrests add insult to injury.

At the protest last night, one pig had his tattoos covered. Why? Part of it was sticking out and i could see "ve" sticking out. Leading me to believe it was some Latin saying that probably means something like" they can hate us as long as they fear us!" Or some other macho pig saying. Then he tried to lie and say it said "Diaz"

The police do respect the people they serve, but they want respect. FUCK THE POLICE!!

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Posted by Deo Odolecki on 05/25/2015 at 10:11 AM

Re: “Exactly What Happened on E. 4th and the Arrival of the Riot Police in Cleveland

While a Gonzo journalism T-shirt should be presented to the reporter, the past few days simply shows that the East/West divide is alive and well -- and a comment from 1973 by Hunter S. Thompson applies to the few in the region who take the tales from the street seriously....and view press conferences, with career politicians mumbling and stumbling through prepared texts, as bizarre ridiculousness to appease their puppeteers and - hopefully - sedate the tired masses who see through the lies: "If I'd written the truth I knew for the past ten years, about 600 people—including me—would be rotting in prison cells from Rio to Seattle today. Absolute truth is a very rare and dangerous commodity in the context of professional journalism." -- never drop that peyote button.

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Posted by LakeErieSeaGulls on 05/25/2015 at 10:08 AM

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