Alan's show sucks so bad since they let him go!
It sounds like an episode of "The Big Bang Theory" when Sheldon came up with glow in the dark goldfish.
I work at Barley part time for extra money. This drug-addled punch palace that McNulty calls is it is a joke. I've worked there almost two years and have never witnessed any drug action going on. Thrown out people for fight maybe twice. I understand him not wanting undesirable clientel (he can call them that not to sound racist). Personally i dont want that on West 25th either. Sam just doesn't want any competition from Bobby in my opinion.
Dude you were hammered. You ran in to a tree!
Your last comment makes no sense. Why don't you worry about learning correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation instead of "splattering brains". Obviously the ramblings of a man who still has temper-tantrums like a child or is unhappy with his sex life/penis size. This thread is boring me, peace to you brother.
Im guessing travis that your as lame as robs guitar solos, well its the same solo over and over and over and over. Like a long winded conversation with travis mom about his lack of sexuality with women. The fact you talk tough with a guy that will splatter your brains out is amazing. Before I leave for portland come see me and we will see who talks tough and who is tougj you fucking nancy boy dick suck fag!
Zumock acquitted = Chad wins. Zumock fired = Cleveland wins. It looks like we all have a reason to celebrate!
I quit the band you dumb fuck. Im so much better than all of u hacks. U r right I am a dick an asshole and a miserable fuck, but at least I aint in that band or reddstones lame duck no more. Travis I fucked your mom while listening to quad, lol she was as bad as quads new sound.
this year in ohio & all across this country there should be a bumper crop of weed being grown....it's hard work but we who grow will not be detered....we will grow regardless...b/c we love the sacred herb....
I am mr coste of this article and there are many things wrong with this? I have personally initiated women into Lodges here st the temple? Strange content that did not come from me and about Halcyon found it's way into this article. ..........more later...
Dear Kind Sir,
I wish you would have done more thorough research before posting your article....
Let me begin by saying how happy and relieved I am to have " forcibly detached [myself] from any semblance of normalcy," in a world where the media breeds insecurity and the majority has become afraid to leave their homes because of fear-tactics imposed on them by misinformed journalists and news producers with an agenda to gain ratings.
I am Sister Sarah, Master Mason within the Grand Orient of the United States of America, the Master of Atlantis Lodge #21, a resident of the state of Ohio, and a proud woman Freemason who became a Freemason at Halcyon Temple, was made a Freemason gladly, and proudly, by the Brothers of Halcyon Temple, who respect and support my membership to the Grand Orient. Had it not been for the acceptance of my dear Brothers at Halcyon, my Lodge would not exist, and I would not be the pioneer for woman seeking enlightenment through Freemasonry that I am today.
So I must ask, from what source did you glean this misinformation? It's no matter really. The masses have been slandering Freemasonry since its beginning... so much for that. The Grand Orient and Freemasonry as a whole have grown more in 2012 than any previous year in the past decade, and we expect the same rate to apply this year. I pride myself in the fact that I am a member of America's most progressive and esoteric con-Fraternity. We accept people from all walks of life because we are humanists... our main stipulation is that those seeking membership have a sincere want to unravel the mystery and deeper meaning of our human existence.
I regret that I am unable to attend the events this weekend at the lodge I consider my Masonic home. The guys at Halcyon are True Blue and their out-reach to their community is unmatched and will be unfettered by the silliness that this article entails. Next week, another issue of the Cleveland Scene will be published and this issue will be recycled; meanwhile Halcyon will stand tall for the celebration of its 138th year. I urge you and all those who read this article to do your own research. Action always speaks louder than words, which is why Brother Tommy Coste and I will continue our work lifting the veil and allowing the truth to shine through.
Sister Sarah Hallforth
Master Mason, Grand Orient, USA
Grand Master, Atlantis Lodge #21
Thanks for your understanding of my error in judgment. It's been a long day and there sure are many biased articles being pumped out through the internet in the last week or so. It's been a long, sleepless battle trying to expose them and educate people in my spare time.
Thank you also for taking the time to explain your reasoning behind that sentence or two. You are a good writer, doing a great thing to help inform the public on this issue.
I'm just trying to do what I can for the cause. The technology and widespread use of the internet and online forums these days is a fantastic tool for getting people involved in the marijuana legalization movement.
Lets get the word out and badger our state reps until they get this done. While they are at it why don't they release all the non-violet offenders locked up as well.
Winking Lizard's food is reminds me of my high school cafeteria. With so many awesome dining establishments around town why would anyone want to go to a Lizard?
I can see why they got rid of you. What's your deal man are you really that big of dick or are you just a tough guy when posting on message boards?
But also, thanks for the comment. There are some great thoughts up there and I think there are a lot of interesting elements to talk about going forward.
That line is probably an editorializing reach - and I should probably have expanded on the history behind similar bills in Columbus and their fates (perhaps as an upcoming 'history of marijuana legislation in Ohio' post, or something...).
I'll stand by that one, though, and add that I used that paragraph to pivot to organizations and people on the ground working to enact change. Hagan is certainly in a position to keep the conversation robust, but the dichotomy between his work and groups like NORML in Ohio shows where the more significant - and likely more meaningful - support lies.
I'm sorry. This is where I got that assumption from:
"Given the legislative precedent thus far, things don't seem overwhelmingly optimistic within state government."
I'm not sure where the accusations of anti-legalization bias are coming from... This is a pretty straightforward, albeit brief, update on some of the developments surrounding the push to legalize it in Ohio.
For the record, I'm all for legalization. And between Hagan's bills and the petition for a state amendment, there's plenty to report and discuss.
jeff you most certainly did not quit hodges i called them and told them about you and your history and they choose to end your employment, stop spreading lies it just makes you look bad!
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