"Get a real job....You chose to shake your silicone at some ganky dude for 5 bucks instead of getting a degree and landing a real gig...."
Dude, some of these girls have Master's degrees and probably make 5x what you make.
I have refrained from responding to any comments in the Scene or PD articles. However, I will address MyFriendRests' comment, since that person decided to make their own assumption regarding me and the tape. Christina might have been a friend of yours or person you knew for a little while, but we have known and loved her, more than anyone else, for 35 years. You know nothing about me or my family if you think we would ever exploit Christina by sending out that tape to the media. My family and I had and still have legitimate questions regarding her death. We felt the need to provide that tape to the Cleveland Heights Police Department because of the glaring discrepancies on it in hopes they would investigate her case further.
MOST IMPORTANTLY: We NEVER sent the tape to Scene or any media outlet. It was the CHPD Law Director, John Gibbon, who provided that tape, along with her subpoenaed phone records (and other information) to the media. So, I encourage you to please call Mr. Gibbon and CHPD and express your disgust to them.
Cleave and land
A place divided
A place of the middle
City of medium shoulders
East and West sides
Not Eastern, like Pittsburgh
Not Western, like Kansas City
Between New York and Chicago
Some of each, and all
Forty one degrees latitude, that of Rome
Hills and iron and looming steel works
Bridges, walls, deadmen's curves of unyielding concrete
Ancient stone and coin and fabric on the Circle
A city of high standards
And low expectations
Golden, moderate, average
Nature loving the leafy, hilly marine microclimate
A land of beauty and gravity and wind
Flyover country, swells high over ships under every flag
Green, coppery sweet sea glinting onto
Brown buildings, brownfields, Browns players
Now and again warm in January
I married on a cold June day
Some rich, many desperate
White, black, brown, hillbilly and metrosexual
People and things from all places
A city not rising
A city not falling
City of greats, an unstoppable Tribe in '95, a late Continental Airline
City of cheats, a petty fat Jimmy eating the town
City of healing, a hope to sick hopeful around the world
City of endowment, and debt, and art
A wild, dangerous place
Sleepy and conservative, a backwater that gets big acts
Stopped by the breaks, the decisions made or unmade
A hard city of hardy people and cloudy days
Straight lines and a crooked river
The softest surf on smooth warm sand
The finest symphony
Kitch and class, airshow to zoology
Maker of presidents, mother of inmates
Cleve and land, an odd word
Cleveland, a fine spot for the show
Of the cosmos
On the fifty, behind the plate, center of the center section
Better seats than many might dream
Not knowing of
Home in the Forest City
Take pride in your city! There may be some downfalls to Slavic Village but their food is amazing! Not to mention that Ohio City, Tremont and Coventry are completely bringing back the younger scene and have killer restaurants and shops! They are also great places to live as a college student! I would know I am one! Also the fact that this city is always united with their sports teams is unbelievable! Cleveland is the city and it is a damn great one! So take your negative comments somewhere else... it is no longer okay to bash this city. This is where you live, make it great!
"So Maryland follows Ohio in the swear rankings but is also listed as one of the most couteous? This study is pretty fucking stupid."
Maryland = MD
Mass = MA
You are the one who is fucking stupid joaircare.
Hellz yeah bitches! Take that L.A.!
as a mechanic, i can say, your best bet to stay both legal and warm is an engine block heater, you simply plug it in to an electrical outlet, it keeps the coolant in your block warm via electromagnetic energy, therefore, you do not have to let it sit and idle, you have instant heat, and the joy of pissing off the pigs
Slavic Village is still a beautiful neighborhood. The Catholic Churches there are amazing. It is sad what has happened to the neighborhood, but there are efforts taking place which will help make it a better place.
well, time to play smartass with the cops and get an engine block heater
Will Brandon Weeden be making personal appearances during this gala? Watching him flip autographed photos to the fans would be worth a trip to the place.
Suburban cops mostly act as if they are megastars on COPS....and not a punchline for Letterman.
yeah, but does it have those Barcolounger style seats that give you handjobs and have a built-in latrine?
"ColUmbia"?!? Really, "journalist"? You wouldn't spell it "Clevelind" would you? Same thing. Let's strive for eliminating the ignorant stereotype of America.
That is not the law. That is just one section of the law that pertains to vehicles parked on the road that may cause or hinder the flow of traffic on a paved part of a highway. Does not apply to private property!
@Justin, actually, in the list above, Colombia (the country) is misspelled as Columbia. Masha was correct in pointing this out.
There's no way this is real
Hold it now. Oakland, Houston, Hanoi and Beruit also made this list. Let's not start sucking each other's dicks just quite yet.
@Masha Because that's how it's spelled.
Yes, lets talk about the shooter and begin paving the way for another shooting. Stop talking about it. To piss many of you off as well as to make a point, I will say that more than likely, the kids at that table deserved it. Most of you are out of high school and have no idea the level of bullying that is present with kids. Again, for things like this to stop(which it won't), we need to stop glorifying the shooter and creating fictitious reasons for their demise (which we won't).
Here here a toast to my little corner of the world also known as Cleveland!!!!
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