LMAO , you dumb ass , line means everything. let me be your local !
Betting sports is 50/50, either one team covers, or the other one does. Same with totals, it either goes over , or it doesn't. That means on each game you have. 4 choices and 2 will hit! That's why I play. I lose some and win some. But I know that Vegas and bookies aren't giving money away and there is no such thing as a sure bet. You would be a fool to pay someone for advice on a line. You have a better chance of guessing than you do if you take the sucker bet. Chances are, if it looks to good to be true, it is. Browns +10 vs the Patriots? No one makes that bet. But all the common minds say "The Browns suck! Patriots will kill them!" Bye bye paycheck! "The saints lost bye 30 last week! Panthers will torch them!" Nope! Fade the public! Take the dogs ! Stack money! Good luck to all!
I'm disappointed too, I really liked 87.7. And, yes I do agree that the Latino community does need a radio station here to represent them. However I don't think 87.7 is the best long term choice for that, full time Spanish programming should be on another local FM station. Why? Whatever format survives on 87.7, the fans will be very disappointed in September 2015. I didn't get to read every comment, so don't know if this was touched upon: *87.7 is NOT a radio station!* It is actually a TV station. What you are hearing on 87.7 is actually the audio from a low powered ANALOG TV station on Channel 6. Analog channel 6 could always be picked up on 87.75 FM, but Cleveland never had a Channel 6, so a lot of people here didn't know about this. Places like Columbus had a channel 6 where you could hear the audio on your radio. That being said,
WLFM is actually operating under a FCC loophole. FULL power analog TV stations had to go digital or go dark a few years ago. Low power TV stations like Ch. 6 and Ch. 35 don't have to do that till September 2015. And you won't be able to hear the audio from digital Ch. 6 at 87.7 or anywhere else on the FM dial. People in the radio industry call these loopholed TV/radio operations "Franken-FM's".
A long sad trip from the old days of MMS. Amazing considering the local live music scene and the mega shrine at the bottom of east 9th street. What the hell is everybody listening to?
how are they scumbag leaches? nobody told the guys betting through them they had to bet , lol. its a persons decision to gamble or not, they just field the bets, pretty simple and are FAR from scumbags. scumbags are people selling crack to kids.
Was disappointed when 107.3 sold out then excited again for Cleveland Sound! Now back again to absolutely no radio station with a wide variety of music! What a shame for the Rock Hall City! I was angry when Archie was let go - strictly a business decision I was told when I called to vent my disappointment.... Then I felt sick when they brought in the 2 new Old guys Stansbury and Zumock- Please - didn't feel quite right since then and now I know why! Hopefully Rocko can come up with a third alternative as both 107 and 87 were great stations!
Kalie's in South Euclid is far better than all of these places!
89.3 FM and 91.1 FM have plenty of great rock 'n' roll if you familiarize yourselves with their program schedules. I wasn't impressed with 87.7. Latin music might be better, depending on what they play.
Anyone who says "Yes blows dick" doesn't understand music. You don't have to personally enjoy their sound, but you can't deny their virtuosity and extremely intelligent and creative writing. It makes you sound stupid.
great 92.3 and now 87.7 Why can't this format stick around? Anyway, now I can hear Venga Boys every hour!
First 107.3 went back to The Wave, and now this. For a city with the Rock Hall, our radio station selection is pathetic.
i like some van halen. that part wasnt cool!!
The Bolognese Burger is delicious!
Judge Stokes just filed her response, denying all allegations made by the Grievance Committee. That sure sounds like an unsupportable position to me. If ANY of this can be proven she needs to be removed.
87.7 was the best around! It was great while it lasted though. There are so many other options for Latino music on the radio in the area but only one 87.7. Hopefully they buy another station!!
I will bet they still want privacy. They want privacy from answering 1 million questions 1 million times over from 1 million different people. They don't want to be gawked at, photographed, stared at or viewed as weird different or unusual. They now realize that they must live the rest of their life without resources and must scramble for whatever resources they can get. By now some of the sting is wearing off and they are becoming emotionally stronger and will be able to tell their story in their own words and on their own terms without having to respond to someone else's question or comment. These three are not going to get a $20 million settlement from the state of Ohio. It is highly unlikely for a variety of reasons that they will be able to work for a living in either the short or long-term. They must make a living anyway they can.
It's sad when most of the good music in Cleveland is being played as bumper music. i.e. RMG, Alan Cox & Ken Carman
Yes - but do they have Cumin lamb - which is our favorite at Gourmet Wonton. And the three kinds of dumplings ramen soup - is also killer.
But since we shop at Tink Holl - its definitely time to sit down and try out some of this fare...
The first rule of Szechuan Gourmet is you don't talk about Szechuan Gourmet.
This is horse shit. What are they thinking? They should call our neighbors down in Columbus CD 102.5 ask them for advice.
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