Thanks for making fun of them for that bullshit
patio sucks sitting right on pearl road what a lousy place for patio
Do some homework. Take out a few books. Watch "The Crucible"...read about the history of Salem and what happened there. Learn about the Red Scare after WWI and then study up on the McCarthy era after WWII...paranoia and fear run rampant in America in dark and uncertain periods in our history, and we are again living through one of them.
There are no longer Commies and sympathizers under every bed, sharing space with the dust bunnies, but there's plenty of fear...of liberals, or so-called terrorists, of uncloseted gays, of fascists of all stripes, and of the bogeymen out to molest and rape and steal your jobs and your well-being.
The fear and paranoia will not go away magically after the election, either, because the fear will still be out there. It's fear of change, because America is changing rapidly, and some people will just have to be dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st Century.
Hey, it's not cool anymore to hunt down minorities and beat them up or kill them, so now it's clowns instead. Vigilantism and lynch mobs are an old part of American history, too. Read up on that, too, as long as you're in the library. If you think this clown thing is something innocent or something to laugh about...think again.
Chuckles the Clown
I'm originally from Chicago, home of the pan pizza (AKA "thick" pizza), but some of the best pieces of pie I ever had as a teen were at Casa Maria in Massapequa (L.I.)--real NY pies made by real Italians, who yelled at each other in Italian while doing it. And winking at the drinking age (18 in NY at the time) didn't exactly hurt their business, either. Can't wait for next summer!
Chuckles the Clown
There are absolutely NO NY style pizzas here on the westside. My wife comes from NYC and when she wants a slice, we will drive anywhere to see if it's the real thing. We can't wait till you open. Till than we will be off to NY again for true NY style pizza. Bring it on!!!
Well played Scene, well played. NEOMG adding to the circus does not help anything, other than their page views. I am happy to report I did not contribute.
All fun is right!!! We are all going to have a blast together!!!
In a desperate attempt to latch onto anything before "The Gong Show" on November 8, Don Trump pledges to deport all creepy clowns and build the wall extra high to prevent any southern border buffoonery through balloon animals, water squirting flowers and tricycles.
There are plenty of good pizzas in the area and we welcome more! Good luck to them beating out the competition as assuredly as they profess, but it's all in fun and I'll look forward to trying theirs next Summer.
shame the kid's work got ruined.
shame his parents didn't let him know that he was making a super racist piece of work.
shame Boston exists.
After seeing the stadium morph into a raucous enclave for Patriot Nation.....the Browns might as well play the home game versus the Steelers in Heinz Field -- to cut down on the travel expenses for the vast majority of ticket holders.
The before and after photos once the Edgewater Park and Euclid Beach pier projects are completed should garner even more national recognition.
All of you complaining about the SPEED or TEMPO of the songs ARE NOT REAL LAURYN HILL FANS -- If you were you would know she was sued for lyric and composition issues over Miseducation of Lauryn Hill LP years ago and settled the suit. In part, the agreement made it so she can not sing most of the songs from miseducation as they were originally composed.
Sorry the last paragraph in the article is a horrible thing to write towards the people that have helped The Daleys. They are facing several thousand dollars I hospital bills. I understand the need to raise money for Rachel, but his article makes it seems like Pete and Victoria are bad props and they aren't. Sorry if I was brash. No hard feelings towards Rachel, and as a mother I can't imagine going through this situation.
The Ohio Stadium Cake is an annual fundraiser for the endowed Stadium Cake Scholarship Fund, which was established in November 2004. The 200-plus pound cake is a slice above the rest, since donations to the scholarship fund can be made anytime through The Ohio State University Foundation's website.
Chock full of creepy single men , who are allowed to roam freely , with cell phones, all through the place.
She did not try to "milk the attention." She was made homeless by a fire someone else caused. Red Cross would not help because the fire originated in the other apartment. This is the first I've seen of media coverage of her and her boys. Complain?!? Sticky situation?!? Go help the other victims, Ashley, but please refrain from posting your cruel comments about my friend. 🗑
Seriously? Is she hospitalized? no! It's a sucky situation for all parties, but she is fine enough to complain and try to milk the attention.
Anyone else here old enough (or into history enough) to remember the OLA Fire?
Cleveland has an OLA in West Park, but this was the Our Lady of Angels on the West Side of Chicago.
Scores of children and nuns died. It was horrible. The stuff of nightmares. Kids died at their desks. Many kids (Cathoilic and otherwise) who grew up in Chicago (and other American places) in the same era (late Fifties) had the same nightmares....."it could have been ME...".
OLA was only a couple of miles from my old neighborhood, in a heavily blue-collar, ethnic neighborhood (mostly Polish and Italian). I knew people my age who lived closer...close enough to smell it. Use your imaginations, and try to wrap your heads around the rest of it. Not gonna go there.
All my life, I have been terrified of death by fire. Reading about famous fires as a kid didn't make it better, either...only worse. So thanks, but no thanks...I'm a history buff,,,but I think I'll pass on this one.
Chuckles the Clown
Mr Stroemple is a first class person to work with. I am confident that this spot will be a great addition to our community. Looking forward to visiting soon!
October 19-25, 2016
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