Why Ohio? Despair over the economy? The lack of education? What makes people here do this?
I'm not nave or stupid, at least I like to think so, but I don't understand. I'm an old geezer, so I lived through the Sixties and Seventies, and believe me, I did more than my share of inhaling. Did a lot of other stupid things, too. Watched junkies shooting up in New York and out West. But I was never dumb enough to join them. It wasn't just the fear and horror of needles, either. I liketothin
One possible harsh reality concerns the United States Environmental Protection Agency -- it may get gutted....as the trapdoor will soon be wide open and the padlock has been tossed into a dumpster.
I suppose if our logo was a caricature of a black guy everyone would be okay with it?
Anyway, I thought this contest was just for fun, not to make a statement. It's not like they're using the winner to actually change the team.
Cleveland Bazaar also has a Holiday Retail Lab in Tremont that's open every day through the end of December. http://www.clevelandbazaar.org/holiday-sho…
Sounds like its 1.25BN makeover with 885MM coming from financing.
It would be un-American to stand between an oil company and money, especially if we're talking native or poor people. The government always picks money.
Is the Great Lakes Stainless Steel Keg Growler actually manufactured by Great Lakes? Or is made by some local growler manufacture?
- Long Live Rock -
zostrows - I call BS. the splash pad is QUITE FAR from the street, and nobody who ever uses it is ever in any danger of buses. you're either a) lying, or b) never there to actually witness how it's used.
it's *slightly* less aesthetically pleasing, but nowhere near the HUGE COSTS to working folks who use public transportation. stop being a classist dipshit.
"Few more creative offerings" or "a few more creative offerings"?
This would take so much away from the square if they opened it. In the summer, all of the farmer's markets and food truck days are huge draws...allowing buses to go through not only makes it unsafe for pedestrians (the splash pad is very near the street, dangerous for children), but it will make the square much less aesthetically pleasing.
North Dakota's governor has now ordered the expulsion of the protesters.
City council is the mayor's free stamp.
Before this nightmare ends, the powers-that-be will have flame-throwers and will know how to use them.
I prefer to say "First Skank"...
Chuckles the Clown
Time to either update or delete, guys...going on twelve hours now. Asleep at the switch, mods?
Chuckles the Clown
You are so brave. You didn't deserve to be treated this way by your family. You didn't deserve to be attacked and abused. My heart hurts for you. You are not alone. Thank you for speaking out...secrets kill. Thank you for being brave enough to publish this. Thank you and much love.
Lisa Roberson has done some fine work in sussing out the details Sussing? Really Eric. So basically sold your soul like big media. So when does "sussing" turn into real journalism? Way to go Scene and Chronicle. In the next 1-2 years, you are going to see a backlash against the media.
When interviewing by phone a student who was sheltered in place during the active shooter investigation.....CNN's Carol Costello asked where he was located - a stupid question which could have placed the interviewee and others in immediate danger, since criminals/terrorists can monitor TV news for information on locations that could be soft targets during the initial confusion.
I saw the original lock -up, and became so interested in Nick. I recently saw the episode again, and was so happy, cuz I found out his name, and wanted to contact him. (I couldn't remember his name, and tried so hard to find it on the MSNBC site, but couldn't find it in 2014 when it first aired) For some reason, that man touched my heart, and now I found out his name, and sadly he is gone. I thought he would be one of the ones that would overcome his addiction. I am just horrified to learn of his death, even though I didn't know him. I could tell he was a gentle soul, and at the time, so scared of what sentence he was going to get in prison, etc. This is just about the most sad ending possible. Bless you, his friends, for loving him. That's about all I can say. If you'd like to share anything about Nick, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening. Becky P.
December 7-13, 2016
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