In a Relationship
I used to think Tony Rizzo was a loyal supporter of the long-suffering sports fan. By claiming he knows "billionaires, senators, mayors, and governors" who want to shut our planned release of frustrations at the Browns' ownership, management, coaches, and players, he's proven himself to be just another SELLOUT, and the majority of fans have lost its complete respect for him. Thanks for choosing your wallet over your integrity, "Mr". Rizzo.
WOIO nineteen is going to release one of the best newscasters in the city? Who just happens to be a staple of Cleveland television?!
And BEFORE Christmas too?! What the HELL, WOIO?!
I'm actually heartbroken here...
Now THAT'S tough!
Apparently, the jerks are ALWAYS either rewarded or have their behavior is excused (exactly why we have the two "Presidential" candidates that we ended up with).
Meanwhile, the decent people either get crapped on or get derided for their kindness.
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Yeah, I also was VERY salty with James when he "took his talents to South Beach". It was never because of the fact that he left (hey, you get a better opportunity, take it). My issue was always about HOW he left. That he disrespected his team and city by informing us of The Decision along with the REST of the world instead of telling the city and team beforehand. So we had EVERY RIGHT to be unhappy with him... and as I already wasn't a fan, refusing to forgive him was east.
And yet, when James announced his return home, my resentment fostered more. And it grew when most of the city were willing to let bygones be bygones. And my response was "Just because the man decided to come home (with the two rings he got from Miami), you actually think it changes everything?! Well, not to me!" So he promised that he would bring us a title home.
And on Father's Day, 2016... James kept his promise to our city. No, I am still NOT a fan of James. But all that resentment and anger vanished. He kept his promise to my city... And I have forgiven him.
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Another Cleveland Institution...
Somebody more than likely operated in an illegal manner. That is the reason for the discrepancies within the organization.
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