It's not that good... It's cheap but a joke compared to Great Lakes
Taco Bell has not used paper bags for at least a decade.
This would be funny if they were all #2. It's also kind of dumb to include injury substitute quarterbacks that started one game.
Racism will end only when people can get a life and get over something as trivial as Chief Wahoo. If and only then. It's harmless. Unfortunately weak minds in this country will likely prevent that. The point about the Indians not being top ten merchandise is a stupid misuse of statistics. Being a middle-low market, the likelihood of the Indians being top ten with any logo is slim, especially with their lack of success. Also, the idea of a curse is ludicrous as if supernatural powers are worried about baseball.
Again reasonable comments. People that a born in a place and then move immediately are not the best example but ok. I know TV shows are not the only thing, but the fact that they all go to Cleveland and very few go to Columbus is telling. Michael Symon has brought a lot of attention to the city. But Zack Bruell has been plugging away at New American fine dining for a long time and lot of of those shows aired before Michael Symon was really popular (before he was an Iron Chef). But the fact that Michael Symon has helped isn't really a knock, it just means that something great came out of Cleveland. It's kind of like saying the W. 25th is only doing well because of Great Lakes Brewing Company. Most places usually have anchors. You could say Columbus would barely exist if it wasn't given the government because there is no real reason to have a city there. I have a job but sure the economy is tough right now. The only thing I have to disagree is that "people knock Columbus all the time." A few in the know people do but Cleveland is knocked far more by ignorant people.
@Jackie I find your last comment to be pretty reasonable. I am not making unfounded claims however. It is true that Cleveland dining gets a lot of national press and Columbus dining gets virtually none. Just look TV food shows and the fact that Cleveland has celebrity chefs. But the college people is what makes up a large part of the scene. I don't think all college students are losers. I am a college graduate myself. I think most of the ones at these places are. But I highly doubt you have really experienced the greatness of Cleveland as well with its dining, real people, and outdoor recreation. A small list of people from Cleveland: Wes Craven, Don King, Paul Newman, Arsenio Hall, Bob Hope, Halle Berry, Jim Brickman, Drew Carey, Tracy Chapman, Ernie Anderson, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Henry Mancini, Eric Carmen, Chef Boyardee, Harvey Pekar, Superman, and we have some rappers too just like Bow Wow in Bone Thugs, Kid Cudi, MGK, and Chip.
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