It's no accident that Angelo's is consistently listed as "the best" pizza in some poll or another. The pizza is as good as advertised, often better; and the crust is to die for. Try the deep dish style crust, you won't be sorry. Truth is, I don't even like what usually passes for pizza in Northeast Ohio. I routinely--about four times a month-- make the trek from Shaker Heights to Lakewood whenever I get a pizza jones. Actually, just about everything's good here: wings, salads, sandwiches, and the few non-pizza entrees I've tried have all been excellent. Service is attentive and courteous. There's usually a crowd, but it moves quickly.
The concern expressed by Mr. Cox for the welfare of his party appears, at the very least, feigned if not outright disingenuous. There's no indication that HE ever brought the referenced behavior to the attention of any ushers or security personnel, so that it could be dealt with immediately. Short of doing that, he's little more than a coward with a law degree. By doing nothing, he knowingly allowed a dangerous condition to persist; one that could have resulted in injury to ANY patron, not just those in his party!
If I were a patron that sustained an injury due to paper airplanes at the old stadium, I would have made a point of naming Mr. Cox, and his law firm, in any civil action.
One of the most eloquent pieces of prose, ever. James Bailey, Esq. should be on the Supreme Court!
Dumbass is a charitable assessment. I guess he thought he was pretty clever. I wonder how he'd feel about one of his team mates doing that to his sister or girlfriend?
What a couple of crazy kids. They must have been on something. In what parallel universe is it constructive to bully people working to save one's mother's life? If he can rationalize that, he probably has a good reason for stealing medical supplies and drawing a blade on police. I'm pretty sure he didn't care about the possible effect of his actions on other patients in the unit.
Hopefully, after he's dismissed from his job, he'll get plenty of time to reflect on his actions in one of our fine penal institutions.
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