If Sam Allard wants me to read his posts he should not put vulgar words in the headlines. A serious reporter wouldn't do that. So, I will blow off reading this as it is apparently not intended for a wide audience.
Guy admits he runs red lights "all the time" and the cop lets him off?
I don't look at Scene's constant slide shows because they are just trying to boost the hits of the site without actually providing worthy content. And I don't care about the restaurant scene, foodies, or celebrity chefs. I wish there was some actual journalism going on at scene. You do realize you're covering the most corrupt city in America, right? Act like it!
Yes, Jeff, hands-free is okay. There should be uniformity across the region and state on this so everyone knows what the law is wherever they are driving.
I used to like Chief Wahoo as a fun logo to the team. But when I thought about it I realized that this is a community's baseball team and it should not cause anyone in the community to be legitimately offended and alienated. It's interesting that in the early days of pro sports no one made such a big deal about changing team names. Now people act like a team name or logo can never ever be changed. Why? I'd strongly prefer Cleveland's baseball team to just change the entire name, and if people want it to have history then choose the Spiders. But as to Chief Wahoo, that logo should've been dumped a looooong time ago, and it is embarrassing to Cleveland that we hang on to it.
That stuff doesn't belong on broadcast radio where only a few select people get the opportunity to program shows that can be heard on radios in Cleveland. Only an extremely pretentious DJ who wants the station to be as alienating as possible to human beings would play it on their airwaves for long periods of time. He's free to post all the noise he wants on the internet for those who seek it, but it's perfectly reasonable of WRUW to want programming such that a listener can actually tell that the station is broadcasting at all.
89.3 FM and 91.1 FM have plenty of great rock 'n' roll if you familiarize yourselves with their program schedules. I wasn't impressed with 87.7. Latin music might be better, depending on what they play.
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