First, losing The Plain Dealer does not mean the death knell for Cleveland as a large midwest city. Joining the 21st century and becoming more digitally informed is a good thing. Everyone posting on this story did so on some sort of electronic device. Second, anyone who thinks Faux News is balanced and shows "BOTH SIDES" of the story probably has a pocketful of coins with heads on each side. Third Joe18750, I don't know if it was a Freudian Slip or you just can't spell but the"Plain"Dealer should not be a source of inspiration for thinkers and visionaries. Colleges and universities inspire thinkers and visionaries, newspapers report news and entertain. Teachers inspire, pastors,priests,and rabbi's inspire reporters report.
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