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creepy is NOT A PROTECTED class so its not discrimination...
Creepy, is not a trait like skin color race, or sexual orientation....
How many of you right wingers used creepy to discriminated against transgenders using the bathroom, of their gender???
so SHUT up!!
RPM, and ESM were victims of the catch one bus rule....
The single buses (RPM - the #14/#19 - ESM the #1 bus) to RPM and ESM drove from downtown, through multiple neighborhoods,
John Adams area
and across multiple school, and gang territories and dropped those kids off right smack at the front door. THE FRONT DOOR OF THE MALL!!!.
The fights, the disturbances were inevitable. PLUS the Mal managements VISIBLE reduction of security contributed to the perception that they were not safe places.
The truth IS what it IS. And I say this as a African-American male who hated going to these malls because of the foolishness. Once the foolishness came then the older money goes, then the older stores will go. Once they go then the spaces are filled up with "Teen/urban/2nd tier" stores, and its only a matter of time till the anchors leave. I think Dillards or Hornes was the first. Once the anchors are gone. then you can kiss it goodbye.
Its all about perception.... and the PERCEPTION is/was that RPM was not safe and you had to deal with kids acting stupid. Beachwood had better take note. Do you think Nordstrom or Sacks are going to stay if there are kids fighting in the corridors.
And yes in these cases ts our lovely Black kids/ children that are doing this stupid S***t... There I said it, the elephant in the room has been revealed
Obviously you have never been to the west side market where ground beef is processed, and sold on a continual basis. I really don't think that there will be too much of a problem, if the beef is ground and then immediately cooked.. the only issue I see in your post is the possibility of contamination if the grinders is left with meat still in the blades, and uncovered in the walk in for a great length of time.
Earth wind and fire, and Marvin Gaye
2011 the best ever... Really... Turning the corner REALLY???
80% of the things you mentioned there are improvements within the borders of DOWNTOWN...
(e30th, Tremont, the lake, w25th)
What is happening in the neighborhoods...???
Absolutely NOTHING. There are still areas in Cleveland where crime is rampant, houses are copper stripped every day, and college grads cant wait to get out of town after they get their diploma. Sure there is a LOT going on if your a tourist, a visitor, but if you live here you cant afford most of what goes on downtown. Have you seen the cost of a Sports ticket lately, and very few can afford to eat at any of symon's restaurants. So turning the corner... I don't think so, there may be a corner somewhere but we haven't reached it yet
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