I would respectfully disagree with Bridget's assessment of how his players feel. Having had two sons play for this gentleman I would replace "feared" with "loved." He is a rarity.
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try the same little exercise with Pittsburgh, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Milwaukee, Cincinnati and see if the results are appreciably different. Detroit predictably fared about the same as well. It was also misleading to suggest that any of the aforementioned cities received "a few" positive auto-completes unless you consider "segregated" or "racist" positive attributes. C'mon Scene you can do better than this . . ..
I am sorry you were treated poorly in that public venue by someone with apparent government authority. He was wrong.
By the way, niether God Bless America, nor the Lee Greenwood songs are the national anthem. People seemed confused by that, when they stand and/or insist that caps be removed. It cheapens the national anthem, in my opinion, when these other songs are elevated in importance to the same level as the national anthem.
And @NJL1966 would respectfully disagree with your analysis. The first amendment protects the indians fan from the government official not vice versa. Thanks.
supportthebrew missed the point, and the history. To say Sullivan's closed because of lack of customers is a little like saying falling won't kill you but the sudden stop when you hit the ground will. Sullivan's closed because the original owner sold the business to someone who promptly mismanaged the business, in my opinion, by firing staff to the point where the quality of service and product suffered. there was a cascading of problems caused to the point where folks just stopped going.
disagree that the Irish theme has run its course. There are quite a few Irish themed bars in Lakewood and Westpark, however none had the authentic pub feel of Sullivans. This was a genuine pub and a great place to go for some conversation, some Irish offerings on the menu, some conversation and a great place to be when they had live music. I do not agree that a bar first atmosphere with some kitchen and lots of TV's is something that Lakewood does not already have in abundance. The big room at winking lizard, quaker steak, Johnny Malloy's and too many smaller places to mention already fill the need.
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