The city needs another connector to the lakefront. The mall is a good spot; it's in the middle of the city. Quit calling everything this city does a boondoggle. You sound like moronic teabaggers. Does this city have any progressive voices in the media or are you all just too lacking in vision to see that the city is way too isolated from its own lakefront? That said, I hate the way this city pretends to welcome input from the public and the way they half-ass just about everything. The city's slogan ought to be, "That'll do."
I understand the point of the anti-Wahoo crowd, but to be honest, I was raised on Chief Wahoo and love the logo as a result. I won't bitch if the Tribe does away with him, but the PC crowd is beyond obnoxious and self-righteous about it. So obnoxious. I'm probably far to the left of most of anti-Wahoo crowd; the problem is that liberals do tend to focus on these issues that are of little actual real world consequence, and serve to do nothing but alienate middle-of-the-road types that make up so much of the Midwest. For the pro-WAhoo crowd, start being honest about the fact that you could see how he could be viewed as offensive to Native Americans, and admit that you love him because you were raised on him, even though it may serve to denigrate those who were here first and that our ancestors slaughtered for our own gain.
Please get this done! Short-cited voters who believe E Cleveland isn't dragging down Cuyahoga County are small minded fools. They'll jump over a dollar to get to a quarter every time. By any means possible!
Give me a break. What are you gonna do, sue the Scene and recover millions? Get over yourself.
Disappointing. My wife and I went there last weekend on a whim and it was great. Good food. Good tunes. Dick landlord apparently with a moron for a GM. Who operates a business in someone else's building without a lease? Got to be more to this story.
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