Cleveland never had a subway system. Those photos are simply the lower level of the Detroit-Superior Bridge which was used by streetcars until 1954. There was never any subway throughout downtown.
Irish handjobs for errybody!
I also have been going to the links that the Ebola deniers( or should I say those who only note facts or partial facts that agree with their world view)
have been providing which note the bodily fluid transmission issue. They need to update to include sweat which the CDC now has acknowledged. Just hanging out waiting for the next reversal or addition.............
Contrary to his earlier statement that Ebola CANNOT be transmitted through the air, CDC Director Tom Frieden testified in front of a House subcommittee on 10/16 and said" EVIDENCE does not suggest Ebola is spread through the air". Why the small back track on his previous certainty? CDC has tweeted that Ebola can be transmitted by a cough or sneeze if the saliva or mucus comes in contact with the mouth, eyes or nose. I am very curious as to why some people seem so invested in swallowing the government line to the point that they mock those who aren't?
God bless you for this service to those in need. May it thrive without difficulties. If volunteers are needed please contact me. Available even and some weekends.
Godfather meets wire has to be Mahoning County....Youngstown, Ohio. Didn't check accuracy and my geography sucks cuz I thought we were the one below...lol but, Little Chicago, Murdertown, Gangland USA, Little Itally and on and on are nicknames for Y-town due to the heavy presence of Italian Americans and the mob. The widely known phrase "Youngstown Tune Up" was coined for the rash of hundreds of car bombings through the 60's and 70's killing many mobsters and their associates. I could go on for hours with facts but it's all at your finger tips to find out. You must be young Brian Finan? Ciao!
This is a big church, with MANY visitors as well as the regulars. Have went there in the past. Have to say, tho i haven't gone to church in a long time, that he was a good minister. His motto seems to be, that only death should stop the minister from serving. But there are way too many people there and many workers serving the dif functions, for an old man in his 90s to control.
Its terrible that with huge crowds and many of the "vile" who actually DO need help, will fall into their bestial habits and do their sick crimes. There are always families there, and a large sitter service in dif parts of the buildings. I also served as a sitter, so I know how it could get. Over crowed at times. Too many children to keep an adequate eye on all as needed as babies require the most attention. That can make it hard to even know when something has gone amiss, until you either hear something or notice a child gone. And with parents coming and going at all times, that makes it even harder.
Not making excuses, but I can see how it can happen. He would make them leave, once he knew for certain who had done what. He's not a quick man to judge or condemn, but those who would be criminal in his sphere of things will be turned out. I DO wish tho, that he would allow some of his members to turn them over to the police, and then just pray about it, if he felt led not to bring a railing accusation against anyone.
That would be why he doesn't do that. Because Christians are told not to bring a railing accusation against a fellow member, but to take it before the elders of the church. If these who do this, continue to commit their crime, while a member, then they must be dealt with. And they would be ousted.
I am glad tho, that there is an investigation. It will perhaps bring some of the criminals doing that, to justice. Thats the risk they take, when doing that. And perhaps some of the members will help, once one is behind bars and witnesses are needed.
Just stopped by Cha and honestly I will be surprised if they make it 6 months. Services was meh at bet and after waiting 15 min for fried mozzarella, we asked the bartender (who btw looks like shaggy from scooby doo!) where the food item was and his response was "like there making it..." How about - let me check on that for you (this would have been a much better response). So, the app came, and we tried but again, meh - not great and not bad. So, here's the best part; the pizza comes and we were pretty excited to try it but just as we take our first bite, the bartender leave out the side door (by our seats) with his buds, leaves the door ajar and they start smoking - ugh. I get that people need a break but when the wine bar was there, it was the central hub of the restaurant and off in some corner so Shaggy the bartender could go and smoke a butt! can't wait to see this place fail or at the very least bring into the neighbor hood more of Shaggy's buds and then go under. Either way, wait long enough by the river and eventually trash will float by you...
pierogi is not made with cheddar cheese either !! smh !
Where are these "Michigan bars"
Pierogi are boiled, not baked. Was it edible?
This is sad to hear. I, too, attended a George concert at a casino in Washington this summer. I was alone, but had a 2nd row seat. I looked behind me to make sure I wasn't bothering anyone, and was happy to see the entire crowd was on their feet.
There was a time I needed free. I will be donating much. God bless
This is Awesome.. It is a great thing to do for other people in need with out placing a price tag on the items.. KUDOS!
I am an old rocker also, and I am still standing . And when I am in my death bed, I will say to the nurse ....sweetypie...can u please play some guns and roses and at least my toes will be moving back and forth.
Never mind the fact that the biker ran a red light to confront the driver.
I have a lot of items to donate. Can I bring to anybody today??
Why ? Did Amber spit on the sales lady ???
Indeed the PD did a story on this. Horrific story even 70 years after the fact.
This is great. My seven year old has a box started to donate. Now I know where I can take and people won't profit from it.
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