Alright, I'll give it a shot once the top secret classified label is removed.
Watch out, Chicago, IT'S A TRAP!!!
Ah, Beachland Ballroom, can't wait to see another show there
The lighting is quite colorful....and trippy....
Ra Ra Riot. Throw back a bottle of beer!
Weapons of Mass...Creation, lol. Clever.
If they end up legalizing pot, then there need to be some very strict laws laid down in regards to where you can't light up (around schools for example, in cars, etc), similar to restrictions placed on alcohol. If we can keep the pro-smoking/anti-smoking and pro-alcohol/anti-alcohol separated, then I don't see why we couldn't do that with pro-pot/anti-pot people.
Maybe Cleveland is trying to breed giant mutant goldfish to help in our invasion of, um, Mars?
Wow, just wow. Look, drinking and driving isn't this minor thing to be taken lightly. People die because other people drive drunk.
Well, the article is a good read, all about baseball and the ridiculous TV contract fees that the consumers end up paying for. I used to be a really big sports fan until I realized saving up my money to support my local sports team is basically stupid. I'm all for supporting Cleveland, I try to support any local business or restaurant any chance I get, but I draw the line when I feel I am being gouged because the system is broken. If you're paying someone my yearly salary for them to throw a ball for one inning every now and then, something's wrong with this picture. And when that millionaire who makes all that money has the nerve to yell at me or "call me out" for not dropping what takes me 5 hours to earn so I can "support him" and watch him earn all that money, well, that tends to piss me off slightly. Athletes are not heroes, and they are far from even people that we should be looking up to. They reap the benefits of a broken system, one that has allowed them for too long to get whatever they want and collect more and more money. Yes, some of them do good, but they do no more good than the average person does when you consider the resources that they have at their disposal (and that they are contractually obligated to do some PR "good works"). You can raise my cable or whatever else costs you want, it will get to the point where I'm done with it, and I'll just walk. I now go to maybe 3 games per year (that's Cavs, Indians, Browns, Monsters combined) just because I disagree with the ridiculous amount of money being thrown around and how much cash I have to drop just to get in the door. See, I don't like it, so I choose not to waste my money on it.
I didn't love the show but this review is ridiculous. They aren't non-chalant, they're just reserved and somewhat shy. And people did not leave. That is just not true. The concert hall was almost filled by the end. Actually, more people kept coming as they sold tickets until about 10 PM. Again, I didn't think the show was anything special but this review was just lazy and the reviewer seems to have some vendetta against the band.
It would have been nice if the entire story could have been posted here.
Another horrible reminder that the only road offered by drugs is one that ends tragically for people and their families. For the sake of all the victims, I hope they catch the cowards behind this. Regardless of circumstances, no one deserves to be executed like that, especially innocent people that were only in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Well, I was going to say that this article was somewhat informative for those of us that really don't know a whole lot about the history of Freemasons (and I say somewhat because I feel this dive into history really only dipped 1% below the surface), but the issues of accuracy give me pause. On one hand, it's great that attention can be brought to something that has been a part of Cleveland's history for so long; on the other hand, if the representation isn't accurate, what's the point of bringing it to everyone's attention?
Alan's show sucks so bad since they let him go!
It sounds like an episode of "The Big Bang Theory" when Sheldon came up with glow in the dark goldfish.
I work at Barley part time for extra money. This drug-addled punch palace that McNulty calls is it is a joke. I've worked there almost two years and have never witnessed any drug action going on. Thrown out people for fight maybe twice. I understand him not wanting undesirable clientel (he can call them that not to sound racist). Personally i dont want that on West 25th either. Sam just doesn't want any competition from Bobby in my opinion.
Dude you were hammered. You ran in to a tree!
Your last comment makes no sense. Why don't you worry about learning correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation instead of "splattering brains". Obviously the ramblings of a man who still has temper-tantrums like a child or is unhappy with his sex life/penis size. This thread is boring me, peace to you brother.
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