Shingler's a dope. the streets also enter squares in Madrid from the outside, not the center of a side. and neither he nor McCormack nor anyone have any plan for reimbursing RTA for their losses. route cuts will follow, but Shingler probably doesn't care. because rich white asshats hate poor black folks. that's basically it.
I work in sales and have grown up in the Cleveland area my whole life. I can assure you we have an accent that I wasn't even aware of it until a few years ago. When my company has national sales meetings and sales reps from all over the country come together they all make fun of the way I talk. It's very subtle to use but I can assure you it's there. Literally it's the running joke at sales meetings. Hi I'm Aaa-shley I'm from Cleee-vel-aaand. I find it humorous and unique so I don't mind. Good article!
We went there a few weeks after it opened. Our server knew nothing and had to be told more than once that our bill was wrong (she charged us full price for happy hour drinks and then questioned us when we pointed out they were supposed to be a different price, which means she was charging every other table in her station full price instead of happy hour price). Considering the fact that there seemed to be more employees milling around than customers when we were there, we were surprised at how long it took to initially be acknowledged by our server (we finally had to stop a different server to ask for glasses of water), have her return with our drink order (at least 15 minutes), receive our food (wrong food was brought to us twice) and finally receive a corrected bill. When the food arrived, we were disappointingly surprised at the size of the portions. Don't go in there expecting to make a meal on 2-3 tacos. The tortillas are slightly larger than a slice of lemon. Happy Hour special when we were there was five for $5, and you need all five and then some if you're not planning to eat dinner after you leave. And if you're there for dinner when it's not happy hour and you're paying $3 or more per taco, expect a fairly steep bill for not much food. The guacamole was served in a very small ramekin and was, if I remember, $6 or $7. it really was a single serving, and it was just plain, old guacamole. The whole thing was an overpriced letdown. We left hungry and annoyed. We thought about calling or writing the owners, but we figured it wouldn't be open long enough to get a response.
Wannabe "man of steel" Mike White would be going full Napoleon complex on the CTU -- ordering Nate Gray to start a slush fund for dirty tricks and commanding the weak-kneed editors at The Plain Dealer to destroy the union's leadership through rumors and innuendo.
The denial is strong in here. Cleveland does have an accent. Listen to the Triv Show, that's it.
The biggest complaint I hear about is simply the process. Apparently you can't split tabs and they make you open a tab as soon as you arrive, and then all the food arrives on one tray as stated. Sounds like they should make a few adjustments to have success. I am still going to wait... perhaps by end of the summer they will have things figured out.
I had a fantastic experience there the weekend before the RNC. Great food, great service and you can't beat the atmosphere. Sounds like they are headed in the right direction.
Nope, born and raised in NEO and I've never spoken like this or noticed anyone I know who speaks like this.
I've lived in Cleveland my entire life and NEVER have I said 'kee-yan-dee' for 'candy' or 'cot' for 'cat'. That's how people from the Pittsburgh area say it, not people from the Cleveland area. I'm confused.....
Having lived here my whole life, I didn't really notice the NEO or upper-rust belt accent until I moved away. I assure you, friends, after hearing the difference... if your husband's name is Todd, you're calling him Tahd, not Todd. Naht that there's anything wrong with that, but we definitely sound weird anywhere else we go. Think how somebody from Wisconsin sounds to you; that's how we sound to everyone outside of this area.
I have lived in Northeast Ohio my entire life. I don't know anyone who pronounced cat or candy that way. I have traveled extensively and people have actually asked me to repeat particular phrases for them because they say that have never heard anyone speak so properly and without an accent of any sort. When I tell them where I am from they say, "Oh - that's why!"
If there is such a deep accent here, it would have been helpful to hear of more than two examples ...
Excellent article, but the claim that the Northern Cities Sound Shift represents "the largest transformation of spoken English in more than a thousand years" is pretty obviously absurd. How about the Great Vowel Shift or the cumulative phonological processes that led us from Old > Middle > Early Modern > Modern English?
So great to hear Wishing you. Great success HATS OFF CARL
Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.
Fuckin cry me a river seriously
Seriously this is the most bull shit I've heard in a while like really FUCK YOU whoever wrote this shit rip Scott Weiland your voice lives on
Chris Berman will be available next year to provide the commentary....."Back-back-back-back-back-back, Gone!" / "Rumblin', Bumblin', Stumblin!" / "Whoooop!" / "Doink!" / "Boom Boom Boom!"
Another sock heard from. Probably the same one, actually. I rest my case.
Let the voters decide.
Chuckles the Clown
There needs to be a periodic reset for music fans that this Beach Boys is the Mike Love/Bruce Johnston version. Brian Wilson - with Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin - is on a world tour that celebrates the 50th anniversary of "Pet Sounds".
Wow...he manages to be off point, rude, and annoying.
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