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Re: “Two Dead Sons

R.I.P. since you been gone shit ain't been the same for me ...I still wonder If you would of came to 63rd with me would this of happened but that I'll never know.. Love you bro... Never forget you and that b#### finally got caught.. Rest Easy

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Posted by Glenn Winemiller 86 on 10/17/2018 at 2:31 AM

Re: “Ohio's Dog Breeding Regulations Aren't Solving the Puppy Mill Problem

My fiance bought a pure breed "German sheppard" in September 2017 from ol danny. The second I saw the dog I knew it wasn't a German sheppard. After looking into Daniel Miller I'm not surprised to find all the negativity. I wouldn't be surprised if someone set his kennel on fire due to his response to customer complaints. I will be contacting this thief. If I were amshish I would be running this man out of the community. He's giving the Amish a very bad name. I hope your reading this dan. One day that little light of yours is going to get stopped out. Not by me but you'll rip off the wrong man someday. God bless you. You con artist. Your parents are ashamed of you.

Posted by billbiggs on 10/13/2018 at 1:43 PM

Re: “Life in the Kill Zone

That was a very well written article, but people are so nave to the dangers of nuclear fission. The risk is not worth the reward!

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Posted by Sarah on 09/30/2018 at 2:42 PM

Re: “Livin' La Vida Polka

I am sad to report that Sylvia (Paul) Namitka Polkas passed on 9-16-18. Paul and Polkas were a dynamic group. At one point I was invited to video record Paul Landis from John F. Kennedy's secret service in Dallas. They were a happy fun and friendly and cutting edge group. God Bless you Sylvia ... Peter and Irene Maizitis

Posted by Peter Maizitis on 09/17/2018 at 1:08 PM

Re: “The Flats on Trial

WahWah. I followed this story very closely and has made me wish when I was in school I was more aware of my self defense rights. Truth be told, it's possible that the 4 people were the ones that instigated the fight. I didn't know Larry Davis and Joe Kowalski. I believe they may have been good kids who were led down the wrong path by the two other older men. However I did go to school with one of the 4 who was stabbed but not seriously hurt. He had a reputation for being a troublemaker. He was one even to me. Some who knew him said they were surprised it took so long to happen. It could be rightly said that the person who did the stabbing may have did the stabbing because they simply picked on the wrong person, but the person who did the stabbing just retaliated. In the end, it may not have been actual self defense. If I'm going to defend myself, I would use either pepper spray or a stun gun. A knife is often used to vent your rage on someone. It's possible in the mind of the jury, they felt the defense proved that the 4 started the fight and the stabbings wouldn't have happened if they had not started with him. The jury probably gave Holloway the benefit of the doubt. Most of the people I've talked to say that while they feel it wasn't self defense also feel the 4 instigated the fight. It's a tragedy and a lesson either way you look at it.

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Posted by Runner26.2 on 09/12/2018 at 8:26 PM

Re: “The Browns Are Talking About a New Stadium...

Get them off the lakefront. Move them inland. Make a gigantic sports center south of I-90. For all 3 teams together. Make'em share.

Posted by Patt Needham on 09/09/2018 at 12:12 PM

Re: “Lies, Damn Lies and the 450 Acres of Prime Real Estate That is Burke Lakefront Airport

Before moving to destroy a perfectly working airport, home to flight schools and a great alternative to CLE, Cleveland should look at redeveloping the eyesore-like derelict industrial areas at the mouth of the Cuyahoga river. Also, Burke is cut off from the city by a highway and train tracks and therefore will be hard to connect to

Posted by Alex An Der on 09/03/2018 at 8:42 PM

Re: “An Oral History of WMMS, Cleveland's Legendary Radio Station

I Heart Media (Clear Channel) is a heartless corporate company that is now bankrupt and about to go under so it doesn't surprise me that they didn't want to contribute to this story.

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Posted by Sonny on 09/01/2018 at 8:18 PM

Re: “7 Local Architects, Planners and Experts on How They'd Fix Cleveland

Wow Ivan that sure is a lengthy way to say "I hate black people."

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Posted by Le Ve on 08/22/2018 at 3:58 PM

Re: “An Oral History of WMMS, Cleveland's Legendary Radio Station

I lived in Canton 1975-1981 there was no other station like WMMS the coffee break concerts and all. I still have a picture of the buzzard on the side of a building in Cleve. I will never forget the DJ's back then. Got to meet Kid Leo . what a great magical time..the music, the radio station. Thanks for this walk back memory lane

Posted by Robert Lewis on 08/20/2018 at 8:13 PM

Re: “An Oral History of WMMS, Cleveland's Legendary Radio Station

Grew up in Cleveland on "the Buzzard". Great to read the oral history, sorry to see no mention of my all time favorite DJ there, Dia. Lots of memories of summer nights, cruising around town and every other car having a WMMS bumper sticker or the letters cut out on their back window.

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Posted by RLThompson1967 on 08/16/2018 at 9:54 AM

Re: “An Oral History of WMMS, Cleveland's Legendary Radio Station

Awfully "nice" of iHeartRadio to "honor" the legendary legacy of The Buzzard.

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Posted by Felix Brown on 08/15/2018 at 1:22 PM

Re: “An Oral History of WMMS, Cleveland's Legendary Radio Station

I believe it was a Lionel Richie song that announced the format change. One specialty show during the golden years introduced a number of jazz fusion artists to the rock audience -- Thom Darden's All-Pro Jazz.

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Posted by LakeErieSeaGulls on 08/15/2018 at 10:22 AM

Re: “Lies, Damn Lies and the 450 Acres of Prime Real Estate That is Burke Lakefront Airport

As a private pilot I have a different perspective here. Think about it this way. What if I went to every exit on the highway that we feel could be used for something else and cut it off forever? What if we kept doing that and never rebuilt another one. Sooner or later the highways would only be good for commercial trucks going to main exits. Every airport is an exit / access point to the sky. For a small plane with very small tanks if these so-called airports are all closed my airplane becomes useless. If I would be forced to use only large airports I would not be able to afford to fly at all the fees are out of my price-range at those airports. I grew up around small aviation and its my family's way of life, why are all the people in this country ready to kill it?

Posted by K on 08/09/2018 at 9:50 AM

Re: “Seeing Green: Cleveland's Efforts to Ditch Plastic Straws, Tax Plastic Bags, and Fine for Improper Waste Disposal

Sunny Simon and Dale Miller have co-opted the plastic bag issue for their own political gain; they are not serious about reducing the use of plastic bags. They brought it up once, and then it was tabled, never to be seen again. But, this way they can claim they care about the environment when they campaign---they can say "I sponsored legislation to reduce the use of plastic bags". Yes, but that is all they did. Nothing more. (It's called politics, people, use some persuasion!)
My friend told me she asked Dale to try to do something about reducing the use of plastic straws. He said he could try to get plastic straws discontinued in places the county operates. All he has done so far is tap dance about the issue. Talk is cheap.

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Posted by moneyistheonlypoliticalparty on 08/03/2018 at 9:58 PM

Re: “Seeing Green: Cleveland's Efforts to Ditch Plastic Straws, Tax Plastic Bags, and Fine for Improper Waste Disposal

"If anyone should do this, it's us," Simon said last October, when the ordinance was being discussed in county committees. Her thinking was that Cuyahoga County borders a lake, and we ought to take some responsibility for ensuring its cleanliness."

As long as Congressperson Marcia Fudge & her ilk continue to accept campaign donations from Monsanto /Bayer Company the cleanup of harmful algal bloom in Lake Erie is a pipe dream.

Campaign finance filings are a veritable wealth of information (pun intended).

Posted by hello cleveland on 08/02/2018 at 10:46 AM

Re: “7 Local Architects, Planners and Experts on How They'd Fix Cleveland

The best place to start is bulldozing all the low income housing in the city along with any house that doesn't meet the city's building codes. Only then, will the city attract people that actually pay taxes (as opposed to the parasites that drain the system via welfare and contribute nothing) which will give it a solid foundation to build on. This will remove most of the criminal element that makes the city unsafe, it will also remove most of the "problem kids" in the schools. In turn, this will attract families to the city that will have a vested interest in what happens around them. It will also attract businesses that will find the city "family friendly" with good schools and relatively low cost housing - compared to the rest of the country.

Until the above is completed, you can build all the "bike lanes" you wish but nobody will use them out of fear of being raped, robbed, and/or assaulted.

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Posted by Ivan on 07/29/2018 at 12:01 PM

Re: “7 Local Architects, Planners and Experts on How They'd Fix Cleveland

Brave words from some idiot who lives in Washington, DC.

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Posted by JJHunsecker on 07/27/2018 at 6:12 AM

Re: “7 Local Architects, Planners and Experts on How They'd Fix Cleveland

"To wrap our own heads around all this, we asked any architect with an office within Cleveland city limits"

You know that architects aren't city planners, right? Right?

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Posted by rosiet33 on 07/26/2018 at 7:37 PM

Re: “7 Local Architects, Planners and Experts on How They'd Fix Cleveland

Excellent article!

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Posted by aglazen on 07/25/2018 at 2:00 PM

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