Good afternoon, Cleveland. We were buried in the salt mines most of the day and couldn't pump out most of the bloggy goodness we came across, so here's a mega-roundup to help you kill time while you wait to leave your respective salt mine.
— We're absolutely shocked to see this fishy bit of redistricting news. Just shocked. You're saying certain people knew way in advance what the final plans would be? No. No way. (Plunderbund)
— Betty Sutton is heading out to New York to join the Occupy Wall Street protests. Wonder how Occupy Cleveland feels about being dissed for New York? (Cleveland.com)
— Don't you hate it when you have a seizure, the cops come to help you, and then they discover your drugs? Bummer. Every time. (Sun Sentinel)
— You'd think it'd be easier to fight a $13.14, 6-year-old water bill incurred by the people that lived in the house before you did. (Morning Journal)
— Retracing Hunter S. Thompson's steps for Fear & Loathing 40 years later. Non-Cleveland, but a great read. (The Daily)