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  1. I personally like the restrictive language of the amendment. If it was a "We're going to let x amount of casinos to be built somewhere in Ohio" I wouldn't even consider voting yes.
  2. You go on and have fun pretending you don't know exactly what my intent of using the word was. :wink:
  3. Qwios

    Cycling Advocacy

    There's a linked youtube video in his post, I assume you're not able to view it for whatever reason. Someone riding a bike goes over a portion of sidewalk that is submerged only to find that there's a sinkhole there.
  4. Congrats Akron taxpayers, be sure to send your children to go egg Mendenhall's house.
  5. I don't think there's anyone here that could have imagined it yesterday.
  6. Sit back and wait for the property owners to try and extort the county for the value of their land on Mall B and then demolish the county administration building. Meanwhile MMPI is hopefully working on Public Hall.
  7. I'd be interested in this if the History Channel hadn't burnt me out on the two dozen "omg the world is failing, 2012 what if we all just disappeared for no reason, ohh no asteroids, polar shifts, 2012, Nostradamus, blackholes, volcanoes, 2012, plague, etc etc 2012 etc." shows that they've done in the last couple years.
  8. As someone who can't realistically run because he's a deadbeat on paying his taxes, he doesn't need to be burdened with factual information. :wink:
  9. Qwios

    The SimCity Thread

    If you still have a key available I'd be very interested.
  10. I wouldn't consider this new but this is what they're talking about.
  11. Fabrication labs let student and adult inventors create products, solve problems by John Mangels/Plain Dealer Science Writer Thursday June 18, 2009, 5:36 PM "... The MC fab lab 'is being watched outside of Cleveland,' too, said Jan Morrison, the senior STEM consultant to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the charitable megafund established to, among other things, spur classroom innovation. 'When was the last time somebody came to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District to see something on the cutting edge?'" http://www.cleveland.com/science/index.ssf/2009/06/fabrication_labs_let_student_a.html#preview This is beyond awesome. Hope my nieces and nephews or my own future spawn have access to something like this when they come of the age.
  12. Because shooting at CBS or Progressive Field just wouldn't look right for a story taking place in the 70s. As for the rest of the city, I'm sure it's an economics/tax credit kind of things.
  13. Cuyahoga County reform backers looking for money by Mark Naymik Wednesday June 17, 2009, 4:00 PM The group of public officials and civic leaders behind the effort to restructure Cuyahoga County government are scrambling to raise money. The group, which includes county prosecutor Bill Mason and Parma Heights Mayor Martin Zanotti, has raised just $20,000 as of Tuesday. The group is soliciting from civic leaders another $35,000 by Friday and an additional $50,000 by early July. It hopes to raise at least $100,000 to collect the 45,000 voter signatures needed by mid July to get the reform plan on the ballot. More at http://www.cleveland.com/naymik/index.ssf/2009/06/cuyahoga_county_reform_backers.html
  14. http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,7355.0/msg,286326.html
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