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  1. What percentage of SW employees even need to travel extensively? The higher ups already have Burke. And seriously, if Atlanta was marking a play someone, somewhere would have heard something about incentives. Crickets.
  2. 7 songs in the top 100? Im honestly surprised. As someone who didnt grow up in Ohio and religiously listened to radio & American Top 40, I’d only heard “He Can’t Love You.” This could get me banned from the thread, but I’d say arch nemesis Donnie Iris has a leg up on Michael Stanley. “Leah” and “Love is like a rock” got a lot more airplay.
  3. ^ I would bet that Devo’s “Whip it” wasn’t far behind! Funny that MSB’s biggest (only?) hit song wasn’t sang by Michael Stanley.
  4. This isn't too far away...the storied Loews Jersey Theatre.
  5. Well we lost the incredible Fat Fish Blue for that stupid Tilted Kilt. That's pretty bad precedent there.
  6. Glazen mentioned a new location. That's great. There really is plenty of space in CLE. Though it's probably unlikely that the ambiance of the place can be easily replicated. One thing I loved about Ontario was it was one of the few places where the crowd was mixed, white and black. I can only think of a few other bars/restaurants that can say the same.
  7. ^ May not mean much, but I couldn't help but notice that KJP used "site" in the singular, and not "sites."
  8. Wow. So late in the project. These had to be some of the last steel beams, right?
  9. Dueling Banjos: Televangelist Pat Roberston said that President Donald Trump's response to the Jamal Khashoggi killing and the decision to pull support from Kurds in Syria puts Trump in danger of losing 'the mandate of heaven.' https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2019/10/09/pat-robertson-trump-danger-of-losing-mandate-of-heaven-sot-ip-vpx.cnn vs. ‘Render to God and Trump’: Ralph Reed calls for 2020 obedience to Trump https://www.politico.com/news/2019/10/09/ralph-reed-trump-book-040920
  10. Okay, I’m a little tipsy so I’m not sure, but was Freddy Kitchens sobbing uncontrollably during the post game interview? This team is the most penalized team in the NFL. Freddie, get a hold of things now or next year you’re gonna be bagging groceries in Arkansas or wherever the hell youre from.
  11. I’m going to circulate a petition to change Browns nationally televised games to Outdoor Life Network or ESPN 8 “the Ocho.” Its really not so great having everyone laughing at the Cleveland Browns tonight.
  12. surfohio

    Religion

    ^ me: "please don't be in Ohio..."
  13. Lesson here seems to be: you can not criticize thin-skinned China. Nets owner Joe Tsai weighs in on Rockets GM Daryl Morey’s tweet backing Hong Kong protesters By Yaron Steinbuch October 7, 2019 Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai says the damage from Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey’s tweet showing support for pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong “will take a long time to repair.” Tsai, co-founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, said in an open letter posted on his Facebook page that he felt the need to address the matter as someone who had spent his professional life in China. “When I bought controlling interest in the Brooklyn Nets in September, I didn’t expect my first public communication with our fans would be to comment on something as politically charged and grossly misunderstood as the way hundreds of millions of Chinese NBA fans feel about what just happened,” Tsai wrote. On Friday, Morey tweeted a shout-out to protesters in Hong Kong. “Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong,” Morey wrote in the now-deleted tweet. The Chinese Basketball Association fired back its “strong opposition” to Morey’s “improper remarks regarding Hong Kong.” https://nypost.com/2019/10/07/nets-owner-joe-tsai-rips-rockets-gm-daryl-morey-for-supporting-hong-kong-demonstrators/
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