Born in Elyria, grew up in numerous suburbs on the west side. If you lived in Metropolitan Cleveland, you are a Clevelander.
If it's only one game (on Fox), I would opt for the nearest watering hole.
Have them out here in Plainfield Il. Can hear them howling at night after a kill and see them wondering around occasionally.
Will have to ask some of the locals what the reverse commute up 400 currently looks like if you choose to live inside the perimeter. You might be alright relatively speaking. Being young and single, you will want to live closer to the action. Many good recommendations made by others.
He is neck and neck with Jimbo Fisher in my eyes. His time will come as well, both run scum programs.
Where specifically is your office going to be?
Did a graduate paper on leadership and Twelve O'Clock High
A little long (and by ESPN) but good recollection of the game. I was there (14 at the time) with some buddies. "Let's run on the field" to which I replied "The players are swinging bats for protection. I'm good right here". Left field foul pole.
Lane Kiffin is perfect for that cesspool
I might send you a sympathy card.
How does ESPN lose subscribers and not lose viewers? I understand for games shown on ABC but if games are shown on ESPN and you are not a subscriber to ESPN (through Comcast, DirectV, AT&T, etc,) how do people still view (and count as viewership) them without subscribing? I totally disagree that cord cutters don't watch sports and don't watch ESPN.
Boo Hoo. You square up for a fight, expect to get hit. Just don't drop your left hand.
Hard but late
Umm, he is a Clevelander......
I was at Lockheed in Denver before it was Lockheed Martin. Any chance your position would have taken you to Buckley ANG Base?
"Same as it ever was...."
Where are you staying while there?
I was at "Red Right 88". Absolutely just killed me.
Got an autographed copy. Sold him and his wife a ping pong table when I worked at Higbee's (college job). Really nice guy, wish he could have lasted longer. Indians needed characters back then because they sucked so bad.
I remember there was a headline in one of the Miami newspapers after the Marlins won. "Finally". Really?!?!
Was not there but lived in Denver at the time. Painful
Evidently, yes. ;-)
BTW, love Chelsea putting an end to Tottenham's season. Poetic justice!
I dislike the attention whore as much as the next guy (just ask my brother in law) but to be fair, they invited him up on the stage (my son and I were there sitting just a few feet away).