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Treated to a steamy 100 degree humid game at the Jake, a 2 hour rainstorm that dumped 6+" on downtown followed by exceptionally clear skies, and a hot night of picture taking, beer, and some incredible buffalo wings (something hard to find in my city for some reason).
Sorry to MayDay that we couldn't get together. Next time!
The Hyatt Arcade was a beautiful if quirky hotel.
About 30 seconds later the skies opened up for the next two hours...
Luckily my hotel was around the corner...
Even if you are 1 in a million, there are still 7,000 people just like you...
And I'm surprised the Indian's symbol hasn't gone away yet. It might be loved and it's intended in an innocent way, but a lot of people consider it racist, and to some degree they're right.
They can follow Stanford University's route and replace their mascot with a ridiculous looking tree. Alas, great photos of Cleveland plinko.
“Most planning of the past fifteen years has been based upon three destructive fallacies: the cataclysmic insists upon tearing everything down in order to design from an absolutely clean slate; the automotive would plan for the free passage of the automobile at the expense of all other values; the suburban dislikes the city anyway and would just as soon destroy its density and strew it across the countryside.” Vince Scully