The Cleveland Plain Dealer, better known as the Brooklyn Plain Dealer, since moving it’s main facility to Brooklyn, Ohio, hence paying less taxes to the City of Cleveland has come out in on 2.28.24, again the long tradition of Chief Wahoo as the focal point of the Cleveland Indians. Perhaps the people of Northeast Ohio need to re-visit the tradition of The PD itself.
It would be the time-honored tradition to place the paper between the screen door and the hard door so not to have to go outside to pick up the paper off the driveway. But no, the lazy delivery system of the Plain Dealer is to do the least amount of work as possible, customer service be damn. As of April 2013, home delivery has been reduced to four days a week, another win for customer service. Other down falls of the Brooklyn Plain Dealer:
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William Henry Harrison was the 9th President of the United States…and the one who served the shortest term. Harrison, born in 1773 in Virginia, was a governor of the Indiana Territory, a US Representative and [...]
While McDonalds works extra hard a explaining where their Chicken Nuggets come from and how they are made, they secretly got rid of their best tasting nugget sauce. Of late, McDonald’s Canadian branch found a need to defend one of its’ best selling products. They made a “here is what we are doing” video to convince you that Chicken McNuggets are the tasty morsels of deliciousness you have come to love. In reality, McDonald’s chicken nuggets are a blend chicken white meat with a touch of flavoring from the chickens skin.
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It just makes me burst with laughter how so many broadcasters can’t get their facts straight. MetLife Stadium is a stadium located at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, the true address [...]
Let’s face it, with over 100 million people watching the big game, not all are in it for the football, that almost as much people that watch Fox News in a week. Some say it’s [...]
On today’s date in rock history, Led Zeppelin reached number one on the Billboard 200 Album Chart for the first time in 19698 with Led Zeppelin II. Led Zeppelin II started its’ seven week run on top. Later on 15 November 1999, it was certified 12× Platinum by the RIAA for sales in excess of 12 million copies. Since its release, writers and music critics have regularly cited it in polls of the greatest and most influential rock albums. Most rock musicians have a copy and 1,000’s of bands have been trying to copy it.
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On today’s date in 1970: Creedence Clearwater Revival received their first Gold record and had their singles as the RIAA certified their first five albums, “Bad Moon Rising”, “Down on the Corner”, “Up Around the Bend”, & “Lookin’ Out My Back Door” Gold. released in July 1970, and their ninth single “Lookin’ Out My Back Door”/”Long As I Can See the Light”, both of which reached #2 on the Hot 100.