Saturday, July 01, 2006

Why Bother?


More than 5,000 people live in downtown Cleveland. It is currently the fastest growing downtown in the Midwest and the seventh fastest in the country.

30 Comments:

At 01 July, 2006 13:48, Blogger cleveland facts said...

mmm donut

 
At 01 July, 2006 16:09, Anonymous are you seriously still talking about donut effect? said...

yay new cleveland facts in the same week. this is better than christmas morning.

 
At 01 July, 2006 17:43, Anonymous rather impressed with your honesty said...

that's pretty brave of you guys to post that, considering that parma was labeled "lame" and strongsville is within the "why bother" catagory.

 
At 01 July, 2006 21:53, Blogger cleveland facts said...

Well, Akron didn't even make the map.

 
At 02 July, 2006 19:08, Anonymous i dont even like donuts very much said...

OHHHHHHH!!!!! BURN!!!! GOOD ONE!!!! not. akron is so amazing it doesnt need to be associated with clevelands filthy map of fatty fat donuts. we hold our own thank you.

 
At 02 July, 2006 21:13, Blogger cleveland facts said...

Cleveland has the fastest growing downtown in the Midwest. Akron has the fastest growing waistlines.

 
At 03 July, 2006 18:24, Anonymous Lakewood said...

i bet you all wished you lived in lakewood now.

 
At 03 July, 2006 19:26, Anonymous lakewood is pretty much the most awesome part of cleveland ever... said...

YESS THE MURTAUGH HAS ARRIVED!!!!!!

 
At 03 July, 2006 20:31, Blogger cleveland facts said...

I rather live in a city that had the incredible foresight to create a Master Tree Plan that lists every street in Parma and designates the type of tree that may be installed in the tree lawn in order to avoid hazardous, unclean, and sidewalk buckling botany.

 
At 04 July, 2006 08:12, Anonymous can'tweallgetalong? said...

All I have to say is that Clevelanders, Akronites, and Lakewoodians alike should all just be INCREDIBLY thankful that they don't live in Myrtle Beach, SC. The only thing they have here is the fastest growing rate of trashy touristy beach supply stores, adult magazine outlets, and all-you-can-eat seafood buffets.

 
At 04 July, 2006 18:11, Anonymous some people can't be called "akronites"... said...

you forgot fairlawners.
and i agree, the majority of the carolinas is nothing but cheese.

 
At 04 July, 2006 18:13, Anonymous oh i forgot... said...

it's "devil strip" down here... not the ever so pansie like "tree lawn"...

 
At 05 July, 2006 14:03, Anonymous directedtothelooserwhofeelstheneedtonitpick said...

ok akron zip codes will get the letter to the EXACT SAME address as if you use a fairlawn zip code.

 
At 05 July, 2006 18:45, Anonymous OHHHHikea said...

my mom says that "ohikea" is the first good idea to come out of cleveland facts ever. but dont get mad, because i think she's just trying to release her hostility towards the salsa eating and small hamburger comments.

 
At 05 July, 2006 22:54, Blogger cleveland facts said...

OHIKEA was not a Cleveland Facts idea, and that burger was less than worthless.

 
At 06 July, 2006 06:11, Anonymous your mom... said...

again... YOU DIDNT HAVE TO EAT IT!!!! THERE WERE LIKE FOURTY OTHER NORMAL SIZED BURGERS!!!

 
At 06 July, 2006 22:09, Anonymous jen said...

Only five thousand? Maybe if the Erie didn't stink so back you'd have more downtowners than Cinci, lol!

 
At 06 July, 2006 22:11, Anonymous jen @ ohikea said...

Oh and btw, Ohikea is based out of Middletown, yo. Smack dab between Dayton and Cinci. Don't you buckyanks be grabbing me as one of youse. ;)

 
At 07 July, 2006 21:45, Blogger cleveland facts said...

Yeah, if only downtown Cleveland had the largest gathering of steam riverboats in the nation, we'd be as cool as Cincinnati.

 
At 07 July, 2006 21:48, Anonymous parmapride said...

I flew over Middletown once.

 
At 08 July, 2006 15:38, Anonymous case. point. owned. said...

cincinnati is amazing because of three precious syllables...

sky-line-chili

 
At 08 July, 2006 21:06, Blogger cleveland facts said...

SKYLINE CHILI!

 
At 08 July, 2006 21:07, Anonymous goldstarchilisucks said...

Three syllables?

 
At 09 July, 2006 08:01, Anonymous really tired of the nit picking... said...

three syllables, two words, tomato tomAAto... i like to say syllAABLES, because "words" are boring...
cincinnati also has a cool zoo from what i can remember when i was five...

 
At 09 July, 2006 11:52, Anonymous skylinechilihasfoursyllables said...

I'm sorry, honey, you were asking for that one. In fact, skyline chili doesn't have three of ANYTHING. Words, syllables, vowels... Maybe you should rethink the whole "homeschooling is a perfectly decent education" theory.
I've never been to Cincinnatti. Can you say road trip???

 
At 09 July, 2006 12:49, Anonymous sooo didnt even click until now... said...

hahahahaha!!! oh my goodness, i am retarded... i guess its kind of like the "cuh-hoga river" thing... two syllables to me, four to everyone else. down here in akron, we dont waste time... chili= one syllable in akron syllables; chil-i= two syllables everywhere else.
and if im retarded for being homeschooled, then michael has to take some of that crap too.
and as for the roadtrip... im thinking seattle??? WAY more fun...

 
At 17 July, 2006 18:10, Anonymous OHIKEA said...

Spellcheck:

Cincinnati

One N then two more, one T is all it needs.

personally I think Columbus is the best match, but then I'm just more partial to Columbus, having grown up in Springfield. I live NEXT to West Chester where the Ikea rumours are all pointing towards, and that's great (OMFG!) but If Columbus were to suddenly announce they nailed one I'd cheer all the same. I just think Cleveland is too close to the Pitts/Detroit stores. If they were gonna close down Pitts, fine. It's so piddly small anyway. I refuse to shop at it, not worth my time when an hour more will get me to Schaumburg.

 
At 14 September, 2006 08:35, Anonymous theRandomOne said...

Cleveland is vacuous pus bag wallowing arround in its own misery. Cleveland is lame, and is on its way to becoming another Detroit. Cool places to live? Try a little south, and I'm not talking about akron. It rhymes with rent at doesn't begin with a vowel.

 
At 27 September, 2006 17:23, Anonymous DB said...

What is a "TREE LAWN" a lawn with some trees, or a tree ? and where is Podunk on this map of yours?

 
At 09 November, 2006 09:50, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rhymes with "rent"...hmmm what amazing city could that possibly be?!?!?!? OH I KNOW I KNOW!!! KENT!

 

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