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Ed is a long-time writer and editor who's worked for Notre Dame (10 years) and several newspapers, including USA Today. In 2008 he became the first person with a journalism background to earn the new master's in management of online communities from USC's Annenberg School for Communication. He's a Cleveland native, a loyal fan of the city's pro teams (especially the Browns), and thus a world-class sufferer. Our motto: What else can go wrong?
I thought you might enjoy reading an Olympics story about how three ski jumpers going to Vancouver had to work jobs as ice cream sellers, dish washers, and grass cutters to afford to compete.
Thanks for the edit
Thanks Ed for the edits!
I see your point.
I added "My Crystal Ball:" to the beginning of the title.
I just wanted people to read it and believe it as it could happen and they wouldn't be surprised. I assume people know the game is tomorrow. But to avoid confusion, adding that before the title is definitly the safe route.
Thanks again Ed.
you edited my piece on Ray. I removed the "imagine this" portion of the headline.
The only reason I did, was because I wanted the people to read it with out knowing the obvious, that it hasn't happened yet, going into it.
If that doesn't make sense and you still want to add it, I understand.
Hey Ed, being a Cleveland native, I thought you might appreciate my latest: World B. Free: The Man Who Saved Basketball in Cleveland.
Hey Ed, I used to live right down the street from your parents...I lived in Mayfield Heights until two years ago. I've sinced moved to Sagamore Hills.
By the way, I was joking with my wife about the Cavs that although I'm happy for the success so far, there is always a part of me that refuses to get my hopes up until it [a championship] finally happens.
Ed, thanks a lot for your edits and feedback. Much appreciated.
Nice to hear from another long-time Cleveland sports sufferer. Misery loves company.
I too, was at "The Shot" game. I didn't witness the Miracle of Richfield loss, but I listened on the radio. I was only 9, but I remember exactly where I was...in my bedroom listening to Joe Tait, shooting baskets on my nerf hoop.
I noticed you mentioned the Jets/Browns playoff game in your profile. I was there as well and ironically, I just took a time out from the piece I was writing on the game.
Thanks for the edit!
If you can't watch it or see it, I am not sure why?
I don't know, but I can see it. Others who have commented on it can too?