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Cavs, Browns, Indians, Buckeyes. That's all you need to know.
Ha! Just kidding - here are the underwhelming details.
Despite lack of proximity, I'm more of a Cleveland fan than ever. I'm a part-time tutor and freelance writer. I love pickles, but that's the extent of my similarity to Snooki. I swear I can taste the difference between Coors and Miller. I probably can't.
In Fantasy, I always make one incredibly stupid move and then win for the rest of the season. It drives my friends nuts, especially considering I'm always the lone chick in the league.
I think it's hilarious when dogs wear people clothes. I always chase the ice cream truck. My favorite food is brisket.
Amy the beautiful...where have you been? I'm jones'n for another wonderful Amy Dittoe original.
Thanks for the shout out, and thanks for the entertaining article. I wish I could write half as well as you.
Would you believe I've never been there? Always went to BW's or DeNovo. I do get to enjoy Wooster for about a week now though. Perks of being a teacher on christmas break.
What's going on, Amy! One of my favorite writers! Stop by the Coccia House sometime and I'll make a pizza up for you special. Best wishes and Merry Christmas!
Amy, I edited your story last night on the wish list for the Browns. I forgot to note something critical. You reference a stat from Football Outsiders —the one about the DL tackling behind the line of scrimmage. That comment requires a link back to the source information on Football Outsiders. I tried to find but was unable to locate. B/R requires both attribution (which you did) and a link. If the link is not provided, that comment should be removed from the article. Thanks.
I appreciate anything that happens around Wooster. Who do you see the Cavs taking with their 1st rounders?
What happened to you Dittoe?
I would love your thoughts on this... http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanriper/2012/02/28/americas-most-miserable-sports-cities/
Takes me back to a dinner in a Holiday Inn Bar in Wisconson where a lady from Chicago actually told me I would have no idea how miserable it is to be a Chicago Sports Fan. When I told her I was from Cleveland she actually defended her statement!