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Originally posted by hotbakedtater
I am disgusted with our mayor for having the balls and being so tacky as to even MENTION the Ryder Cup during the first news briefing. *sarcasm coming....Thank sweet Jesus that Valhalla and the Ryder Cup are going as planned, wonderful that there are tents, air conditioned, filled with ice and shrimp and filet mignon for the Ryder Cup attendees. This is SO much more important than our sick and elderly without food and power; our children out of school, some of whom eat the bulk of their food at school, and our thousands of other suffering persons doing without. But again thank the LORD the Ryder Cup will be going off without a hitch. *sarcasm off.
I am ashamed of our city for making sure the Ryder Cup and Valhalla were OK before they gave a rats behind about the rest of our city.
This is a chance for our city to pull together and show our grit, and all I am seeing is a lot of concern for a golf game. That is more disgusting to me that lack of MSM coverage, although the lack does not surprise me.
Internet connections in Texas, Ohio and Pennsylvania were the hardest hit, according to Renesys Corp., but the storm also caused outages in Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana. Surrounding states had scattered outages as well.
It was the largest area to lose its connections to the Internet since the Northeast blackout of 2003,
Originally posted by ohioguy646
I forgot sorry fellow Ohioans GO BUCKS, O------ H.