You've obviously never been to Miami ... or Cleveland
Miami's on the ocean and the temp is close to perfect. Always an ocean breeze.
In the winter when Cleveland is buried in snow we are at the beach wind surfing.
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Too warm for me ta lol and the humidity sounds brutal as well
Last edited by fishfanmiami; 07-18-2014 at 01:13 AM.
Any place on a Great Lake (Erie) in the winter is beyond frigid. Years ago I worked a trade convention at McCormick Place in Chicago in January, and then walked along a path running along Lake Michigan with the wind coming off it to the nearby hotel . It took me literally about an hour to get the chill out of my bones! To this day, and even having lived in The Twin Cities suburbs for awhile, I've never been so cold before or since.. Thanks but no thanks. Besides that, I've actually been to Cleveland on business a few times... ugh regardless of the weather!
New prediction: now that LeBron's opt out contract makes Gilbert his beyotch, as soon as Calipari gets tired of the UK alumni, Blatt is gone and in 2 years, LeBron becomes a minority owner of the Cavs. Anyone who thinks he is letting bygones be bygones is naive.. He now owns Gilbert and his freaky bowtie-wearing son.
PS: check out my review of season 2 of the Bridge in the critics corner (spoiler: I love it so far)
We like both here in NY!!!!!!!!
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I've been to both cities, & while there's a damn good reason Cleveland is known as "the mistake on the lake" - once you grow up with snow in the winter, you love it & would miss it.
Plus, those who never experience cold and snow - never get to truly know the joy of spring.
1) Win the next game.
2) See goal #1
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Another day another major golf tournament win for little Northern Ireland... not that its a surprise anymore
Good win by Rory although he did get booed for mentioning Man united in his trophy acceptance speech
RIP James Garner. One of the good guys.