Friday, June 12, 2009

Cleveland, the gift that keeps on giving.

First, we have these videos, which I'm posting just incase some of you haven't seen them, and really shame on you if you haven't.

But, as the gift that keeps on giving, we now have this:

Highlights of the article:

"The Indians concluded that increased nesting on flat rooftop buildings in Cleveland's Flats district has led to the ballpark's problems.

The Flats used to be a district full of bars, restaurants and nightclubs along the Cuyahoga River, but now sits mostly desolate. Except, of course for the gulls, long a common sight along the shore of the roughly Vermont-sized lake."

The flats being, of course, what is referred to as the "Scooby-Doo Ghost Town" in the second Tourism video.

"There's what, 8,000 seagulls out there?" Yankees outfielder Nick Swisher said. "This ain't even the beach. It's Cleveland."

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