And the sun comes up…

9 July, 2010
Rat Fink

…on another day for Cleveland sports fans, just like it did back in May. That’s all I’ll say on the subject. We keep hope alive, even though it stings bad. My mother used to tell me when I’d whine after she sprayed Bactine on my scraped-up knee, “If it stings, it means the medicine is working.”

Well, the medicine must really be working.

And now for something you’ll really like: EIGHT DAYS till the Route 66 Odyssey. And it’s Finkday. Candy will be eaten.


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9 July, 2010 8:52 am

Yes! The sun will definitely shine today (after the rain moves through, that is) and Cleveland will rise again. Pinning your hopes and dreams on one thing can be good, but I say always have a backup plan. The Cavs will be great in spite of LeBron – they just have to believe it. Like you always say, Fink….Karma. Eat some candy for me. ReplyRat Fink Reply:July 9th, 2010 at 3:41 pmYeah — I read a comment on the Plain Dealer site this morning: “The LeBron Free Agency Watch is over. The LeBron Karma Watch has just begun.” I think… Read more »

9 July, 2010 10:30 am

You know my general feelings on most sports anyway. I didn’t tune in to watch the “big” news–it would turn up on the computer news network anyway right after it was announced. In a year, Clevelanders will probably ask, “Lebron who?” How quickly we all forget and, in the end, it really doesn’t make a big difference–the team will continue with wins and losses, people will still bet on the games (dumb!!) and life goes on. I remember Bactine very well!!! But as in “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”—spray some Windex on it! ReplyRat Fink Reply:July 9th, 2010 at 3:38… Read more »

9 July, 2010 11:35 am

It was really nice of Lebron to rip an entire cities heart out on national television. I’d say more, but I respect you to much to let my speech on here get anything other than PG, and I know that talking about Lebron at this point would take me right into Quinten-Tarantino-style-Rated R dialogue. Please tell me you’ve read Dan Gilbert’s letter to the fans of Cleveland. If not, here ya go Sure, it might not be the greatest thing for an owner to do, but it’s nice to see at least one owner in Cleveland show some passion,… Read more »