(sNSFW, explicit ejection celebration.)
I love you.
It doesn’t take much to get Ohioans riled up.
As seen in Akron.
So, this is happening.
From the wiki:
Starring Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves, and Betty White, Hot in Cleveland revolves around three Los Angeles women of a certain age who are best friends. Their lives are changed forever when their plane – headed for Paris – unexpectedly lands in Cleveland, Ohio, and they soon rediscover themselves in a new “promised land.” Loving their new home, the women find themselves living under one roof and battling the sassy caretaker of the property they have rented.
Scheduled to debut on June 16th. Who else is tuning in to see how bad they make fun of/mess up Ohio?
MARSHALL; You live in Ohio, right? I could swing through and pick you up.
TED; Alright, first of all, my parents live in Ohio. I live in the moment.
How I Met Your Mother, 2x17 “Arrivederci, Fiero”
This is a good way to think…
“Ohio Secession! Red State No More!”
This video is circa 2008 election time. It was made by Cleveland comedian Mike Polk (who you might know as the guy who made the Cleveland Tourism videos)
Sit back and enjoy one Ohioan’s plan to make Ohio a better place.
Ohio in the Movies
Double Dragon (1994)
Set 15 years in the future in post-earthquake California, where San Diego and Los Angeles are merged into one city, two teenage brothers have half of a powerful ancient Chinese talisman.
So the filmmakers thought “What city looks like an earthquake has just hit it and gangs have taken over in a post-apocolyptic style world?”
Why, Cleveland of course.
You can most notably see the Cleveland skyline in a fight that takes place on a miserable, disgusting beach. Also, someone mentioned a scene that takes place in Tower City, but I forget in what part of the film that appears.
These pictures are the exterior of Akron’s Rolling Acres Mall. I’m not sure how many of you are familiar with Rolling Acres, but it used to be the bees knees after it opened in 1975. It’s downfall began in the mid to late 1990s. The whole of Romig Road was actually as awesome as it could get for shopping in the Kenmore/Barberton area, but now not so much.
The only two stores that remain in this dilapidated mall shell are The JCPenny Outlet and Sears. The inside of the mall is closed and falling apart and the outside, as you can see, is no better.