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On: "The Creatures of Lorain County" Facebook Page is Something to See

Although I admit there are some funny pics on there for Lorain "area" but it is ridiculous that there are some pics on there making fun of overweight people that are just attending their child's school concert. There is also pics of mentally challenged people, homeless people... this is a prime example of no morals and plain BULLYing!! The Creatures of Lorain County, awful!!!!

— Sandy Asseff

On: "Humane Officer Shoots, Kills Kittens"

Barry Acordia was a class A jerk when he was a cop and apparently he still is...I would think for his own safety he would resign this position and leave town....I would not want to be one of his neighbors I don't think the backlash of this kitten killing is going to go away.

— Ruby Thomas Kloss

OMFG... Have they now had to actually go under the barrel to find the low-life psychopaths for these scumbag jobs? And they call this maniac a Humane Officer? And here I thought that shooting kittens was just the stuff of sick jokes.

— Paul Revere Show

On: "That Bon Jovi Concert Everyone Went

Nuts Over is Now Canceled"

So you wrote an article just for the purpose of bashing Bon Jovi along with others. The man does great charity work and an abundance of helping building homes projects for those in need. You're now added to the list of junk journalist. Grow up.

— Toro Matthews

The Browns brass could have actually done some work and scheduled a new version of the World Series of Rock—call it—Dawg Day Afternoon (or something that somehow connects it to football). Summer festivals, done right, are thriving... this cancelled train wreck (the ticket sale probably was less than the attendance for a September Tribe game in the 1970s) was lazily slapped together and showed the creativity of a summer intern in his final hour of serving early morning coffee & donuts to the coaching staff.

— LakeErieSeaGulls

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