Our Miserable Year

f course, it rained the day after he left. July sunshine would've seemed cruel after a loss like that. We've always wanted to surprise the rest of the country with Cleveland's greatness, and he made it happen. People saw us differently because of him. Then, when we ran into a tough time and really needed him, he was gone. It shows our range, our unpretentious respect for the many categories of Cleveland greatness, that so many of the people who raged at LeBron James' Decision to split for the Sunshine State also mourned four days later when Harvey Pekar died.

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