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Just a blog from a couple of guys who love Cleveland and Cleveland sports. We also have too much time on our hands.

Why make a blog?

Why not?

Because it sounds lame.

Shut up.

Wait. Why are you called “Ten Cent Beers”?

Well, we used to run the website lebrontourage, but we needed to change the name for obvious reasons. I didn’t want to attach the name to a player this time – again, for obvious reasons.

Regardless, it’s in reference to “Ten Cent Beer Night,” an event which unfortunately embodied a typical Cleveland season: begins with unbridled optimism, yet quickly gets out of hand only to become a nationally known blunder.

Gotcha. So who writes on here anyways?

Sam Toth – Born and raised in Cleveland Heights, graduate from Saint Ann grade school, Saint Ignatius High School, and most recently The Ohio State University. I’m currently attending Case Western Reserve University’s School of Law, which I use as my half-ass excuse for the lack of updates on the site.

Tony Zupancic – Born and raised in Cleveland Heights as well, he graduated from Saint Ignatius High School and Saint Louis University. Tony recently returned home from Thailand where he taught English between his adventures. His blog of the experience, Riding Out The Economy, has actually been featured in the Plain Dealer and on the BBC’s website for its coverage of Thailand’s governmental protests. He is currently teaching for the Institute of Reading Development.

Guest Writers — So far, Adam Redling and Dan Delegrange have dropped some Cavs knowledge for us. Also, Dan Wharton basically writes an article with each one of his comments. If you feel the urge to get some Cleveland sports talk off your chest, know how to write well, and are looking for a venue… we’ll be happy to post it. Just contact us.

Why should I bother to read this site?

I honestly don’t have a valid reason. But if you enjoy amateur and mildly comical opinions concerning the world of sports, I suppose you may enjoy our commentary. We also happen to provide some pretty good arguments and tend to find some interesting angles.

Fair enough.

So can we expect to see you back?

Meh.

13 Comments leave one →
  1. deb permalink
    April 30, 2011 4:10 pm

    Sam – is Julie your mom?

    • April 30, 2011 5:22 pm

      Yes’m.

      • February 17, 2013 2:42 am

        1. President Obama is talking about how we can craete a new and bright future for our children and grand children. He is talking about how to restore America to its glory days. People should not the future but work hard and do the things that need to be done so that we will look forward the future.2. The part in President Obamam’s speech that stood out to me the most was when he talked about restorin the economics of America. I believe this is the most important part of the speech because economics is the biggest issue in the USA. Ensourance companies wont ensure sick people because they fear they will die soon, credit card companies raise rates for no reason and thats is what i thought was the most important part of thhe speech.3. I disagree with Marvin because countries get greedy andtry to bully other and or smaller countries.

  2. Bernie Kosar permalink
    June 28, 2011 11:31 am

    Q: Does this site have the greatest header graphic of all time?

    A: Yes.

  3. Anonymous permalink
    July 20, 2011 4:20 pm

    you guys rock pretty jelly

    mike from lyndhurst

    • July 20, 2011 11:44 pm

      I don’t know what that means. But I’m super excited about it.

      • February 15, 2013 2:16 am

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    • August 28, 2011 2:37 am

      Always the best conntet from these prodigious writers.

  4. September 21, 2011 7:45 pm

    What’s the deal with Ignatius being a feeder school for St. Louis? I’ve seriously met six people in my life that were St. Louis alum, five of them also Ignatius alum.

    • December 21, 2011 1:45 pm

      Jesuit schools…

      Tony didn’t apply to college. A bunch of school buses pulled up in from of Murphy Gymnasium at the end of August and he got on one. It went to St. Louis.

      In August of 2009, Tony showed up outside of Chaifetz Arena expecting to get on a bus again. He was hoping he would get lucky enough to get on the one headed to Washington, D.C. No buses came. Apparently the Jesuits actually make you apply for graduate school…

    • February 17, 2013 5:29 am

      1. President Obama gave a good speech on the emnoocy of Ohio. He made some good points about the tax cuts. Also he was talking about the job cuts and how neccessary those jobs were.2. The most important part of the speech was when President Obama was talking about the tax cuts in the nation. Someone(I forgot his name) was talking about tax cuts to 2% of the population who are millionares. They hardly spend a tenth of their money and they get the tax cut. The middle class should get the tax cut.3. I don’t agree with Antonio because he talked about more than just himself and the leaders.

  5. February 15, 2013 2:32 pm

    I really loved the Today Show Appearance! The prnaks made me laugh, and I smiling right now as I think of them! This makes me want to go out and by the book. I’m actuallt planning a small prank right now that will take place tomorrow! It’s going to be so funny! Thanks for inspiring me to do so!~Bailey, a fan.

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