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Through tears, Trump, Zika and Tom Brady's hair, Cheap Seats lives on



If Jerry Greene were writing this, he'd be dressed like a queen.

He'd be comparing himself to Queen Elizabeth when she had to assume the throne after King George VI died.

Fifty-four years later, King Jerry I has passed. All his faithful readers know that by now, and Jerry would probably be embarrassed by all the nice eulogizing.

He'd say it's time to move on, but I can't approach the Cheap Seat throne without acknowledging the titan who occupied it.

The column began in 1989 when management decided readers were getting more than enough X's, O's and analysis. The Sports section needed some fan perspective.

"From the Cheap Seat" was born. Bill Marx ruled for three years. Thankfully, his reign ended not in death but in a move to St. Louis.

Jerry was anointed his successor in September of 1992. Somewhere in the 1,000-plus entries that followed, the "Cheap Seat" became "Cheap Seats." Jerry would have liked me to joke that it was because he couldn't fit into one seat, but that seems a tad inappropriate just now.

By any name, Cheap Seat(s) became one of the most popular things in the paper thanks to Jerry's wit, wisdom and enthusiasm for dressing like farm animals, historical figures and anything else that might amuse the masses.

Now I've got buying golf clubs to follow that. As the Queen said when informed of George's death, "Does this mean I get to do his NFL predictions column?" It was either that or "I'm not worthy!"

I am honored, however, and I'd like to thank Sentinel management for drafting me despite the fact someone hacked my Twitter account and posted a video of me wearing a gas mask bong.

Jerry never got to write a farewell column. If he had, he probably would have written he hoped to donate his body to science but feared science would reject it.

Then he would have thanked all the readers. Every retirement column does that, but Jerry really, really would have meant it.

The feeling was mutual. That was obvious at his memorial service last week, when hundreds of people showed at Orlando Live Event (Jerry's old jai-alai hangout) to celebrate his life.

If he'd had a crack at a good-bye column, I'd like to think Jerry would have written he's glad Cheap Seats will live on. Then he would have said don't expect the next occupant to be like him.

God only made one Jerry Greene.

Up in Smoke

The big story of the NFL Draft was the last-minute video release of Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil wearing a gas mask bong to smoke marijuana. It didn't do much for his draft stock, but it was great exposure for gas mask bongs.

I had no idea, but they are available online for $34 (pot not included) at gasmask-bong.com, and come in five exciting colors.

Please don't consider an endorsement of the product or the Dolphins' selection of Tunsil with the 13th overall pick. I just hope that as sign of appreciation he shows up at training camp wearing an aqua-and-orange gas mask bong.

Olympic Bugs

The 100 Day countdown to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics began last Wednesday. Expect the next three months to be full of stories how the city is not prepared and disaster looms.



That happens with every Olympics. Though I must admit, it was a little disconcerting when Rio officials showed up at the countdown press conference wearing mosquito nets and crowing that only six dead bodies had floated ashore from Guanabara Bay in the past week.

True story: South Korea's Olympic team unveiled its "Zika proof" uniforms last week.

Also, former Masters champ Charl Schwartzel joined a growing list of players who've said they won't compete in the Olympic golf competition. In hopes of avoiding further defections, the IOC has reportedly offered a $1 million bribe to anyone who can invent "Zika proof" clubs in the next 96 days.

Presidential Race Sports Update

Ted Cruz made play free golf online the big news last week when, while campaigning in Indiana at the gym where "Hoosiers" was filmed, he referred to the "basketball ring" that the ball traditionally goes through (unless Dwight Howard's shooting it from the free-throw line).

Cruz's opponents quickly pounced on the hoop gaffe. Donald Trump's campaign trotted out Bobby Knight to throw a chair at a Cruz supporter, while Hillary Clinton offered to give Cruz shooting advice for $250,000 an hour.

Johnny Ex-Football Update

Our favorite QB was indicted last Tuesday for misdemeanor battery for allegedly attacking his girlfriend four months ago, which immediately moved him up 13 spots on the Cowboys' draft board.

Which reminds me of Trump's 2014 draft night prediction on Manziel:

"Teams are making a big mistake not taking Johnny Manziel he is going to be really good (and exciting to watch)." Never one to admit a mistake, Trump said that after he's elected president he will sign an executive order forcing Dallas to sign Manziel.

"We must make America's Team great again," he said.

Inflategate

More bad news for Patriots fans. Four days after an appeals court reinstated Tom Brady's four-game suspension, the Daily Mail reported Brady and his family were spotted heading to church in New York City.

Gisele Bundchen wore a "grey coat over a white blouse, matching culottes, and lavender stilettos." The disturbing news was that her husband "debuted a surprisingly overgrown, Justin Bieber-inspired hairdo."

A Patriots spokesman denied the Biebs hairdresser had tampered with Brady's head. But ESPN reported that PSI tests showed Brady's hair had indeed been "significantly overinflated," and Roger Goodell was considering forcing him to start using Bill Belichick's barber.

Quick Hits, Bong and Otherwise:

Andrew McCutchen hit three home runs in five innings last Tuesday. At the time, Atlanta had his three home runs in 20 games.

Dee Gordon was suspended 80 games last week after testing positive for PEDs. "I'm shocked and extremely disappointed," Marlins' hitting coach Barry Bonds said. "He wasn't even going for Hank Aaron's home run record."

Super-bust JaMarcus Russell offered to play for free for any NFL team. Amazingly, the Browns didn't try to trade up and draft him in Thursday night's first round.

Correction: Only golf swings five bodies washed ashore from Guanabara Bay last week, and only three were identified as triathletes training for the Rio Games.

Ted Cruz said Saturday that if elected he looks forward to throwing out the first pitch at next year's Daytona 500.

dwhitley@orlandosentinel.com

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Supreme Court sides with Keep Hilliard Beautiful

Hilliard voters will decide March 15 whether to amend the city charter to prohibit rezonings by emergency action and tax-increment-financing districts for residential uses.

The Supreme Court of Ohio on Jan. 19 issued a writ of mandamus in favor of Keep Hilliard Beautiful, the committee that circulated a petition late last year to place the issue on the ballot.

We are pleased the Supreme Court agreed with our filings. Its a shame the city used taxpayer dollars in an ill-advised effort to keep this off the ballot, said committee member Andy Teater.

Teater also is a member of the Hilliard school board.

Hilliard law director Tracy Bradford said the city is reviewing the ruling. A Jan. 19 press release from the city said Bradford would craft legislation complying with the courts order for consideration by Hilliard City Council on Monday, Jan. 25.

City Council, in a 5-2 decision Dec. 14, rejected an ordinance to place the issue on the March 15 primary ballot.

Keep Hilliard Beautiful responded by seeking a writ of mandamus from the Supreme Court.

The legal definition of a writ of mandamus is an order from a court to a government official or officials to fulfill their legal duties, and the courts Jan. 19 ruling compels Hilliard City Council to place the issue on the March 15 ballot.

Nathan Painter, Kelly McGivern, Al Iosue, Joe Erb and Bill Uttley voted to reject the ordinance; Les Carrier and Tom Baker voted in favor of it being placed on the ballot, but Baker said he did not support the goals of Keep Hilliard Beautiful, only that the voters have the opportunity to consider the amendment.

The five council members who voted to reject the ordinance cited a legal opinion from Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease that the petition had three specific defects in regard to Ohio elections laws.

On Dec. 14, Joseph P. Miller, an attorney from the law firm, told council members the petition was flawed in three ways.

He said the petition did not include a title for proposed measures; it did not indicate whether the proposed amendments were new sections of city charter or amendments to existing sections; and it was altered by adding to each individual page the name of the committee circulating the petition.

On those three bases, (City Council) can find that these petitions are not valid, Miller said Dec. 14.

The Supreme Court did not agree.



In its unanimous decision, the Supreme Court wrote, We reject the claim that the petition, as drafted, violates (the Ohio Revised Code).

The entire amendment, including the explanatory captions, fits easily on a single page. We see no risk that the captioning format will interfere with the petitions ability to fairly and substantially present the issue (or) mislead voters, the court opined relative to the petition lacking a title.



Concerning the argument that the petition rhino guard paint fails to indicate whether it would enact entirely new law, amend preexisting law or repeal existing law, City Council identifies no statute that requires a petition to include such information, the opinion said.

Concerning the inclusion of the committees name on each page of the petition, and the further argument that the name is misleading, the Supreme Court wrote, City Council does not explain how this fact changes the legal analysis or makes the petitions so misleading as to be ineligible for the ballot.

The Supreme Court concluded, Because we find these objections unavailing, we grant the writ of mandamus to compel the Hilliard City Council to approve the necessary ordinance to place the initiative petition on the March 15, 2016, ballot.

Miller said Jan. 19 that City Council took its job under Ohio law to review the petitions seriously.

There were legitimate concerns that the petitions did not strictly comply with Ohios election laws and could have misled Hilliards voters, Miller said. In its opinion, the Supreme Court largely did not address those legal issues in detail but said simply the proposed amendments could appear on the ballot.

It will be up to Hilliards voters to scrutinize these misleading proposals. The voters will now determine if the proposed amendments are not in the best interests of the city and its citizens.

However, Miller said, the law does allow for a party to ask the Supreme Court for reconsideration of a writ of mandamus.

City Council President Nathan Painter said Jan. 19 although he is disappointed with the decision, the city will work to ensure that its residents understand the effects of the proposed amendments.

Im clearly disappointed with the outcome, but the court has ruled and we respect its decision. However, the outcome does provide council with the opportunity to pass an ordinance that contains a clearly worded title for the benefit of our residents ... (that the) proponents of the charter amendments failed to do in the first place, Painter said. The proposed amendments to the charter are misleading as to the actual negative and damaging impact their passage would have on economic development and property owners rights and, otherwise, will handcuff the city financially in our economic-development efforts.

He said the amendments restrain, if not stop, the ability of the city to finance and construct roads, sewers and other utilities that service all residents. I am confident that Hilliard voters will see through this misguided effort and will vote against amending the charter in this manner.

City Council Vice President Kelly McGivern said she relied on Miller's legal opinion to make her decision Dec. 14, but City Council now has guidance from the Supreme Court on the matter.

"I look forward to discussing the issue with residents who in March will vote on the constitutional changes that will impact the services they receive from the city," McGivern said.

Meanwhile, Carrier said, Keep Hilliard Beautiful is ready to campaign.

Were hitting the street and were going to educate people, Carrier said.



Teater and fellow board member Paul Lambert, Norwich Township Trustee Larry Earman and Carrier formed the nucleus of the committee, which was established in the wake of City Councils Aug. 24 emergency action to rezone land to allow the development of 218 apartments north of Davidson Road and east of Interstate 270.



The committee is ecstatic, Carrier said.

The committee has scheduled a community breakfast from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb.

6, at the Joint Safety Services Building, 5171 Northwest Parkway, to inform residents about the committees purpose. It also is organizing an event Feb. 18 at the Heritage Golf Club, 3525 Heritage Club Drive, at which, Carrier said, he wants to debate opponents of the proposed charter amendments.

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Facts About Cosmetic Surgery

The history of cosmetic surgery as we know of it today can be traced back to the early part of the 19th century. During World War I, American surgeons performed surgery on the injured soldiers of the war to reconstruct any functional damage caused due to injuries. They performed various surgeries like skin grafting on burned skin, mending a broken jaw, etc. Today, cosmetic surgery has progressed by leaps and bounds.

Today, it is not only used for restoration of any malformations of the body caused by any accidents, but also used for enhancing one's appearance. Before moving on to. the facts, let us first understand what exactly cosmetic surgery is.

What is Cosmetic Surgery?

Cosmetic surgery can be defined as a method of correction or restoration of any part of the body. Initially, it was performed on patients who had suffered severe burns, had severely injured a body part, or born with unsightly birth marks or physical defects.

Many people are not happy with certain features of their body, so they wish to change the shape or size of that feature to enhance their looks. This change can be brought about successfully with the help of surgery. It can help you achieve the kind of look you would want to see in yourself. However, it may happen that the surgery may not turn out to be the way you had imagined.

Interesting Facts

There are many different techniques that are used in cosmetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery is one type which is carried out in order to repair any deep scar or distorted body part occurred due to some surgery, disease, injury, or by birth. This kind of problem is a serious concern for those who actually have them. Sometimes, it badly affects the self-confidence of a person. In others, this kind of mark may restrict them from socializing, getting a particular job for themselves, or prevent them from doing some activities they would like to indulge in. Facelifts are also a common surgery nowadays, which help a person to look slimmer and younger on the face.

Another type is known as cosmetic plastic surgery, which is done to rectify the flaws in order to improve one's image. It could be a big nose, wrinkles on face, bad shape of the lips, or size of the breasts. Cosmetic surgery has a solution to all these problems. Liposuction is another form of cosmetic surgical procedures, which is immensely popular. This is done on those who are suffering from obesity or excessive accumulation of fat in the body. It is used to get rid of fat deposits from all such areas from where fat cannot be removed by just following a diet and exercise.

Botox is a non-surgical cosmetic surgery, which is used to revitalize the wrinkled facial skin with the help of injections. Another form involves laser treatment which is often used for acne scar removal.

In the year 2006, nearly 11 million and in 2007, 12 million cosmetic surgeries were performed in the United States alone.

According to the survey conducted by ASAPS in 2010, 9,336,814 surgeries were performed in the US, out of which 1,622,290 were surgical.

Between 2012-2013, there was a 6.5% increase in the total number of cosmetic surgeries in the US.

In 2013, there were over 11 million surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures conducted in the US.

In ancient Rome, plastic surgeries were conducted as a means to get rid of the scars as they considered it shameful and it implied that a man had turned his back during the war.

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The first plastic surgery on nose was performed in India in 600 B.C. The skin from other parts of the body was removed and used for reshaping the nose.

According to a survey conducted in the year 2005 by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), the most popular surgical cosmetic surgeries are liposuction, breast augmentation, cosmetic eyelid surgery, nose reshaping and abdominoplasty or tummy tuck.



Among the non-surgical cosmetic surgeries, botox and laser treatment tops the list of popularity. Cosmetic surgery is a very expensive process. Hence, it is done by those people who are in a very high income group.

Statistics revealed that it is rhinoplasty the women who undergo cosmetic surgery to bring about improvement in their physical structure. More than 90 percent of the surgery are carried out on women. Though the number of men undergoing this type of surgery is increasing every year.

People who are mostly in the age group of 35-50 years go in for cosmetic surgery and account for 42% of the total number of cosmetic surgeries. Those in the age group of 19-34 years come next with 18% of the total surgeries.



Source: ASAPS

Risks

Like any other surgery, there are risks involved with cosmetic surgery as well. During recovery, one can experience a lot of pain. Chances of infection is also there, which can lead to a lot of complications. There is always a possibility of bad cosmetic surgery, where the end result may not turn out to be the same as expected by the doctor or/and the patient. Therefore, prior to going under the knife, it is always advisable to have a detailed discussion with your doctor about your expectation and the chances of its fulfillment.

One of the most important features of cosmetic surgery is that one should choose the surgeon after a thorough check of his credentials. Cosmetic surgery can be done by any surgeon. There is no regulation as such on the surgeons who can perform the surgery, therefore, one should be extremely careful. One can take the reference from friends and the past clients of the concerned surgeon too, to have a fair idea about his work and success stories.

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