100,000 Followers & What It Means To Z


I’ll be honest, this past year hasn’t been the easiest for me. I’m not going to go into detail, but yeah. Like everyone else, I’m just trying to make it through each day taking it one day at a time.

Cleveland Sports Talk (clesportstalk.com) has been my baby since I made the brand way back in 2010 when I was just a teenager. I made it to “stick it” to my parents who wanted me to focus on my school work instead of watching sports all day and night. Honestly, they weren’t wrong in caring for their son doing well with his work. But since then, the brand just stuck…

P.S. – I did graduate high school HAHA.

Today, the CST Twitter (X) just surpassed the 100,000 mark. A very special milestone to reach showcasing just how much the brand has grown over the course of the years. It’s those very same parents, friends, these special writers, and of course all of the followers that are to thank for this becoming a possibility. The website reached over six million views a few years back and I’ve had many opportunities because of it.

In 2016, I became aware of something.

The Cleveland Cavaliers came back from down 3-1 to the Golden State Warriors to win the championship. Of course, it was so exciting as The Land finally got the title we coveted for all of these years.

However, I took a look around. I realized that…wait a second. All of my problems still exist. The team winning the championship doesn’t solve everything and this life can be very harsh as time goes on.

Certainly, I’m being a buzzkill. However, since I was just a few years old these games were literally life or death for me in the meaning of them.

Now, I’m still a huge fan and always will be. Yet I just simply remember that, as they always say, it’s just a game.

I’ve always been known as that guy who loved the Cleveland teams and having a website and brand dedicated to these very clubs didn’t help with that reputation. I’ve asked for it like Travis Kelce is asking for attention dating Taylor Swift.

Yeah, I’ve loved and continue to love running this brand and doing so for all of these years now. Reaching the milestone of 100,000 does go to show how much all of this hard work has paid off over time.

I’m not by any means telling people to stop being fans or anything of that nature. I just think that life humbles you over time. For me, it was those very finals that served as such a realization. For you, it might be a different affair or moment that occurs in your life.

100,000. Wow. Just gave each of my doggies a kiss.

Just thinking about that number is so special.

Once again, thank you to everyone involved in this operation that made it possible. I just know that even if the Browns win or lose on Sunday I’m still going to visit Grandma and call Bubbe. Because when it’s all set a done those two are way more important than 100,000.

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