If the Cleveland Browns can finish off a historic season, should the town and its fans celebrate?
That is the question percolating in northeast Ohio these days.
At least cost won’t be a problem.
A GoFundMe started to raise $1,999 to cover the costs of putting on a parade in honor of the once-proud franchise going 0-16 (if it loses its last two games) has far surpassed that goal.
It is already over $5,000, and even those who think this is still or misguided should be happy to know the any leftover money will be donated to the Cleveland Food Bank.
If there is no parade, that organization gets all the dough.
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