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The Cleveland sports coloring book is a project we can get behind

Finally, an engaging way for kids to learn all about disappointment and Murphy's Law.

Finally, a charitable cause we can all get behind: Why Is Daddy Sad on Sunday?

... a coloring book featuring the most disappointing moments in Cleveland sports history. Fun for kids and the folks, providing their Prozac scripts are up to date. It's a Kickstarter campaign by Scott O'Brien, a Cleveland sports fan transplanted to Los Angeles.

This project is not about reopening old Cleveland wounds. I'll leave that to the national sports media. This is about having a laugh at the sheer lunacy of what we have "witnessed" over the years. We know we have to laugh sometimes to avoid losing our minds.

It's also about sharing the history with our children so they can appreciate why we cheer the way do, and more often, hang our heads in disbelief. At the very least, it is a great way for them to learn about Murphy's Law.

It'll be 55 pages of fun, from The Drive to The Decision and all the other lows over the years.

(h/t KSK)

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