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Maggie Brazeau (MissySedai)
Dancer, Darkfriend, Cook, Gamer, Geek, Mother, Cat Herder, Dog Scratcher
Dancer, Darkfriend, Cook, Gamer, Geek, Mother, Cat Herder, Dog Scratcher


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Rocky likes to lie around and eat grass.
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It's a hard knock life.

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4 years ago!

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Rocky bids you good evening!

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First Friday always finds Rocky singing with the tornado sirens. Zoe just checks to make sure her brother is OK.

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This is Zoe, my 3 year old APBT, imploring me not to work today.

In half an hour, she will be snoring in my lap with my keyboard balanced on her while I take tech support calls.

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Appeal Type: Rejected Title Edit
Current Portal Title:  Edward Liberty House
Correct Portal Title:  Edward D. Libbey House
Portal Location:  2008 Scottwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio  41°38′32″N 83°33′29″W

Reason for rejection:  Suggested title changes or descriptions weren't necessary; the current title/description were already adequate
Suggested changes were incorrect or could not be verified

+NIA Ops , come on.  It's the very first hit when you search Google, and it actually says LIBBEY on the plaque in the scanner photo, included below. How is correct information not necessary or not verifiable?

Google Search Results:
Google Image Search Results:
Additional plaque photo:
National Register of Historic Places:

The Edward Drummond Libbey House, the former home of Libbey Glass founder Edward Drummond Libbey and his wife, Florence Scott Libbey, is situated in Toledo's Old West End neighborhood, within sight of the Toledo Museum of Art, which was founded and permanently endowed by the Libbey family.

Now an international company, Libbey Glass is still headquartered in Toledo and is one of Toledo's largest employers.  It is thanks to Edward Drummond Libbey that Toledo became the "Glass Capital of the World".

It seems only proper that we spell his name correctly on his house.  Can we fix this, please?

Please note:  The Edward D. Libbey House is NOT private residential property.  It is owned by the non-profit Libbey House Foundation, and serves to educate our community about the city's roots in glassmaking.

The Libbey House Foundation:
Toledo Blade:

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Type of appeal - Rejected portal edit - Incorrect Pin
Portal Name : Champion Leap Frogger
Location :   41.684553, -83.621098

This art Frog, one of dozens located around the city of Toledo, is located at the main entrance of the Ramada Inn and Conference Center of Toledo.  Scanner pictures clearly show that the Frog is located OUTSIDE the building - in fact, visitors must pass by it to enter the hotel to get to the Front Desk.  It is located to the right of the main revolving door, under the entry canopy, providing company for guests who slip out to the bench for a smoke.  The Frogs are a well-loved symbol of our city, which bears the nickname of Frogtown.

Current pin placement puts the Frog squarely in a secure, employees-only area inside of the hotel.  Ingressers attempting to access this portal disrupt the daily operations of the hotel by driving around to try to find it, causing inconvenience to the guests and staff alike, and impeding legitimate traffic in the parking areas.  

Several requests have been made to correct the pin placement, including requests by hotel staff and guests.  As you can see by the Satellite View of the facility, the current pin placement isn't even close to the actual location of this portal.

Can we please correct the pin placement so visitors can actually go to the Frog, instead of needing to wander around looking for it?
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