I am so sad to see you go from this position. I will really miss you and your thoughtful and thought provoking pieces. Thank you so much!
Thank you so much for your insightful and thought-provoking column. I will miss it so much. Many a column roused me to cheer out loud.
Good luck, good riddance and good bye. Don't let the door...
I wish you luck with a tear in my eye. Yes, Ive always thought that you were a phone call away to share a great pizza. I just should have picked up that phone. Great travels my friend!
Best wishes my friend. We appreciate all you have down to make us aware of the facts, and try to make Charleston a place where human rights and equality mean something.
Enjoyed your work - glad that you always played "hardball" with those right wing ignorant "wing nuts".
Many thanks for your insights, sometimes provocative, about what's going on around here. We'll miss your comments ... and I hope you'll bless us with some more pearls of your wisdom with a WillBlog or something.
Best wishes. As one of the areas other progressive writers, I wish you the best. Enjoy your travels.
Will, we will truly miss you!! Your coherent, thoughtful and well-written commentary will be impossible to replace. And this parting column is a sterling example of your style and thoughtfulness.
Good luck, Will.
Coming soon to this page of the City Paper: variety! (I hope)
Will, your book on Myrtle was pretty good, I enjoyed it, but I truely have never seen someone find as much fault and be as negative as you. Your bad mouthing of the white people of the South was relentless, week after week. Dude, I hope you find happiness somewhere, but it starts with you trying find the best in others not always looking for and writing about their worst traits. Good luck. Travis
Good luck on your endeavors. Thanks for ten years of inspiring debate.
Thank God...bout time to move on grandpa....
Farewell. I have enjoyed and mostly agreed with your writings. I sometimes thought you focus might have been a bit broader. Good luck in future endeavors.
Will, I am going to miss reading your columns and thank you for all the good articles you have written over the years. Enjoy your travels but don't disappear on us.
It is sad that your columns, filled with communism and liberal drivel, will no longer be here to get me fired up in the morning. I love to hate your columns. Good luck in your future endeavors
Will, thanks for your years of fighting the good fight and offering sane views. We'll miss your writing but wish you well on future projects.
wow !. here, i thought that about 17 cents tax on each gallon of gas sold in SC went to fix and build Roads and bridges, and another 17 cents went to the federal gov to waste.. when i moved here in 1959, the tax on gas was set aside to fix/repair, roads and bridges. and even build new roads and bridges. What happened to all that money ? I think that the gas tax is still required to be spent on those items . As for education . our problem as well as our National problem in education is far to mush liberal Unions and teachers in the class rooms. the removal of Discipline from the classrooms, and far to must social passing to the next grade, when in one of our counties 13% of the freshman class can't read beyond the 4th grade and worse this school year Aug. 2012 not good at all.
"PRIDE" goeth before a fall. The gay/sodomite/homosexual/lesbian issue is bad for any society, all we need to do is look at Sodom & Gomorrah, and the other cities of the plains that were destroyed for going after strange flesh, it surely wasn't because of treating others less, like the sodomite community would want us to believe. There is danger in "Diversity". mark it well,look around you and see the degeneration of that very thing called "Diversity".
Cat Person. Now it all makes sense.
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