I'm just gonna leave this here....
If you're talking about keeping it local, I'd rather see an installation by someone that's actually from Charleston as opposed to someone that lived here for four years.
But I 'liked' your comment! Can't I at least get a sympathy like over here?!?!
not your best humor, liberace.
"include someone who graduated from the C of C ?"
When that happens I'm sure they will.
What if ,for a 30th anniversary, they could make the installation include someone who graduated from the C of C ?
"Are you serious?"
43% of the time, I am serious 3/4 of the time.
They chose a real city, one with more than five usable locations? Huh.
Pronghorn and Ron Liberte: Best to let folks you are stupid and ignorant than to write idiotic statements, post them, and remove all doubt. Are you serious? Must be College of College students.
Yeah but there are still plenty in the chamber.
A) You misspelled Andy Dick.
B) Fuckin' A.
C) That's what they're paying people to attend, right?
A) Phil Hartman's wife should have shot Colin Quinn instead of Phil Hartman.
B) I would go to this event if it was Norm McDonald.
Holy shit, is it 1998 already?!
Why doesn't CSoL merge with them?
Watch Detropia, a very sad documentary on a once successful American city.
In lieu of a sports arena? They can't even provide basic police and fire service. They better sell what they can now.
The actual plan calls for them to reduce the area of the city that will get services and
consolidate whole neighborhoods. Leaving miles and miles, of previous parts of the city,
wasteland or..trying urban farms.
Detroit is a great example, in miniature, of what eventually happens when you borrow to finance unsustainable policies for years on end. The same applies to the US federal budget.
Such poor decision-making has consequences (to the astonishment of some).
"Ron, we get it. You're a genius, with intimate knowledge of everybody and everything. Why don't you get a column and print your name and picture along with all your amazing bits of insight?"
That hurt. That really, really...hurt.
Thank you, BNP. It's about time someone recognized my contributions to society. Please donate to my paypal account if you would like to learn more.
The financial challenges in Detroit began during the economic meltdown created by a prior administration's policies. Civilizations are made notable by the visual and cultural arts they create and accrue. Detroit should show high regard for saving their art collections in lieu of spending a fortune to build a sports arena.
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