Definitely not Walter Scott
I like the piece, but I did immediately associate it with Trayvon Martin and not Walter Scott.
I'm just being honest. Good job on creating it.
I love ballet so much! The people, the uniforms, the tutus, the show, the story - they're all really beautiful! I love to buy my ballet uniforms from www.energetiks.com.au - they always have new models and they're all really cute! It's not expensive as well. Try to visit that site if you're looking for some ballet uniforms:)
Well done! I have grabbed picnic sandwiches from there myself!
The play should have read "A dysfunctional southern small-minded council member" and the family who was left to deal with it. That would identify our current council member who had no business sticking his nose into the theaters' business. Those clowns need to focus on continuing to try and ruin our city, and not spew his opinions on things that no one cares to hear about.
And live music from Avi Jacob.
Good news for good people.
Only as much as anything does.
Mat, did you mean to say something?
ce est progressif!
Truth1 , so negative
Signing a child up for "Glee" class should bring about a visit from DSS.
Funny, didn't even know they existed. #NotVeryGoodCirculation
"One of the coolest features is the pull tab design, which ejects the wallet's contents without having to unfold anything."
Sounds like a good way to lose all your stuff.
Watch porn and drink beer at my house Monday-Sunday.
John was a class act and a true son of Charleston. He was loved by many and will be missed by all.
I like it, but ... I expect the identification of light blue with North Carolina will annoy some.
Let's see: Crosby's Florence performance was cancelled because of this guy's innuendos as well as a bunch of unproven, decades old allegations from questionable sources, but this putz still gets to play Charleston. Where's the fairness in that? Mr. Buress should be glad we can't bring rotten eggs and tomatoes with us.....
I spent time with John Carroll Doyle when he was the Wildlife Expo featured artist. What a warm person and a fine man. Icky to see Marty Adams catching a free ride on the legacy of someone who forgave her self-entitled snobbery over and over.
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