Congrats. Much better than being a food critique who is too nice to say a place sucks. I hope you do not start editing my bad language and mean spirited restaurant comments (That are always true). I have no niceness left in me for places that suck or even semi suck and I won't pretend.
and the editorial value of this rag continues to devolve.
Just passing through. Great billboard!
I am disappointed to hear that your city is even considering a ban on any weapon when it is a violation of the 2nd amendment right. When did a city have the right to change the constitution to be a PC City? I spend about 5 weeks a year in your city each year and if the passes you have lost all the money I send there. I am ashamed of the city of Charleston and the State of South Carolina. Your pay cut is in your hands enjoy and I will be passing this information on to all of my friends and everyone I meet while traveling around as to how un-American your city has become.
Really? How absolutely shocking!! I am horrified and taken aback by this info. I would never suspect SC as being waaaayyyy behind the times or having a lack of diversity in Judicial appointments. Number 47 out of 50 you say? As Prong would say, Thank God for Mississippi. They always prevent us from finishing last. Take it further Dustin. How diverse is the Judicial Merit Selection Commission?
I want to know is Mr. Quirk-Garvin Amish? Cause he def needs the hat to complete the look he's going for.
"I want to know how tall that blue fence was that surrounded the stage and protected the Democrats from the Democrats?"
Have you ever been to a political event at the Presidential level? They don't fuck around with security measures.
I want to know how tall that blue fence was that surrounded the stage and protected the Democrats from the Democrats?
John- Brady is a delegate w/ the S.C. delegation who is writing as a guest blogger from Philadelphia. So, he's not a " REPORTER" or even a regular ol' reporter. This post was written before things got started on Monday.
of course he was there, but he's a "Company Man"
why no mention of the melt down with the Bernie supporters, the large demonstrations,the booing of the invocation prayer, the removal of Debbie washerwoman Schultz and the disunity with the dems.? was this " REPORTER" actually there ?
Cory Booker? Oh, OK.
"Edit - and yet here we are, still commenting as before with our nefarious usernames...?"
The trick is never to log out.
I'll ask again, does anyone have a citation or link that shows a connection between the environmental movement and introducing plastic bags in stores? I haven't found one. What I see is a lot of data showing that the petroleum/plastic industry was hell-bent on getting a chunk of a huge industry.
I believe Muhiyidin d’Baha is a bit of an American Transcendentalist.
Civil Disobedience - Henry David Thoreau
Vietger - Your assessment is true. There are all kinds of problems in the inner cities, and disadvantaged rural areas. We all know the story of how it got that way. Why tell it again?
People like Muhiyidin d’Baha are not shying away from that. There really needs to be an effort by the entire community to help make things right - it all fits under the auspices of public safety, so our champion has picked a good place to start. We need to do all we can to improve relations with police and citizens. As solutions are implemented, the "black on black" crime will diminish - part of the solution involves creating opportunity, improving self image with loving acceptance, giving the "downtrodden captives" a leg up, preserving the rich Gullah culture, and preventing gentrification.
Getting tired of being 'half-cented' to death. We seem to keep building projects we cannot afford to maintain.
Did we not get rid of paper bags and start using plastic because we wanted to save the trees? Now we want to get rid of the plastic to save the turtles, and, what, go back to killing the trees? Make up your minds.
The summary of what happened at the P&C website is accurate. I expect more or less the same here.
The comments section at CCP is my favorite part also, and the main reason for that is the anonymity. People say what they really think. There are some mean-spirited and lower-intelligence people who can't discuss things without resulting to personal insults, it's true - but for the most part it's lively and informative and civil.
When someone can do an internet search in a second and find out where I live (Chas County Property Records), where I work (LinkedIn, a must in my job role), etc - no thanks. Too many nutjobs out there and I value privacy as much as possible.
Also, y'all might find out that I actually dropped out The Citadel 1 hour and 14 minutes into my knob year in Aug 1991, thus failing to actually become a member of the The Citadel c/o 1995, and then, even worse, went to the College of Charleston. Such shame would be unbearable, as I am sure you can understand!
Edit - and yet here we are, still commenting as before with our nefarious usernames...?
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