So glad I live north of the Mason–Dixon line
Well referring to the one on my wall, they are not all Caucasian on the current calendar. Maybe you should have bought one instead of complaining ImFromHere.
Simple,rather than include the spirits in the price of the ticket, just ask for "DONATIONS" to attend the event. Voluntary donations.
You are not selling spirits, you are giving it away.
Now if we could just get some enforcement of illegal short-term rentals.
There's just *so* much social and cultural commentary lurking in this piece.
"yep, when you can't think of anything original, cite somebody else"
What sort of original thought do you think I'm going to have about a colloquial contraction? Do I look like a linguist? Or etymologist? Sheesh.
At least I didn't artrogue it and just post a wall of text verbatim from a website without attribution.
love east bound and down...but that is one scary island. pleasantville in color.
daniel island scares me.
Hahaha. Proper question.
Are they all going to be Caucasian men again?
yep, when you can't think of anything original, cite somebody else
God, you aren't from around here, are you? It's spelled y'all - a contraction of 'you' and 'all'.
"Love is two minutes and fifty seconds of squelching noises."
That art is trashy.
Not to spring a spoiler on anyone, but halfway through the movie there's an intermission where Anna Kendrick performs a ten-minute solo softcore scene.
Prong - his work is actually in a quite a few published works, available in national bookstores on online journals. His bio has some of that info, but you can check
* Illuminations, from the CofC english department
* Home Is Where: An Anthology of African American Poetry from the Carolinas
* My South: A People, A Place, A World of Its Own
* Charleston Salt and Iron
* Charleston Currents (online)
* PBS Newshour
All of those poems are self-published on a blog. None of them were submitted for publication at an editor's discretion.
Thanks for the link, though. I look forward to perusing them at some point.
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