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Re: “South Carolina lawmakers aim to label porn as a public health hazard

I've heard that term before, but not sure what it means. What is porn?

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Posted by Clark Surratt on March 3, 2017 at 8:13 AM

Re: “South Carolina lawmakers aim to label porn as a public health hazard

The damn SC sex patrol group again. Why worry about roads and education when Courtney Cummz and Eva Angelina have captured the attention of our political Columbia Crew. I, for one, am mildly disappointed at us only being 25th in the nation. I guess I need to spend some extra time on pornhub to try to bring up our ranking. I know we could be #1 if we all work at it a little harder. Who's the #1 now?

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Posted by Cia Culinarykid on March 2, 2017 at 7:45 PM

Re: “South Carolina lawmakers aim to label porn as a public health hazard

What is the public health hazard? Carpal tunnel syndrome? My take away is this "Pornhub users in the Palmetto State spend an average of 10 minutes 44 seconds on the site per visit, 29 seconds longer than the national average." I heard "South Carolina people can last 29 seconds longer than the national average." Finally we aren't number 50 in something.

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Posted by markfullercot on March 2, 2017 at 6:24 PM

Re: “South Carolina lawmakers aim to label porn as a public health hazard

Please call or email these idiots and tell them to focus on important things like roads and taxes.

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Posted by Hal Clay on March 2, 2017 at 6:09 PM

Re: “Attorneys for Michael Slager cite Trump’s declarations of ‘fake news’ in allegations of media witch-hunt

Fake news: completely fabricated stories peddled by click-baiters to rubes eager for confirmation of their preconceived notions.

Slanted coverage: news that covers a story with a narrative in mind. Not the same thing whatsoever.

Unfriendly coverage: news that YOU don't agree with.

Officer Slager shot a fleeing man in the back multiple times, leading to that man's death. That's not fake news... we've all seen it ourselves. Sorry your client isn't getting painted as a hero for shooting a man at a distance in the back, but it is real news even if it is unfriendly to the accused.

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Posted by factoryconnection on March 2, 2017 at 3:37 PM

Re: “Hush That Fuss?

"Would it have not made sense to attempt to first diffuse the situation peacefully, allowing the students to be disciplined by their families and their school?"
The problem is, the parents would NOT discipline their children. This is likely how the children ended up in this situation. A child does not suddenly go from good to bad overnight, it is a process. Had the parents been made to come down, then the situation likely would have re-escalated as parents refuse to accept that their children are not the little angels they perceive them to be, or begin the discipline process right then and there.

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Posted by Jshicke on March 2, 2017 at 2:15 PM

Re: “Hush That Fuss?

The comments on this article about "respect" is a canned response to incidents like this.

These are kids. We live in a society that normalizes arrests.

Remember the 13th amendment. The school to prison pipeline needs to be dismantled.

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Posted by HunterBoone on March 2, 2017 at 12:44 PM

Re: “Protesters clash outside of Bree Newsome lecture

So this civil rights "activist" decided it was okay to violate someone else's civil rights that he disagreed with? Do any of you know the meaning of ironic? Breaking the law for public attention and notoriety is still breaking the law.

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Posted by Peter Gozinya on March 2, 2017 at 10:08 AM

Re: “Hush That Fuss?

Watching this video I observed around the 2:43 mark a student attempting to grab something from the left side of the officer's belt and also saw another large student rush the officer. Bringing the parents in to diffuse the situation would have made the situation worse, as they would have to wait for them to arrive and also you don't want to bring more people into an already volatile situation. Plus if the parents had taught the children respect then we wouldn't have had the incident occur at all. Also around the same time mark you can clearly see one officer putting his body cam back on. Let me ask, how would YOU have diffused the situation peacefully? The police did indeed remove the problem which was assault, not simple students' pranks. You never address the assault on the bus driver and the students stating that they wanted a black driver , not a white one, which is clearly racist, but I don't expect you to understand that. The age of the students do not matter as I read in the paper just this morning of a killing by a 17 year old and a burglary by a 16 year old. You remind me of what the principal said when my daughter complained about being groped in the hallway, " Boys will be boys", which didn't go over well with me or my wife. Perhaps if you ever get assaulted you can ask for the perps name and call his parents to diffuse the situation instead of calling the police.

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Posted by Peter Gozinya on March 2, 2017 at 9:53 AM

Re: “Why we're switching to Facebook-verified member accounts

So we got rid of jaxx and landsnark, two of the worst trolls here. Thank goodness.

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Posted by Peter Gozinya on March 2, 2017 at 9:52 AM

Re: “Hush That Fuss?

So, when a bus full of black people has an altercation and "only black people are arrested", you think that that is some kind of racial profiling!?! What a joke, stop with your white guilt and write about things that matter. Parents need to teach kids respect for authority and shit like this wont happen. I was taught to deal with police like you deal with your grandparents/elders. "Yes sir, sorry sir, never will i do it again sir" even if you think you are in the right. You can deal with the charges in front of a judge later. If you cooperate, you usually get a slap on the wrist.

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Posted by bryanruth on March 2, 2017 at 9:24 AM

Re: “Jeff Sessions brings racist baggage from Senate to AG's office

No, but Jackson did run for president once. My point is that he is more racist than Sessions ever was, but black people seem to get a break when they are blatantly racist. Plus Sessions isn't racist. And your point is...?

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Posted by Showmoor on March 1, 2017 at 3:49 PM

Re: “Thief allegedly robs Girl Scouts of their cookie money

Ever-who thinks that this is not a deplorable person stealing from the Girl Scouts, IS deplorable themselves if they condone this.

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Posted by tupper29406 on March 1, 2017 at 2:04 PM

Re: “Attorneys for Michael Slager cite Trump’s declarations of ‘fake news’ in allegations of media witch-hunt

I heard these skinhead looking dudes talking in the mall the other day. They were all pissed off at something. Fed up or something like that... One dude was like "Man the chit we got at the gun show is untraceable" The other dude was like "Yeah and hunting rounds will go through their vests". Then the first dude said "Now all we gotta' do is make a bogus call and wait." I wonder what they were talking about?

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Posted by Filo Beddo on March 1, 2017 at 11:06 AM

Re: “Jeff Sessions brings racist baggage from Senate to AG's office

Showmoor: Was Jesse Jackson being nominated a US AG?

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Posted by Lorraine Hazekamp Scanlon on February 28, 2017 at 3:34 PM

Re: “Thief allegedly robs Girl Scouts of their cookie money

Deplorable!

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Posted by tupper29406 on February 28, 2017 at 6:48 AM

Re: “Muhiyidin d'Baha sits down with Quintin Washington two days after arrest during Confederate flag protest

So, Chesterboy, what you're saying is that him fighting against it validates it? If he did nothing, would that not also validate it? I'm sure it wouldn't matter to you how he opposed it, it would all give validity to the cause, right?

No one is supreme over anyone else. We're all people. We have the same thoughts, feelings and abilities. We all get traffic tickets, jail sentences, college degrees and Nobel prizes for the same things. What separates us is language, distance and culture. These are the very things that we should peacefully engage one another on, to grow closer as human beings - because we're much more alike than we are different - instead of using those things to divide and conquer based on nationalistic differences or melanin count. The separatist/racist mindset is the problem, and it's the very reason why his reaction was one of the noblest of responses. Fighting against the problem of evil is the only way to reach a solution of peace. To not fight against evil is to fight for it. If the things white supremacists do are done to them, they'll be in an uproar, because they know it's unfair. It's not only unfair if it's done to them. It's unfair against all of us. Anyone operating under the double standard which says otherwise sits at the height of hypocrisy and is the cancer of humanity. Unity doesn't cause problems, division does. Be part of the solution.

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Posted by William Davis on February 27, 2017 at 5:19 PM

Re: “Protesters clash outside of Bree Newsome lecture

Put up a gofundme page for his bail, court and attorney fees. WORTH IT!

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Posted by Chelle Ellis on February 27, 2017 at 5:05 PM
Posted by tupper29406 on February 27, 2017 at 1:29 PM

Re: “The Agenda: Tecklenburg pushes I-526; Solar tax breaks; DeMint's Heritage a bridge for Trump agenda

"D.C. think tank behind Donald Trump"? Trump is not too keen on anyone not behind him.
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Posted by tupper29406 on February 27, 2017 at 1:23 PM
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