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Re: “Charleston gearing up for first major downtown parking study in 20 years

Update these damn coin machine and get some like Columbia has.

Posted by brian simmons on May 24, 2017 at 6:03 PM

Re: “Summer etiquette from an enlightened caveman

It's also worth comparing an adult enjoying a beverage to a baby/toddler having to enjoy theirs under a blanket. It's freaking hot under there.
Mothers can't overheat their babies just so absolutely no one sees some boob skin. We'll try to be discreet sometimes, but come on. It's too hot for a blanket in the summer.

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Posted by Sarah Dulin Glenn on May 24, 2017 at 4:34 PM

Re: “Summer etiquette from an enlightened caveman

I have a question for your legal eagle buddy. While at a Golden Corral, I witnessed a 'young person' stick a chicken leg under the wonderful flow of chocolate at the chocolate fountain, place it in his mouth to lick the chocolate off the salty friend chicken leg, and then reinsert the chick piece under the flow of chocolate for a flavor refill, doing this several times before the leg gave up the meat leaving him only a bone which he promptly let fall to the floor. Does this constitute a 'double dip'? I think not since the dip technically flowed over the chicken rather than the chicken being dipped into a stagnant pond of chocolate. I realize that the chocolate is then pumped back up to the top to continue its flow to the bottom once again, but the legal point is that the chicken was not dipped? But I defer to his legal knowledge.

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Posted by Jshicke on May 24, 2017 at 11:39 AM

Re: “The Agenda: Gowdy poised to take chairmanship?; Times Square suspect jailed at Hanahan brig in 2013; Opioid aid

Most of trump's administration started out with unsecured and personal servers and only changed after being exposed, so hypocrisy anyone?

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Posted by tupper29406 on May 24, 2017 at 8:56 AM

Re: “What we can learn from Turkey's regime

First correction: these are no Americans, but Turkish and Syrian citizens holding a US residents permit. Don't make it sound like they are US citizens. Secondly, these people are terrorists or supporters of terrorists who found a safe ground in the US, and this should be your first question: how is it possible that the US allows these people to enter the US.

Furthermore, if the US has all the rights to attack any terrorist or perceived terrorists in the world, Al Qaida, Taliban, Saddam, Khaddafi, Asad, or threaten countries and leaders of countries, then Turkey has every right to hit back on their terrorists. Anywhere in the world. I can't put it more simpler and clearer.

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Posted by TJ Karamanli on May 24, 2017 at 8:20 AM

Re: “Mayor of New Orleans makes the case for removing Confederate monuments

A great American once said"Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death".
Another note is: The Confederate Flag had "nothing" to do with "slavery" & therefore was "not" "racist".

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Posted by Ernest Duncan on May 24, 2017 at 7:38 AM

Re: “Mayor of New Orleans makes the case for removing Confederate monuments

As a father of three wonderful children who are all successful citizens,I have a philosophy of life & one of many.
When educating our children,we don't "remove" an object that they are fond of or "not"fond of,for they will always wonder "why" Mom & Dad did this.What we do is "EDUCATE" them on why this is what it is & what it means to "history"or to "anything".
This is what we call education not brainwashing.

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Posted by Ernest Duncan on May 24, 2017 at 7:32 AM

Re: “The Agenda: S.C.'s radioactive landfill; New ethics probe bigger than 'Lost Trust'?; Moped rules sharpened

I think this is a great place to "Drain The Swamp" & I'll be the first to put a name on the list:
1- Stephen Colbert

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Posted by Ernest Duncan on May 24, 2017 at 6:42 AM
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