Yes, because having to clean gum wrappers off the floor, that you probably put there, is the mark of a horrible coach.
Damn, Vinny, looks like you Clemsoned this one.
I agree 100% with the above comments. The F-Bomb just seems out of place in the article. The insulting use of the team name as a verb shows your agenda pull in an audience and insult them...
Finally, your content doesn't support the title very well.
Maybe just stick with something that you are good at.
Why drop the F-bomb ? I was thinking this article was pretty professional until I read that...
It's certainly looks like you're only posing as a Clemson fan from your article. The fact that you incorrectly cite the Syracuse game as the final road game only further proves this point.
Also, Eric Dungey isn't playing for Syracuse this weekend. And your quote about Clemson having less depth at RB than Syracuse is completely off base. I wouldn't try this again if I were you. Leave the reporting and even the blogging to someone more knowledgeable.
Yes, he is a terrible person and coach. No team should want him. Go Coogs!
All these pictures are from the Holy City Halloween at the Jail, and its not even mentioned in this article..
Why are those glasses the color of asparagus-pee?
KJ Kearney. Maybe he is a guest columnist. Who cares? Still the worst.
This guy may be the worst CCP staff writer in the history of ever.
Any idea when Crawl with the Creeps starts??
"....it may have seemed like a snob fest. Far from it!!"
"Not snobbish at all...."
Two accounts, first posts, 2 hours apart.
Also, sorry, if you're in a group of people similar to you, you likely aren't going to recognize snobbery.
"...the attendees represented all kinds of folks!"
Um, no. They represented folks who share a similar interest in an event like this. Folks who probably fall in a fairly narrow subset of Charleston with regard to socioeconomic status.
Pretty ironic that this article starts with the author snarkily describing "a bunch of older ladies with both copious and cumbersome amounts of Clicquot swag" then totes his own table and chairs to a dinner event. Is unselfaware a word?
I think your Fright Life calendar may need updating. Instead of "more than 80 events in our Fright Life halloween calendar", there are actually only 3 listed! Help!
It was so much fun! Not snobbish at all and the attendees represented all kinds of folks! Everyone was polite,cheerful and friendly. And in that sense it was,indeed, very Charleston!
I will attend again next year.....and bring more friends!
To the casual observer, or reader of this article, it may have seemed like a snob fest. Far from it!! With everything from casual to wedding attire, and caviar to chick fil a, it was good people watching, and a great time!! Definitely not my husbands scene so I brought a friend. Life is all about experiences, and this was one to remember. I can't wait for next year and fully plan to go ALL out, just for the fun and absurdity of it :)
With all due respect...I thought it was a terrible idea, bitched about it to my wife, and didn't want to go.....It was a ton of fun and I'd go again. I still don't like the idea of bringing my own table though.
Who cares. They are still going to lose to everyone remaining on their schedule. Including the Citadel.
Sounds perfectly Charleston, though.
$20 glasses of Veuve and an all white party? Sounds terrible.
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