Nice to see that there's a range so close to Charleston. I like outdoor ranges though, I'll stick with Twin Ponds, though it is a long drive.
I love the fact that the range is very close to people who live in West Ashley, Ravenel and downtown Charleston. I really enjoyed my experience there and would highly recommend it to anyone.
Am I supposed to find amusement in this nonsensical, egocentric garbage? For someone to claim themselves as a history major, Cohen clearly knows nothing about preserving it. Ever stop to think that the museum was built like a fortress without windows because we live in a hurricane zone? Sorry the galleries were too dark for you, but obviously you can't throw 1,000 watts of hot light on an artifact all day and expect it to last. In fact, there are signs and labels throughout the entire place explaining why light levels in the museum are strictly controlled, but I guess you didn't see any of them. Too bad you thought the hairstyles were dated - because they are pictured from the 19th century! Maybe a little time as a volunteer in the world of non-profits would teach you something about what it takes to maintain a place like the Charleston Museum on a limited budget - seeing as you got in for free anyway and didn't even need the measly $10 for a ticket. (By comparison the Aquarium is $30). I frequent the Museum and love it, my kids love it, and my extended family loves it. Susan Cohen, you're an idiot - and I mean that sincerely.
"I'm a VIP — as a member of the press — and I am being treated as such."
I bet they regret treating you that way after reading this drivel.
Was this supposed to be funny? Witty? What?
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