There has never been a valid figure for non believers and there never will be for valid reasons. (like decapitation or flaying for heretics and apostates) A goal for humanists is to find fellow men and women of like mind.
Excellent work, Ms. Spitz, in shedding light on this charged subject in your debut story for CCP. Your writing is refreshing, insightful, and appears to be carefully researched. I have followed your work from your previous engagement with Willamette Week in Portland, Oregon. Great to have young writers with substance, style, and class. Brava!
Congrats to Michael Campina for his outstanding photography -
Left off the best place of all. I will now begrudgingly share it with y'all because I already got all of mine, cleaned them and froze them, all 60 of them. Livingston's Bulls Bay Seafood in McClellanville. Pay the same price that the restaurants do, 4 bucks a crab, don't matter if y'all the big time famous chef or the small time crab eater. I do this every year. I love the Livingston family. Simple Carolina Softshells: Get em alive, bring a cooler, home they go, cut off their mean little mugs, clean em good, blot dry. Wrap in wax paper, them aluminum foil, pop in freezer. When ready, defrost, egg wash, light flour, saut, on to soft white bread and a little of the classic, elegant, condiment found in every good Southern chef's fridge - Dukes, no need for any extra bullshit on these babies. Why ruin a good thing. I'll be eating these in June with the first tomatoes and straight through the summer.
Oh reeeeaaalllyy? Too little, too late. The Charleston Planning Commission is waaaay late to the party.
But it WAS Johnny Depp, K-$.
so why do city cops shill for Uber instead of a cab company?
I sure hope they smarten up and get us on par with Georgia and No. Carolina and do it quickly. There are a lot of us here whose lives depend on it. I too am in the industry and would love to see more work here for everyone. This is a non brainer. Great incentives, more jobs more revenue it really is that simple.
It brings more goodness than not.
"I'm agnostic. I'm one of those wishy-washy irreligious folks who doesn't quite want to claim the title of "atheist.""
Okay, so if you aren't an atheist, which god do you believe in? Because agnosticism doesn't address the issue of faith - it's about knowledge, and EVERYONE is agnostic, whether they adopt the label or not, because it's impossible to know everything about anything.
You either believe in a god, or you don't. There is no wishy-washy middle ground.
I think this was the last theater in town that you could go to for under $10. What a shame to lose this hidden gem.
Don't know how you got seven people in Las lupitas. Did you sit in the kitchen?
Legalize recreational use. Far less dangerous than alcohol, which IS the deadliest drug known to mankind and IS the "gateway" drug to more dangerous chemical (man-made, not natural) based drugs and prescription drugs, all of which can lead to overdoses, including alcohol. Marijuana, by comparison, has no overdose threshold, leaves the user cognizant, if not a little over-elated, but in control of their faculties. TV really is not representative of it's true affects as they just want to satisfy a viewing audience. It is a vaso-diolater reducing blood pressure while lessening work for the heart. It is a happy substance and the only anger and violence that is a result of marijuana is the "so-called" drug war - the illegality of it. Marijuana was made illegal and into a schedule 1 drug back in the 60s so the "prudes" could control, through legal intimidation; the "liberal hippies" and the "brothers and sisters", and had nothing whatsoever to do with danger of its use. Instead the use was a danger to controlling the masses, which is how our political system works - all about power and control and not about what is BEST for our citizens.
Developer's Greed will kill Charleston sooner than the rising waters from climate change.
He is a genius...
We've tried now to go on 2 different Sundays around 7 (after church at Blessed Sacrament next door). One Sunday the sign on the door said they were out of food and would reopen the next day. Yesterday (3/26) they were closed again with a sign on the door saying they would reopen Monday. Not in any hurry to try going back :(
Sadly the schools we attended and the behavior of the kids in the schools has greatly deteriorated since we were there Mr. Green.
Today, school administrators stand to be sued if they don't take action if one student bullies another. Of course, this isn't an issue with parents who actually parent their children and not make excuses for their kid's actions.
Trial lawyers have made a fortune by suing school districts for either enforcing the rules or not enforcing the rules.
James Islanders are tough on restaurants that don't know what they are and jack up the prices on their food like generic King Street burger joints for the touristas. Prime example was the recent closure of Stereo 8, a place with lots of promise but lack focus, so-so food and over priced offerings. It last less than a year.
Hen and Goat take notice
Will he be signing with the Philadelphia Eagles at the completion of his sentence?
I guess Mr. Woods doesn't even bother to read his own hometown paper regarding this environmental disaster:
"Clean-up crews are racing to clear acres of debris at the largest Dakota Access protest camp before the spring thaw turns the snowy, trash-covered plains into an environmental disaster area. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Friday that the camp, located on federal land, would be closed Feb. 22 in order to prevent injuries and significant environmental damage in the likely event of flooding in this area at the mouth of the Cannonball River in North Dakota.
Without proper remediation, debris, trash, and untreated waste will wash into the Cannonball River and Lake Oahe, the Corps said in its statement.Those involved in the clean-up effort, led by the Standing Rock Sioux, say it could take weeks for private sanitation companies and volunteers to clear the expanse of abandoned tents, teepees, sleeping bags, blankets, canned food, supplies and just plain garbage littering the Oceti Sakowin camp.
Its unfortunate. Again, that just goes against what theyre fighting against, is leaving that stuff and abandoning it and obviously the environment the river, Scott Davis, North Dakota Commissioner for Indian Affairs, told KFYR-TV in Bismarck."
Best fish and chip I've had. I lived in Scotland for 2.5 years and have been all over the UK. Adam knows what he's doing and takes pride in his food. Can't wait to try the pies! Highly recommend and a must visit for anyone to Charleston!
Hollywood, a true legend in the community who deserves recognition for the time and love and dedication that he's put into the lives of young men and women of the community. I've never seen a man more dedicated to his craft of pouring his knowledge into others.He was truly a blessing to me,my friends,and my kids.love you Al Meggett.(Steven Archie) please support the Charleston Boxing Club.
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