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Re: “Credit card skimmer found at James Island gas station

My info has been stolen twice in the past 3 months. 100% this is where it happened!

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Posted by Kristina Wissel on January 25, 2017 at 6:36 PM

Re: “Here's how to get the most out of your Pounce Cat Café experience

Gee, regarding your comments, this doesn't sound promising for the cafe. We have reservations this week and I'm sure it will be delightful.

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Posted by DaleS on January 25, 2017 at 5:35 PM

Re: “Credit card skimmer found at James Island gas station

That's old bill Edwards station, he's just found another way to get ya.

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Posted by Jim Svenningsen on January 25, 2017 at 5:11 PM

Re: “More than 2,000 join women’s march in Charleston

I think it was more a "keep your hands off my twat, trump!" march. Both figuratively and physically. You have a right to be pro-life and I think everyone is pro-life but you don't have a right to impose your rights on everyone. Just be yourself to the best of your ability and keep you nose out of other's twats!

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Posted by tupper29406 on January 25, 2017 at 2:25 PM

Re: “Stephen Colbert to host this year's Emmy Awards

All the more reason not to watch. You want to talk protesting? I am protesting every award show on TV, including the Tony's from NYC. I don't need to be lectured from these elitists, who make millions and live in their own bubbles and don't have a worry in the world on paying their bills, or paying for their healthcare. They live in mansions and are totally alienated from areas, they would never, ever walk through themselves. I do not need to hear their holier than thou attitudes on how they are better than us peons out there, and making fun of us, just because we happen to have a difference of opinion. They are sooo inclusive, arent' they? Ha. And as far as I can recall, the expression "It's going to be HUGE", was originally made by Bernie Sanders. Who, btw, sold out and bought a lake house on Lake Champlain ( on the Vt. side) for approx. $650,000. Now where on earth did he get that money??? The man was worth only $250,000 when he turned in his tax records. The man never had a real job in his life. He was practically homeless when he first moved to VT. He never made money Even as a senator, he was supposed to one of the honest ones. Interesting when he sold out to Hillary,he all of a suddenly bought himself a lake house. So Steverino can make fun of Trump and Melaina and his kids all he wants. I have a feeling his audience won't be that "huge". Or the most watched.

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Posted by lynnar on January 25, 2017 at 10:26 AM

Re: “Recounting the pepper spray, sting ball grenades, and righteous anger at Trump’s inauguration

Off topic again but WOW cable and internet services are in the business of stealing from the customer. I just disconnected because of years of increases with a fee here, a surcharge there, dropping channels here and moving to premium services there, and their utter failure to honor their agreements. When I disconnected, I was left with a negative balance just under $5 dollars. It turns out their policy for customers left with a credit of less than $5 dollars is to STEAL that from the former customer. This company has the same scruples as Donald Trump!

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Posted by tupper29406 on January 25, 2017 at 9:50 AM

Re: “College of Charleston professors discuss preserving academic freedom following Trump’s election

"So we are looking at changing the synthesis seminar that goes along with that to add a module about how to become more accustomed to an intellectual conversation that takes place in classrooms where lots of ideas are explored."

Such a statement or such an outcome is a direct result of standardization that exists. Students complaining about professors going off on tangents, will this be on the test, will this affect my grade? Students want to know the bare minimum and want to live an alternative reality where they have created their own avatar based on social media and smart phone applications such as SnapChat. The minute you question their world they fight back with vengeance seeking any weapon they can, such as an evaluation or writing a scathing email, to save their image or rather the avatar that they have created of themselves. Comfort has replaced growth it seems.

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Posted by Tristan Eugene Hill on January 24, 2017 at 9:49 PM

Re: “Joseph Jacobson's barbecue dreams are coming true with Wild Hare Smokehouse

Suggestion to Wild Hare. Will you be doing your own Corn Beef and Pastrami in house? If you are, please also offer these by the pound as well. That way I can eat a Rueben there and then assemble another couple of sandwiches later at home when the vegans are sleeping. Menu looks great and I will definitely be over to try it out.

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Posted by Cia Culinarykid on January 24, 2017 at 8:57 PM

Re: “PULP Gallery says goodbye to Charleston this Saturday

We're gonna miss you, Will! Thanks for bringing a twist to Upper King and to Charleston.

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Posted by OliveArgyle on January 24, 2017 at 6:58 PM

Re: “WATCH: Hip-hop duo DBL DRGN debuts with Inauguration Day release, "Trim the Bushes"

That sure is really good music. I mean the Beatles must feel stupid they couldn't write music like this.

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Posted by Randall Floyd on January 24, 2017 at 12:49 PM

Re: “More than 2,000 join women’s march in Charleston

If it were a women's march, then it would be inclusive to all women. It wasn't!

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Posted by Randall Floyd on January 24, 2017 at 12:48 PM

Re: “The Agenda: Graham warns of protectionism; With Haley vote, S.C. could have a new governor today; Mulvaney testifying

"Meeting with the State Ports Authority, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham said yesterday that protectionist trade policies under a Trump administration "will be a disaster for South Carolina."

Graham added, "But I will still support these policies, and Trump, because I have no qualm putting party before country and the people who continue to elect me into office lack the properly developed frontal lobes capable of calling me on my hypocrisy."

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Posted by Ron Liberte on January 24, 2017 at 12:43 PM

Re: “Former Westendorff reopens as Stella's Greek restaurant on Mon. Jan. 23

I'm nervous. The Westendorf was horrible. Probably one of the worst meals I ave ever had. I was wth 3 other people and we all were in agreement. The service was bad too. Some jerky "hipster". I had written a review on Yelp saying this place can't stay in business long. A few months later , they were closed. I also happen to be friendly with a couple who moved here from Mahattan,who own a two very successful restaurants. One on the UES and one on the Lower East Side. He is a chef by trade,so when I try a new restaurant, I run it by him and his wife. When I told them about my awful meal I had, they said I was not nuts. I also have had the pleasure to meet Nathalie Dupree at some functions I have attended. We both attended Cordon Bleu in London, so we chat about food and she too has been in agreement with my views on food. So I think I know a little something about food.

When I read it was going Greek, I said " oh oh". Being from NYC, we know Greek. NYC has great Greek and bad Greek restaurants. But what they have are great GREEK DINERS. They offer great Greek food at great prices, plus anything else you want. We could use a Greek Diner here. It would do gang busters here. I had read when The Westendorf had closed it was going Greek. I had my reservations. I will try it and I hope I will be proven wrong. The real owners are not here. There is a difference. I only wish them success. I'll have a place for good Greek food.

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Posted by lynnar on January 24, 2017 at 11:53 AM

Re: “Magnolias

Of course the service and ambiance were great, but I chose Magnolia's to take my girlfriend to for her birthday. Unfortunately, like others, my meal was not what I've had in the past. The meal was quite bland and forgettable. Unfortunately, since I am a local teacher, I have to make my trips downtown carefully as I have been priced out of most establishments. Her comment was we should have gone to Waffle House instead since we always know what we'll be getting will taste as expected and will cost 1/5 of the price. Said a lot to a born and bred North Charlestonian.

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Posted by MrF on January 24, 2017 at 11:51 AM

Re: “Contour produces R&B artist Niecy Blues

Ayyyyye !

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Posted by MANHE on January 24, 2017 at 10:54 AM

Re: “Recounting the pepper spray, sting ball grenades, and righteous anger at Trump’s inauguration

Off-topic but it's all about controlling whether it's the media or Departments in Gov't, which is a communist tactic. All info to be censured in defiance of the Constitution and only info that is approved by the new administration will be allowed. Oh, and Trump's aids are using private e-mails, oh the humanity!
https://www.buzzfeed.com/dinograndoni/trum…

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Posted by tupper29406 on January 24, 2017 at 10:53 AM

Re: “Joseph Jacobson's barbecue dreams are coming true with Wild Hare Smokehouse

You don't need to worry about them Duke's, now on the other hand JB'sSmokeshack on Maybank on John's Island...

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Posted by Ima Oldman on January 24, 2017 at 10:41 AM

Re: “Recounting the pepper spray, sting ball grenades, and righteous anger at Trump’s inauguration

Everyone acts like the violence has ONLY been perpetrated by angry "liberals" but I guess we have forgotten about where it started and how you must fight fire with fire in this "new world order".
http://billmoyers.com/story/the-normalizat…

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Posted by tupper29406 on January 24, 2017 at 6:39 AM

Re: “Recounting the pepper spray, sting ball grenades, and righteous anger at Trump’s inauguration

Then trump wrote them off as an $18B loss to not pay taxes for 2 decades. That's how the 1%'ers do it. They have the massive resources to move money around at the EXPENSE of the taxpayer, ergo, the middle class must make it up because we are the only one's making enough to tax, but not making enough to "afford" loopholes.

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Posted by tupper29406 on January 24, 2017 at 6:35 AM

Re: “Joseph Jacobson's barbecue dreams are coming true with Wild Hare Smokehouse

Yet another overpriced BBQ restaurant???

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Posted by Dukes Barbecue on January 23, 2017 at 9:42 PM
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