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Re: “Confessions of a Southern Charm Newbie: The Pain of Memory

Oh please I need a doll too!Larry has to be a permanent on SC!!!
On to Thomas and Landon,this is a damm shame what was done to Kathryn.iam sorry but her cast mates drove her down that dark road of drugs.
Thomas instead of still looking for a mate you should reconcile with KD you have 2children and a big plus she loves you. will not find that coming around again. Thomas your the blame for your baby's Mommy's drug trouble&you capitalized on it! SHAME on you! Those kids deserve a great family home. Give it to them and Kathryn&stop chasing psycho Landon she's weird!!! Talk about taking over your assets with no prenup! Thomas your just as troubled if u believe in Landon's trust,then u do deserve each other!!!!

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Posted by o osmos on May 7, 2017 at 6:07 AM

Re: “Charleston City Council set to discuss temporary apartment moratorium on James Island

Doesn't Charleston need plenty of new affordable apartments throughout Charleston? I have read claims that some low income workers can't find affordable apartments in Charleston, so they have to commute a huge distance. That is terrible. Especially when rents are rising faster than inflation. If we built lots of affordable apartments, the rents would not be increasing, based on the laws of supply and demand.

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Posted by Tom Martin on May 7, 2017 at 4:17 AM

Re: “Teachers eat free at Hyman's Seafood on May 9 for Teacher Appreciation Day

Thank you Hyman's Seafood.

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Posted by DR 1 on May 7, 2017 at 1:55 AM

Re: “Mondo's

They have a great pasta menu. The service is very well. This together makes a great dining experience.
The wine list is average and the the bar tending is weak. Their cocktails are always light for the money. The bar tender is more involved in the wine list than the cocktails or whatever.

Posted by r po on May 6, 2017 at 9:03 PM

Re: “Exclusive: Ernie Irvan speaks out about farm dispute

This is why I'm so glad my parents moved out to AZ when i was a child so i could grow up with normal people and go to real schools enstead of that home schooling crap. Hell we even frown on all that back road crap like you rednecks and your inbreeding.flukin dirt farmers your all dumb ass red necks

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Posted by good o' boys on May 6, 2017 at 5:24 PM

Re: “Why didn't any white officials attend the Nehemiah Action?

Billy, why would the meeting be biased against the white politicians? Had I been a white politician, I would have gladly attended and expressed my outrage at all the racist stops of black people. Outrage at the racist stops is not far left. I am opposed to the far left, I am an anticommunist and have been for many years. I was born in a formerly communist-ruled country, so I know how hard the life there was. In 1968 we escaped and then came here to America. So I am very opposed to the far left. But I am also opposed to all the racism that is still all too common in this country and in many other countries. In my country of birth, racism against Gypsies is still very common. More common than racism against blacks, Native Americans and non-white Hispanics in this country. We should oppose the horror of racism wherever it is found.

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Posted by Tom Martin on May 6, 2017 at 5:01 PM

Re: “What can Charleston learn from what East of the Cooper has lost?

Even though a thousand new residents will be less than a mile from a large commercial area (Town Center) full of shops and restaurants, I guarantee nearly everyone will still drive across Highway 17 because so little is done to create safe ways to cross. Just like Park West and Carolina Park, once again the City (and State) missed a great opportunity to properly plan and build smart development. Surely residents of Mt Pleasant will continue to complain about the "increased traffic" caused by "high-density housing", yet none of these complainers will be advocating for more sidewalks and crosswalks, expanded bike paths, dedicated transit lanes or other safe alternatives. Housing is not the problem people; lack of safe, modern infrastructure is what's really causing the Charleston region so much pain.

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Posted by Golden Ratio on May 6, 2017 at 4:04 PM

Re: “1Kept to take over Barony Tavern space

"authentically Southern, with impeccable hospitality and a ubiquitous food and beverage program," Wow! How very original. What a unique idea! Never ever in the culinary history of the Chuck has a idea like this one been attempted. Authentically Southern versus what? Reproduction Southern, Fake Southern, sorta like those watches the street guys used to offer me? Why oh why can't we just get good restaurants. Why? If we want authentic southern we will just stay home and cook. Big PASS on this concept. Wrong marketing approach. I'm going to workshop or Edmunds Oust and elbow all those little millennial assholes outta my way so I can get some good food - don't give the old rats ass about "Authentic Southern".

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Posted by Cia Culinarykid on May 6, 2017 at 3:36 PM

Re: “Spring-Cannon streets two-way conversion set to begin this summer

I'm glad Cannon and Spring streets have finally gentrified enough to warrant aesthetic and structural improvements.

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Posted by Ron Liberte on May 6, 2017 at 1:48 PM

Re: “Charleston City Council set to discuss temporary apartment moratorium on James Island

Property companies are having trouble filling the current apartment complexes that have popped up on James Island over the last couple years. But they keep developing because they know the bubble is going to burst again in a few years and they want to get on the gravy train while they still can. In doing so, they consistently show dubious regard for storm water management, impact on existing infrastructure and the environment as a whole. That is absolutely greed, and there's plenty of it shared among both the developers and city government.

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Posted by Ron Liberte on May 6, 2017 at 1:39 PM

Re: “The Agenda: Graham skeptical of Obamacare repeal; Pols settle on 12-cent gas tax bump; Tebow boosting Fireflies

factoryconnection already explained the huge flaw in that "logic."

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Posted by Ron Liberte on May 6, 2017 at 1:29 PM

Re: “Teachers eat free at Hyman's Seafood on May 9 for Teacher Appreciation Day

Homeschoolers have to pay extra.

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Posted by Ron Liberte on May 6, 2017 at 1:27 PM

Re: “What can Charleston learn from what East of the Cooper has lost?

I often wonder how the elected officials sleep at night,with all the chaos in Mt. Pleasant or all you see is $$$$.I would love for each one of you,to take a good hard look at your town,and think, would you want your grandkids to grow up here.God sees it all.

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Posted by Jacqulyn C Brown on May 6, 2017 at 10:16 AM

Re: “Teachers eat free at Hyman's Seafood on May 9 for Teacher Appreciation Day

Does this include homeschooling moms? We are teachers too!

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Posted by Shea Rhodes Failmezger on May 6, 2017 at 9:50 AM

Re: “Why didn't any white officials attend the Nehemiah Action?

Maybe they don't attend because the context of the meetings is biased against the white politician going in. Having attended a couple of the meetings as this group was forming, I can state this is indeed the pretext, as well as an associated far left political leaning. Unity has never been the objective, much like this article. I would recommend the author head back to Ohio and possibly find someone who might find her fu@*able....

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Posted by Billy Burnett on May 6, 2017 at 8:56 AM

Re: “Charleston City Council set to discuss temporary apartment moratorium on James Island

The woman holding the sign would be funny if she weren't such a pretentious ass. As a JI resident I too hate the traffic on Folly, especially trying to get to the beach. But to state that the housing going up is because of greed is just moronic. It is first the right of the landowner to pursue his or her best interest with the land. The housing complexes going up also provide jobs and commerce to local businesses. And lastly, the complexes provide some modicum of affordable housing in opposition to the crazy prices of single family homes on the island. While I don't like the traffic and would prefer more single family homes than apartments, I don't bemoan someone making a legal living.

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Posted by Billy Burnett on May 6, 2017 at 8:39 AM

Re: “Those who compare Confederate soldiers to Hitler should look at Lincoln

It is right that every potus pays respects..unlike the union officer who commandeered Robert E. Lee's home at Arlington..and ordered his troops to bury the dead "right next to the house" so Lee could never return. It's stolen land.
I know it was a shock when Sherman marched into Georgia and found all those slaves tied up on farmhouse porches with explicit instructions to not leave until the war decided their fate.

Posted by Owen Crosby on May 6, 2017 at 8:25 AM

Re: “Those who compare Confederate soldiers to Hitler should look at Lincoln

So happy to see the TRUTH being posted!! With what's happening in NOLA with this attack on Confederate monuments, etc, this article has made my day. We Southerners, above ANYONE ELSE, should know the truth about our history. It is disgraceful that Southern towns are cowering to the lies surrounding Confederate history and trying to destroy these things. That is UNACCEPTABLE. They should absolutely be ashamed. Thank you for this wonderful article.

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Posted by Angileeca on May 6, 2017 at 8:20 AM

Re: “The Agenda: Graham skeptical of Obamacare repeal; Pols settle on 12-cent gas tax bump; Tebow boosting Fireflies

Ron Liberte, I think Drake is pointing out that the students who chose their school because of the predominance of a like race, shouldn't be complaining about someone who chose his club for the same reason, assuming that's why he chose it...

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Posted by Billy Burnett on May 6, 2017 at 8:20 AM

Re: “VIDEO: Beard Foundation honors Bertha's Kitchen as an 'American Classic'

Well deserved!...Congrats!!

Posted by jtred98 on May 6, 2017 at 1:20 AM
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