Who cares??? For starters, all of the CP staff and fans of Southern Charm. CIA, wake up and smell the coffee. As long as Southern Charm is important, (and it is) T Rav's opinions provide guidance for his multitudinous fan network.
Hey parents, if you have any of these at home, send them to a military academy at once!
"equality and opportunity to ALL its citizens then you must vote for Trump." Really? Are you serious? All it's rich, white, straight, male citizens is more like it. Perhaps he's still on the "sauce". Hair follicle test please.
Dear convicted felon Sir Thomas Ravenel. Felons are liars and you just proved it.
Trying to define women based on their breasts is extremely offensive and typical of the myopic sexist patriarchy that dominates the media. I am formally requesting that this article be removed or at the very least include a trigger warning posted at the top.
It is not his conviction that prevents him from voting, he must still be on probation if he can't vote. In SC once the sentence for a crime is completed voting rights are restored. Please correct this article.
Didn't they do this on Duck Dynasty Season 3?
I LOVE IT! He was smart to include both candidates on his billboard. I'm a retired realtor, and when I was active and during a political season, I wouldn't even put a bumper sticker on my car. Unless my client brought up the subject, I never talked politics. There have been realtor billboards all over Texas for as long as I can remember. I saw one that just had ONE of the candidates on it. I would dare say that that agency will lose business. She should have gotten permission from her broker, because this gal works for a national company. But in this divisive political season, I think even a small agency would lose business by publicly taking sides.
Good call, Ryan. I'll have to check those out.
The "Trump" Effect:
I have her unicorn on my wall:-)
No Charleston corn dog article is complete without a mention of Bert's Market.
If you think the evacuation time table was premature, consider the difference in how long it took to get out of town compared to back in. When you spread things out, you reduce the stress on the roads and flow works. I got to Cola on Thursday morning faster than I've ever gotten there. Coming back on Sunday, when everyone was doing the same, it took an extra two hours.
The damage to our area was comparatively light, but that has much to do with the luck of the tides (see what happened in Hilton Head, Dafuskie, Savannah, and lower NC) and a few miles of track for the loose eyewall. Yes, it hurts to lose business because people evacuated, but people evacuated because one of the largest Atlantic storms in memory was coming our way. Rick Scott waited to issue evac orders in Florida and they had a giant cluster getting people out of the way. Governor Haley and her supporting cast of state and local actors did a fine job of guiding all coastal residents through the evacuation process.
Wonderful show and article! Glad this show got some recognition it deserves and it is a refreshing change in Charleston art.
Repulsive and indicative:
He is emblazoning his followers to exhibit unmitigated bigotry and racism and he is taking this country down and backwards before we even get to vote.
Pugnax, I agree, Trump refuses to specify when America was still great. Was it in the fifties, under Eisenhower, when the south, including South Carolina, suffered under apartheid, and even the north still had very widespread racism? Or even earlier, like under president Washington, when we still had racist slavery? I sure wonder when was America greater than under Obama.
Great article! Definitely want to read the book! -Anne Hamrick
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