Gracias por el regalo de tus palabras. Vaya con dios mi amiga.
Alison, It has been years since we have seen each other but I have read several of your blog entries. I came to know about them through Curtis Young's post on Facebook. Each made me smile and tear up at the same time. This column was the same experience. I smiled when you mentioned your mom and it brought back memories of your family at church (and seeing you all walk together to church). I know your daughter will be so proud to say that you are her mom. I am proud to say that I know you. Many prayers for you, Maybelle, Brian and all your family
The study actually did monitor traffic volume on the James Island connector. It found the following: "The traffic volumes and magnitude of morning peak hour traffic on the James Island Connector were more consistent across the three periods evaluated, which indicates that there was not a shift of traffic from the Legare Bridge to the James Island Connector Bridge in order to avoid the lane closure."
The complete study is available here:
"I am not offended, that's for weaklings."
along with smirking condescension, hey, just add "If you don't understand. I'll scream a little louder" and you've got the Citadel trifecta.
Pronghorn, this story isn't being buried at all. It exists on our site as any other story does. As each new Cuisine story is published, it bumps another story down the list of stories all of which are organized by publish date and time.
Hi Alison, Said a prayer for you at Ralph's donuts. First time back in Cookeville in 7 years. As you say, until we meet again.
Silence, and hoping that with time this matter will go away, appear to be the tactics of Mr. Sean Fleming, et al. at Revelry Brewing. It's apparent that they've wholly appropriated a local culture for their financial gain without giving back to said culture. Shameful, to say the least.
My boycott extends to all your brews, and I plan to tell any and everyone why they shouldn't buy your products. Unless, of course, you take the advice from Jaxx's comment.
Meanwhile, Charleston City Paper continues to bury this story. Shameful as well.
Alison, I haven't seen you in so long...but you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. You have walked this road with such grace and dignity, all while sharing the struggles along the way. I'm praying for comfort, peace and strength for you and your whole family!!
Hey kids, just read on governing.com that of all 50 states SC is 4th in per-capita bicyclist deaths over the last three years. So here's our chance for Charleston to make us #1 in another category!
Get ready for the comments to be closed for no good reason at all.
Unfortunately, in this case, I believe that somebody will die. That bridge isn't very safe in morning rush-hour traffic in a car, much less a bike.
They didn't due a study on the traffic onto the Connector during this trial period. It was backed up all the way to Harbor View Rd every weekday, because drivers on Folly Road avoided the traffic going towards the Ashley Bridge. There are 300 new apartments right where they want to make it one lane. REALLY?
LOL assigning party politics to our local government.
In the lowcountry there are developers, and everyone else--and our local governing bodies are inundated with developers that care not for anyone else's opinion.
Your beautiful daughter was in some dance classes with my girl. I remember briefly meeting you and, I must say, you had the most fantastic bumper stickers that absolutely cracked me up and made me thankful for kickass feminists. Your bond with your little girl was so touching to witness and your words have me thunderstruck today. I don't claim to know you other than in passing, but I wish you a most peaceful journey in the coming weeks. And know that even in a brief encounter of meeting you and reading your story here, you've changed my life for the better.
Susan, why " or maybe a story on how the president is enabling the violence against cops in our country"? A literate person not here specifically to push a political agenda would know why not - food writers write about food
While you were working on the recipe, brewing, marketing, and canning of the beer, you should have made time to come up with a plan for compensating the culture you're using to market your beer.
There's still time. Let us know if/when you get the horse in front of the cart on this one.
A slippery-slope argument! How novel!
Alison, Thanks for your brave writing during this horrible time in your life. When my mom was at your stage, I wish I had videoed every conversation so I can see her and hear her voice again. I wish I had her thoughts and statements kooky from the cancer preserved, because some of the misstatements were damn funny. You are a smart, thoughtful person, and we are honored to have experienced your thoughts.
I love how you did your usual bullshit where you put everyone that you disagree with into a convenient classification which you define (in this case under the classy term "2A dickheads") and then complained when the exact same thing was done to you. Nice! It's not easy to get that all done so succinctly.
So, search my history then and find where I've advocated modification or abolition of any civil rights.
I am not, however, going to search your history. I recognize that people have different opinions and can't be put into neat boxes to make my internet debating career easier.
If you have always advocated for the repeal of the 2nd Amendment then I commend you, you are ahead of the leftist curve. You will, eventually, be on here advocating for the severe restriction or repeal of other civil liberties, I predict.
I am not offended, that's for weaklings.
I am just pointing out that outlandish opinions tied to a question will result in that question not being taken seriously.
"With multitudes of extremely dangerous animals like raccoons, snakes and alligators all around us - how can we best coexist with wildlife in the Lowcountry?"
To seriously answer the question at the end of that sentence at least implies that I accept the ridiculous statement in the first half.
I hope this helps you pose questions in the future.
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