"I really enjoy the show the only one I can not stand is Cameran so fake and full of herself."
As opposed to everyone else on the show who is extremely authentic and not a mutant creation of advertising and showbiz executives designed to help the masses forget they are prisoners trapped in their own mundane existence.
I really enjoy the show the only one I can not stand is Cameran so fake and full of herself. She thinks she perfect "NOT". Also she is so jealous of Kathryn for being younger smarter and strong. She had a baby when Cameran is 30 and married and is still too selfish to commit to a child. Absolutely love Kathryn the girl has spunk and is real. Old Cameran needs to be schooled from Kathryn on how to be true to yourself and how to stop being so two face and phony.
Thanks, Nat. Apologies to Bronson.
Thak you, Kristin Barner, for the wonderful review! Just one little thing: the actor playing Beebe (the monk) is Bronson Taylor.
This show is an example of how ready our community is for relevance combined with artistry. The Charleston area IS growing up and simply spreading the word of these efforts, supporting them with our presence and creating an urgency for acceptance of youthful interpretations will make the needed difference in all our lives.
Millicent E. Brown
I can't believe anyone can tolerate watching 22min of these rich, out-of-touch assholes every week.
love that Thomas…but he needs to focus on the best of himself…drop the ever-negative dirty finger nailed Katherine, stop the excessive drinking, hook up with someone who has some refinement and manners (perhaps patricia) (wouldn't that be a hoot)…and stay with Southern Charm..MY FAVORITE SHOW ON TV!!!!!!!
Don't do business with those who practice age discrimination.
Cameran is so funny. Just love that girl. I think Shep and Cam are the best two on the show.
almost as classy as Southern Charm
artrogue - I am assuming you are being sarcastic but just in case you are not:
Be sure to catch the ones where the presenters talk about how "we're in another age of exploration. First we had Christopher Columbus and De Soto and other explorers fan out along the globe and conquer civilizations" as if that were something to be proud of instead of something to be horrified by.
That is a huge accomplishment and honor! Congrats! At the next comic book show I am putting on in town early next month another 2015 Eisner nominee, Sandy Jarrell, who got the not for his work on the Meteor Men graphic novel will be a guest.
Congratulations on the nomination.
Good luck. This is an extremely high honor for anyone in the industry.
I wonder if the city paper could run another more in depth article on her. I'd love to read about her experiences, how she got where she is and if she is a native of the holy city. We love to push the talents of our own :)
Don't you mean 'Tracer'?
Inker you say?
Dresden was destroyed immediately prior to Germanys surrender.....Fifteen year olds were not taken into the Wehrmacht....there was no time or effort...and barely any weapons for the Volksturm call ups of old men which had been recent as well. Boys of his age were used to assist antiaircraft batteries...and please...lose the soundtrack...
Richard Blanco is okay, but President Obama's first inaugural poet, Elizabeth Alexander, is superior.
I was fortunate to see a screening of "She Makes Comics" by Park Circle Film Society and she exemplifies what they were talking about in the documentary. More and more women are coming back into comics and that is a great thing. The differing perspectives are pushing comics away from the fanboy anatomically impossible characters to real characters and much richer story lines. It is great to see this happening in the medium and when I put on my comic book shows I have noticed a big and refreshing change in the attendees from a dozen years ago when it was just a boys club.
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