Love me some Blue Bicycle book store!
Screw Lindsey Graham and the horse he rode in on!
There is hope for Alison yet!
Screw Cinco bullshit!
They want to live in a bubble...but it must be accessible by ten lanes, with no exits to the poors of course.
Oh, and is anyone surprised that a Bible-thumping dickhead named "Dabo" from Alabama doesn't associate with the most progressive circles? C'mon, son!
Lindsay has somehow gussied himself into the ultimate caricature of Chicken Little. Which is impressive in a GOP full of Chicken Littles.
1. It's the elected county sheriffs who seem to really love all the military toys. Could that be because they have no supervision except at the polls every 4 years when they grandstand on high profile crimes for a while before the election?...well, some of them grandstand constantly.
2. I highly recommend Radley Balko's blog 'The Watch' at Washington Post for information about police militarization and the deeds and misdeeds of cops and prosecutors across the nation.
The ONLY person who takes Lindsey Graham seriously on foreign policy or anything else is Brad Warthen, former editorial page editor of The State and current blogger on the most inbred little blog you will ever hope to find.
everything is not about race.
Paranoid liberals think around every corner is a grand wizard of the KKK.
This sucks! I hope the idiot asshole who lifted the book returns it. I love this book store.
I got a position for ole Lindsey.
Nah Steph you'll be fine. Cerveza Por Favor, Gran Patron Por Favor, Perdon, donde esta el servico and Me gustaría comprar un poco de marihuana. All y'all will ever need in Mexico right there.
I am now muttering my favorite 1988 NWA tune from Straight Outta Compton - FTP. Quit writing this stuff so I quit getting all riled up. Seriously tho, FTP.
I've always assumed The Hidden Countship is just a front for a degenerate swinger sex club for people with Old Europe fetishes. Do people really shop there? Am I wrong?
Isn't it funny how the people of Kiawah, Seabrook, etc are by and large huge supporters of the 526 extension, but when it comes to unnecessary developments fucking up their environment and ecosystems, they get all up in arms?
Come on Kinsey. The BAR meeting was last nite. Could you make a phone call and report what happened?
"All of the above are great for internet use. I wouldn't recommend them for personal interactions."
Why not? Just carry a gun when you say it. You're a good guy. I'm told they are the only ones that can stop the bad guys.
"It's not that South Carolina voters hate Graham, though. A pre-Tea Party Republican, Graham handily fended off six challengers in his 2014 Senate primary"
This makes sense. If you have to vote to give yourself herpes or HIV, most people are going to opt for the herpes.
It's nice to see that money, privilege and influence are alive and well in Charleston. Despite numerous well-reasoned protests regarding building on Capt Sam's Spit, the developers get their way...
It would have been great if City Lights had been free, but the artists and staff involved in the event need and deserve to be paid. The orchestra was phenomenal. The experience was well worth the $20 I shelled out for my ticket. The same goes for all the tickets I've purchased to see wonderful local music and theatre performances in my 11 years living in Charleston. People balk at ticket prices (after all, TV and movies are so cheap!), but fully support the Buy Local and farm-to-table food movements. Well, hardworking locals are struggling to keep theaters afloat - theaters that are owned and operated by Charlestonians, just like any other small business in town. The arts deserves the same support in this city - and more than just during Spoleto time - via ticket sales and benefactors who can afford to sponsor events such as this for free.
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