Thanks for reading the whole awful thing fairgay. Still in the market for an artisan troll dewormer
I just wish they would stay open past 8 pm. I would be there three+ nights a week during summer if I could eat at 8:30.. Surf til dark!
I don't see how you can call this propaganda, Chris. It's really nothing more than an update on where the ban-opposition movement stands, with some colorful language to make it an interesting read. My inclusion of LaJuan was reason enough to stick to a straight-forward approach that doesn't waver to either side. I respect her and her stance throughout this process. I think you've read it with strong bias. And of course, you're right - if they don't get the signatures they need, it's a dead issue. If they do, the story explains the process of what will happen. Simple as that. Finally, you'd be surprised how many people who do not live on Folly aren't exactly sure what the status of the ban is. I have to tell people all the time, especially now that it's beach weather, that 'yes, drinking is illegal now.' So the piece was also a reader service to reinforce that the ban is indeed in place.
Jennysays: To clarify, I am in no way bashing the Post and Courier. I write for them as well on an almost weekly basis. I'm lamenting that news organizations in general are stretched thin. This sort of local news may be a thing of the past all too soon, and all we'll be left with is the chorus of back and forth voices in forums like this.
Jaxx: Stay tuned.
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