I am like cheese, but mightier.
The bartender's reaction when I simply asked if I could order some food made it perfectly clear I was being a horrible inconvenience to her.
Didn't stay for food. I don't need that crap.
Turn on a TV or radio. Our country no longer has any money precisely due to trying to fix the world.
Ohio Nanna (and others) raise excellent points.
With Charleston relying as much as it does on the tourist trade, and the Charleston City Paper relying as much as it does on advertising dollars from businesses that cater to tourists, its unbelievable to me that a paper that is ostensibly the "Spokesman" of Charleston would go so far as to completely alienate an important group of tourists based on geography.
There is "humor", and then there is "stupidity."
And again, there is the usual liberal media hypocrisy, in this case regarding profiling. Try this, Kinsey: substitute the word "Mexican" or "Irish" or something everywhere you wrote the word "Ohioan", and see how you feel about this article. Not feeling so good now? Then don't do it to Ohio, either.
Whoa. Thanks for the heads up.
Sark, your reasoning for liking Ford from your original post was abundantly obvious, there was no call for the unprovoked slurs against you.
Some folks just like to submerge their own mental dissonances by casting stones at others I guess.
Whatever she was thinking, the brevity was completely refreshing.
So much of this paper is unfortunately rather painful to read, as it comes across as a bunch of amateurs & wannabees pulling out all the stops to make some portfolio pieces.
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