Decent guy, will fill more in later.
"There was a general unease, and any second ... boom, you're dead. You never were safe, and unfortunately that switch never got turned off when I got back to the States." —James Hardin, Army veteran and PTSD sufferer"
This is the first and best explanation I have found. I understand this. Best of luck and hard work to you, keep at it. It gets better.
That is really great karma, do note the proceeds to Charleston Reads. Thanks for the update. The events on campus and USC feel like an insidious threat to LGBTQ rights, to me anyway. Which is odd because I am an old white dude who spent a career arguing with bullies.
How did it go? I had another commitment and was sorry to miss it. I didn't know much about the play but I wanted to support the community.
Damn, this is terrible. I am a good American, I don't litter, served in uniform for 30 years and I am kind to animals but I am not outraged. He says I am supposed to be outraged. Rhetoric is fun.
"In a press release this morning, S.C. Superintendent of Education candidate Gary Burgess said that "all of America should be outraged" at USC Upstate for attempting to stage the one-woman theater piece How To Be A Lesbian in 10 Days or Less."
Brewengineer nailed it, my home state suffered a lot from the "Jersey Shore", the only positive thing about Hurriance Sandy is that it took out their "Jersey Shore" house. Southern Charm will exploit good people in this town the same way Jersey Shore did. I am a NJ son, I love my home state but I choose to live here, pay taxes here, invest in the community here. It's a wonderful city.
On a side note, When Sandy hit, I was really sad, a lot of childhood icons got washed away. The good people of Charleston were very sympathetic, very helpful. It felt good to be in a community where people understood difficults times.
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