If BSA National signs off on this gay is ok until adulthood it will be progress. But will fall short of the need for a complete ban on discrimination for gay scout masters as well as scouts.
How not shocking that local Scout troops think we pose a demonic threat to children.
It's 2013 local Scoutmasters,, even in SC. Some of these kids are gay or will have gay friends,neighbors,teachers, co-workers or bosses etc etc. Can't lock them in the basement the rest of their lives.
Funny, The Girl Scouts have never banned anyone,so that org is immoral and depraved too?
Well if anyone should appreciate second chances it would be you...Tara.
You got hired down here after that hideously racist and homophobic cartoon you released back in NC.
But no,it's everyone against you based on your " reverse racism conservative persecution complex".
Poor Tara. You simply radiate oppression, how do you survive the day?
No doubt, the beer pour into Coke cans
is rampant, not that I have ever done that. No way.
IDK, all for increased safety here.
But this ordinance stinks of the City Powers That Be tendency to sterilize King of any flavor or character.
Much of Lower King could be a minimall anywhere.
Upper King has a vibrant and diverse mix that attracts crowds. Silly me,I always thought sidewalks were for hanging out. And what about the buskers and street musicians? There were some on Upper King tonight. They add great vibes to the street scene. Will that be illegal too?
FWIW, Savannah and Asheville have great and much more street music and atmosphere in and around bars.
Charleston finally starts loosening up but noooo have to put the Smackdown on that!
The City won't be happy until all of King is the soulless wasteland that much of South of Calhoun is. All so Edna and Al Fannypack of Ohio can feel "safe" waddling up King.
I guess the City will just ban bars next and install a KOA campground instead.
The area may be industrial and raw but I really value the gritty vibe because
its so different from the ubermanicured primness found on the lower
peninsula. Its nice to see the gradual and organic change. And I hope
a balance can be struck that respects the socioeconomic diversity of the
neighborhood for the future.
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