chrishaire 
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Re: “BamBOOZEled!: The Greatest Comedic Acts of All Time Under One (Tin) Roof

Thank you, BlessthisMess,

We have changed the time to only reflect the 9 p.m. show. As for the misspelled names, including that of former City Paper employee Ballard Lesemann, that was corrected before print and is now corrected online. Thanks for pointing it out.

As for the comedians "performing," we used the information that was provided to us by the organizer.

Also, check your link. It's broken. Gracias.

Posted by chrishaire on February 18, 2015 at 1:11 PM

Re: “Cannon Green nails the look, but is still perfecting the plates

M Jones,

"Titled" and "entitled" are interchangeable.

Feel free to consult the Googles and/or Webster.

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Posted by chrishaire on February 12, 2015 at 7:54 AM

Re: “Charleston intersections are overrun with panhandlers

Jesus Christ people. Most of these panhandlers are drug addicts or drunks or mentally ill or any combination of the three. They're not scamming anybody. They're beaten and broken souls just waiting around to die. They are collateral damage in this war we call life. Show some fucking sympathy. You never know if a cluster bomb of shit is coming your way.

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Posted by chrishaire on February 7, 2015 at 9:29 AM

Re: “Pabst confirms Recovery Room is, indeed, the No. 1 seller of PBR 12-oz. cans in the world

Art,

You're totally right about Stroh's and Schlitz. Great cheap domestics.

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Posted by chrishaire on January 31, 2015 at 3:03 PM

Re: “Pabst confirms Recovery Room is, indeed, the No. 1 seller of PBR 12-oz. cans in the world

I've been a PBR fan since 1993. That's not a long time by old pro standards, but it's a good while. And I've got to say that the hipster beer moniker is a bit of a misnomer. PBR started catching on a dive bars across the South in the early 1990s. By the 2000s, it was pretty standard. Hell, if you go to Clemson, chances are you've spent many a night drinking long-neck PBR at Backstreets or Overtime; the same applies if you hung out at the now-defunct Handlebar in Greenville. It's just what you do. The truth is PBR is pretty damn good domestic for the price. It's far superior to any of the light beers, of course, and Bud and Miller; the latter is actually quite vile. However, PBR is not nearly as good as Coors Original Draft. But dammit, if that can isn't a beauty.

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Posted by chrishaire on January 27, 2015 at 2:09 PM

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