"Now, now...I am all for protesting. But,"
You're not for protesting if you have to add a qualifier regarding your terms for protests.
"And spare me this popular vote garbage. Hillary won the popular vote by CA only. Take CA out "
If we ignore the will of the state with the most people, the numbers would be different. I am so looking forward to the next four to eight years of this type of derangement and pretzel-twisted logic.
"I can't wait for this new administration to start and clean house."
Cleaning house of course means picking the same retreads for cabinet positions and administrative/advisory roles that have been involved in politics and lobbying for decades.
"In the event that we are needed, we certainly will form a wall of meat"
The only way you and the other meatheads are needed is to be used as pawns, ignorantly and willfully being turned against those who should be your brothers and sisters in humanity, instead opting for a false solidarity with people who will never help you, who will never give a shit about you, and who will destroy the very fabric of the country you claim to love so much.
K, no need to apologize. Let's get on the same page this year. In fact, I'll even help you out. I have a hot tip that City of Charleston Finance Director Donna Emerson recently got into a spat with Stars Rooftop & Grill Room management over how many stars can actually be seen from the restaurant's rooftop.
Follow that lead my child and you'll be on your way to the top of Charleston's food & bev writing scene. You may even be the next Hanna Raskin....'s intern.
You and Barna have been complicit in glamorizing this manchild's behavior for years. And now we need a column about a pissing contest between irrelevant people arguing about something totally pointless? Do you ever stop to think maybe you should be doing something else with your life?
This may be the most self-unaware white persony thing I've ever read - and I've been reading City Paper for many years.
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