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Re: “Delegate blog: A behind the scenes look at the Democratic National Convention

"I want to know how tall that blue fence was that surrounded the stage and protected the Democrats from the Democrats?"

Have you ever been to a political event at the Presidential level? They don't fuck around with security measures.

Posted by mat catastrophe on July 26, 2016 at 6:24 PM

Re: “Shem Creek Bar and Grill

"This seafood restaurant boasts two bar areas — an inside bar shaped like the bow of a boat with three beers on tap, and an oyster bar toward the back, decorated with fishing gear."

Actually, it has three bars. The third is the only dock bar on Shem Creek (as in, it's built on pilings over the creek).

This place has been in business in 1982. The food is good, including the steaks, but service can be a inconsistent.

Posted by Cid95 on July 26, 2016 at 4:03 PM

Re: “Delegate blog: A behind the scenes look at the Democratic National Convention

I want to know how tall that blue fence was that surrounded the stage and protected the Democrats from the Democrats?

Posted by Cid95 on July 26, 2016 at 3:54 PM

Re: “Delegate blog: A behind the scenes look at the Democratic National Convention

John- Brady is a delegate w/ the S.C. delegation who is writing as a guest blogger from Philadelphia. So, he's not a " REPORTER" or even a regular ol' reporter. This post was written before things got started on Monday.

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Posted by Sam Spence on July 26, 2016 at 1:55 PM

Re: “Delegate blog: A behind the scenes look at the Democratic National Convention

of course he was there, but he's a "Company Man"

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Posted by Ima Oldman on July 26, 2016 at 1:49 PM

Re: “Delegate blog: A behind the scenes look at the Democratic National Convention

why no mention of the melt down with the Bernie supporters, the large demonstrations,the booing of the invocation prayer, the removal of Debbie washerwoman Schultz and the disunity with the dems.? was this " REPORTER" actually there ?

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Posted by John Byram on July 26, 2016 at 1:24 PM
Posted by mat catastrophe on July 26, 2016 at 10:40 AM

Re: “Why we're switching to Facebook-verified member accounts

"Edit - and yet here we are, still commenting as before with our nefarious usernames...?"

The trick is never to log out.

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Posted by mat catastrophe on July 26, 2016 at 10:11 AM

Re: “Online survey seeks public input on plastic bags in Charleston

I'll ask again, does anyone have a citation or link that shows a connection between the environmental movement and introducing plastic bags in stores? I haven't found one. What I see is a lot of data showing that the petroleum/plastic industry was hell-bent on getting a chunk of a huge industry.

Posted by mat catastrophe on July 25, 2016 at 7:11 PM

Re: “Sean Mendes of Roadside Seafood is taking over Island Bar & Grill and opening a burger spot

Was visiting charleston and excited to visit roadside seafood as I was so impressed with their food on a visit last year. The crab cake was disappointing as it tasted as someone emptied the black pepper pot in it and that they no longer do the cheesecake with the key lime glaze which was outstanding.

Posted by Foxie Lady on July 25, 2016 at 3:14 PM

Re: “Guys like Tab Benoit keep the NOLA blues-jazz tradition alive

Tab is an awesome guy. He and his band always put on a great show. He is very comical and interacts so well with his fans. I have seen him MANY times and plan on seeing him everytime he comes to the NY/NJ/PA areas. In fact I am going out to Vegas to the Big Blues Bender to see him play. I truly enjoy his music. One of the best out there.

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Posted by Donna LaSorsa on July 25, 2016 at 2:07 PM

Re: “Thank you for my beautiful life

Dearest Alison,
Was grateful to receive your post from another friend. I immediately shared on FB after reading, asking all to pray to the higher power they hold in their hearts. You will be in mine for a long time.

My friend, William Riddle, PhD, a medical physicist and professor at Vanderbilt, died on June 8 after a 40-year struggle with MS. The important piece, or one I hope is worth saying, is that he experienced much of what you have, especially as his brain didn't respond on command any longer. The difference is significant: you acknowledge life is short and your's may be shorter. Bill never got there and so his loss was especially tragic to me and others because it was unexpected.

Keep telling your story. Your grasp of this situation is magnificent and has made me better just for the reading. I am so sorry that we never met and that your talent, gifts and the amazing woman you seem to be will not benefit me and so many others. What you are doing now - writing, sharing, thanking, surviving - to the best of your ability is so wonderful.

Thanks so much, Susan Siegel

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Posted by SusanBlaede on July 25, 2016 at 2:06 PM

Re: “Local Black Lives Matter organizer arrested at North Charleston City Hall

I believe Muhiyidin d’Baha is a bit of an American Transcendentalist.

Civil Disobedience - Henry David Thoreau
http://xroads.virginia.edu/~hyper2/thoreau…

Posted by Chip Curry on July 25, 2016 at 1:30 PM

Re: “Local Black Lives Matter organizer arrested at North Charleston City Hall

Vietger - Your assessment is true. There are all kinds of problems in the inner cities, and disadvantaged rural areas. We all know the story of how it got that way. Why tell it again?

People like Muhiyidin d’Baha are not shying away from that. There really needs to be an effort by the entire community to help make things right - it all fits under the auspices of public safety, so our champion has picked a good place to start. We need to do all we can to improve relations with police and citizens. As solutions are implemented, the "black on black" crime will diminish - part of the solution involves creating opportunity, improving self image with loving acceptance, giving the "downtrodden captives" a leg up, preserving the rich Gullah culture, and preventing gentrification.

Posted by Chip Curry on July 25, 2016 at 1:26 PM

Re: “Thank you for my beautiful life

It was sad and inspiring to read your story. I am so sorry to hear of a good soul being taken too soon. Best wishes to you and your family always.

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Posted by Jason Bernhardt on July 25, 2016 at 12:32 PM

Re: “The Agenda: SC helps boo Cruz from stage; Lee Atwater's widow on Trump; I-526 off half-cent tax list

Getting tired of being 'half-cented' to death. We seem to keep building projects we cannot afford to maintain.

Posted by Jshicke on July 25, 2016 at 12:29 PM

Re: “Online survey seeks public input on plastic bags in Charleston

Did we not get rid of paper bags and start using plastic because we wanted to save the trees? Now we want to get rid of the plastic to save the turtles, and, what, go back to killing the trees? Make up your minds.

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Posted by Jshicke on July 25, 2016 at 12:17 PM

Re: “Why we're switching to Facebook-verified member accounts

The summary of what happened at the P&C website is accurate. I expect more or less the same here.

The comments section at CCP is my favorite part also, and the main reason for that is the anonymity. People say what they really think. There are some mean-spirited and lower-intelligence people who can't discuss things without resulting to personal insults, it's true - but for the most part it's lively and informative and civil.

When someone can do an internet search in a second and find out where I live (Chas County Property Records), where I work (LinkedIn, a must in my job role), etc - no thanks. Too many nutjobs out there and I value privacy as much as possible.

Also, y'all might find out that I actually dropped out The Citadel 1 hour and 14 minutes into my knob year in Aug 1991, thus failing to actually become a member of the The Citadel c/o 1995, and then, even worse, went to the College of Charleston. Such shame would be unbearable, as I am sure you can understand!

Edit - and yet here we are, still commenting as before with our nefarious usernames...?

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Posted by Cid95 on July 25, 2016 at 11:15 AM

Re: “Even when it's time to grieve, a journalist often feels detached

This is why you're the best. So glad I stumbled on this before it slipped into the Google archive ether

Posted by Marco Escandolos on July 25, 2016 at 10:08 AM
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