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Re: “Yoga is taking over Charleston on the DL

The Charleston yoga community is truly a wonderful & inclusive family of diverse people. The teachers I've had the pleasure of practicing with are consistent in their faithfulness to the roots of yoga & inspiring in the way they each bring their own personality to the practice!

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Posted by Joseph Nienstedt on July 27, 2017 at 1:08 AM
Posted by Michel Hammes on July 26, 2017 at 12:23 PM

Re: “Yoga is taking over Charleston on the DL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oFI69vHuy…

Here is my YOGA HELMET

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Posted by zee on July 26, 2017 at 10:09 AM

Re: “Yoga is taking over Charleston on the DL

Romans 14:21-- It is a noble thing not to eat meat, or drink wine, or do anything that makes your brother stumble.

I wonder why the churches downtown don't have any yoga meetups advertised on here? The Church would be alot cooler if it did!

Then all of the people making money off of something that is a donation based church service everywhere else in the world can just start being retailers again I guess.


Christ's teachings and Yoga lifestyle are the same.

Can capitalistic teachers of Yoga push the boundaries using technology and materialism? That is a cool idea as well. Maybe they are trying to improve the technique of the ancient art like a Nasa space shuttle?? :)

Maybe we can make and sell YOGA helmets/ antennas...

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Posted by zee on July 26, 2017 at 10:02 AM

Re: “As Charleston's tent cities grow, other communities find tangible solutions

ok...
Hey look me and Twin Hype still record fresh tracks if your interested. They are the most talented musicians I have ever worked with, and im lucky to have met them while at a skate park down here in Charleston, Sc.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNYeNCu-NW…

Here is a good one we just put out.

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Posted by zee on July 14, 2017 at 7:48 PM

Re: “A look at how a growing method of online extortion reached into a West Ashley home

I should have been more specific. Paying bills online is safe, tying your computer specifically to accessing your bank online is another. I know of several people who compromised their computer and through it hankers got access to their bank accounts. Your mileage may vary.

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Posted by Foghorn Leghorn on July 10, 2017 at 9:00 PM

Re: “A look at how a growing method of online extortion reached into a West Ashley home

They were calling me several times a day. I reported them to the FCC. It's crazy. But it is also crazy to tell people not to do their banking online. I would NEVER go back to hand-paying bills. That is crazy.

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Posted by Karen Turpin Morgan on July 10, 2017 at 5:41 PM

Re: “A look at how a growing method of online extortion reached into a West Ashley home

how about the local police going to senior centers and spread the word? And leave a card with a number on it that a senior could call if they had questions. Could save a bunch of elderly a lot of time and money.

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Posted by localhutch on July 5, 2017 at 1:00 PM

Re: “A look at how a growing method of online extortion reached into a West Ashley home

Three key things that will help you avoid being ripped off in these schemes 99% of the time.

1.) Never take a call from anyone who wants to talk about your computer.
2.) Never have your computer serviced by anyone over the Net, some are legit, most are not, think that's an actual Microsoft site, think again, take it to a local computer store, better service and usually less expensive.
3.) Don't do your banking transactions on a computer over the Internet.
4.) Credit card skimmers are rampant in Charleston, they are everywhere. Always shake a credit card input slot to check for a skimmer, never withdraw money from any site other than your own bank and always cover the key pad when punching in your code.

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Posted by Foghorn Leghorn on July 5, 2017 at 11:05 AM

Re: “Comparing Charleston's dueling bike share programs

Why in the world is this considered "Ride Sharing?" This is obviously a case of profit-making bike rental.

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Posted by Ima Oldman on June 30, 2017 at 9:57 AM

Re: “Comparing Charleston's dueling bike share programs

Interesting article.

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Posted by wjhamilton29464 on June 29, 2017 at 4:03 PM

Re: “A look at the future of Charleston's transportation system

Here is a detailed look at why the Lowline park should include the planned bus rapid transit line into Charleston. https://www.facebook.com/notes/best-friend…

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Posted by wjhamilton29464 on June 29, 2017 at 12:51 PM

Re: “A look at the future of Charleston's transportation system

The Lowline park can fit aBus rapid transit busway and still be a wonderful place Cambridge England runs BRT on an old rail corridor and it works great. Here is the video of how park, bike path and bus way coexist there. In all likelyhood someone who is influential doesn't want our rapid transit line near their property and they're working to sabotage it going where it needs to be, forcing it on to a congested meeting street where delays will be inevitable. here is what we could have. https://youtu.be/10UY3WC4nDY

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Posted by wjhamilton29464 on June 29, 2017 at 11:17 AM

Re: “A look at the future of Charleston's transportation system

Wait...and why exactly should we change a rail line into a walking path when every bit of research has pointed to light rail? The green line goes right through the middle of downtown to wait.....the visitors center.....

Maybe Im just missing something

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Posted by Alex Mozingo on June 28, 2017 at 5:38 PM

Re: “A look at the future of Charleston's transportation system

I live in West Ashley and I'm currently without a car. I bicycle to work along Sam Rittenberg blvd. which is a dangerous activity. Many drivers don't realize that bikes are -supposed- to use the roads, and many more have no clue as to the limited visibility that a cyclist has to cope with.

Any trip of more than a mile or two is best taken by bus, but given last year's cuts it takes at least an hour or more to get down to the peninsula. CARTA is obsessed with running their buses at a profit, or at least break-even and they've cut routes to the bone in order to maximize revenue at the expense of customer service. The #32 bus, which runs between Super Stop and Bee's Ferry only runs once per hour, even at peak times. Forget trying to go to Folly Beach, Mt. Pleasant or James Island. You'll spend much of the day traveling.

If you're not approaching sixty (like me), you can try bicycling down Ashley River Road. Sam Rittenberg -> Rivers avenue is right out, due to the intransigence of the SCDOT to modify the North Bridge to accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians.

By the time that CARTA and the COG get around to fixing these transportation problems, Charleston will be in gridlock. Businesses will not want to relocate here and skilled workers will not want to move here. 2040 is not soon enough. We've spent millions of dollars on 'studies' and what we've got is a dysfunctional mess. Smaller cities than Charleston have effective transit systems, why can't we?

Dave Crossley
Best Friends of the Lowcountry Transit

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Posted by MelvintheBarbarian on June 28, 2017 at 2:53 PM
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