Confusious 
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Re: “Huger's Place

I have had nothing good things to say about my experience at Huger's. We work downtown and eat there all the time. It reminds me of Alice's, but with a more jazzy, and soulful flavor. The food is second to none. Except maybe Hannibal's on the Eastside.

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Posted by Confusious on March 18, 2011 at 4:05 PM

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Re: “Old and new leaders must come together to build a better future

Nice. Welcome back Kwadjo. Your voice has been sorely missed. Your Honesty shows your personal growth. Look forward to more.

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Posted by Confusious on July 20, 2011 at 5:11 PM

Re: “Kwadjo eyes North Chuck mayor's job

I heard Kwadjo Speak this past weekend and whoa he had the room on fire. He talked about the forgotten areas of North Charleston, and what he would do to revitalize them under a "Community Economic Development Plan". His speech was entitled "A Renaissance for North Charleston." Based on the reaction from the crowd he is definetly a contender.

Posted by Confusious on February 10, 2010 at 9:29 AM
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