Calhoun Hendricks 
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Re: “20 much-missed Charleston music venues

Capone's wasn't where Burns Alley Tavern is now. It was next door, and across the alley, where 5 Guys is now, before that.

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Posted by Calhoun Hendricks on August 9, 2017 at 5:07 PM

Re: “Following latest fatality, state leader continues call for safer pedestrian passage on Crosstown

With all of this new construction going on, has anyone thought of the possibility of an elevated second roadway above the crosstown? I mean, since the city seems averse to the thought of a transit system, the cars have to go somewhere. An elevated roadway above the existing crosstown would take the passing through traffic that's I26 or Mt Pleasant bound, or West Ashley bound, conversely, leaving the surface streets for downtown traffic.

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Posted by Calhoun Hendricks on December 20, 2016 at 5:23 PM

Re: “Thanks to Nikki Haley's anti-bully ad, I had to talk to my six-year-old daughter about suicide

Wow, Julie Downey. That's about as ignorant as it gets. You need a little time away from the hate spewing. Take some time to reflect on why you say such things. Why should a six year old know about suicide?

My issue is with the ad. So this eighth grader, feels that she is being bullied to the point of no return. She decides that there is only one way out, so what does she do? Write a letter to the governor?... Really? She mails it to the governor, which takes a few days mind you. Then governor superhero swoops in with a phone call in the nick of time to tell her to go to school with her head held high because she has her back... really? Sounds like the Republican feel good story of the year.

I'm sorry to rain on the happy parade, but that's about the most unrealistic scenario I've ever heard. Who writes a suicide letter to the governor? In 99.9999999999999% of suicide letters, they're opened after the deed has been done. Nobody that has reached the end of their rope is going to wait on a reply from the governor to change their mind on killing themselves and go to school with their head held high. It's just not how it happens. The whole ad is ridiculous.

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Posted by Calhoun Hendricks on September 18, 2014 at 7:49 PM

Re: “Watch these dudes wakeboard down a flooded Charleston street

Oh the ringworm they'll discover tomorrow. Trail Blazers these guys are. # YUCK!!!

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Posted by Calhoun Hendricks on September 17, 2014 at 12:01 AM
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