Chip Curry 
Member since Nov 24, 2015


William D. (Chip) Curry III studied journalism at Coastal Carolina College and then art at the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fl… More »

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Re: “So, you want to march in Charleston?

If you want to affect real, positive change that benefits everyone, it can't be done by simply ramping up emotion with a public display of discontent. There is too much work left to do when the hub-bub dies down. Forget radical rhetoric and oppositional behavior. Why create bitter, eternal enemies to oppose your cause? Why chance innocent blood on your hands if things get out of hand? If you are willing to die for your cause, then surely you should be willing to work for it. I suppose dying is easier.

if your cause is righteous, then offering your case in a spirit of fellowship should be able to win the day.

Listen, youngsters. I dont need to quote another scholar, I have been hip since hip was hep. Here is how you change the world . . . with positive energy, an open heart, and patience. It's all good and getting better all the time, why deny it? Protest? In ten years all but two of the moment have gone mainstream or sold out to corporate. Those two are still sleeping in the park and eating at the Daily Bread Mission.

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Posted by Chip Curry on April 13, 2017 at 10:54 PM

Re: “Chef Nico Romo announces his new Mt. Pleasant restaurant will be called NICO

Seriously, it will be a welcome addition. Congrats Nico, look forward to crushing some of your fare.

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Posted by Chip Curry on January 21, 2017 at 12:20 AM

Re: “Chef Nico Romo announces his new Mt. Pleasant restaurant will be called NICO

Oh boy! Lets put in hundreds of sky scrapers and fill them with gourmet restaurants!

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Posted by Chip Curry on January 21, 2017 at 12:16 AM

Re: “Why I'm wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt to the polls

I must apologize, since this editing format is on a timer. Did "spell correct" betray me, or did I have a brain convulsion?

Medgar Evers, not Medgar Evans. Dang, I hate to diminish quality communication with unforced errors - inexcusable, but not unforgivable.

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Posted by Chip Curry on November 7, 2016 at 10:02 PM

Re: “Why I'm wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt to the polls

I like your writing and energy so much, I came back to expand on my original comment.

Black Lives Matter, Charleston SC really don't "act out" in public. They may protest, even get arrested, but they maintain dignity. It was probably the first "chapter' of the movement. I wonder if it was simultaneous discovery, or if this chapter deserves credit for the trend. We will all do well to accept their leadership - bright, young, vibrant, creative, full of positive energy and intentions almost all of the time.

It's impossible not to get frustrated with some of the entrenched hard heads in positions of power and authority.

https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F…

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Posted by Chip Curry on November 7, 2016 at 6:35 PM

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