Donny James 
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Re: “Cannonborough-Elliotborough: From Blight to Bright

Cannonborough most diverse? Diversity implies something else and in this article is misleading. I think they mean the most gentrified. Thats a much more accurate description.

Posted by Donny James on February 3, 2008 at 9:57 AM

Re: “New book on Burke High chronicles the school's history

Good read. Its amazing to me how whenever you write about somethin positive these internet skinheads never have anything to say. No comments. None. They only comment when they have a outlet for their clownish racist rhetoric.

Posted by Donny James on January 26, 2008 at 2:50 PM

Re: “Remembering the Rev. Willis T. Goodwin

Good read. You know professional circus clowns like Gotch and all these other bozo's never comment when they dont have anything negative to say.

Posted by Donny James on December 26, 2007 at 10:08 AM

Re: “Deal with It

Shut your dumb ass up. How would you like it if it was you? Matter fact I take that back. The way you cling to any and everything Mr Blakeley posts you would probably like for them to pull your pants down and play wit your little wee-wee. Get a life you clown.

Posted by Donny James on December 6, 2007 at 3:04 PM

Re: “Our Gangs

As we speak, I live amongst, rub shoulders with, and congregate with people from all different parts of the world, and also people from all of those different cities and neighborhoods that have that gang culture. I speak from what I know and what Ive been experiencing. Half these so-called gangbangers are fearful of people from Charleston. Theyre harmless without a gun in their hand. And Im not worried about whether I speak what you deem to be articulate, or what you deem to be "street thug" speech or whatever you called it just now. Its irrelevant. American English was "street thug" speech not too long ago in American History. It was the Ebonics of the English language at one point. Still is if you ask people from England. And many of the daily words you use that you think are English words are African words brought to America through the Gullah language of Charleston. I really could care less what you think of me or my speech. The points I made resonate truth, regardless if people want to believe it or not based on how "proper" they think my speech is. Thats a flawed thinking in itself.

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Posted by Donny James on November 2, 2007 at 11:44 AM

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