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Re: “What can Charleston learn from what East of the Cooper has lost?

Granted, I've only commuted to Mt. P, and only from in the mid-2000s, but I found mt pleasant to have no charm. Dive bars exist everywhere; that doesn't a town make. I found it to be exactly what was described by the author at vintage coffee - upper middle class white families with 2.5 kids who spend 3 hours a day in their cars and huge, sprawling neighborhoods with no connectivity and no way to walk or bike anywhere outside those neighborhoods. Commuter traffic (raises hand) is an absolute nightmare. Shem creek is a nice vista but you can't get inexpensive seafood or anything - just overpriced cocktails at new places like tavern and table. I'm sorry but I never got it.

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Posted by jennysays on May 3, 2017 at 9:19 AM

Re: “Here's how to get the most out of your Pounce Cat Café experience

And then??? What about the actual cat experience? Did you even pet a pussy??? How is this not included in this write-up?

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Posted by jennysays on January 27, 2017 at 3:00 PM

Re: “Deep-sixing Uber's libertarian doublespeak

This author has clearly never taken an Uber ride, or even I suspect, a regular cab ride in Charleston to have written such an anti-Uber piece. With Uber, you have a prompt, polite, friendly driver, your fee is taken from your credit card on file and no money is exchanged with the driver. With cabs, you wait upwards of a half hour for one to arrive and you are made to feel as if you are inconveniencing them if you request a ride from downtown to James Island, John's Island or heaven forbid, Folly Beach. Most cabs do not take credit cards and their fares are double what Uber charges. Sure, Uber may look scary on paper with the rules and regulations and normal people as drivers, but the overall experience and convenience is worth fighting for.

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Posted by jennysays on October 6, 2014 at 12:38 PM

Re: “White Duck's hefty tacos are a battleground of competing flavors

I don't know how the crab taco came to be called a "fan favorite" but it's not lump crab meat as the chalkboard states, it's a mayonnaise-y crab salad with more filling than crab. It's also unfortunate they don't have flour tortillas as an option. That being said, the buffalo chicken tacos are really good as well as the salsa trio.

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Posted by jennysays on September 17, 2014 at 4:17 PM

Re: “Professor says CSU fired him for appearing on a beer can

I have a question - how did they even know it was him??? That could be anyone - that could be a picture of Hunter S. Thompson with a photoshopped beard.

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Posted by jennysays on June 4, 2014 at 12:13 PM

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