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Thanks, Varian! That notice made its way into the print edition.
I definitely appreciate your perspective. That's what I wanted when I published this piece - different opinions.
Taxes aren't investments, thanks for reading. To invest in something is to expect a return. In this case, the return would presumably be more shows, and higher-quality shows. We'd become a more established cultural destination. (Which means more money going into local hotels and restaurants, but that's the nitty gritty.)
We wouldn't get a traditional ROI, sure, but we would get something. How you define that something is the whole point of the debate.
Clare, if something like that ever happened in Charlotte, there's a real good chance we'd cover it.
Haha! "At any rate, the cat is a screen natural, and he registers as the best animal act of 2013 — yes, even more than James Franco in Spring Breakers."
To be fair, North Carolina GOP Chairman Claude Pope rebuked the tweet, calling it highly offensive. He even asked Rucho to apologize.
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