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Re: “About that arsenic in your water...

So if you were swimming 1000 more feet away from where i dump acid into the water - tell me genius, are you going to keep swimming? Your logic is childish to call out something so trivial. Do some homework you sped case. Gosh, I hate uneducated dumbasses like you - use google you moron there is no excuse in this day and age for being so stupid!

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Posted by AverageJoe on 07/21/2016 at 8:06 PM

Re: “About that arsenic in your water...

Whatever high school intern wrote this story is lying about where the sandbar is actually it is at least another 1000 feet north out of that tiny picture but I guess nobody cares if you complain about environmental stuff

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Posted by Sam P on 07/21/2016 at 2:24 PM

Re: “An Open Letter to the President

There's something that happens in America three

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Posted by #NoLivesMatter To Cops Or Media on 07/14/2016 at 10:14 PM

Re: “What Makes An Art Crawl?

God help us all in Pageland, SC. Tim Griffin, Tim Cody, Tim Aldridge just to name some of his alias are destroying this small town. Still seeing the same posts like misappropriating funds, bullying, stealing, and absolute fraud. Tim doesn't have a A valid drivers license and it was Meil that watched his lover suffer not Kevin. It's all Public Record just look it up! That poor man Kevin is so innocent!!!!

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Posted by Pageland need help The Griffins are destroying our town on 07/14/2016 at 9:18 PM

Re: “The Unofficial Underwear Issue

Indeed, it seems either women (and men) are wearing a lot less underwear (GOOGLE "Why I Don't Wear Underwear" & "Ditch Your Panties" ... or with the Internet providing freer communication & more privacy/anonymity, they are ADMITTING (and also ASKING ABOUT IT) au naturel more freely, or to put it better BEING MORE OPEN (as in Sharon Stone & many other) about the subject! It also seems that the purpose of "panties" was pretty much to restrict women's freedom (of movement... of employment... etc.), for if anything panties collect germs rather than anything else. In short, down with panties permanently & completely unless u r completely "hooked" on them.

Posted by pantilessforgood on 07/12/2016 at 3:01 PM

Re: “An Open Letter to the President

AGGIE PRIDE. Yes ma'am. Thanks for expressing this so eloquently and fully. I'm encouraged that young people are standing out. Please keep doing what you do.

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Posted by BHM on 07/08/2016 at 12:12 PM

Re: “An Open Letter to the President

You go Megan!!! Flawlessly written.

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Posted by Tawanna Denise on 07/08/2016 at 1:23 AM

Re: “An Open Letter to the President

Oh how I love thee...this is beautifully written and addresses all things relevant to our past, present and future struggle. You are the change [ want to see in the world thank you for this!!

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Posted by Gina Janae on 07/07/2016 at 6:52 PM

Re: “An Open Letter to the President

My letter will follow yours to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

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Posted by Mae Oakes on 07/07/2016 at 3:59 PM

Re: “An Open Letter to the President

I got your back Meg. Whatever I can do!

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Posted by TheUrbanDilemma on 07/07/2016 at 3:16 PM

Re: “Housing First once drew doubts, but it's hard to argue with results

What this organization has done is truly outstanding and they should be commended to the highest degree. Homeless people matter a great deal and should be treated with the same zeal as any other group looking for freedom. Homelessness could happen to anybody in an instant. All who are recipients of this level of care are extremely grateful. Keep up the good work. With that being said however I just wish the scattered site portion of the program had better options or more diversity in living quality. I know, "you take what you can get, be grateful and hush". I get that but some of the units have serious mold issues and one unit has a busted sewer pipe under the floor.The scattered sites are usually in low income area's and some of the living spaces need serious upgrades. Never the less, when it rains, a person has a dry place to stay and no more back pack everywhere not to mention a drastic reduction in run in's with the cops. It is truly a chance to start over and get on with the business of living. When the residents of Charlotte see that there's some good in most people, maybe other area's of this town will extend a hand of welcome.

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Posted by last chance on 07/03/2016 at 5:15 PM

Re: “Charlotte hiker prepares to make second coastal trek in memory of his father

Peace and love, Matthew!!

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Posted by Debbie Caton on 06/30/2016 at 9:42 PM
Posted by Joshua Townsend on 06/29/2016 at 6:59 PM

Re: “What does a casino in the Charlotte area mean for the community?

It's a wonderful thing increase,it will help revenue and also put are historical city on the map.places must change with change comes expansion.

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Posted by James Jammie Quick on 06/25/2016 at 1:38 PM

Re: “Is online dating to blame for Nikki McPhatter's death?

The police and prosecutors dropped the ball...this was a scam from the beginning. As soon as he got her pin it was all over. They may have done it before due to the fact of meeting on the internet. Thier explanation of why and how it happened along with the sentencing makes no sense.

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Posted by auntina on 06/21/2016 at 2:16 AM

Re: “A look at why the African-American cultural scene struggles to thrive in Charlotte

As a black gay man that's a college educated professional (two degrees) and gainfully employed, I was disappointed with the gay nightlife options in Charlotte. There's a large black gay population in Charlotte (full of handsome black men) but most are not comfortable with their sexuality (super religious psychos) and there are not many quality gay places to go socialize like say in Atlanta, D.C., Dallas, L.A., NYC, and Houston. Which is why many gay men in Charlotte are always talking about leaving to other "gayer" cities.

I considered moving there but the lack of gay nightlife, weak black gay pride, the fact that Charlotte didn't feel like a major urban city to me which I wanted, and high number of closeted gays made me go to Dallas, TX.

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Posted by Will Comeaux on 06/11/2016 at 11:09 PM

Re: “Chris Frye's got a workout for you — if you're up to it

He's not a good man or person...

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Posted by What What on 06/07/2016 at 6:41 PM

Re: “A look at why the African-American cultural scene struggles to thrive in Charlotte

well it is 2016 and Charlotte is still boring. The city still has no black culture. Nurse mingle events are not fun. The hosts are not friendly are very cliquish, but they want you to come to their events.. :/ Other black events are empty such as free events at the Gantt and the black expo.
Blacks here seem to only wait for CIAA to do anything outside of their houses. Charlotte is still young and growing is what I keep hearing and I just don't believe it. All the city does is build apartments up and down south end and uptown (downtown). There is no retail at all.
Don't even think about being single here. That is the worst. Good luck getting someone to speak to you, especially if you don't look like an Instagram model (contour, fake hair, big drawn on eyebrows). The place sure is fake materialistic like Atlanta meaning folks are ballin on a KFC budget.

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Posted by Amilia on 06/04/2016 at 9:47 PM

Re: “Danica Patrick hasn't received the same patience afforded to other NASCAR drivers entering the sport

Okay...Nascar Fans that are male and females: Let's be fair in compared Danica to all the other drivers in the Sport. Let's compare here to Stewart-Hass team mates. In the best of the best equipment she is barely better than Tony is after he's gotten older been broken up a few times in the last couple of years, etc. So, technically she's number 4 in the team. The Simple problem is she did not stay in Jr Motorsports long enough to learn anything...nuff said

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Posted by Michael on 06/03/2016 at 9:32 PM

Re: “Sex trafficking survivor Jillian Mourning finds L.O.V.E.

Keep up your dreams darling. I am an inner city school teacher and your story is inspiring. I thought I recognized you from the Gold bond commercials with Shaq. I actually thought I spoke to you briefly at a Perfect 10 modeling function. Don't ever give up on your dreams. The reason im not. State Trooper today which was always my dream, is because one of my ex-girlfriend three years after we broke up on bad terms told me she was drugged and raped.I beat the guy with in an inch of his life and made him felt what it was like to be scared and helplessness. I think your organization is amazing and please keep up the good work. You rock babe!!!
Send me a friend request on Facebook :Brendan WB Reed.
Blessings to you

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Posted by Brendan Wb Reed on 06/03/2016 at 7:22 AM

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