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I'm glad you mentioned Trump's 727. I remember seeing it parked at the airport for the 99 US Open.
Are there any aircraft larger than a 727 that fly into SOP these days? If the airport was safe enough for a 727 to fly in 13 years ago, why do we need to spend any more money on this place? Are planes and jets getting less safe?
SOP reminds me of boat ownership. You are always having to pour more money into it....
Not "doubtful". Fact.
Not to beat a dead horse, but I find it interesting that you feel Atlanta is safer than Raleigh.......
"He will be attending an outstaning ACC school in the fall (thank goodness....not UNC, Duke or State!)"
I'm going to ignore the obvious typo.
What I don't get is with UNC and NC State, two outstanding schools, why would someone spend extra money on out of state or private tuition.
Why does The Pilot always recycle old stories to make them appear new? This story was published a few days ago and had about 20-30 comments. The only thing new this time around is the picture.
Well, with that image, we should have him in about an hour. :-)
Wait just a dadgum minute!! I thought voter ID was intended to keep minorities from voting!? But now Miss Brown says it is intended to keep students from voting!? Which is it???
I didn't go to O'neal (I graduated from Pinecrest) but I did graduate from UNC-CH. And to think, all along, I thought voter ID was proposed to insure integrity in our elections. Silly me!
Please remember that it is not a right to be able to use the public highways. You are allowed to do so if you follow the rules. Traffic checkpoints are within the rules. If someone doesn't agree with that rule or any other traffic rule/law, that person is free to choose not to operate a motor vehicle on the public streets.
As mentioned before, the traffic circle is not the problem. The drivers are the problem.
Dear The Pilot,
Please take down this story.
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