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Um.. yeah. The only person who seems to have a problem with it is you. Not seein’ a whole lotta supporters of your feigned outrage and bizarre attempts to cast fear and suspicion on what you’d like us to believe is a boogie-man carpetbagger coming to take our hard-earned money. Speaking on behalf of those of us who aren’t buying your weird paranoia, I’d just like to publicly invite you to move along (since most people are too polite to say you’re about as laughably obvious as a brick to the head).
Got news for ya, bub. Towns grow and change… you should try it some time. I, for one, am thrilled at the idea of PPAC and the new jobs, sales taxes, and tourism this will bring to our community.
Using your logic, we would have never seen Rockingham Speedway, because who would drive to Rockingham when you can drive to Charlotte? The national entertainment industry magazine Pollstar, just ranked DPAC as the #4 theater in America (in the same company Radio City Music Hall, Caesars Palace, the Fox Theatre of Atlanta , and New York’s Beacon Theater) goodness forbid the Pinehurst Performing Arts Center one day be included in that group… yeah, it must be a conspiracy, indeed.
It’s also pretty obvious to those of us reading you have some kind of personal grudge against Mr. Wolff in these weird, ranting diatribes you post. Why not just admit you’ve got a beef with the guy (for whatever reason) instead all the nefarious insinuations and malevolent adjectives?
After reading your latest “manifesto of spookiness and dire consequences”, I went to the Carolina Philharmonic’s website and bought season tickets to their Pinehurst Pops Series and some gift certificates for my parents (and I encourage others to do the same, Handel’s Messiah was just awesome, btw).
People like you are the reason we can’t have nice things. Take a Xanax and a beer and get over it.
Apparently someone's mommy made him take too many piano lessons as a child.
Well said! Cal Cunningham is EXACTLY what the state of North Carolina needs to move forward.
I was also glad to see he's earned the endorsements of VoteVets and General Wesley Clark as well.
What's more is that he's run such a clean and positive primary campaign. He's not lowered himself to attacking the other Democratic candidates as we so often see in primary races.
I was proud to have voted for him during early voting here in Moore at the Ag. Center in Carthage (get out and vote early, folks). His website has a lot of information about his positions, and more importantly, an actual PLAN to help bring jobs back to North Carolina.
For the love of Pete... poor babies have to pay more a whole four bucks more a month to give themselves cancer. Never mind the fact that we all end up paying for their healthcare costs when their skin begins to rot off their vain and self-entitled bodies. Cry me a river.
No wait! I have a better idea, let's start crying racism like the ahem informed citizen above did. You know, because it just dawned on her that this pittance of a tax must be racist... just like Glenn Beck's stand-in has been saying on his radio show this last week.
No... even better! Let's all arm ourselves with guns and have a Teabagger party and hold up signs and rant and yell like pathetic, screaming babies who don't get their candy bar while standing in line at the store while the rest of us roll our eyes.
Yes folks, it's the end of days indeed when people have to pay $4.00 more to sit and do something stupid to themselves like exposing their epidural layer to massive amounts of UV light. Yes, it must be a conspiracy. Probably hatched by a naked Rahm Emanuel and ACORN workers.
Pssst... sunlight is free. For the love of all that is holy, quit whining.
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