Charleston bar and restaurant owners hope for hurricane parties, not an empty town
When Hurricane Hugo whipped through the Lowcountry in 1989, chef Jonathan Kaldas of Uptown Social was 6 years old and slept through the whole thing. He woke up to a neighborhood pulling together to rebuild fences, share fresh water and cook food before it spoiled.
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#2 Sep 11, 2018
People ignored warnings back in 1969 when Camille hit the Gulf Coast, they stayed put and had hurricane parties and stayed to ride out the storm and as a result, 259 people that stayed behind lost their lives with just a 24 ft surge. Sure, there will be those that thumb their noses at hurricanes BUT why take the chance when the weather service has much more information than in 1969.
#3 Sep 18, 2018
US Infrastructure is collapsing because the izzreeli lobby siphons our blood and treasure to the zio- racist cult of apartheid kosher nostra kibbutz commies..........SPECHLER v. TOBIN.
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