I'm glad you pointed out the vast resources of this group. Additionally, their numbers to restore a house in a historic district are wildly inaccurate. I'd suggest they discuss plans with multiple other contractors who have done this work as it can be done for significantly less.
If Habitat for Humanity can do it, the DRM can too.
It is interesting how no mention is made of Dr Cho's race in the "apology" above. This is how racism works--it us about the hat, the clothes, the mistaken identity--not about the race. It's about "unfounded allegations" in the face of decent efforts at communication. Its about the victim taking a simple mistake too personally. Have we learned nothing about how racism operates?
I also have to wonder how much of this is being tolerated because the guy is Asian. Racism against Asian-American seems to get much less traction in the media than discrimination against other groups--African-Americans, Latinos or the LGBT community for example. I applaud the Indy Week for picking this story up and highlighting it. I do wish though that there had been a more thoughtful analysis of the race/power issue though.
One last irony: Andrea Reusing made her name and fortune culturally appropriating Asian cuisine. And here she is acting as an apologist for this egregious behavior--against an Asian American. White privilege continues unabated.
I'm baffled by the existence of such a policy. Unless an assault or threatening behavior occurs *on the premises* of the restaurant, an accusation should not result in anyone's removal. Only the person who is uncomfortable should be invited to leave, if he or she wishes, with the offer of an escort if desired; without proof, the restaurant has no business disrupting anyone else's evening.
"This isn't a NIMBY issue, they [residents] say. They're not opposed to the mission's presence or even its expansion. They just don't want it to disrupt their neighborhood."
Isn't that the definition of NIMBY? It's a shame no one from the DRM would speak to the INDY. There is another viewpoint from Rob Tart, the Chief Operations Officer of the Rescue Mission, in the 8/27 Herald Sun http://www.heraldsun.com/opinion/why-i-don-t-support-the-proposed-golden-belt-boundaries/article_2c735610-6c87-11e6-b741-672de2f9e7ad.html
Pop's Backdoor Shannon Rd. in Durham!
Judge Michael Denning should be impeached as a Judge! He made a discriminatory comment during a court hearing! He stated "China wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for all the Chinese." Judge Michael Denning should not even be running for Superior Court Judge! He is a disgrace of what it means to be a Judge. He should be removed/impeached as a Family Court Judge because he made a discriminatory comment!! The people of NC do not accept discriminatory comments made by a Judge!! Judge Michael Denning made a discriminatory comment during a court hearing!! Do the right thing, Judge Michael Denning, remove yourself as a Judge!! He has the audacity to think he should be a Superior Court Judge; he should not be a Judge at all.
were appropriate hurt feelings reports filed?
Hey Barbara 2:
“Bicyclists usually ride on the right side of the lane, but are entitled to use the full lane…. Drivers wishing to pass a bicyclist may do so only when there is abundant clearance and no oncoming traffic is in the opposing lane. When passing a bicyclist, always remember the bicyclist is entitled to use of the full lane.” – North Carolina Driver’s Handbook, p.95.
Please be safe out there...
#1 - stay out of the middle of the road with oncoming cars. If you want us to "share the road", perhaps cyclists should get licenses like auto drivers have to. Let them pay their "fair share".
Walt's Grill in Chapel Hill
I loved Dillard's BBQ. One of my first real Durham experiences when my wife and I moved here 25 years ago. We walked in on our first visit and Mr. Dillard thinking we might be lost, asked us if we needed directions. When we answered that no, we just needed something to eat, he made us feel at home and personally took us on a tour of the buffet. I even swung by there to pick up lunch on the way to Duke for the birth of my first child. I miss them—and their plates at the DBAP as well.
He looks like such an a*sface.......Like a bunghole ripped inside out....
Great reading! Just want to say that I drink 100 percent Raw Milk and have never felt better. I have to drive quite a distance to get mine, but, it is worth the trip many times over. I drink Sweet Milk, Clabber, Whey, and also make sour cream and learning to make wonderful cheese that is so healthy.
I had some health problems that prescribed medicine made much worse. However, since drinking Raw Milk from grass fed cows, those problems just walked off and have never returned. Plus, I have lost weight and easily kept it off. Yes, I am living proof of healing cows milk which is raw. I'm sold on it!
Flavor Desserts on 55
Bull City Street Food
Saltbox Seafood Joint
Republicans love to create enemies out of thin air so they can pass laws to protect us from them...lol..and rally their stupid base voters to the false cause and these idiots believe every word they say......Republicans are such idiots they defy logic.
Dear Joyce, you have my permission to put Dallas up for adoption. Christmas is coming in November and there will be a lump of coal in his sock and he'll be unhinged.
I recall a story from 2014 about people dressed as clowns who terrorized residents of San Joaquin Valley, California. http://abcnews.go.com/US/mysterious-clowns… So, it could be copycats.
" "While there are no reported cases [of peeping, indecent exposure, and trespass violations] involving transgender users...." You can stop right there. There have been 16 reported cases of perverts doing this in North Carolina - does this mean that they were TransGendered? Absolutely not. The majority of those who are truly transgender simply DO NOT CARE, as they are in the process or have already gone through the process of gender transition.
For clowns in the Carolinas check the legislatures!
I like his face on the leather-clad body of Jennifer Lawrence, but I do wonder which bathroom he'd use.
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