And, if you go out of your way to find something to be offended by, you'll find it. Also, if you cannot enjoy something as good as this because of some false need to be "racially sensitive" step back and do not try and ruin it for others and the cast that busted their backs to put on this performance.
I'm impressed with your coverage and the Railhawks' candid attitude. It seems like the only people that aren't being completely open are NuRock/USL
If this project is so great for Durham, as Mr. Hunter, his partners, and his lawyers claim, why are they afraid of a public hearing?
C'mon, Mr. Brian: what are you hiding? Or do you realize that the citizens of Durham will see through your rhetoric?
Durham has had enough back-room deals with developers.
Wow!!! Thats incredible. Kudos to everyone who ha been getting out the vote. Fingers crossed for Tuesday...
This is really great news! Cow shares would be a good start, and an even better start would be to reverse the completely insane ruling on pet milk to require charcoal to be added to it. Are the agencies and people in charge around this state completely insane? If these things do not pass and all raw milk is banned or contains charcoal, I am moving away. It will validate my growing feeling that North Carolina is a backwards police state with nothing better to do than to treat its citizens like juvenile delinquents incapable of making rational decisions. There are plenty of states in this nation that allow cow shares and even retail sales of raw milk. What is wrong with North Carolina? Seriously...
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