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Living In The Tension

When distressed, most days,  I simply want to forget about my problems.  I look for a great spot at the Ocean and veg out. That does not make my problems go away, however. As a person of faith,  I know that God has put me on earth with a unique …

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S.C. Perspectives – A History

  As South Carolina  embraces the removing of the Confederate Flag today,  we pause to examine the state’s history as MyrtleBeachSC.com does believe this is a watermark day leading to our state living out its promise as first dreamed by the eight lord proprietors at its inception. If anyone is …

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Historic Day In SC

In what was an emotionally charged ceremony,  the Confederate Flag was taken down for the last time from the state house grounds in Columbia, South Carolina today. While some saw the flag as a symbol of heritage,  others viewed that heritage as one of slavery and a symbol of oppression. The …

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Chamber of Commerce Attacks Small Business

  “In a pre-calculated measure by the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber, this lawsuit victory now completely opens the door for the company registered by Brittain with an almost exact and identical state trademark to now go on the federal register and  leverage that unchallenged trademark so as to gain greater control of hotel marketing nationally.” …

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Too late

  Several famous people were asked what they felt was the saddest word in the English language. Here’s what some of them said. Poet T. S. Eliot: “The saddest word in the English language is, of course, ‘saddest.’”   Lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II: “But.”   Writer John Dos Passos quoted …

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