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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by HOOSINSC, Jan 29, 2011.
This Harpootlian interview is wild.
I'm not shocked Dick Harpootlian is this guy's lawyer. What a scumbag.
That's a silly name. It just is.
it should not shock anyone that the comically named Dick Harpootlian grew up to be an asshole lawyer
I love a Clemson grad that moves to a neighborhood right by USC campus and then tries to bitch and control everything to his own specifications
i used to moonlight at drip in five points and he refused to use the buss bins
man would stare you in the eye, stir his coffee, and then leave his spoon on the counter i had just waxed
Fucking power move. That's how you get to the top of your neighborhood council
You guys should have witnessed how Jakey Knotts used to act in the Senate building during session if you think that's despicable
the real power move was him ordering rwanada but me grinding whatever the fuck beans i decided he was getting
let’s hear it
Just imagine an old white guy sending pages on non-stop runs for Diet Pepsi to throw down his gullet while he sat in the corner and farted and said the most racist, mysognistic shit you could imagine about Nikki Haley
Between him and Lee Bright I figured out really quickly I didn't have any interest in being part of the SC Republican Party.
I will give credit to Wes Hayes though, who was who I actually worked for. He was a good dude.
Seems obvious this was a faked murder attempt and he got caught, right?
Those unis are perfection. And the dude on the bottom left is 31 years old.
I’m pretty sure the dude on the right has murdered someone. They might want to interview him about the murders of Paul and Maggie.
Chris Trainor worked at my local paper before he left for a job with the Free Times. #uselessfacts
My HS (Saluda) had dominated all competition so far until last night. Ranked #3 in 2A. Played a team from Georgia with Connor Shaw’s brother coaching and got beat 63-7
49-0 at halftime. I think a couple other SC schools got smoked by GA schools last night from what I heard on the high school sports report
south carolina continuing to follow in florida's footsteps by having a former player in trouble for murder (or at least attempted murder in this case)