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30 October 2006

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JanetLee

Ahhhh! Runs, screaming, from the room. That was the scariest compilation of pictures I've ever seen! Shudder. Excuse me, I'm going to turn on more lights.

Pam

JanetLee: Yes, turn all of the lights on, be sure the doors and windows are locked, jump into bed and pull the covers up over your head. It's a scary scene indeed here in Lower Awendaw.

Annie in Austin

Most of those photos made me jump, especially that terrific shot of a snarling Cheney - but I had to look up a few of the names that terrorize Carolinians. We Texans have our own gallery of scary people, many of them up for reelection right now.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Pam

Annie: Yes, we have a few creepy Carolinians that we are reluctant to share with the world...like Sandi Engelman, a Charleston County school board member, who used the acronym (honest-to-God) 'CPT' (someone had to tell me that it stood for 'colored people's time') in a conversation on a morning talk show (which can be heard here, if you want to get REALLY creeped out: http://charleston.net/assets/webPages/departmental/news/default_pf.aspx?NEWSID=113650

Then there's Andre Bauer, who's up for re-election as Lieutenant Governer, a job he'll try to do inbetween speeding down the SC interstates (and getting out of speeding tickets) and playing on his myspace website (http://www.laurinmanning.com/blog/archives/2006/03/29/while-were-raising-an-eyebrow-at-the-lite-guv/).

There's a long list of scary people here in South Carolina (I don't need to tell you this - you've got one of the creepiest originating right there, out of your own backyard) - but there were only 13 nights, and I had to focus on some of the creepiest.

Pam

Oh! I left out creepy Henry Brown. Our very own US Congressman from South Carolina. His misguided adventures can be followed here: http://www.abouthenrybrown.com/

Janet Edens

Omigawd ... thanks, Pam. Now I have to sleep with the light on.

Pam

Janet: It was a creepy, creepy night. Even keeping the lights on didn't lessen my fears!

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