Point of No Return

Remember top have fun, as well

Through astute techniques of observation, I’ve been able to determine that the sky is indeed falling down around us.

Happy Days are all around here

Have you ever felt like anything was possible? Like you finally had this whole “life” thing figured out, and that the world was indeed in the palm of your hand?

Time to get rid of those curses

This is just a spectacular time of year for those of us afflicted with a complete addiction to sports viewing.

Coming to terms with holiday

In a cruel twist of fate, our calendars tell us that St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year. In related news, the sun will eventually burn out and leave us wandering around a cold, dark rock until we fade away and Disney is actually more interested in making money than creating a world of wonder and awe for kids of all ages.
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Another tour through the inane

I’m beginning to believe that South Carolina is becoming the doofus capital of the free world.
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Rossé to share more of his skills

We meet people in life. It’s really that simple.
Coastal Point • File Photo

Five years down, more to come

So, there I was. Surrounded by members of the Swedish bikini team and counting enormous stacks of $100 bills, when the phone in my shoe went off and I knew immediately...

A Super Day to watch the game

The spectacle otherwise known as the Super Bowl kicks off Sunday evening, and much of the world is ready for the action.

Well, unless you’re a fan of the Baltimore Ravens or Philadelphia Eagles — in which case, you’re still licking your wounds and screaming at the heavens above that there is indeed a grave injustice in the world because your team ...

But, yeah, I digress.

Darwin comes to the rescue

I’m not exactly the brightest guy in the world.

A walk back through the year

Many of us in the community will remember 2008 as the year that Ocean View blew up in front of our faces. Actually, that’s pretty much the story that captured the most inches of news throughout the year, and kept our letters section more swollen than Roseanne after Thanksgiving dinner.

Getting things off on right foot

Goodbye, 2008.

Not that this has been a bad year by any means, but there’s just something invigorating about getting that clean slate, opening your new Coastal Point calendar and embarking on a brand new year that is filled with hope, promise and the opportunity to really make one’s mark.

Getting things off on right foot

Goodbye, 2008.

Not that this has been a bad year by any means, but there’s just something invigorating about getting that clean slate, opening your new Coastal Point calendar and embarking on a brand new year that is filled with hope, promise and the opportunity to really make one’s mark.

Getting things off on right foot

Goodbye, 2008.

Not that this has been a bad year by any means, but there’s just something invigorating about getting that clean slate, opening your new Coastal Point calendar and embarking on a brand new year that is filled with hope, promise and the opportunity to really make one’s mark.

Be careful what you ask for

Have you ever said something to someone, and the moment it came out your mouth you just wished you could press “Rewind” and stop those words from ever hitting their intended target? You know, those regrettable utterances that just fill your heart with dread and cause you to involuntarily shake as the person you’re talking with just smirks or makes an odd face?

So much to be thankful for

Let’s face facts: It’s been a tough year for many.

Election done, stupidity takes over

Well, the elections are behind us and we can now go about the business of living our normal lives. For some, that means putting down the signs and getting back to regular chores. For others, that could mean getting over their respective candidates winning or losing and moving on to new ventures.

And, for others, it simply means reverting back to idiocy.

It's time to concede this election

My fellow Americans,

We reached a point Tuesday evening where we were forced to face the inevitability of the day’s events, and accept the reality that we came up short in our bid to lead this great nation over the next four years. This is not a time to mourn our loss, or wonder what could have been.

One last shot at earning your vote

Well, my fellow Americans, this is it. The last chance for me to speak directly to the voters before Tuesday’s general election, and my final opportunity to convince you to vote for Sam Harvey and me to lead this nation to a new beginning.

Make your own vote count this time

Well, that was a bit of a metaphorical kick to our campaign’s groin.

No Sue-Mommy sighting this time

There was no Hurricane Susan this time. No Sue-mommy blowing in and out of the office, causing peril to all in her wake and creating a general disturbance wherever she rolled.

We’re behind now, but still time

Well, my presidential campaign marches on as we near November. Currently, we’re lagging a little bit in the polls, as we seem to be trailing Obama, McCain, Nader, Michael Phelps, the guy who played Kramer on Seinfeld and Cap’n Crunch. Undeterred, we will continue our mission of spreading our message to the masses.

The Presidential beat drums on

Now that the McCann-Harvey campaign is in full gear, and our supporters number somewhere between three and 74 million strong (depending on which scientific poll you believe), we’ve decided to continue our efforts of full disclosure leading up to the election.

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