EppsNet Archive: South Carolina

Ruff Sex

27 Mar 2016 /

I assumed every woman with a dog (not just a wiener dog) is doing this, minus the videos of course . . .

Police charge that the South Carolina suspect got intimate with a Dachshund on her 23rd birthday…

Posted by The Smoking Gun on Friday, March 25, 2016


Who Said It: Monsignor Ignacio Carrasco de Paula or Miss South Carolina Teen 2007?

6 Nov 2014 /

Regarding Brittany Maynard:

Suicide is not a good thing. It is a bad thing because it is saying no to life and to everything it means with respect to our mission in the world and toward those around us.

Huh? If you said the Monsignor, you are correct . . .


Look Out for the Blue Hose

13 Sep 2011 /
Cal logo

My boy texted me this afternoon that one of the starting cornerbacks for the Cal Golden Bears is in a class with him.

In a masterpiece of scheduling, the Cal football team plays the Presbyterian Blue Hose this coming Saturday because apparently Bryn Mawr was unavailable.

(Presbyterian College is a church-affiliated college of 1,200 students located in Clinton, S.C.)

I texted back, “Tell him to look out b/c Presby is coming off a big win vs North Greenville. NORTH GREENVILLE!”


College World Series: USC 2, UCLA 1

30 Jun 2010 /

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Whit Merrifield’s RBI single with one out in the bottom of the 11th inning gave South Carolina its first baseball national championship with a 2-1 victory over UCLA in the College World Series on Tuesday night.

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It’s always a good bet to pick USC over UCLA.

South Carolina cheerleader


The Other USC

9 Sep 2009 /

Ladies and gentlemen, your University of South Carolina Gamecocks:

South Carolina cheerleaders


HW Solves Two of the Thorniest Problems in American Education

2 May 2004 /

Racial Gaps

On average, black students who graduate from high school are equipped with the skills the average white student mastered by the eighth grade, according to federal tests.

Blah blah blah . . .

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