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Charleston, you have disappointed me. I have lived here for eleven years and never been to the city's Christmas Parade. I was led to believe that the theme was Christmas, not advertising for the ghetto fabulous. Excuse me if I'm being politically incorrect here. I was expecting some Shriner's on motorcycles or in little cars, some firetrucks, different beauty queens, city council, some sports teams, and high school bands. Since when is a 1985 Chevy Caprice Classic with 24" rims blasting Lil' Wayne with two people sitting on the roof indicative of the Lowcountry Christmas spirit? I also was unaware that DJ Goldie's posse of clowns were standing in as Santa's elves. Are budget cuts at the North Pole really that bad this year? Fortunately, my eight month old does not yet understand the art of "booty dancing" and was unaffected by our early departure that caused us to miss Santa this year.
This was terrible. You pay $15 then have to stand in a line for about 45 minutes to get a beer. The demand wasn't managed well at all.
Good event could only sample 4, portions were more then a taste. Nice venue for this type of event though it might have been more comfortable indoors with air conditioning. Stayed till 8:30 would have stayed longer to enjoy the music if there were tables to sit at. Will do it again next year.
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