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“Bowfinger 2: Going Down and Columbia Bound”

Hollywood – 20th century Faux Studio announced today that filming has finally begun on the long-awaited sequel to 1999′s hit “Bowfinger,” starring Eddie Murphy and Steve Martin featuring a surprising South Carolina twist.

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Patching Up Electoral Politics

Washington, DC – The United States Senate spent several hours Monday vigorously debating controversial legislation that may affect future political races here in South Carolina. The turmoil is all thanks to an intriguing new law proposed by Senator Ross Noman, a first-term independent from New Hampshire.

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A tempting new candidate for Senate

Myrtle Beach – The 2010 race to become South Carolina’s next representative in the United States Senate has taken a startling twist today, as a new candidate is poised to enter the race.

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South Carolina asks North Carolina to “Get the F*ck Off”

The state of South Carolina finally snapped Thursday after centuries of suffering in silence, demanding that the state of North Carolina “get the f*ck off.”

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Death Toll Rises In GOP SC-1 Primary

Myrtle Beach – The body count has continued to increase today in South Carolina as the deadly primary race between Carol Campbell III, Paul Thurmond, and seven other irrelevant candidates for U.S. Congress rages onward into the night.

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Lindsey Graham to come out

Central – A gay bit of news today here in South Carolina as Lindsey Graham has decided that he will come out this very spring. That’s right, South Carolina’s senior Senator is going to be part of the debutante class of 2010 in Central, South Carolina, the town of his birth.

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It’s not the heat, it’s the fire and brimstone

Columbia – A recent survey of South Carolina state legislators taken by theDiscust has revealed some surprising information about the state’s capital city.

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Sanford University Plans Underway

Columbia – With less than a year remaining of his time in office, Governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina still has work left to do cementing his legacy to the state. With that legacy in mind, the governor announced plans today that should go a long way toward imprinting his collection of seven letters into the minds of our children: the founding of a university bearing his name.

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