‘Myrtle Manor’ true to reality

March 13, 2013 

After watching “Welcome to Myrtle Manor” and reading some reviews, I think some people must have their heads in the sand.

I didn’t see anything on the show that does not go on in Myrtle Beach and not only in trailer parks but also in neighborhoods and in all cities across the state.

In a city with a high rate of crime, murders, dope and prostitution, what you saw on TV is minor.

I would say if you do not enjoy the show, don’t watch it. It’s good for the economy. I wonder if there is an empty trailer in the park, I like hot dogs.

The writer lives in Socastee.

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