Letters | Robin Williams’ passing brings laughter to heaven; Don’t get too smug about PGA TV ratings; Addressing the problem of addresses on 17 Bypass in Myrtle Beach
08/14/2014 5:13 PM
08/15/2014 6:12 AM
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Williams’ passing brings
laughter to heaven
Years ago when Charlie Chaplin died, a little girl cried out, "Oh, won't God laugh!"
And won't God laugh again, with Robin Williams.
Don’t get too smug
about TV ratings
Of course the PGA Golf TV ratings were the highest in 5 years. The event was two hours late because of weather and when people turned on at 7 p.m. to watch Sixty Minutes, they found golf.
When they tuned in at 8 p.m. to watch Big Brother, they found golf. The shows they wanted to see ran way over and were late. Was it any wonder that the ratings were high.
Golf was great, but viewership was because of the shows that were delayed.
Addressing the problem
of Bypass addresses
Once again, we had trouble finding a location along U.S. 17 Bypass because most buildings do not contain numbers, or if they are on the buildings, they are too small to see from the roadway.
It would be so much easier to count down or up from the address we are trying to find. I would encourage businesses to have large, readable numbers so we can find you.
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