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essica” had been with her husband for 10 years when she had an affair. “I was not looking to be unfaithful,” she began and then paused and looked down at her ringless hands. “I had been out with my husband. He decided to go home early, and I decided to stay out. I met a guy and it just happened. He was so complimentary and sweet, and he made me feel [pausing again], comfortable.” There were many signs—from the tone of her voice, to the thoughtful way she chose her words, to her mannerisms—that Jessica felt a tremendous amount of guilt. She said she had been going to counseling for several months to resolve her feelings, and when asked if she thought women felt guiltier than men about committing adultery, her answer was heartfelt. “Sure, with women there is more of a stigma, but I don’t condone having an affair. I wish I hadn’t done it. I am devastated that I had the ability to hurt [my ex-husband] so much… and I am not sure if I’ll ever marry again, because I never want to hurt another person. I am scarred. I’ll feel guilty for the rest of my life, even if he is now in a better place.”

Kandace W. // 7:05 PM NO SERVERS WERE HARMED (ONLY TORTURED) IN THIS SHOOT

Can you believe that they were allowed in here? Mike R. // 7:10PM

I’ve lost my appetite. He is burping and she is cutting her nails! Kandace W. // 7:11 PM

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true importance, at least on a cosmic scale. Until now. This month, as a lark, I was doing as I always do: spit balling topics to see which one bothered Courtney the most. Ultimately, I wound up firing off the following grapeshot of random subjects: “Baseball Hall of fame inductions? Affleck as Batman? A predetermined universe, or does mankind have free will? Was New Coke really just a conspiracy to introduce HFCS without anyone noticing?” She could have given us both an easy month and chosen to debate the merits of Batfleck, but instead Courtney decided to go all existential on me and she chose to discuss whether or not we live in a predetermined universe. You know, the usual coffee table fodder. I should have been surprised, but then of course I shouldn’t have, because of course destiny exists. And what’s more, I can prove it scientifically. Let me put it like this: You’re either a religious person or you’re not. I’m not judging either way, but it’s fair to say you could easily split the world into those two camps and find few

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oes everything happen for a reason? Does the universe have a plan? Is the universe God? Is there a God? So many questions, and I lack answers. And that drives me crazy. I’ve gone on record, in print, at least twice, once in this very C2 column (against my previous foe) arguing that there is no master plan, no higher power pulling the strings, and the only reason things happen is because we (you and I) make them happen. In fact, I said, “If there is a master plan, why does bad stuff happen to good people? Why do planes crash? Why do mad men rush into schools and shoot children? Why do dogs only live for a dozen years? Why? Why? Why?” I am reminded of the stories of survivors of September 11 attacks. Those who, because something unplanned popped up that morning— he had to run his daughter to daycare; she was stuck in traffic due to an accident; it was his turn to pick-up donuts—were late heading to work at the World Trade Center, and as a result didn’t perish. And how each of these “little things,” was a “blessing” that saved their lives. I have a little trouble with that. It makes me wonder what the other 3,000 people, who did lose their lives, did wrong that day to not be “blessed.” In 1999, I was rushed to the hospital, after


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NOAH’S ARKS RESCUE ADOPTION 10AM-1PM PetSmart in Bluffton

DOVE STREET FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS @ SHELTER COVE TOWNE CENTRE Enjoy nightly holiday entertainment and fun for all ages

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COMMEMORATIVE CANDLE LIGHTING Jarvis Creek Park (843) 842-6688.

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MESSIAH REHEARSALS First Presbyterian Church 7:00PM Directed by Dr. S. Russell Floyd, minister of music. 843-681-3696

TUESDAYS SEA PINES FARMERS MARKET PRESENTED BY LOWCOUNTRY PRODUCE 10AM-2PM Runs through December

NOAH’S ARKS RESCUE ADOPTION Whole Foods 11AM-2PM

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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST 2:00PM Hilton Head Preparatory Main Street Theatre www.hhprep.org

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THE PUBLIC ART EXHIBITION - December 15, Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn Open Daily, Free hhipublicart.org

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4 CAPITOL STEPS 8:00PM Arts Center of Coastal Carolina $58 all tickets artshhi.com

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24-25 THANKSGIVING WAGON RIDE Sea Pines Forest Preserve $15/adults and $10/children 12 and under. (843) 842-1979

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NAMI FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND BEACH WALK 10:00AM Coligny Plaza and Beach $20/ person

THE SECOND ANNUAL RUN FOR THE BRAVE
 8:00AM Palmetto Hall Clubhouse 5K Race palmettorunning company.com

14 FREDA PAYNE: A TRIBUTE TO ELLA FITZGERALD
 8:00PM Arts Center of Coastal Carolina $71 all tickets. www. Artshhi.com

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26 THANKSGIVING SCAVENGER HUNT Harbour Town 5:00PM $20/family (843) 842-1979

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SHELTER COVE HARBOUR PRESENTS MUSIC & TASTE ON THE HARBOUR 6-9 P.M. ;Dance the night away with live music, great food, casual waterfront dining palmettodunes.com.

25 10TH ANNIVERSARY BIRTHDAY BASH AT THE SANDBOX $5.00 for members, $10 per person thesandbox.org

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POOLSIDE MOVIE Harbour Town Pool April 1-15; 7:30pm 16/adult, $13/ child (ages 12 & younger) (843) 842-1979

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2015 TURKEY TROT Chart House 8:00AM Fun Walk,” 5K and 10K races (843) 681-7273

28 CARAMEL APPLE FESTIVAL Heritage Farm in Sea Pines caramel apples, games, crafts, and more! (843) 842-1979

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COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING DINNER Hudson’s 11 a.m.– 3 p.m 843.505.1370

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