Here are the 20 most unspoken phrases in Charlotte:
• What we should do is replace the guy running the airport with a 12-member board.
• Monroe sure would be a lot prettier with a couple more strip shopping centers on U.S. 74.
• I cant wait for the summer thunderstorm alerts to begin on TV.
• Since the Panthers never disappoint us, we shouldnt disappoint them.
• Theres no need to rush those property tax refunds. When I underpay, the county always gives me plenty of time to get square.
• Landing Chiquita certainly has raised the citys profile.
• Yes, it was painful when my whole division got laid off, but I was happy with what it did for the stock price.
• Its always so cool when my car turns green with pollen.
• Who would have ever thought that Duke Energys $10 million credit line for the Democratic convention could end badly?
• Having a nationally renowned university system is way overrated. Youll see.
• Im going to make a killing by renting out my house when we get the Olympics.
• This honor-system thing for Lynx fares seems to be going well.
• Despite how much we gouge tourists with taxes, its just amazing how many you still see around town.
• Its good the legislature is interested in taking over so many municipal duties, given its successes with roads, education and mental health.
• Commuters in Lake Norman have nothing to whine about. Their I-77 tolls are only going to last 50 years.
• Its so cute when people sit at green lights texting away.
• Whos Danica Patrick?
• I sort of miss a dysfunctional school board.
• Ive figured out a quick, painless route to Myrtle Beach.
• Hospital executives deserve every cent.
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