Are the children open to eating veggie burgers?
Mat, "history is dead" is a bit vague. Where u going with this? Think you are in the wrong town to besmirch any historic societies, or preservation efforts.
4 million tourists a year leave their money here, u think they r coming for the f4ckin aquarium?
BTW Mt Pleasant has no mountain, and the pleasant part is debatable.
And as the saying goes "Those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it."
haha... troll much?
A growing trend, that is a friendly approach to empowering youth. So "talked at", for so many years, children were afraid of "healthy" and "good for you. Our garden and nutrition programming, has attracted more and more youth than ever before, interesting in growing and becoming "Peer Educators". I love any form of it. You may not have the top bucks to do this however, something as simple as a window box, can empower!
History is dead.
"Spending more money on the dead is less for the living."
Huh?? The structure is being preserved for the living. It's called the "Preservation Society", that's what they usually spend their money on. I'm sorry, but I still don't understand your comment.
Magnolia is a beautiful place. Always been one of our cities' hidden gems. btw its in the neck !!!
I guess we should never spend any money on historical sites. Let Fort Sumter sink into the harbor, no one wants to see that now do they?
Eating healthy is all well and good but what about exercise.
Yeah, Fat Catastrophe! The more people people who die, the more jobs we can create! Study it out!
I'm pretty sure living people will be receiving money for their labors to preserve the historic architecture.
This may be true about the products in this study but we distribute "green" products to The Citadel and many other schools, businesses, towns, etc. that truly are Green, products such as Bio-Based Ultimate Biodegradable Bar & Chain Oil, Bio-Based 2-Cycle Oil, Ultimate Biodegradable Car Wash, etc. Our company is AutoBeGreen and all of our products are the real "green" deal! Practical and affordable "green"! To learn more about us and our products, check out www.AutoBeGreen.com
After having a better understanding of Takeover and the good it has brought to the community through charity, I rescind my previous comment. Furthermore, I support any effort that can bring together everyone in positive ways like Takeover.
Spending more money on the dead is less for the living.
Great bar, until a couple years ago.
Security (and the interior layout) never
seemed up to par for the types of events
it hosted and the number of people jammed
inside at times. And, "Plan B"... hated the
name as soon as they took it on. TERRIBLE!
Fantastic article. Great to know that this is happening in our community. Funding something liket this makes a lot more sense than throwing money at a political campaign. I hope all the donors to our recent special election for District 1 will consider supporting the Children's Garden Project as liberally as they supported their respective candidates.
This is why I do all of my brawling and drug dealing at the Coat Hanger Club.
A club named after the morning-after pill failed? Who could've seen that coming...
The whole shopping center is a dump. Close the whole thing.
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