It's a pity that everyone with access to a keyboard and the internet fancies herself a writer. Bless her heart.
Ugh, FINALLY! A tablecloth reviewer! I've been saying it for years, "When will the City Paper start covering the fascinating world of event tablecloths?" I am simply riveted by this writer's groundbreaking report.
Football games have a first half and a second half, my dear. Plays have acts. And if you were indeed as snarky as your article indicates, I'm sure the hard working actors on stage were glad to see you go. I'll let someone else comment on your spelling skills...
The link for the Pawrade is a 404... can you fix that? http://www.kreweofcharles2.com/pet-pawrade…
The Independence Fund is a wonderful organization which helps our wounded heroes. Bill O'Reiley, actor; Gary Sinese, and the founder; Steven Luker are angels on our sides. Palm Key is a pretty place at first. Palm Key is nestled in a quiet retirement community. If you want to have a month of complete solitude, Palm Key is the rite place for you. There are no televisions to watch, or any type of entertainment to keep your mind occupied. Unfortunately, the organization's manager; retired/wounded Sergeants Major Jesse Acosta, is trying to run the "IndyFund" as if it is an Army Battalion. Unfortunately, Mr. Acosta lost his vision while under fire in Iraq. He has banned all veterans who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol to Palm Key for the hyperbaric treatments, the Independence Fund is offering to wounded veterans. It is unfortunate that through Mr. Acosta, the Independence Fund will be labeled "a discriminatory veteran organization." While Mr. Acosta was in Tucson on "IndyFund" business, I offered to take him to the airport and assist him through TSA. As I was checking him in to his airline carrier, one of the airline employees was trying to get an infant who had 2 weeks left to live to the front of the line. I was startled when Mr. Acosta yelled at the airline employee that he was wounded and "blown up" and he was more important than the crying child. Mr. Acosta then asked me how I felt about how he handled it.
Bummer. Thanks, Timmons. Fixed.
Palmetto event *just* got canceled due to weather.
Oysters on the Point was canceled due to rain. :( They've rescheduled to March 1st. Also, the Mardi Gras link isn't working.
Your parents must be very proud of you!
BTW, what's the diff between you and a middle-aged person 'enjoying " themselves?????
Saw a dude pissing on a sidewalk last night. Stay classy, Charleston.
For those who don't want to break the bank, check out Boone's Bar on King St. I just bought a ticket for $20! They have all of the fun "NYE" gimmicks (food and champagne) included plus a good band until midnight and a DJ after that. Sounds good for the price.
why is this article always posted on tuesday when it includes monday events?
Free is good. Obama has killed Santa Claus for many kids whose parents can't afford the Affordable Heath Care Act. And even if he had not killed Santa Claus, the death panels would have done him in. Old Santa must have been over 200 years old.
sunday is the summerville christmas parade at 2 pm
don't forget lowcountry artist market on saturday for free at the music farm 10-3!
Should pick up Marlin Briscoe...
Wow! That is a wonderful rolling rack boutique! I know for sure that many women would love to get inside to that truck and find some good stuff. I will check on their online site maybe I could order some stuffs. Thanks for sharing this. -http://www.truckprodepot.com/
Bro, no way. You can't go off of traditional stats, as this is the best year he has ever had. Also, this is a pass happy league with the QB almost always scoring the most points. If you have Peyton, chances are good that you probably got him in late 1st round or second, when your drafted him, and that you also have a great RB. Combine the two of those factors together, and you have a solid team. Trading him would be asinine to say the least. Bad advice, brother, bad advice.
"Do we know if the original Denver left tackle will come back from his injury this year"? The answer to that one is no. Ryan Clady is done for the year. That being said, Broncos protected Peyton very well last night. I still think this is a very interesting idea. I don't know if I could pull the trigger, but if you are lean at WR and/or RB and can do a two for one deal, I'd certainly consider it.
Very interesting idea. Denver has done a fairly good job protecting him, considering he is basically immobile.
Do we know if the original Denver left tackle will come back from his injury this year. The one area of breakdown seems to be the left tackle replacement.
Even after your article...i can't find anyone in my leagues who is willing to trade Peyton, so it is moot for me.
It will be fun to watch and see how the rest of the year plays out.
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