Does anyone find it strange that Toni Zotto has been so quiet AFTER trashing Dr. Sheriden's career??? I was a client there for many years. The ONLY employee I had issues with was Ms. Zotto. Seemed she was angry that Dr. Sheriden was difficult to wake in the morning??? Hummmm leaves me to wonder what she was angry about.
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I was edited for length -- which happens to most everyone at one time or another -- but wish that they'd have concluded the last paragraph, which I think explains why Moredock's ire was raised. The rest of the letter read as follows:
While it is true that C.I. Schofield, one of the major originators of pre-millenial, pre...-trubulational Dispensationalism, was a contributor, Old Princetonian and post-millenialist B.B. Warfield was also a
contributor. Warfield's colleague at Princeton Seminary, Charles
Erdman, authored the essay on “The Coming of Christ” and took an
historically pre-millenial – but not Dispensational – tone.
Many of the Fundamentalists whom Mr. Moredock eschews – for instance,
Jerry Falwell – showed an appreciation for the cultural mandate that
contradicted their Dispensational views, founding schools and colleges
and seeking to articulate a distinctively Christian worldview that
applied faith to all of life to include the political sphere – Mr.
Moredock might well hope for some of the old-time pietism that sought
to withdraw from society!
[For the record, I'm an Anglican priest (hardly a group generally identified with Fudamentalism), who smokes (just finished an enjoyable bowl of pipe-tobacco as I'm typing this), drinks (especially dark beer and single-malt Scotch -- although I avoid doing so to excess), dances (perhaps not very well), and goes to concerts and movies -- thereby eschewing the separationism that has come to be identified with the term. I do not consider myself to be a Fundamentalist and never use the term to describe myself, although I do adhere without reservation to the five distinctives outlined above.] --CAC,Jr.+
The cucumber seems to be rotting on the vine due to disrespect and opposition of his own party. The Dems control the White House and BOTH houses of Congress. WTF.
we will try this Central BBQ n Summerville, but we lament the closing of JB's Smokeshack 2nd shop west of the Navy Base, however the original tiny family dining spot remains on Maybank far out on John's Island....eating good food with choice of sauce one add's at the table is my idea of excellence
I'm from Massachusetts and haven't ever had a chance to vote for a middle of the road or a conservative. Here you are able to vote for a Republican and you get a RINO, reminds me of Judge Sutter.
Adam Brunelle, did you actually read the article? Jack Hunter was making the exact same point you've made in your letter to the editor. Suggest you reread.
As a native Mount Pleasanter, I say, "Bravo Mr. Johnson, bravo!" I love the Mount Pleasant I grew up in. I loved Shem Creek the way it was! These people come into our town, they change our mayor, they clog up the traffic, they...just ruined Isle of Palms...and then they always want to tell us how to live. We were doing just fine before, isn't that why they moved down here to begin with? Assimilate, shut up, or get out!
The author makes a reasonable argument. However, college students and anyone else living outside their registered place of residence should vote via absentee ballot, convenient or not.
"Upset with how our tax money has been wasted, Americans hosted tea parties around the country. These protests saw angry and fed-up people waving placards and chanting accusations. In addition, many were seen in colonial costume to hearken the original Boston Tea Party. (Did they really want to be taken seriously?) While there are similarities, this is hardly a case of taxation without representation."
Are you basing your assumptions in reality? The whole message is that we have taxation, while the elected officials are representing the biggest contributing lobbyists. Hence, no representation of the people. We the people, no longer have a government for the people or by the people. As of right now the only difference between citizens and slaves is that slaves can't own guns. As soon as they find a way around that constitutional right then slaves we will be.
Stuart, if you call local character driving ten miles per hour below the speed limit, stopping at green lights, ignoring yield signs, STOPPING FOR NO REASON IN TRAFFIC or anything else I'd say your "local character" borders stupidity. It's not about north and south it's about getting to work or school on time. I can't tell my boss I'm late because of local character. Give me a break. I shouldn't have to leave an hour an a half ahead of time to get somewhere. I don't want to speed, I just want to go the speed limit. I am from the south and it drives me crazy. Some of these people should not be driving. If you are deciding to drive even slower, then you are becoming part of the problem. You probably don't have much to do during your day if you can afford to drive even slower.
I agree. But, let's start calling public schools what they really are: Government schools.
I do not think that people with out of state drivers liscenses should be voting in SC wheather they are in college or not.
The voter ID movement is not searching for a problem,it attempts to establish three principles of voting that most people want.
1) a voter should be alive at the moment that they are voting.
2) a voter should be legaly entitled to vote.
3) a voter should be voting for the first time in that election.
BigBadBob...you are a pinhead
Once again, the point of a slow pace is lost on someone who NEEDS stress to be happy. Telling local people to act more like foreign people is silly and unrealistic. MOVE to somewhere that you like. Moving somewhere that you don't like and then being mad because people will not change to appease YOU, is insanity.
It would be like me, moving to downtown Manhattan and cursing everyone for being in a hurry. That would be stupid.
When local people in Charleston point this out to you mindless pinheads, you immediately bring up the civil war (Were any of us alive then?,)politics (nothing to do with preferring a slow pace) and good ole boys. The medical community (good ole boys, maybe?) all agree that stress ages you and kills you quicker than almost all other evils. My choice is to slow down and experience less of it. Your choice is to rush head on into it. Is there a place where it would be OK with you if we did not run around with our hair on fire, going 90 in the slow lane?
dear stuart johnson. your letter clearly shows whats wrong with this so called areas local character. not only are you arogant in your delivery but you apparently forget what country you are in. anybody in this country has every right to move where ever they want and to also complain about what ever they choose. it's attitudes like yours that contribute to the corrupt governments in this area and the good old boy mentality that thrives. you might have held sway during the civil war days but now your just another good old boy who needs a zipper on his lips until he helps clean up the crud that prevails in the local governments in this area. although you most likely see nothing wrong with our local pols becomming millionares after being in office a few years,I do. so why not clean out the cobwebs that have infested your brain and do some studying(with your eyes open and your head out in the fresh air for a change. breath deeply and you'll smell the crud that fowls the areas neighborhoods. P.s. I moved here in 1970 and consider myself a southerner. if I would have met you or known you back then,maybe moscow might have been a better choice. have a good day.....bigbadbob1P
With 35 years in the F&B world and numerous encounters with most of the top chefs in this country , I feel somewhat qualified to respond to Drizzt's comments.
His personal opinion of the reviews is just that, his personal opinion and as such he is entitled to it.
On the other hand his opinion of Ken's cooking abilities lead me to believe that his F&B experience was formed in an elementary school cafeteria and has obviously not grown since.
Regardless of what any chef may feel personally towards Vedrinski as a person there is no "honest cook" who would question the quality of the food that he prepares. Most chefs that I know, and I know most chefs in this town, will wax poetic after having the pleasure of eating Ken's food.
As the late great Johnny Apple of the New York Times said to me "I have never had better anywhere including Milan". Mr. Apple spent 35 years writing about food and was considered in the industry one of the foremost gourmands in this country.
I, as numerous members of the F&B community, am thrilled to eat Vedrinski's food and urge Drizzt to try again and hopefully learn something about what great cooking is. Finally, if Vedrinski did buy pasta at Publix before, have you ever in your life seen anyone do such amazing things with a premade product?
Chef Vedrinski's letter is in response to a negative letter from a reader. The negative letter was in response to a positive review. Our reviewer Jeff Allen is aware of the problems facing restaurants during the first few weeks. But in this case, he was suitably impressed by the food at Trattoria Lucca to write a review within the first few weeks, which is a testament to the quality of the food at Lucca, in the reviewer's opinion.
In responce to Chef Verdrinski's letter, this is the second letter i have written in responce to a review on a restaurant within 2 weeks of opening.
It is just wrong and unfair.
It takes time to shake out the opening problems and there is so much at stake. The reviewer should know enough about the industry to know this.
We're a local company and were happy to be asked by the Charleston Green Fair to supply biodegradable banners for the event. The team members from the Asheville-based company who helped green the event with such professionalism were a great addition to what I know was an otherwise almost entirely local business base. Great first year event!
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