To be fair to matastrophe, what he said in an earlier article's comment section about this fiasco sums it up:
I know, man. That's part of the problem.
Yet when one asks any employee there if they receive electronic gratuities, they ALL say that they don't; that it goes to management. Anyone: try it if you don't believe me. It seems like you have now, Ima.
yep, when you can't think of anything original, cite somebody else
never seen anyone at EBD with enough ambition to pursue it prong
It's not as good as Kate Moss looking at me from the current David Yurman billboard on the westbound side.
Regardless, it's funny!
ummm, I'm at the computer maybe 2 hours a day, how much time do you spend chasing Pokemon and other video games? And isn't it more, more sad that people are sitting in front of their computers complaining about people complaining about people...
Dear Nathan and Eva, I really like to watch your movies and I enjoy listening to your music. I wish you could come to Holland and performe here in the Netherlands....i am almost sure that is going to happen. ThAnks. Jan Hofman Holland
Kimpson, by-and-large, is entirely acceptable; that's the difference between him and Dwayne, ESQ.
Dwayne Green always has a transparent and self-serving agenda.
Plus, he has vanity plates that read "ESQ". What does that tell you about the man?
We don't care about your real estate, Jeff Cook.
You've hit the big time, though: a real estate agent on a billboard? Next thing we know, you'll be spending your hard-earned on a fucking Tag Heuer watch.
Jeff Cook uses the big billboards cause he's gonna be Charleston's Donald Trump
OK, so I read the Kimpson op-ed piece and here's my question:
Does Dwayne Green write Kimpson's stuff or does Kimpson write Greens?
"Bear E. Patch Cafe and Gene's Haufbrau are the latest two restaurants reportedly fighting lawsuits filed over the popular restaurants' tipping practices. Source: P&C"
Next up: East Bay Deli.
Your flummoxing vagaries and subsequent silence only serve to justify the reason for a boycott, Mr. Fleming.
wow this sucks
Lee, sometimes you seem to know some things. Not many things, but at least a few things. Then you write stuff like that and I have to facepalm.
SC, via the duly elected representatives in our state legislature, voted to secede from the USA, thus becoming a sovereign nation, separate from the USA. At that time we were the Republic of South Carolina (our present state flag was originally created as the flag of the new nation) and then later became a part of the CSA when other states followed our lead. The USA invaded and the CSA was conquered.
Meanwhile BLM is a violent and racist movement openly motivating some black Americans to murder police, preferably white police. They're closest proxy is the KKK, though I am not aware of any KKK affiliated murders in recent decades. Nor am I aware of any BLM members who are or were US Senators, like Hillary's KKK buddy Senator Byrd (D).
But yeah, to repeat, if BLM or the KKK takes over control of the USA I am sure they will be heroes. Do you disagree?
'Mat - "You ever read much about the colonial revolution against Great Britain?"
Yes! I have. The lesson, from then to Turkey this week and every revolution in between, is that if you win you're a hero and if you lose you are traitor and might get hung.
If BLM can win, then they will be heroes'
Pretty cavalier opinion from someone that values the memory of the confederacy so dearly.
What, I wonder, could be the defining difference between BLM and Secesh?
yeah, cause who cares about the tenants?
"revitalize West Ashley"
West Ashley was "vital" when it's business community reflected what the local consumers wanted, that's how things work.
You have a centralized population, businesses spring up to capitalize on it, it's a symbiotic relationship. Then the population mass begins to shift to a new area, and that one becomes more "vital." What has happened in West Ashley is the demographic that was courted by local businesses has moved and there is now a mismatch between WA residents and businesses. The best way to revitalize is to attract businesses that service the current population, not the one that lived there 30 years ago, otherwise WA is going to end up looking like Rivers Ave from 526 up to Trident Tech.
Now, if you're talking "revitalize" like Avondale, I would argue that Avondale is not "Vital", just popular. Vital would imply that the majority of the customers for VooDoo, Triangle, Mellow Mushroom, etal. all live in the Avondale community. I would believe that on any given Friday or Saturday night the vast majority of the patrons live somewhere other than Avondale, and the majority of the profit takers as well. I may be wrong and wouldn't mind seeing facts to show that, but until something concrete is shown, Popular not Vital.
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