I guess some places will do anything to convince their workers they aren't still just wage-slaves on the factory floor.
Y'all should add the Charleston Regional Development Alliance...even though it's just a nonprofit with 9-10 people and all of the money is donated from local business or government and is meant to add jobs in the tri-county area, it's super swanky and brand new, huge flatscreens, waterfront views, porches on the ashley river, and three huge conference rooms...
Thanks City Paper. And great catching all the details from our BI office.
Some of those are trippy.
I am going to polish my resume.
Blue Ion offices are amazing!
Looks like you are just copying California
That looks like some of local furniture maker Michael James Moran's beautiful work at Fuzzco.
Very cool. Makes me wish I'd gone into tech, afterall!
Thank you for featuring us - We're on a list with some amazing offices & people!
We are Folly Beach lovers and have been vacationing here for years. This ban will completely detour us and send us elsewhere. That's so sad to say considering we just started looking for a second home their. You can not ban something so significant from the beach without consequences. Put restrictions in place but not a ban. It will hurt businesses overall and Folly Beaches economy.
And a little while later, this...http://youtu.be/pIYwN12sxws
Just heard this on Sullivan's Island! http://youtu.be/t4h5TVxPQnU
Am I wrong, shouldn't it be "distance" in the headline?
Side note: I have great difficulty finding shark teeth on the beach. I've never found one.
Compared to the shark, humans are pretty new to the environment. They're better adapted to eat other things. Alligators are the same way.
Yes only deer but it's been awhile as you can see by the date on this video. http://youtu.be/-wJFEgDAkeI
Are deer the only ungulates you have footage of, Stanford Kirshstein?
"When you see a homeowner posing with a large 75 pound dog claiming fear of an animal slightly larger than a large raccoon skepticism is in order."
If given the chance, a couple of small coyotes could take out that 75 pound golden retriever in short order. One will engage the dog head on while the other approaches from behind and hamstrings him. Literally. They're devious little bastards.
Hard to feel pity for folks living on front beach Sullivan's, but you folks have your work cut out for you with this one. Probably karma for all that whimpering about coastal accretion when other local beaches are washing away.
I actually had a fence put up in September because of this. It's not a solution, though, because coyotes can scale 6 foot fences or dig underneath but it's a deterrent at least and it keeps Zooey in the yard. Thanks! And yes I think she did know all along.
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