The link to Shuler's website is gone.
"Once again, the Government has shut down a useful entrepreneur."
OK, let's stop right here. This isn't "government" doing anything except what some private developer wants done. Period.
You want better government? End the collusion between government and business.
"...and bike taxi drivers who can't answer the question, "Is that Rainbow Row," or be fined $1,000.00."
That's bullshit, and you know it. Bike taxi drivers can answer questions. What they are not allowed to do is meander all over the city and give a tour.
These folks are still asking for too little, too late.
"If the minimum wage had simply tracked U.S. productivity gains since 1968, it would be $21.72 an hour -- three times what it is now."
Once again, the Government has shut down a useful entrepreneur. This is a sad loss, but Joe wants more hotels, in-the-way bike rentals that nobody will use, early closing bars while begging the world's tourists to come here, and bike taxi drivers who can't answer the question, "Is that Rainbow Row," or be fined $1,000.00. Let's hope that Vegetable Bin.1 opens and provides Mr. Leonard free vegetables for life.
Doubt too many locals will venture all the way down East Bay where the tourists have taken over.
If one agrees that in biblical times marriage was between a man and woman, what leads you to believe that aspect changed when govt. started endorsing marriage (the legal aspect you seem to endorse)?
Moreover, why do you think you have a right to marry any you wish? Are the rights of siblings or, in may cases, first cousins infringed upon when govt. bans their marrying? Are the rights of polygamists infringed upon when govt. discriminates against them?
What, tupper, is a marriage?
What about the gay men and women who live in Charleston now? If it weren't for people like John Jenrette, that great house with the Chinese Chippendale decoration on East Bay Street wouldn't be there...nor many other beautiful houses all over the country. And he is far from being the only prominent gay man who has/is playing a part in present-day Charleston. Dozens of man and women have been at the heart of making Charleston a destination for folks who love art and music, gardens and houses, and they are an important part of the city's history. Why the seemingly arbitrary cut-off at mid-20th century?
Will they wash my walls?
Yes, companies and caring workers like Dana, and he is a professional, who provide these kind of services are indispensable and invisible until we need them.
Nofaith is right. Just what the chuck needs, yet another overpriced Mexican place. We are only impressed if they do real Mexican street food at real Mexican street prices
McDonalds has contributed to many evils of the world (obesity, heart disease, diabetes, factory farming, environmental destruction, just to name a few); however, the amount of money McDonalds pays its employees is not a salient issue in comparison. They will all be replaced by robots/computers in a few years anyway.
Heaven. Peanut oil hopefully!
I just don't get it....Mellow isn't very good....
Street food played out like gastronomy. Maybe u should open a bahn-mi place....
Cool - another place to get small quantities of cheap ingredients for a very high markup!
Yey! I am so happy about this!!! The Johns Island "30-something" has beeb praying for a cool bar on the Island. And the Moose..what?! Live music, too..yes!!
Wow, Mexican wrestling masks...doesn't Cha-Cha's already have that theme covered?
Proper Fish & Chips, yes please! And maybe a fried Mars bar too!
I don't know about you, but my "big night out of drinking" usually doesn't end at 8 PM.
Not a job for everybody, but these people bring great relief to the people they help.
Love it. thanks for sharing.
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