Enjoy your local oysters harvested from 70 degree water right after weeks of heavy rainfall. By all means, gorge yourself.
D'Al's caprese sandwich is good.
Scott Fitzgerald wrote the novel with Real 3-D™ in mind.
I know a lot of people don't want to hear it, but we're dealing in facts.
Jack Hunter will be opening a new Fiero customization store, Jack Hunter's Fiero Shoppe, in North Charleston.
Are the children open to eating veggie burgers?
Any news about the veggie burgers?
Jack Hunter auditioned for this.
Can they please bring them to Harris Teeter, the actual Bull Street Gourmet, or 2 Brothers, as that would be more convenient for me?
Pulled some oysters out from the sound last week and they were fan...gah...wait...IM....IM TURING INTO A ZOMBIE!!! MUST EAT BRAINS!!! Oh, Im on a comment board? Shit, Im going to starve
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"This comments section is for CCP readers to express their opinions, even if they counter that of the reviewer."
So you feel strongly enough for this place to attack criticism, but are too lazy to actually spend 5 minutes to review the place. Reviews carry more weight than random bitching.
"BTW, if you're still eating local oysters in May, well, good luck with that."
Sure, cause the minute it hits May 1st, all the oysters instantly taste horrible.
Ya know, the month has nothing to do with it. It all has to do with the water temp, which is why they shorten or extend the season accordingly. This year was cooler, so they allow harvesting into May. Core spawning doesn't begin until water temps hit 70. I wasn't saying this place has to carry local oyster right now, anyways. My point was that you could still get them, and that Gulf oysters are boring.
"food producers work hard to produce safe food, not because the government mandates it, but because killing your customers with tainted food is the quickest way to go out of business."
Clearly unfamiliar with the state of US food production before regulation. History, not even once.
Luckyduck, you pose a good question. I am as southern as it gets and I sort of understand but It's very hard to explain. Sort of like St. Paul's doctrine of FAITH: it takes faith to have faith. A class thing and you probably wouldn't understand. Age old snob-class effect.
I think a great example of effective regulation is that from the FAA and NTSB of the commercial airline industry. Isn't it absolutely remarkable that with tens of thousands of domestic flights every day that there hasn't been a single fatality on a commercial flight in more than four years? We can manage to hurtle millions of these incredibly complex machines through the air at nearly 500 mph and yet not a single person dies in four years? The feat is almost entirely thanks to our government having meticulously examined every single incident involving commercial aircraft since the beginning of modern air travel. Imagine how expensive these sorts of investigations are. They involve hundreds or thousands of experts and often many years to conclude. We pay for these with tax dollars because they contribute to the public good. But upon concluding the cause of an accident, what's the next step?
Do you like the idea of flying on a plane that crashed last year due to a mechanical problem that still hasn't been fixed? If it was simply left up to the private industry to do what they want with the information, they would likely do a cost-benefit analysis to see whether they want to immediately fix the issue or maybe wait until the next maintenance cycle for their planes. Some companies may choose to ignore the information entirely. Just too expensive to fix it...worth the risk. Every time you fly, if you want to maximize your chances at survival, you'd have to research which airlines followed a good maintenance schedule before deciding on a carrier. Where would you find the maintenance records for each carrier? They of course wouldn't publicize them. The natural solution is for the federal government to create a regulation that requires all commercial air carriers fix the problem within a reasonable amount of time. There are now thousands and thousands of rules that regulate the behavior of air carriers. These are why we are blessed with the privilege of flying across this great country in less than six hours without even thinking twice about whether we're going to be in one piece upon arrival.
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