Pizza parlors laundered drug money for the mob.
Oh puhleez.....quit trying to defend your personal agenda with any taken out of context quote and example you can find. Really funny that "the holy city" paper allowed this drivel to be published....at least now I won't feel bad lining the bottom of the bird cage with it....
The mafia once used pizza parlors as currency?
"We cannot fault Disney too much for putting profit over making a social statement."
Yes. Yes we can.
not happy! cant believe how short it was hour and a half???????????? what the hell?? and 60$$$$$$$ hell no!!!!! not happy!!!
Chris, I don't see anywhere in Wolverton's article it mentioning that players wear bracelets with scripture or write scripture on their wrist to curry favor with God. It seems that you are speculating as to why they wear it. In the future you might want to consider interviewing the players about why they wear scripture verses on their gear, instead of writing why you think they wear it.
The truth is often difficult to digest, which is perhaps what makes it so crucial. And this column is loaded with truth.
In any art form or field, and perhaps ESPECIALLY in architecture, it makes no sense to rule out or shun any approach. The denial of traditional architecture's values only introduces problems rather than advancing the field or the project toward solutions.
Excellent article. Very insightful. We cannot fault Disney too much for putting profit over making a social statement. They are a business. Overall, they do well balancing mass appeal and meaningful themes. But your article deftly raised the question of whether they have swung too far toward the former. Thanks for a thoughtful article.
Great article. I wonder which neighborhood is going to be next? I am thinking about moving from DC to Charleston to be closer to my sister.
an error occurred...what did you do route it through healthcare.gov?
it is the most powerful kind of hoax...one that reflects the reality in front of our eyes.
Quote of the week: ""Bitcoin and the disruptive movement it represents is a great example of the innovation and risk-taking we celebrate at Dig South." - Stanfield Gray
Disruptive movement? Seriously? Your naivety astounds me.
Disruptive movement tactics frequently include violence and vandalism. You do know that Mr. Gray?
Bitcoins are to the criminal class (gun runners, child porn purveyors) what pizza parlors once were to the mafia. Good luck with that crowd.
At the minimum it seems a city and a mayor that strongly support smoking bans would insist on clean electric shore power which is the industry standard in places like Miami.
There are several alternative healthcare plans put forward by republicans ...if you did some research before you drew your cartoons you might find another more worthy subject.
The minute you advertise a taco for $5.00, you have lost me. There is no way you can justify that price. Do they have fresh tuna, Kobe beef, and porterhouse steak in them? Don't be surprised if they go under real fast, like so many wanna be restaurants do in this town.
Why the bitching over the cruise ships as "ugly, polluting, bringing foreigners in to the city". Well, we have had huge cargo ships for decades. And the folks they bring ashore are only a handful of crew. They spew pollution, "uglify" the waterfront, yet they contribute greatly to the tax base. So do the tourists we have by the millions each year. IF the SPA will agree to the already limit of 2-3 per week, for only a short amount of weeks each year, I don't see the fuss being worth it all. The SPA will get what they want, as they always do. Enjoy the tourists paying for a lot of the things we would otherwise have to pay out of our taxes.
i would rather go to Zia Taqueria on james island... bacco in mtp is awesome, as is coleman pub house!! i
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