Free is good. Obama has killed Santa Claus for many kids whose parents can't afford the Affordable Heath Care Act. And even if he had not killed Santa Claus, the death panels would have done him in. Old Santa must have been over 200 years old.
sunday is the summerville christmas parade at 2 pm
don't forget lowcountry artist market on saturday for free at the music farm 10-3!
Should pick up Marlin Briscoe...
Wow! That is a wonderful rolling rack boutique! I know for sure that many women would love to get inside to that truck and find some good stuff. I will check on their online site maybe I could order some stuffs. Thanks for sharing this. -http://www.truckprodepot.com/
Bro, no way. You can't go off of traditional stats, as this is the best year he has ever had. Also, this is a pass happy league with the QB almost always scoring the most points. If you have Peyton, chances are good that you probably got him in late 1st round or second, when your drafted him, and that you also have a great RB. Combine the two of those factors together, and you have a solid team. Trading him would be asinine to say the least. Bad advice, brother, bad advice.
"Do we know if the original Denver left tackle will come back from his injury this year"? The answer to that one is no. Ryan Clady is done for the year. That being said, Broncos protected Peyton very well last night. I still think this is a very interesting idea. I don't know if I could pull the trigger, but if you are lean at WR and/or RB and can do a two for one deal, I'd certainly consider it.
Very interesting idea. Denver has done a fairly good job protecting him, considering he is basically immobile.
Do we know if the original Denver left tackle will come back from his injury this year. The one area of breakdown seems to be the left tackle replacement.
Even after your article...i can't find anyone in my leagues who is willing to trade Peyton, so it is moot for me.
It will be fun to watch and see how the rest of the year plays out.
Great idea. Good luck!
so yall at the city paper know that bangledeshi´s are being beaten in the street these days for protesting sweatshop and dangerous conditions working for H and M and the gap amongst others. The factory that collapsed with workers in side earlier this year, was a factory for making for these companies. so is the really good news. maybe an article should be written about boycotting these kinds of companies rather than promoting them.
Big Business Will Provide. No Worries.
Oh I get it. Since the "for profit" food industry is our only source of food, end that, end obesity through mass starvation.
The State will provide. no worries.
oh hai guyz what's going on in thread http://www.sickchirpse.com/wp-content/uplo…
I don't think that requires explanation.
"The for-profit food industry"?
Destroying the for-profit food industry would do more for childhood obesity than a thousand charity softball games.
Do you actually LIKE going out...or Halloween? This sounds like a grumpy senior citizen's review of the noisy, all-night rager next door.
I've had more exciting nights in Charleston by far. 20-person bubble fight in the Marion Square fountain--check (statute of limitations is up.) Go backstage with the band, get invited to private party--check. Show up to costume contest & upset the 3-time champions--check. And speaking of that, what about coverage of any of actual costume contests? Nooooo, because that's just the kind of thing people EXPECT! HA!
This article made me wish someone had poisoned my Halloween candy so I didn't have to read it.
Not exactly a Woodstock, but all in all, seems like everyone had a good time and no one got hurt. I'm making plans to attend disguised as the Invisible Man again next year!
and the P&C calls the party a success because there was ONLY one arrest and four citations.
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