I really like the spot. They have great food and a terrific atmosphere.
That's absolutely the wrong reason.
I get paid nothing for my non-work at the fake non-profit, sir.
I have the same question for all "non-profits".
How much is your CEO paid?
At this point, I'd like to point out that my fake non-profit (The Foundation for Doing) has not received a single donation since its inception. We also have not asked for any.
Honestly, there's no "us", either. The whole thing was a single parody newsletter I wrote years ago.
I'd tell you where to go for more information, but that would require effort.
Be nice if someone in the media asked Cyrus a direct question about finances or requested an annual report. Something like, "What were your gross receipts by year for 2009 thru 2012". A non profit shouldn't bat an eye at providing this information if their finances are in order.
Cyrus told me he and Andrew are paid $40K a year each with gross receipts of around $120K. The post card Cyrus links to is for organizations with gross receipts under $50K ($25K if before 2010).
I'm guessing receipts ramped up over the years but then again how is anyone supposed to know if they won't be transparent?
Useless comment from an apathetic asshole....maybe you should stop hiding behind your computer screen and contribute something to society like that "dumb 19 year old intern" does. Get a life.
All I know is, it's important to have millions of dollars directed toward intangible commodities instead of actually helping people. Who cares about the homeless and hungry? I need to see a state-subsidized version of A Midsummer Night's Dream performed by bumpkins from Beaufort.
The Charleston Waterkeeper does not care about your water, it is a fund raising organization. They raise funds to pay for all things fabulous...The Water Ball, Oyster Roasts, boats that don't get used, the lawyer that poses as their water quality expert, the high rent office space at the Maritime Center. They even have other people raise money for them (Half-Moon Outfitters is a common victim). I have known of this organization since it began in Charleston, but have seen very little effort to keep our waterways clean. What is even more startling is that there are no water quality results, no pictures of this dedicated team cleaning up our waterways, and no summaries of past initiatives on their website. This organization has the awesome opportunity to bring together the community for clean-ups and citizen water quality monitoring. Unfortunately, I don't ever see this happening. In the past they have been invited to collaborate with Agencies and other environmental organizations, but are just not interested. I am not one bit surprised of this news. It's about time that Charleston hears about the shell corporation that is Charleston Waterkeeper.
Your "end of story" is moot, as it follows all my "end of story"s...
End. Of. Story.
You "personal liberty" folks are being pretty slow on the draw here.
Oh, that's right: property rights trump privacy rights, which is why you aren't concerned about ALPR....
Or the City of Charleston.
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Sorry, as usual, wrong.
End of story.
The Mayor is deluded as is the current chief of police. Did these geniuses not speculate the rise of tourism is part of the problem and not solely those CoC students? The City needs to have officers at every apartment/multifamily housing unit like in West Ashley with this weekends current shootings. Charleston may be praised by Conde Naste for the tourists but it's a far from perfect for the residents who live beyond the peninsula.
Buffum is a snake oil salesman
Artrogue, at what points, other than being black, does Sen. Scott diverge from Tea Party orthodoxy?
The buses look great. Some of the stops on this route desperately need shelters and benches. Looking forward to this route becoming a vital part of the CARTA system. CARTA also had this new route on Google Tranist and Bus Tracker on the first day of operation, which is a lot more complicated to do than you think.
No one ever managed to explain to me how, after the SC Arts Commission was taken out of the budget by the governor, and then put back into the budget by the Legislature, it was then not funded because the money was supposed to come out of the budget surplus, which didn't actually exist in the first place.....
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