So what if the government is allowed to monitor how news is gathered, then what? As if the government has better news judgement than journalist? And with all of the media outlets available now you're worried about people getting what you think is the proper information. If what is said is true does the government then force these news organizations to carry the news they(Mr Catastrophe) feels that is important? Then as what usually happens when government gets involved, no one will watch the news anyway. And remember to paraphrase George Washington, Government is force. All private media outlets like all private businesses are driven by the market, that's how they survive. Yep just like Obamacare, IRS, etc..that's all we need Government monitoring how the news is gathered.
I must admit, this caster dr.marnish is real. i called dr.marnish +15036626930 when my boyfriend departed from me. but since my boyfriend came back I definitely believe firstname.lastname@example.org is real
Not so sure where the 93K comes from. At 4.5% that buys you a 425k house. If you are looking at the median price which removes the affect of outliers such as very large and expensive properties the average price in Charleston is $250k. It has always been expensive to live in the desirable parts of down town unless you got lucky and stumbled onto a steal.
It should also be noted that many of these "high-end" taco purveyors also breach the unspoken Mexican restaurant social compact: free chips & salsa. Deviate at your peril.
Not to worry. Riley is having all you worker bees moved out of downtown and into new apartments on James Island. There are no traffic problems over here.
"What a pretentious bunch of nonsense. Brown Water. Sigh. Is the unkempt beard and hipster look now a requirement to drink bourbon, too? Drink your bourbon like man - alone and angry."
5 people in that picture are beardless.
And Zia is on James, not WA.
Passing by Scratch every day, I have to laugh. Speculation was huge on the place before it opened. My girlfriend and I waited almost an hour the opening weekend, finally just ordering a beer and going elsewhere. Word quickly spread, apparently, as now - I've watched their parking lot turn into a desolate wasteland. Then, they started advertising breakfast/brunch on the weekends, and later added breakfast during the week. Unfortunately, I'm at work by then, so don't get to see the overflowing parking lot, people cramming the door to get a breakfast taco - I'm sure it's a sight to see though. In the case that I'm wrong, and the breakfast thing isn't working out for them - chalk up scratch to the same fate as Abe's Oyster Hut, the previous pizza place and whatever was there before those two. Face it - the upscale "taco boutique" was just a flash in the pan. I give it 3 months before Scratch is shuddered and hopefully something a little more "average" is in its place.
But, if the restaurant is going to call a server in for a short shift and not give them the opportunity to make the money they normally would they should pay them more. Don't ask patrons to tip extra because the restaurant is giving them a short shift. You tip extra because of exceptional service, not because the restaurant is screwing your server over.
Nobody is watching this show- the Neilsen ratings out for the "premiere" show less than 1 million viewers, that's a 0.5% rating, meaning half of 1 percent of TV viewers watched it. So quit talking about it, nobody else in the rest of the country is evidently.
I have always understood it to be that, unless explicitly stated otherwise, you're paying for the food and drinks in the ticket price, and the tip is the same as any other time you go out. If you don't want to tip because it is an expensive event, then don't go. And no, I don't work in F&B.
I would think that for the $175 a head that they are charging that the restaurants could pay a higher wage for a single seating.
It is also not fair to do a direct comparison without saying what size they all are. Taco Spot tacos are very large and stuffed full. It has been a while since I have been to Basico but the last time I tried them they were very tasty but also very tiny.
What a pretentious bunch of nonsense. Brown Water. Sigh. Is the unkempt beard and hipster look now a requirement to drink bourbon, too? Drink your bourbon like man - alone and angry.
Hahahaha. Shep would be funny as shit if he were a young brosef in his early twenties. In your thirties however, its really time to step away from T-Rav and Shep's excellent adventure show. I also think that the Shepster is not as stupid as he would lead us to believe. Perhaps the Shemp (yes a perfect nickname) needs to get a smarter group of friends so he does not get dumbed down further. His family should swoop down and save him from the CODAWP, thats the cult of dumb ass white people.
As for all the ridiculous misquotes - they should fire the sloppy writers who pen their scripted lines.
But, what I really, really want is for Whitney's Mom and her "Butler" to have their own show called "Geriatric Mean Girls". I would so watch that show no matter what time zone I happened to be in.
Juanita's (at least in Mt. P) does $6 for 2 tacos and a PBR (or soft drink)... so the $3/taco includes a beer. Thank you for keeping it reasonable, Juanita's!
Pedestrians and cyclists are already paying for this, it's called taxes! The gas tax only pays for a small percentage of road upkeep and construction.
I realize that you're going to cop out and say you were just being cheeky, and if that's the case, then your cheeks are full of shit.
You know full well the City Paper doesn't discriminate against any group. We welcome many voices — even Republicans. Sometimes even the batshit crazy ones.
While we do not currently have a African-American or Latino staff writer or columnist, it's clearly worth reminding you that over the years Dwayne Green, Clay Middleton, and Kwadjo Campbell have been regular columnists for us. We've also regularly used Joy Vandervort-Cobb and Dr. O, among others. The first three, I personally sought out.
Though the birthright citizenship interpretation of the 14th Amendment seems wrong to me, it's the present law of the land.
So, children born in SC are citizens and should get in state tuition. And their patents should be deported and proceed through our lawful immigration process (which is really convoluted and fucked up and in need of an overhaul).
The Jewish and Catholic races must be very offended.
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