i'm with little nell, bring us QUALITY ETHNIC RESTAURANTS!!! esp in MOUNT PLEASANT!!
i just can't help myself here. ford84, you give a one star review because of one incident when they lost your order?? get over yourself. unbelievable. next time you screw up at work i hope your boss posts a one star performance review of you on a public forum.
"we're not in the business of offending anybody". hmmm so why not stop alcohol sales altogether? i'm sure alcohol sales are offending someone. if i complain that your morbier smells like farts will you stop selling that too?
this was an incredible film. go see it now while the good folks at the terrace have it running.
i lived for four years in gainesville, florida before moving to charleston in 1998. i had reconnected with my 'biking past' in gainesville due to the abundance of bike lanes, bike paths and mountain biking trails in and around the city. biking to work almost every morning was an exhilarating start to my day that is sorely missed. the stress reduction of a ride home after work in addition to all the benefits of being in decent shape cannot be overstated.
i now do 'fitness' rides through local neighborhoods while dodging speeding motorists in suvs on cell phones. i am nothing but a hassle to many of these people as i shave a second or two off their commute time and some don't hesitate to show it. and no, i'm not one of those daredevils taking up a lane of traffic. i ride the sidewalks and shoulders when i can and seek routes with lots of them...but...there just aren't many.
anyway, i just can't help but feel that if there were more bikes lanes and dedicated greenways/bike paths that many more folks would reconnect to their 'biking past'. build them and they will come...just look at all the people using the bike/pedestrian lanes on the bridge. we almost didn't have that, right?
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