The food has always been great at Finz. I have been going there since they opened and found the food exceptional. The portions were really big too. Try the grouper Poboy!
Interesting. I have two black guys in their 40's who live beside me on either side from the same neighborhood with the same opportunities. One of them has already retired from one engineering job, and is working as a highly respected mechanic. He owns his home home and lives well. The other guy never got any education, he uses drugs, and he steals from others and his employers. He would be homeless, but his sister who works, allows him to stay with her.
Seems to me hardwork means a lot more in terms of success than skin color.
FYI all US ports are completly open to the Chinese.
Mayors don't "open ports"
Mr Green, I guess we are so lucky to have a Mayor who has overseen huge reductions in the minority population like yourself on the penninsula. Check the census for yourself.
Great job with the fire department he touted for years as the best in the entire US until that was proven a complete sham, the department was 20years behind the times and embarrassing reports were supressed. One of the worst losses of life for firemen since 911!
Great job fixing the flooding problems and the wonderful third world roads we drive on. Infrastructure counts!
Apparently no one in the last 36 years ever would have built anything or started any businesses without the Mayor.
My guess is Mr Green will run for Mayor?
Is this an add for the Riley Campaign?
"I choose to be a common man. It is not my right to be uncommon. If I can seek security, not opportunity, I do not want to take the calculated risk to dream and to build, to fail and to succeed. I prfer to barter incentive for dole. I prefer guaranteed security to the challenges of life , the state of calm utopia to the thrill of fulfillment. I will trade freedom for beneficence, a handout for my dignity. I will cower before any master, except my God. It is not my heritage to stand erect, proud, and unafraid: I do not think and act for myself, enjoy the benefit of my creations, and to face the whole world boldly and say, 'I am a unfree American.' " —Republican Creed
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