went there for the first time. Excelent food, good portions, very fresh, good service and a very intersting atmosphere. definately recommend it.
Keynsian economics calls for spending increases in hard times and spending cuts in good times. Supply side calls for spending cuts in good or bad times.
The american way is to increase in good times and increase in bad times and let the next generation sort it all out.
The writer of this article seems to be living in a fantasy world. you cannot seriously expect government spending alone to be sustainable. there has to be something to tax or it will lead to hyperinflation.
Very few people know or care who these people are. With the challenges facing us today it is just sad that so much writing would go into long settled disputes.
Mr. Moredock may be describing himself and the individuals he chose to hang out with. It may say more about him than an entire industry that he holds responcible for the binge drinking that caused these fatalities without data to support the idea that dui is more common among hospitality workers than the general population.
I find it ironic that Mr. Moredock says their are too many people here. I know how he could reduce the population by one.
You use the word us a lot but you dont seem to be one of us. you slander people casualy projecting your view of things on others.
You take the high road and critizise people for living in the past as you work hard to stoke the flames.
It's a true shame that your previous community lost the advantage of your presence.
All the fried chicken at the Okra Grill is pressure fried in a pressure cooker. anyone doubts it, come in the kitchen and see for yourself.
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