a friend and I happened upon Bombay Restaurant after a very long day....We were totally delighted by the food and the service. The tandoori chicken was sizzling, juicy and delicious, and was enough for two people to share. The breads and condiments were also tasty. The service was provided by the young son of the owner, and he was both smart and organized, beyond his years.
Both my friend and I wish that Bombay Restaurant were closer to J.I., but the drive to N.C. is worth the time and effort in order to enjoy first-rate food.
My objections to the Duggars' activities are unrelated to their endorsement of Santorum, who I strongly disapprove of. My biggest concern is that the Duggars continue to procreate, while the individual needs of their other children seem to be ignored. While the Duggars may consider themselves to be spreading the "holy word" through this procreation, is there no consideration of the impact of this on each of their children? If their continued procreation is because of their love of children, and not just of some God, then where is their concern for meeting the emotional and other needs for those children? Do the Duggars just assume that the older children will take care of the younger children?
Did Dalton approach the Terrace Theatre?
Mike is always open to new ideas and ventures. Also: what about Cinebarre in Mt. Pleasant? (Perhaps a different type of movie-going audience.)
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