@mat catastrophe, that was my point. It's free. Don't bitch about things you don't have to pay for in the first place. :)
And I would love to meet the Farkers here. I'm pretty sure Fark is the only thing that gets me through the work day sometimes.
Oh my god. If you don't like the "staff picks" for the issue, then don't buy a copy. And if you think that the City Paper is belittling, you might want to do a search on other articles written about Charleston on the internet. Fark is a good place to start. You'll see how much we are put down by other people.
My beef is prejudiced idiots double-posting.
Wow. I hate to tell you this, but it was a TEA FESTIVAL. You don't kvetch about beer prices at a tea festival. If you're so hard up to drink a beer, AC's has great hours and cheap prices. Go park your butt on a stool in the dark, and leave the rest of us alone.
The ticket prices for this show were amazing considering there were no parking fees, kids were free, and there were plenty of things to see and do if you didn't care for the band on the stage at the time. I myself probably drank at least a good gallon of tea, and it was FREE. Awesome!
Thanks to the Bridge and the Tea Plantation. This is the second year I've gone to the festival, and my family and I had a BLAST.
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