Tried the Monday night meatloaf and the gin and house made tonic. It was all good!
Can't wait to go back to my local neighborhood " gastropub".
Charles good for you and continued success.
Tim Husssey's work is incredible and his show at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park is worth a visit.
THE TEACHERS DON'T BELONG TO ANY UNIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Obviously somebody who is 70 probably hasn't been a school for a very long time. I'm not being disrespectful just stating a fact. Today's school are more than brick and mortar. Schools are one of the few places that offer many students a safe place to be. Schools need to be updated to provide the newest elements of learning and socializing. Just imagine going to your job everyday with a leaky roof or poor ventilation. That wouldn't be the most pleasant environment but you would do your job because you have to. Those small things if improved or repaired could make a difference in your daily life. Nothing is perfect and we have to sacrifice but I really believe that ALL children should have to same opportunities no matter where they live or how much their parents earn or don't earn.
O'Donnell told them to beat it!
I just moved to Charleston and have been biking since I arrived.
The death of a bicyclist is always disconcerting to me and makes me hyper aware of my riding habits. I have noticed that most cyclist don't wear helmets, stop a stop signs, or stop for most pedestrians. I believe that the helmet is a freedom of choice, however following the road rules shouldn't be a choice but a rule.
Personally think it's a good practice to be sensitive to the road vehicle rules. Setting a good example as a bike rider can prove that you are conscientious biker!
My sympathies to the family of Edwin Garner and to the car driver too. The driver will have to think about that horrible accident for a very long time.
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