I'm boring. (But my canoe is a Legend!)
Baja fish tacos, $2.50 on a Monday night. Friendly and attentive service. It's like a fast food place where you order and pay at the counter, except the food is so *so* much better! If you don't like fresh ingredients (like cilantro) go to Taco Bell.
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"Social Intelligence" is an oxymoron of the most moronic type...but seriously, monitor this.
I'm not saying she's racist, I'm saying she's vapid. Anybody that's an able, grown adult with a talk radio show in the Charlotte, NC, area that doesn't automatically know that a bucket of fried chicken has racist connotations is just too stupid to be believed. I'm not interested in hearing the opinions of a person with such a limited world knowledge. You find her sexy, I find her completely uninteresting. That's all.
That's cool, but adding four and maybe eight more police officers is a bit different from, "The only people that win are the city government officials, who get to pay less for police presence." I'm not saying I'm for the ordinance, I'm saying that's not a good argument against it. Honestly I don't think it can stand, considering the extra police activities it foists upon business owners that already pay extra for extra police activities. Lots of things could be done to address the issue but this is not the best or most effective one.
Did you read the article, brewengineer?
"In addition to pushing for the new ordinance, the Charleston Police Department has added four new police officers to downtown patrols under the 2013 budget. Mullen says he is seeking a way to hire eight more, possibly drawing from existing hospitality and accommodations taxes. "
On Thursday, Servatius told the Observer in a statement that she didn’t mean to offend with her portrayal of Obama, and that she considers fried chicken not a racial stereotype but a symbol of Southern cuisine.
“I was searching for a picture of the president in drag to illustrate his Southern political strategy of courting young voters, a majority of whom support gay marriage,” Servatius said. “Regrettably, I didn’t think about the racial implications of the picture when I posted it. I simply don’t think."
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