I don't enjoy Norms at all. Mediocre burgers and pizza that tastes and smells rotten. But it's near the college, which is why I think it's popular.
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I suspect that what _kind_ of tree makes a big difference. A large oak tree is likely to do more damange than a small pine tree.
@narayanis, the Establishment clause makes no mention of "separation of church and state", only "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion".
I agree with you that Santorum seems blind to the first amendment. Santorum scares me as much as the politicians who honestly believe that the phrase "separation of church and state" is in the Constitution. True religion is about serving people, something our politicians should try to do once in a while instead of serving money.
Sorry, previous question was intended to be directed toward narayanis, not Clarkie.
Clarkie, where is "separation of church and state" found in the Constitution?
How do they only take in $0.85/passenger when it costs $1.75 to ride?
Route 40 lacks riders because Mount Pleasant residents prefer to take the Express. But if you cut out route 40, what happens on holidays when the Express doesn't run?
Route 302 is already a smaller bus, but are the other routes using smaller vehicles? That's a reasonable alternative to cutting them out altogether.
Also routes 301 and 30 follow nearly the same route, but at low points in the day are rarely full. It might be less convenient for passengers, but 301 doesn't need to go all the way downtown; passengers could transfer close to the bridge.
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