3rd degree black-belt Curmudgeon. Born a bleeding-heart Yankee Liberal, evolved into fiscally conservative, socially liberal something-or-other. Relocated to Charleston 20 years ago. There is absolutely…
to drval: while I agree this place is one of the best in the area, It Ain't Chinatown!
I don't know which NY Chinatown you refer to, but it sure isn't the one I used to hang out in. Again, Chopsticks is as good as it gets around here, but it wouldn't last 6 months in Chinatown in NY or Philly.
Can somebody say Travan Martin?
reminds me of something a career nurse once told me: "you know the difference between a doctor and God? .... God knows he's not a doctor.
Ok, so first CP bitches about gentrification, then a couple of weeks later glorifies it??? They support the local small farmers, then glorify a quail factory farm. Are we trying to illuminate or just stir up controversy, Stephanie? Oh wait, you hired Tara, didn't you? I forgot integrity was a lost issue here...
Yeah, Thomas, and the resultant end-quality would be proportionally the same as with home repairs - in many cases shoddy and unacceptable. The real problem with the CMS survey was the sample they used, Medicare patients, and comparing for-profits to non-profits that must also take all indigents. And to Mat- my hero, Sam Clemens said 3 kinds of liars: liars, damned liars and statisticians. Your statistic ($55 million profit) means absolutely nothing out of context of their total income. To be fair you would have set that as a percentage of income so one could make a decision as to whether or not they profited more than a fair return on receipts.
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