I've had BBQ Joint food fairly regularly since the day they opened and I've never had a bad experience nor anything but welcoming service. These negative reviews sound way too personal. Regardless, I've never had any hesitation about recommending their food to anyone for lunch or catering. I've had the competitors' product from all other mentioned places and BBQ Joint is right there with 'em.
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I think Ima means there are pitfalls to sort-of empowering civilians to do police business... pitfalls like unarmed motherf*ckers gettin' shot over, let's say, a misunderstanding.
Of course, that happens with regular police, too.
Maybe they could use the (ooh, la la!) cabaret taxes to pay for a restroom trailer or 4-pack of porta-potties to park on Ann Street from, say 8pm-3am every Friday and Saturday, instead of adding nebulous duties for private security to patrol public streets. You could fit them in one parking spot, and cut down on the mentioned public urination problem. I of course don't remember EVER peeing in public back in my salad days of youth, no siree, Bob, but these young whippersnappers with their Red Bull and Jaeger-bombs have all that diuretic impact to deal with that us humble brew-swillers didn't.
I'd love it if rum became the "it" spirit and bourbon was shunned as a hillbilly drink. That would make all those single-barrel varieties way cheaper!
Is there a conservative troll in the world that can spell? Even one?
So, the school system paid a hefty court fine for ignoring racial threats, and now you're lambasting them for going after racial threats... not only that but ones with a written, physical evidence record? Fascinating. Beyond that, though, if there's merit to the pending claims, as there certainly was in the Kandrac case, I hope that the penalties are severe enough to root out the problems.
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