Love this place - - favorite Korean place in Charleston. Excellent quality and prices and friendly staff.
As most of you are well aware, I am working on my own documentary film called “Waveless Summer.” It will feature pseudo-surfers who will travel around the globe in search of beaches without waves. Folly Beach, SC will be featured as one of the sites in this movie. As the film maker, I would like to showcase nationally that you can have a burgeoning surf culture without actually having any decent waves to surf throughout the year. I would publicly like to thank Jaxx for his technical expertise in making this film a reality.
The washout at Folly will be a nationally respected surf locale when it can produce waves which isn't likely to happen in my lifetime.
Unfortunately, our beaches do not have the degree of steepness needed for decent waves on a regular basis. I enjoy surfing and became really spoiled by decent waves in Florida and elsewhere. Surfing locally is just a waste of time.
I think Kwajo has brainstormed another great idea. "Black Dollar Days" was a huge success and hundred and hundreds of billions of dollars have been lost from our economy with the NCAA boycott.
Maybe a "Freaknic" festival like Atlanta has would be a great additional boost to tourism in Charleston.
Just google "Freaknic" in photos and you will see what I mean.
I loved the Fire Apes. However, this Uncle Mingo band should pay me to attend!!!
Let's not re-write history here. This Uncle Mingo band was ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE and had ABASOLUTEY NO TALENT WHATSOEVER.
I always remembered little kids primarily attending their concerts for some reason and everyone in college would avoid this band like the plague to avoid the middle school children that followed them. It was like Hannah Montana or something. I don't think anyone in college ever cared to see these guys play. But I'm sure they were nice guys though.
For all the believers that the Civil War was fought because of the moral issue of slavery, women and children were considered as property of the male head of household under our law until well after the civil war. Charleston also had the highest populations of slaveholders who were black. For every unpopular war, there has to be a moral justification to get the people to endorse it. Studies show that slavery would have ended within a decade after the civil war. The civil war had more to do with tarriffs, taxes, and the national bank than freedom for slaves. Hey wait a minute, didn't the US go to war in Iraq to free the Iraqi people ?
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