Sycophant, occasional troll, public servant, world-traveler by land, sea, and air. Not afraid to call you what you are. Transplanted "Yankee" and proud.
We found out that Park delivers to Tanner in Hanahan, which now makes this a once a week place for my family and I. Every time I see a Domino's or Papa John's car in the neighborhood, I shake my head. For a few bucks extra, you could get so much better pizza. If I want quantity, I'll suffer at CiCi's. If I want quality, I grab a large BST and add chicken from Park Pizza. Local business that brings the goods.
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This Bryson fella couldn't be any more right. The "craft" thing is a marketing tool used to lure in stupid hipsters. They don't care if the beer tastes good, as long as it is made by castrated monks singing a Ray Charles/Adele medley in a small pot that has been used since it was discovered at Goodwill. The "craft" moniker is to give the product the "exclusivity" that the hipster craves.
I mean, just ask Scott Shor. He makes a killing doing this at Charleston's biggest d-bag magnet.
Fire everybody? Well, isn't that just a brilliant, novel, and not at all draconian idea! Then what? Are the people who replace those that have left going to automatically make the right decisions? Or are they just going to function within the current construct?
This article just offers complaints and one solution. That solution is about as intellectually lazy as it comes. It is pretty apparent that there needs to be many process and procedural improvements. But Mat offers the "off with their heads" approach, as if it is the sole solution to the maladies. Just like in the real world, if you come to someone with problems, be prepared to solve the problem. The author obviously has very little interest in the latter.
I'm glad you included a picture in your article. That way I can be sure not to engage you in a conversation that I will be immediately sorry about.
It is bullies vs. bullies. A battle of who could care less.
This is a brilliant idea. I've been to a couple Korean BBQ places in the DC area, and the only complaint is the effect on my waistline. Add in some killer kimchi and this place will be a success.
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