Best burger in town. Don't know what they are talking about in terms of right wing antics. I have been there a thousand times and never heard one discussion. Plus the owner is not a guy (I don't think), the wait staff is friendly, and the food is set at a very good price for the portions you get (I can never finish). Pretty funny reading the comments on the right wing stuff, as long shoremen go there all the time. You can smoke in there which is probably a turn-off for most, but there is always take-out!
So we are just supposed to drive around Summerville and find out where they are filming dumbass? Thanks for the worthless article...
Really bummed the CRB was cancelled, I hope he plays a smaller venue down here, or just pops in somewhere.
Bro, no way. You can't go off of traditional stats, as this is the best year he has ever had. Also, this is a pass happy league with the QB almost always scoring the most points. If you have Peyton, chances are good that you probably got him in late 1st round or second, when your drafted him, and that you also have a great RB. Combine the two of those factors together, and you have a solid team. Trading him would be asinine to say the least. Bad advice, brother, bad advice.
Wonder how much the Citadel will make off this game. And I'm not talking attendance...I'm talking the fee they will charge to even host it..
I agree with all above. The biggest problem that Libertarians face is the two party system juggernaut. Libertarians have to choose a side, or they get no where. Until we as a populace start de-fragmenting the two party system, the party will get no where. Way too much power and money on both the Democratic and Republican sides. Both have become big-government, big corporate powers, in which the money flows. We need to take a hard look at getting rid of the lobbyist powers or at least the regulation of them, so that Libertarians and Independents have a chance. Until we get back to a true democratic form of voting, we will get no where. Its now become all about the "war chest".
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