More reasons being a vegetarian keeps the conscience as well as the body clean lol. Never been and never will. According to yelp, the racist past doesn't hurt the chain a bit. In fact, the publicity surrounding the racism probably brings out all the trump supporters and confederate flag fliers on top of the simple lovers of BBQ... that covers nearly all of SC. Yeah, they ain't hurtin.
I can't wait for all these old@ss Jim Crow-era, confederate flag flying, slavery defending,white-supremacist idiots to drop dead already. The world will be a whole lot better without them.
Umm there's a sht load more people moving to mt.p per year than since 1950. 175% of a number in the single digit thousands does not even compare to 40% of a number over 50,000. Either way that sucks I'm glad I don't live on a strip of land that congested.
Sounds like this really doesn't hold promise!! With such a heavy tourist packed and seaosnal area don't expect anyone to change anything. It's too bad, I love oysters but I def wouldn't chance it - aren't you suppose to only eat oyster during 'er' and 'ary' months anyway?
These are great suggestions, like Josh said, these should be taken into account elsewhere. I haven't biked since I lived in Savannah (which is an amazing city for a biker to live). Now I live in Summerville, where there are no bike paths let alone side walks! It makes Charleston look like a biker haven. In my part of Summerville are the plantations, the new high school, a new park... these would be amazing places to bike or walk to but not unless you have a death wish, god bless the few who do!
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