Wow, that will be amazing to see the tens of women marching in protest. Hope it doesn't affect mall parking.
Two more years have passed since this article was written, and global sea levels have changed less than half the thickness of your fingernail. So much for scientific predicton. It was a hoax.
Bravo Philip. We are happy you make a decent living in the service industry. You must realize though that many of your clients are tourists, and although it is wonderful that Charleston has become a "foodie town", the income you earn is by no means typical. In Charleston, it is not uncommon for the entrée to be $30 and all the sides are $8 each. Throw in wine, salad, an appetizer and desert and a couple must shell out $200 for a meal, which calculates a decent tip for you. This is not how it works in most other places. I hate the way the Charleston upscale restaurants have gone to A la carte pricing. You would have to be a millionaire to eat out in Charleston on a regular basis. So bear in mind, most of us are accustomed to Outback Steakhouse and a $40 bill. Those wait staff had better have a real plan for their future.
"Johns Island is full of affluent boot-strap dickheads to fuel your echo-chamber of insanity"
Wow Lee, you have some anger and jealousy issues. Perhaps you should move to Berkeley CA to join your left wing loonies.
OMG! I thought South Carolina was our last bastion for conservatism, so I bought an acre of land on John's Island to build my retirement home. And now this? Yes, Trump is a loon and he has twice the poll numbers of the real candidates, but at 35%, this means that 65% are against him. Let the chips keep falling. Once the hopelessly unrealistic candidates start to drop out, you will see the numbers coalesce around more reasonable candidates. And as Trump starts to cry like a baby, even his followers will leave him.
People gravitate toward a winner. Trumps early lead made people think he is a winner, but things change and people move. God help us if Clinton wins.
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