Honestly, I think that Haley had no idea about Roan Garcia-Quintana's background. He was a regular guest on The Morning Buzz and I'm sure that Richard Todd had no idea Roan was a member of the CofCC. I didn't, and I try to keep up with these things.
Chris, if Nikki will publicly "get in bed" with a guy like this, doesn't it make Will Folks more credible?
When it comes down to it, aren't all South Carolina Republicans essentially members of a "White Power" organization?
Ok, Chris. So a hispanic male, who is working for an Indian female, is a white supremacist. Also, the Southern Poverty Law Center, who puts Shawn Hannity and Laura Ingraham on an enemies list is being held up as a trustworthy source? LOL. This is pathetic.
PS. SC voted in Mark Sanford. Perhaps thats because you ran a congenital idiot comedienne wanna be poseur.
Guys, Im no fan of Mark Sanford either. Hes a sleaze bag. However when you run two complete idiots, you have to settle for one of them and shut up.
To the gentleman who wants to claim Tara was run out of town for a racist comment, I say this.
As a regular listener and follower of Tara, she did no such thing. A little fellow (who runs a fairly inconsequential news publication) by the name of John Hood got his boxers in a bunch when she poked fun at our communist president and the proclivities of his supporters. John is a bit of a weakling weasel and threw Tara under the bus. His "high brown back water" publication couldnt take the heat. You know, like most spineless fake republican conservatives. (psssst thats not me in case you are wondering, hehehe).
WBT, a substandard, now liberal leaning hack radio station also threw her under the bus along with some other long time hosts. They did this to suck up to Obama, Mayor Foxx and the rest of the Demo-kommie liberals that run that town. Thats one reason the station is no longer relevant. However, Tara is still just the same Godsend she always has been.
So sir, in your case, its better to be someone and get some flak along the way as opposed to being a bitter hack putting folks down in the comment section of a news publication.
You should put down that copy of BLue Boy and read something educational.
Aren't you cute, "And if elected..."?
The "N word" is just six alphabetic letters that combine to form a sound when audibly articulated. How is sound racist? How are letters racist? Are you saying that the alphabet is racist?
Did you pull a Ted Nugent?
I've managed to construct the first 3-D "dirty" bomb today. You'll hear about it on Fox™ News tonight.
Be afraid, everyone. Live in fear of my creation.
Great overview and wonderful writing. Makes me excited for this year's festival!
"I remind all you conservative Christians celebrating Mark Sanford's win that Leviticus commands you to stone adulterers." -John Fugelsang
"Congratulations to newly elected Rep. Mark Sanford. Finally, Republicons will have an expert on foreign affairs." -The Capitol Steps
"According to exit polls, Mr. Sanford held a three-to-one lead among voters who described themselves as liars, cheaters, or sleazebags." -Andy Borowitz
"I bet Elizabeth Colbert-Busch is kicking herself for not cheating on her husband w/taxpayer funds right now." -John Fugelsang
"According to exit polls, voters felt that Mr. Sanford's opponent, Elizabeth Colbert Busch, did not have the lying experience necessary to serve in Congress." -Andy Borowitz
First off: You can't compare macrobrews to microbrews. To me, yes, Coast and Holy City beer is worth the extra money, but you're not really saving lots of money by going to the brewer which is what this bill is about.
This bill is really about the right of the brewery owner to sell from their door. I can buy the beer in 64 oz growlers, or a flight up to 16 ozs, but nothing in between. I can't buy a single pint, or a 1/2 growler. Then there are the styles of beer that necessitate higher ABV's. Wineries can sell up to 16%, but beer is capped down around 5% (I forgot the exact number). The brewers have lots of legal hurdles when they try to have promotional events at the brewery to promote their brand. It's an income stream that they are being denied just because they make beer instead of wine as wineries don't have these restrictions.
I love my Coast beer. I drive an extra hour to pick it up on thursdays fresh with a smile from the owners. I'm not really getting it cheaper, but I like the community of other beer enthusiasts that tend to gather there on Thursdays and Saturdays. I like the shindigs down at Holy City, and as a homebrewer I would have *Loved* to meet C. Papazian who went there recently (Out of town on business, sorry I missed it). These small businesses cannot compete with macrobrews on price or availability, they must foster a solid working relationship with their outlets and consumers.
Pop the Cap, SC!
Corporate beer getting preferential treatment by law == bad.
Corporate TV and aeronautics getting preferential treatment by law == good.
The lobbyists have been in charge of the SC government for a very long time. The big liquor distributors got pissed when they were taken out of the direct chain when mini bottles were replaced. Up until then, they received a cut on every single drink legally served in the state. They still have not gotten over that. What I am saying is when I go in to a place like the Tattooed Moose, and see that a pint of Yuengling is $3.00, and a pint of a local craft is $6.00, I wonder if the craft is twice as good. Maybe, maybe not. Same for where I eat. Good steaks at Oak vs. good steaks at a nice place West of the Ashley vary in price incredibly for the same meat. I'm not a cheap skate, but when your tab for a few rounds of craft vs. domestic varies by $20.00 or so, one begins to think about their entertainment budget. I"d just like some consideration taken by whoever sells this stuff for the working guy out here.
The breweries should be able to sell as much as they want, any time they want, at any price they want, just like a bar can. They are in business to sell beer, and if they think they can stay afloat with no retail partners (they'll have no retail partners if they always undercut, or screw over their outlets) that should be their business.
The blue laws surrounding beer need to go. Wine protectionism needs to go.
This is why I don't review on here any more. You give a thoughtful honest opinion and some PBR drinking idiot slams you for too much information. They would rather see reviews like "This place rocks, can't beat dollar PBR's"
I read brewengineers review and am looking forward to trying this establishment. 3 stars by the way is a recommended place and a very good rating. What negativity was in the review, it seemed honest and well thought out. The majority of the people on this site throw 5 stars around so that it has become utterly meaningless. 5 stars is the place if you are visiting for only one day, you have to get there.
1 star- acceptable quality
2 star- good quality
3 star- very good quality
4 star- superior quality
5 star- exceptional in every way- food drink decor service
there are 232 four star and above restaurants in city paper's guide. Honestly, there are probably less than 10. In Charleston though, we have 5 star bagel shops??
The only thing that will stop a bad guy with a 3D printer gun is a good guy with a 3D printer gun.
One world rebuttal: Argentina
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