Saw him in Effingham with my son. He still talks about it. I can't wait until he comes around again! So much fun!
A-Tan is a casual restaurant that has much better than average food. We especially like the hibachi meals. Two adults with shrimp , fried rice, and soup (water to drink) and the bill before tip was $20.00 total.. the service was excellent and the staff very friendly and attentive . The in house sauces were terrific . We have been back several times and always enjoy ourselves
Wait. Liberals in Portland tore up their town because they don't like the guy in DC?
Now that's gonna help advance their cause. You bet.
There is a noticeable difference if you drink your hard liquor beverages neat. Otherwise not so much.
This podcast felt more like wide-eyed gawking than reporting. Ultimately we have two white guys with thick Southern accents who are "shocked, shocked I tell you" at the level of anger on display in our country's most progressive urban centers by the election of a fascist President. It mirrors the same shock! from those on the left when they read about southern legislators legalizing guns on campuses or religious books being made "official" state books. IMHO, I find Trumps daily lies more shocking than left-wing protesters in SF, LA or Portland.
I feel truly sorry for the Secret Service having to defend this charlatan from a fate similar to (and presumably more competently) than JFK's. Who knows but that the "Second Amendment people" Trump transparently suggested might take action against Hillary, or that the intelligence "community" he's vilified and has so much experience dispatching political figures, might not take action against him, not that that would create a huge wave of schadenfreude or anything.
Trump deserves a lot of credit, if for nothing else (and really, there is nothing else), for waking the sleeping giant of organized protest in this country.
While so many countries seem capable of mobilizing thousands of outraged citizens at the drop of a hat, within hours of their government doing something they object to, complete with professional-looking signs, banners, and the like, Americans have seemed willing to take whatever is dished out to them.
Not since the civil rights and anti-war movements has this country seen the likes of the anti-Trump protests, and it seems this one, unlike Occupy Wall Street, which was squashed by the concerted efforts of local and national government agents, will be around for a good long while. Right on, brothers and sisters!
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Ms. Heath's lighting design is sublime indeed. Though subtle, I think the sound, by Carter McHaan, is excellent as well.
What should I scope out Barf? I hate all those trucks around there. But the dairy has been there quite a while. It survived reasonably well along with its neighbors there for decades. What's changed? They want to get bigger and push more product through the place than ever before? Or is it more to do with Overton Square and its revitalization?
@oak, I don't doubt those few true believers are dangerous. Hopefully they can to the root reality here and move on.
@CL - It started when the Left rolled over for the Patriot Act. Now they HAVE to believe the agencies, no matter what those agencies claim. And if they don't believe them, what alternative do they have to determine areas of inaccuracy or gross malfeasance? FISA court? Ha!
So they just take it at face value and hope/trust that it's right.
Correction: Her name is Aylen Mercado.
When did the liberal/left start believing the fbiciansaraggmopp? I would like their allegations to be true, they certainly play along with my suspicions, which is why I have reason to doubt my suspicions. How does one step back from these convolutions other than simply stepping back and passively wait?
Never get nosebleeds. I am retired military. I don't think you understand how true-believers justify their duplicity as service to their country.
But you are right. It is just a comment section.
Which is why I was laughing at Bruce's 'sky is falling' talk.
There is so much more to know than two things...
@oak. "...no, not really w/regard to our country." - guy
Your argument requires we accept that our intelligence professionals are willing to do the same thing to their family, friends, and neighbors that they do to our enemies. Sorry, I don't buy it. People paid junk money, not allowed to talk about their job/concerns/commitment to their country, yet still willing to subvert it in a heartbeat. ...no. No more than I believe US soldiers plot against us either.
Are there bad apples, yes. All, most, or many? No.
Tell me your knowledge of political / military intelligence methods? Wait, who am I kidding?, I don't care. If you know more, you should be able to demonstrate that you know it, right? No need for the ad hominem right? Why do what offends some so easily?
Remember Oak - "This is just a flippin' comments section"
btw - do you get nose bleeds much?
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