The best story of men in war since the classic WWII movies of the 50s and 60s. No politics just the tense atmosphere of combat. Certainly the best movie I've see this year.
Do you think that putting the address of this place in the article might be a good idea?
I've been here several times and love it. I love the Szechwan cuisine (as well as Hunan) and this is authentic and very welcome.
Oh please - considering the snarky nature of much of this rag the police watch is right on target. Oh, and I just love it!
Cogent argument but it neglects to mention a couple of things. First, the great emancipation proclamation ONLY freed slaves in the confederate states. Second, the issue of the rights of states to secceed from the union was a hugh issue at the constitutional convention and several states only agreed to sign if the succession right was implicitly recognized.
Just because the "states rights" issue has been used to justify a number of evil things - I grew up in the south during the great civil rights battles of the 60s - does not mean that states have NO rights.
I guess the senators actually read the recent study that indicated that banning texting did NOTHING to reduce automobile deaths. The bill was indeed another "feel good" measure that would give cops another "chore" at the expense of our liberties. There are already laws against distracted driving so what is the real problem - there isn't one.
I have been to their 'Happy Hour" a couple of times and would confirm the rather blase service. Someone needs to be in charge of the staff and train/fire them asap.
Should read "Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds" from the 19th century. Tells about this and many other amazing schemes
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