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Jul 22nd 2011 11:47AM Murrells Inlet has the best seafood restaurants. Best food I have ever put in my mouth.
Oct 28th 2010 8:27PM I think that a deep fryer is much safer than a pot on the stove. My Son in law is a fireman and I don't want to tell you how many kitchen fires are started by hot oil on a stove. I have had several toaster ovens and found that only the VERY expensive ones work well at all. I will just use a toaster or the oven on my stove.
Jun 2nd 2010 11:00AM The fact that there isn't a greeter would have been an A for me. I hate to be bothered by someone when I enter a store. If I need any help I will ask for it. I do like for there inside the store with knowledge about
the merchandise . Give me a store that allows me to shop at my own speed.
Mar 26th 2010 6:38PM Just remember which senator held it up and which party he belonged to.
Jan 15th 2010 7:49PM I love e-books not so much the e-readers. I had two of them. I had to buy books from the companies that sold each of them or go through a process to convert the form the book could be downloaded in. I did want the convenience of being able to read my e-books anywhere though.
I bought one of the new tiny laptops. No bigger than the Kindle.
I can take it anywhere. I can download E-books from any company anytime and store them on a USB stick. I do want to see the covers in color. Those covers are what tempt me to try a new authors work . There has been some hard work and money spent on those covers. I want to enjoy them.
Jul 17th 2009 6:39PM This started many years ago. The hospitals wanted nurses to take on a larger patient load. They would rather have you do good charting than patient care. Then the insurance companies cut down on the amount of time a person could stay in the hospital. This means that people have to go home the
day they have surgery. The untrained families are left to care for them. Health care is pitiful now.
Jul 17th 2009 6:28PM I agree. It was on the news here about all the people with MBA's that applied for teaching positions here . There were
thousands of applicants and fewer than 100 positions.
I know some MBA graduates working fast food and plant nurseries. There are no teaching jobs here
May 26th 2009 9:30PM I am tired of having some one high in the corporation at Walmart decide what customers do and do not want. If they really want to know what will keep us coming back - ASK US There are polls for everything else. If they remove the craft and cloth areas I will find somewhere to buy clothing and groceries. Removing needed sections will not bring in more sales and can result in much lower sales.
May 26th 2009 9:23PM I agree . I shop Walmart's cloth section two to three times a month.
They are the only place in our county to buy material .
If they phase it out I will phase out shopping for anything else in thier store. I can vote with my pocket book. Maybe they haven't read the latest polls that say more people are sewing now than a few years ago.
May 26th 2009 4:09PM Oh my Lord ! when will this end? I graduated in the 60's and I am white. I am also southern. There is no excuse for things like segregated proms in any public high school any where in the United States of America. The students don't want it to be that way. My generation fought for the rights of all races!!! That means that anyone that agrees with this prom is dissing their grand parents and the U S government.