It's OK to every once in a while provide a point of criticism. Like "no matter what you order, you'll leave farting," or "order a beer and a hot dog and you'll be wondering how your check got to $17."
Councilwoman Barry citing studies by the same company that was fined $500 million earlier this year by the DOJ for price fixing is akin to injecting the cool-aid through your eyeball.
SubWedge is the name of the hood, for the record.
Thanks for sharing this. My wife and I struggle with this very issue upon visiting many churches and finding shallow or downright incomprehensible music. There is good contemporary music out there, I've particularly enjoyed the stuff written by Keith and Kristyn Getty, who spend a good bit of their time here in Nashville. I also wonder why we've abandoned the old hymns? Too convicting? Great food for thought, thanks again.
24/7 diner. Local coffee. Weekend music.
Million dollar idea.
Can you imagine the scene at an all-night diner off Broadway at 3am? God bless America.
I would like the feds to build a transit link between my house and the Donut Den.
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