Why does El Crap always seem to find its way onto these "Best of the Bay" type lists?
El Crap is a shockingly over-rated and dirty little dive that must be paying somebody for these inclusions, because it's a very forgettable and unfriendly place with burgers that I would describe as small & boring - not even close to the "World Class" reviews that their burgers always seem to earn.
I opened this weeks issue of CL hoping to read a thought provoking article about the possible future of Florida, and instead, I get this over-the-top comic book/disaster movie tripe.
CL has devolved into a few pages of filler surrounded by a hundred pages of advertisements.
Those who oppose Amendment 2, as I do, would do well to court Florida Libertarian groups for their support.
Libertarians, by definition, oppose any government legislation that inhibits personal freedom. And Amendment 2 certainly qualifies as another case of Big Government rearing it's ugly head once again to squash liberty.
And because libertarianism is considered (by some) to be a right-of-center ideology, any resistance libertarians can put forth against Amendment 2 may (hopefully) cause Pro-Amendment 2 conservatives who would otherwise (wrongly) think of themselves as against Big Government to reflect on this bill a little, and what it means for Liberty.
What's with all the hype about El Cap?
I tried their burgers for the first time recently, expecting a real treat. Instead I got this small, thin, very mediocre cheeseburger that didn't come close to what I expected.
Brew your own!
It's fun, easy, you get gallons & gallons of the greatest beer you'll ever drink in exactly your favorite styles.
And you'll never have a shortage of friends lining up to sample your latest & greatest concoctions.
Thanks for confirming every stereotype about the chronically unemployed losers who would prefer to suck at the teat of taxpayer supported welfare than actually work for a living, all why chiding people for wanting to pay less than our "Fair Share" of taxes. (Hint: There's no such thing as Fair Taxation, especially Income Tax which is enforced by government threats of violence & imprisonment.)
This isn't a manifesto. It's the writers attempt to justify being a complete loser, and a burden on society & the American taxpayer.
If I didn't know any better I would have thought this article was an anti-welfare & unemployment benefits propaganda piece written by GOP operatives to help grow anti-welfare sentiments and propagate the stereotype of welfare cheats who give otherwise honest people that have found themselves down on their luck, a bad name.
Wayne, are you really that big of a pussy?
Or did you write this article to justify your own phobias?
I can only imagine what you'll write next; "Don't go outside!" because y'know, you might be mugged, beaten, shot, hit by a car, or attacked by wild dogs.
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