Wow, the commentary on this argument is so incoherent and lacking a true understanding of how back-and-forth, intellectual discussions can actually make meaning that I can see CB planting his hand in his face over and over. "everyone is entitled to their own opinion," yeah, that's a nice line. Act like your opinion is informed by enough other dialogue and perspectives that i should give a shit.
Well, at least they decided not to take this concept to cobb county.
What the South needs more of: purple prose written by upper-middle-class white people.
The apostrophe takes the place of the missing letter(s). One of the few English grammar rules that makes sense. So you + all = y'all, just like it + is = it's, and the possessive form is its. Do the test. There are no exceptions. (as opposed to they're no exceptions). Also, Faulkner wrote sentences that lasted three pages; brilliant, yes. But not really a point for proper punctuation. Pedantic out.
wow, i foolishly thought the 20 comments might lead to some discussion of a new restaurant. instead, we get asshat clownery the likes of which these idiots make fun of bostock for (off topic, being too personal, tangents, etc.). Except in this case poorly written, inane, and without any actual substance. Nice job, guys.
maybe if you're the top two posters on CL and you make fun of each other for having no life and posting too much...
can you figure out where that's going? I'm not so sure.
Until the restaurants redefine parameters, reviewers will continue to be staid....oh, wait. Get a new perspective, lauterbach, the future just passed you by and didn't put it in print.
Yeah, I have to agree with persnickety Dave. Regional can include the 1000 mile stretch from the outer banks to the louisiana gulf, I suppose. But hyper-local? Unless the catfish is from the hootch, the perch from stone mountain lake, and the shrimp and crawfish from peachtree creek, not sure you can call it local, let alone the quite bombastic "hyper-local. "
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