Andy Tarnoff’s Blogs: The Gobbler is coming back!
You can pay the full amount — say it’s $1,200 — or you can send in the minimum of $25. That seems like an easy choice, until you find out the interest rate on your unpaid balance is around 15 percent. If it takes you five years to pay it off the interest will add a whopping $500 to that initial $1,200 charge. And if you ignore the bill until it’s past due you might incur an extra penalty of $25 or more. Even worse, if you write one of those checks the credit card company sends you, that cash loan could cost you a usurious 25 percent interest or more. 3. Keep going to school whether you need to or not.
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‘Pursuit of Hoppiness’: S.C. eases brewery laws, Palmetto Brewing Co. expands offerings – Post and Courier
Then, as they build a fan base, they’ll be able to sustain “deep growth” throughout the Palmetto State, he said. By next year, the brewery plans to increase annual production to 8,000 barrels from 6,000. “We want to solidify ourselves as South Carolina’s beer, and we think the market is there,” he said. Now that many of the restrictions on in-state breweries have been lifted, reaching those goals may be less complicated. The new law says that as long as breweries offer food, or at least get a permit from the state Department of Health and Environmental Control to serve food, patrons can buy as much of their beer as they can reasonably drink during one visit.
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Manesis, of Manesis & Associates of West Allis purchased the long vacant restaurant, that last was, as I recall, a barbecue place and served one of the worst meals I ever had in a restaurant. But that was probably in 1999 or so. Youve probably driven past the Gobbler a million times on your way to Madison. It used to have a slowly rotating floor, and was the ultimate in retro kitsch. Across the street once stood a the Gobbler Motel, with themed rooms. Thats gone, too, unfortunately. Johnson Creek Fire Department burned the motel to the ground as a “practice fire” for its firefighters.
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