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Very friendly and knowledgeable owners. I was buying my first pistol and they took a lot of time with me and my husband trying to find something that I was comfortable with. After looking at several stores, we went back to buy from these folks. Prices are competitive with other local stores.
After reading the article, I'm still not sure what they do. A lot of vague talk about buying into "the initiative", economic development, and moving forward. But what specifically will they do?
Thank you Danny for the review. I do plan on trying it out sometime in the near future!
Silly me, I thought I'd read the comments hoping to find someone who actually ate at the place and could give a fair review. My mistake. Just about every article thread on this site is full of negativity and hatred for our fellow man. You all must be some miserable people.
In my opinion no one should be allowed to put up signs. It looks trashy, no matter who the candidate is. I really don't care who anyone else supports in any given election, it's a personal choice, and seeing a sign littering the roadway is not going to sway my opinion on who to vote for.
So what aren't the Broad Street merchants opposed to? Seems like they're always complaining about something. I am glad to have some young, diverse businessmen come to Southern Pines. I hope their business is successful and we get more variety here as a result
I don't think our area is accurately represented by the people who regularly post on these online articles. These boards are not moderated well so trolls abound. Sad.
Yep, I've seen people put on their blinker and come to a complete stop at the traffic circle with no traffic approaching. I also hate that people making a left turn at a light with only one lane tend to sit towards the right side preventing those behind them from making right turns even in lanes that are large enough to accomodate it. Also, if those same people making a left would pull out to the middle of the intersection when the light turns green it would allow those going straight to go around, and it would allow them to make a left turn easier than having to wait for enough time to move ahead and start turning from the place they were stopped for the red light.
I liked the original Goody's when it was at Pinecrest Plaza, but when the other company bought it and changed names, they called it Goody's but it was still Peebles merchandise. It always seemed that Peebles was aimed at elderly consumers and I could never find anything I liked there. Hope they have decent stuff this time.
I don't think we're coddling these students as much as doing them a huge disservice. It was very upsetting to me as a parent to hear about these new Common Core math standards. US students weren't measuring up in math and science, so instead of figuring out how to teach it more effectively they decide to dumb it down and continue to cut education budgets. It's scary to think of where our country is headed.
What fun! Love to see everyone having such a good time. Way to represent!
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