Biscuit - maybe I missed it or forgot, but where's your new job at?
bturk said:Biscuit - maybe I missed it or forgot, but where's your new job at?
I know we've talked about this before, but i think Greenville is such a great little city.
If I want to work there I have to get a job before I go down, according to the Free Trade agreement.
If you're really interested, PM me. A couple of places I would highly advise, a couple places I'd hate on.jmf said:
So if you lived in Greenville, where woud you work? If I want to work there I have to get a job before I go down, according to the Free Trade agreement.
Biscuit, you're from Walhalla?biscuit said:I grew-up about an hour west of Greenville and I think it is is a nice city it has more to offer than many of the same size. But it and most other newly urban areas in the South lack the density and diversity of Northern cities, like Pittsburgh. Othern than my family, I miss the food (Sweet tea, HUGE Sunday dinners and grits!!!) and the laid-back lyfestyle. 3 o'clock in the afteroon in Charleston...its time for a cocktail!
Tamassee? that really is out there!biscuit said:I grew-up in Tamassee, otherwise known as six horse pastures and a zip-code, and actually did one semester of my undergrad at Clemson. I still make it back a couple time a season to tail-gate with old friends and more rowdy members of my family.
Does your blood runneth orange?
PlannerGirl said:we had no foot ball team-we had SOCCER!
Tamassee? that really is out there!
as for tailgating, my most humiliating of all drinking stories is a result of a tailgating episode for clemson.
PlannerGirl said:i was pretty str8t laced in college
I did however, end up with consecutive 4.0 semesters to finish school.....
jtfortin said:I kind of screwed off my first semester in college, but after that I did pretty well, while keeping the Thurs-Sat party schedule intact.
i take it it is the downtown passed out kelly brown incident that we have heard rumours of?