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  1. I didn't see an appropriate topic in the index, was in the area two weekends ago and am bored so I figured I'd report. In Spartanburg I ate at the Beacon Drive In, which is apparantly a Spartanburg landmark. Served southern fried food and had a pretty classic feel to it. Probably wouldn't appeal to most of the diehard foodies on here but for what it was I thought it was pretty decent. Won't go in depth, just linked the site. Downtown Clemson really didn't have too many options, went to Wingin' It for some wings but by that point we had been drinking most of the afternoon so to me they tasted like the greatest wings ever. Plus they had fried pickles, which I love but can never really find in Maryland. Which is probably a good thing for my health. Actually now that I think about it I think the Beacon was the only meal I had where I wasn't intoxicated. Including dinner at Little Caesars, which might have been the highlight because of the childhood nostalgia and I hadn't eaten at one in probably 12+ years. I'll be down in Greenville in May so recommendations would be appreciated for that as well. I know my sister has some places in her rotation but curious about your input as well for all cuisine types and price ranges. From what I understand, a certain high-profile poster should be able to provide some input on this topic (not necessarily Greenville)
  2. To anyone attending Clemson University during the glorious 1981-1982 season, when Clemson defeated Nebraska 22-15 in the Orange Bowl to become undefeated national champions, the name "William Perry" is universally beloved and just as famous as the name Brooks Robinson is in Baltimore. The Fridge has fallen upon unspeakably hard times, and barring a miracle, his best days are behind him, but he will always be remembered with fondness and affection. Thank you, William, for enriching all of our lives - we all love you. And I can personally vouch for any and all anecdotes you might hear about Perry's athletic exploits as being 100% true - he was a physical specimen unlike any other. Jan 6, 2016 - "How William 'The Refrigerator' Perry Changed Betting Forever" by Adam Chandler on theatlantic.com
  3. That's because you hadn't discovered the fried mushrooms at Nick's.
  4. I just started two new forums: Colleges and High Schools, which are only visible to members (just for a little extra member-privacy). I'm hopeful that this will bring our membership closer together through common life experiences. I went to Clemson, because it was the only school I got into. But I liked it so much that I ended up staying for 5 1/2 years, for both undergraduate (Accounting) and graduate school (Computer Science). Any other Clemson Tigers here?
  5. Congratulations to Alabama for a well-deserved victory and unanimous AP #1 National Ranking after defeating Clemson last night in the CFP (College Football Playoff) National Championship Game, 45-40. It's their 4th national championship in 7 years, and their coach, Nick Saban, is now only one behind the legendary Bear Bryant. Congratulations also to Clemson for a terrific season. In the final AP poll linked to above, Clemson's only loss was to #1 Alabama, and during the season, they defeated #5 Oklahoma, #11 Notre Dame, #14 Florida State, and #15 North Carolina (these final rankings are despite having a loss to Clemson). Clemson's season also included a 58-0 win over Miami, as well as victories over Boston College, Georgia Tech, North Carolina State, South Carolina, and Syracuse with Jim Brown in the audience watching the game. Next year's National Championship Game is on Jan 9, 2017 in Tampa - we Clemson fans hope to see you there, Alabama. (In all seriousness, congratulations - you earned the victory with an unbelievably gutsy play call in the 4th quarter. No excuses: You are the champions - see you next year. )
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