Cart Culture

While I was in high school, I lived in Surfside Beach, South Carolina. It’s a beach town, surprisingly enough.

My mom still lives there, and she putts around in a golf cart. To and from the beach, to and from the store, and around the neighborhood. She’s not some weirdo for doing that, though. Lots of Surfside folks travel via golf cart. It’s a good way to keep sand out of your car, and you’d think it’d be relaxing: most standard issue golf carts max out at 10 m.p.h.

But not all golf carts are created equal.

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Tips for Sales

I’ve mentioned that I often use Craigslist to buy and sell music gear. And anyone posting to Craigslist should understand that the riffraff will flood your inbox with all sorts of things: lowball offers; once in a lifetime chances to help out displaced princes; creams that will shrink, color, or grow certain parts of your anatomy; and weird trades. It’s part of the game.

Since I’ve been playing that game for a while now, I thought I’d offer some advice to other Craigslist sellers.

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Clean it Up, Dick!

There are a lot of fine eateries in Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Even though the NASCAR Cafe closed, we still get movie memorabilia from one of the last Planet Hollywoods in the United States. We get a dose of Cable-Guy-esque fun at Medieval Times.

And we get crabs from a certain Dirty Dick.

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