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Old 10-23-2012, 10:30   #76
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Where's that from?

My favorite used to be T-Jim's up in Cottonport but last time I had it it was kinda loose.
Some hole in the wall I found in Crowley. I usually get it from Best Stop in Scott, but tried this and it's pretty damn good. Not too loose, not hard as a brick either. Some good green onion flavor in it too.

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Old 10-23-2012, 10:31   #77
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Okay, I just looked this up. I got 1 result with a man in a speedo posing on a bed surrounded by guns. I didn't open it, but I somehow doubt that's the page you were talking about.




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Old 10-23-2012, 10:37   #78
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Some hole in the wall I found in Crowley. I usually get it from Best Stop in Scott, but tried this and it's pretty damn good. Not too loose, not hard as a brick either. Some good green onion flavor in it too.
I'm headed to Lafayette around noon. Might swing by the best stop
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Okay, I just looked this up. I got 1 result with a man in a speedo posing on a bed surrounded by guns. I didn't open it, but I somehow doubt that's the page you were talking about.




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That's it! I told them they could use my pic for advertising in exchange for 2 free pounds a week.
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:47   #80
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I'm headed to Lafayette around noon. Might swing by the best stop
Their's (Best Stop) is a little more firm, no doubt. It holds up a little better when it gets room temp, whereas the looser ones start wanting to fall apart.

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Old 10-23-2012, 11:45   #81
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Okay, I just looked this up. I got 1 result with a man in a speedo posing on a bed surrounded by guns. I didn't open it, but I somehow doubt that's the page you were talking about.




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Old 10-23-2012, 12:05   #82
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Get ready to sweat your balls off.
That's putting it mildly. The summers are 7-8 months long.
Most of the people I know can't wait to retire so they can get the hell out of this sweatbox.
This state ranks 49th or 50th in just about any category you can think of from sexually transmitted diseases to infant mortality. Thank God for Mississippi or we would rank 50th in everything.
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Old 10-23-2012, 12:09   #83
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That's putting it mildly. The summers are 7-8 months long.
Most of the people I know can't wait to retire so they can get the hell out of this sweatbox.
This state ranks 49th or 50th in just about any category you can think of from sexually transmitted diseases to infant mortality. Thank God for Mississippi or we would rank 50th in everything.
What part of LA do you live in where you only get 7-8 months of summer per year? Just kidding(but not entirely)

Seems like we skipped winter last year, but it's looking up so far this year.
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That's putting it mildly. The summers are 7-8 months long.
Most of the people I know can't wait to retire so they can get the hell out of this sweatbox.
This state ranks 49th or 50th in just about any category you can think of from sexually transmitted diseases to infant mortality. Thank God for Mississippi or we would rank 50th in everything.
You're asked not to discuss the sexually transmitted diseases. We need new wimmenz to move in.
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That's it! I told them they could use my pic for advertising in exchange for 2 free pounds a week.
I don't know about this one...
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Old 10-23-2012, 12:25   #86
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That's putting it mildly. The summers are 7-8 months long.
Most of the people I know can't wait to retire so they can get the hell out of this sweatbox.
This state ranks 49th or 50th in just about any category you can think of from sexually transmitted diseases to infant mortality. Thank God for Mississippi or we would rank 50th in everything.
Seems like I heard at some point that Livingston parish had the nations cheapest gas though. Score:1

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Seems like I heard at some point that Livingston parish had the nations cheapest gas though. Score:1
Poo-yii, dat sounds lak my pinto beans & rice recipe, yeah?
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Old 10-23-2012, 12:57   #88
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That's putting it mildly. The summers are 7-8 months long.
Most of the people I know can't wait to retire so they can get the hell out of this sweatbox.
This state ranks 49th or 50th in just about any category you can think of from sexually transmitted diseases to infant mortality. Thank God for Mississippi or we would rank 50th in everything.

Sad but true.
I really wish we were still West Florida instead of Mississippi.
The rest of the state thinks we are sinning coast trash anyway. If it wasn't for the three coastal counties and our economy/tax base, the rest of the state would be destitute.

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That's putting it mildly. The summers are 7-8 months long.
Most of the people I know can't wait to retire so they can get the hell out of this sweatbox.
This state ranks 49th or 50th in just about any category you can think of from sexually transmitted diseases to infant mortality. Thank God for Mississippi or we would rank 50th in everything.
To be fair, the STD thing is pretty much all on the city of Natchitoches itself. It's well known as the STD capital of the state (and possibly the country).
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So now the negatives surface..
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So now the negatives surface..
Nah, a non-issue...Natchitoches is WAY North of I-10...we don't claim it anyway.
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Old 10-23-2012, 14:03   #92
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Nah, a non-issue...Natchitoches is WAY North of I-10...we don't claim it anyway.
That's Nack-o-dish, by the way.


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To be fair, the STD thing is pretty much all on the city of Natchitoches itself. It's well known as the STD capital of the state (and possibly the country).
I haven't been there since 1994. Jes sayin
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So now the negatives surface..
Nuthin a little penicillin can't handle, mostly
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Old 10-23-2012, 14:51   #95
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I always heard nack-o-trash... No offense to the city or peeps in general, there are some good people that I've met from there..

The summers are horrible, the food is great, the fishing is great, the roads are horrible, the winters are wet and mild, and the hurricanes are frequent..

I'm in the NW corner with no real cajun heritage here.. I do hang around crowds of them at the dragboat races though and they're fun to watch, but I just watch...
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Old 10-23-2012, 16:56   #96
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Some crawfish etouffee I fired up last night...enough reason to never leave here. (The peas are just for decoration...)

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My family are the classic tradition bottom of the woods Louisiana creoles, and when they come to Florida and I take them to a a SEFLA so-called lousiana food spot they almost puke out their guts. I 'm always apologizing on behalf of this state for the sorry food options.

Even the worst eateries in Louisiana are 10x better than anything in Florida. I'm 100% dead serious about that.

People down here have no clue as to what creole cooking is and no proper ideal of how to us cayenne pepper and just sprinkling creole seasonsing on sometime does not make it Creole Food

And do get me started on cooking shrimp and Florida & how to make a proper roux
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Yeah, enough Natchitoches STD talk...let's keep luring him in with food!

Tonight:

Pan-fried Red Snapper filet with artichoke hearts and asparagus.

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...just sprinkling creole seasonsing on sometime does not make it Creole Food
When I worked at dominos, our "Linten Special" was a Cajun shrimp pizza. To prep it, we quite literally emptied a bag of tiny, pre-cooked shrimp into a container and poured some Tony's on it and let 'me soak.
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Yeah, enough Natchitoches STD talk...let's keep luring him in with food!

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Pan-fried Red Snapper filet with artichoke hearts and asparagus.

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Whoa ho hoooooa!
I missed snapper season by one week, when I was in Alabama this spring.

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