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Mike da Tigah
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Mike, are you saying the people in Prairieville that are blowing their perpetual load because a Sammy's is opening out there are not cool??


Let's just say that people tend to move to places that most fit their personality. It's not really a slap, and I don't think it's their fault really, as its just the fact that they haven't been exposed to much outside of the world in which they directly live in and are exposed to, so they don't think in these terms, but honestly, the vast majority of BR is not plugged in because they never or rarely leave the area, and when they do, it's usually to Destin or the like, places where they are familiar with and feel comfortable.






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Rouge
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BR is not plugged in because they never or rarely leave the area, and when they do, it's usually to Destin or the like, places where they are familiar with and feel comfortable
that could be said for most of south Louisiana






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Mike da Tigah
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That could be said for most of south Louisiana


True.






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TexasTiger05
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Let's just say you finding fault with the place people choose to live, choose to eat, what music they listen to, what they spend their money on is the height of pretension.

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It's not really a slap, and I don't think it's their fault really, as its just the fact that they haven't been exposed to much outside of the world
List the places outside the US that you have visited. You know the world so well, man.

Also, the area (obviously you don't have to go into specifics like your address) where you live in BR. Unless it's any of the cool kid neighborhoods, and I doubt it is since you avoid the question, then you have zero ground to stand and chastise people.






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TexasTiger05
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BR is not plugged in because they never or rarely leave the area, and when they do, it's usually to Destin or the like, places where they are familiar with and feel comfortable
that could be said for most of south Louisiana


true, south La- hell, the south, is known for that






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Rouge
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tt05 lived inside the loop, so she can speak on cool people things





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Topwater Trout
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as its just the fact that they haven't been exposed to much outside of the world in which they directly live in and are exposed to, so they don't think in these terms, but honestly, the vast majority of BR is not plugged in because they never or rarely leave the area,


Family of 4 living in BR vs a family of 4 living in another city(that is cool)....do you really think their lives will be much different? I don't they will do the same crap no matter where they live.

ETA- a couple with no children could live different lives but families are pretty much going to have the exact same routine regardless of what city they live in.



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Mike da Tigah
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TexasTiger, you're making this a personal vendetta about me, rather than addressing the issues I'm presenting. You don't live here, yet feel some compulsion to defend it because I suppose you have some ties here. That's great, but you no longer live here. It's not your fight. Relax. You can look at things honestly. It is good for you to be honest with yourself at times. Nobody is fooled about BR. They all get it.





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TexasTiger05
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No, I can't. The lame is incredibly strong with me.

One thing I can't stand is people holding themselves above others based on the way they choose to live their lives. Or things that aren't their business like where they vacation. My parent's who gasp! live in Prairieville taught me that.






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dewster
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The people are nice. Every hole in the wall restaurant has live music. Within a few hours of a decent beach.

Not a bad thing.

Life is what you make of it. You can be happy in almost any city it you want to. Moving won't automatically give you the life you want. You have to work at it. It doesn't just happen.



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TexasTiger05
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I suppose you have some ties here
the address on my current driver's license reads Prairieville, it's my home base when i'm back in the US.







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Rouge
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My parent's who gasp! live in Prairieville taught me that.
what is it with your family?

yall keep going, but you just cant wait to get out of africa

TITULAR LINE!!!!






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TexasTiger05
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but you just cant wait to get out of africa

TITULAR LINE!!!!
nerd.






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Rouge
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have not tought of that reference in years

awww, upright citizens brigade






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Mike da Tigah
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the address on my current driver's license reads Prairieville, it's my home base when i'm back in the US.





Contrary to popular opinion and the fact that it's a different incorporated city in another parish of Louisiana, Prarieville is not Baton Rouge. It's Prarieville, and it resides in Ascension Parish.






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Rickety Cricket
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Life is what you make of it. You can be happy in almost any city it you want to. Moving won't automatically give you the life you want. You have to work at it. It doesn't just happen.

Awful soul-crushing traffic doesn't exist in every city. And you can't exactly make lemonade out of that big lemon.






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shawnlsu
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Mike da Tigah


And still over 2 threads on the same subject and being asked numerous times, you won't say what part of the city you live in. my guess is Zachary






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Mike da Tigah
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Off Jefferson. Maybe now you can address the issues associated with BR and how we can make it a really desirable place to live.

You're on the clock.






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Topwater Trout
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Maybe now you can address the issues associated with BR and how we can make it a really desirable place to live.


Why do you live here?







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TexasTiger05
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Contrary to popular opinion and the fact that it's a different incorporated city in another parish of Louisiana, Prarieville is not Baton Rouge. It's Prarieville, and it resides in Ascension Parish
Had more to do with your views of people in Prairieville.

And I have no personal vendetta against you. I'd respond the same way to anyone who posted the things you post. You're looking down at people for things that aren't your business.

Reminds me of your totally uninformed Way to being a Chef thread. I asked you several times what position in a restaurant you worked, had to ask at least 5 times, and you finally put "i worked on the line", and didn't elaborate after taht. You looked down on people when you yourself were completely ignorant of the way things truly work. Same as this thread, and the other one, I asked what area you live in Br and you don't answer. Because you prob live in a side walked, squared off area with homes taht were built in the 70's or 80's.







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