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re: Sulphur man accused of hitting child with belt, fishing pole - Mike da Tigah
[quote]I remember holding a bar of soap in my mouth for using cuss words.[/quote] Yeah, I had that too. I can tell you just how nasty Lifebuoy tasted. We can compare the flavor complexities of it to say Lava soap. :lol:...


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re: Sulphur man accused of hitting child with belt, fishing pole - Mike da Tigah
The thing that concerns me more than whippings is being old and surrounded by people who weren't whipped when they were young and needed it. What a pansy arse entitled spoiled country we are facing in the future. Many a times growing up we received whipping with belts and switches that war...


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re: Kid gets kicked in the head while taking a selfie - Mike da Tigah
You don't tug on Superman's cape You don't spit into the wind You don't pull the mask off that old Lone Ranger And you don't mess around with trains or engineers. ...


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re: Kid gets kicked in the head while taking a selfie - Mike da Tigah
[quote]yep. Very real chance he could've kicked him down and under a roller. Engineer would've been fuuuuucked.[/quote] Not as much as the kid would have, which is why you respect tons of metal coming down the tracks. It's a physics thing. ...


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re: Kid gets kicked in the head while taking a selfie - Mike da Tigah
Don't stand close to train, don't get kicked in the head. Got it. ...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote]In other words Baton Rouge really is turning into New Orleans.[/quote] And without anything as cool as New Orleans offers as a consolation prize for living there. You're right, in that if BR doesn't get it's head out of its own arse it will end up just like it. In some ways Baton Rouge is...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote]Well, we can unfortunately agree that the route of the problem is one common denominator, African Anericans [/quote] I don't think that's fair. They constitute roughly half the population. If it were the case, you couldn't walk outside without being hit by a stray bullet or one with yo...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote]Every house in BR with a black family is considered NBR, didn't you hear?[/quote] I guess it's just easier for some to think of it like it were a different city than to come to grips with the fact that it is where they live. That's another pattern, a pattern of avoiding it by not thinking...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote]the murder rate was higher before rap was a mainstream thing[/quote] Yeah, I remember BR well before rap, back in the 70's and even up to the early 80's, and I'd disagree with that. It was a hell of a lot better place in all areas back then. There has always been the criminal element, ju...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote]Every morning I see all of the BRPD cop cars coming back to BR from AP.[/quote] LP too. Does my heart good to see those EBRP police cars parked in another parish. I just know they have a real personal vested interest in the city and in going after the criminal element that affects their ...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote] All of them were black on black. [/quote] I'm going with Drug on Drug, or maybe Thug on Thug. People glamorize the thug life in rap, television, and the movies, and we wonder why those who listen to rap and have nothing to do all day, watch a lot of television and movies end up act...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote]starring or Gardere - I for one do not consider this to be SBR. [/quote] :lol: O'rly, and just what would you call it, being it's in SBR and bordering the proposed St. George? ...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote]which is why i moved away and havent looked back.[/quote] A slew of our current EBRPD officers did that too. ...


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re: Baton Rouge keeps on keeping on - Mike da Tigah
[quote]NBR = don't care[/quote] Most of that occurred in SBR. ...


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re: Reports: Boston Marathon finish line evacuated - Mike da Tigah
Lock down the city, all rights and liberties revoked. House to house warrantless searches are in order. Call in Seal Team Six, an aircraft battle group, the ATF, and seize all weaponry, and yes, that means junior's Red Ryder BB Gun. Redistribute all wealth, and initiate Operation Overlord. ...


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re: Has the world changed for the better or worse in the last 75 years or so? - Mike da Tigah
[quote]some good came out of it too (more tolerance for people who are different, less religious/cultural dogma, etc) [/quote] [quote]People can't complain about lack of societal filtersand ignore the fact that we are more free. [/quote] But what you mentioned above are societal filters, and ...


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re: Has the world changed for the better or worse in the last 75 years or so? - Mike da Tigah
One more things that's increased dramatically over the past 75 years or so, and that's TRASHINESS and the lack of good manners in people. This you can see everywhere you go, and it's perhaps the most blatant example of things that have changed over the years and seem to be steadily getting worse to...


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re: Has the world changed for the better or worse in the last 75 years or so? - Mike da Tigah
[quote]capitalism. People aren't going to the local stores because they have a demand for cheaper products[/quote] They just don't value it anymore because most don't know any better, and especially if it's not in their culture to value it, it's not high on their radar. Another is cooking bein...


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re: Has the world changed for the better or worse in the last 75 years or so? - Mike da Tigah
[quote]How are the arts dying? There's more art being created and shared today than ever before. [/quote] I'm thinking more along the lines of bakers, butchers, sausage makers, cheese makers, candlestick makers, etc. not that they aren't present, but just that mainstream is the lady putting prem...


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re: Has the world changed for the better or worse in the last 75 years or so? - Mike da Tigah
I think it's both better and worse. Better is technology, medical advancement, information, not working as hard physically, standard of living, transportation, etc... Worse is morality, lack of community, dying arts, commuting, having money to buy a lot of shit, but too busy to enjoy it, a bre...


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re: The Blues of Living in BR: a BR blues fest review in Huffington Post - Mike da Tigah
[quote]North Baton Rouge went from having established middle class neighborhoods to a wasteland of roving gangs.[/quote] For here, I'd say the big housing boom had as much to do with it as anything in the 90's and early 2000's especially, as well as some other factors. What should have become ...


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re: The Blues of Living in BR: a BR blues fest review in Huffington Post - Mike da Tigah
[quote]I agree with this. Sadly, I think a lot of it, honestly, has to do with the crime, traffic, and parking situation near most of these "cool" places. Most of these "cool" places have shitty parking (Mud & Water is the exception) and are in areas prone to massive traffic headaches between them a...


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re: The Blues of Living in BR: a BR blues fest review in Huffington Post - Mike da Tigah
[quote] I know it sounds trivial now but we had JUST gotten our first Outback Steakhouse, Hooters, and Ninfas(this was big deal in early 90s), and can't leave out the The Gold Club. [/quote] :lol: WOW!!!! ...


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re: The Blues of Living in BR: a BR blues fest review in Huffington Post - Mike da Tigah
[quote]I would've figured '94 was worse than '84. Wasn't north baton rouge livable in the 80's?[/quote] In my experience it was. I was dating many girls who lived off Plank Road and went to Istrouma and Redemptorist, as well as the Belaire area. By 94, or let's say 96 when I moved back to town ...


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re: Tell me about Kale. What's the deal? - Mike da Tigah
[quote]That being said, mustard greens and turnip greens have very similar flavor and texture profiles and cost much less, they are just not as trendy[/quote] I don't find that they taste the same or share the same texture. Mustards in particular are quite distinct in flavor from most all greens...


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re: 300+ Nevada ranchers and militia stage an armed insurrection against the USBLM - Mike da Tigah
[quote]What's your point?[/quote] My point is they seem to own a hell of a lot of land. Just trying to figure out who they are and who they bank with. I'm pretty sure the Chinese, but I think there are some other shareholders but maybe I'm mistaken. ...


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re: 300+ Nevada ranchers and militia stage an armed insurrection against the USBLM - Mike da Tigah
[quote]the federal government[/quote] Who do they bank with? ...


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re: 300+ Nevada ranchers and militia stage an armed insurrection against the USBLM - Mike da Tigah
[quote]If he wants to graze his cattle then he can own the land. If he doesn't own the land then he can quit bitching. TPOS free loading off tax payer money. [/quote] He doesn't own the land? Who does? ...


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re: 300+ Nevada ranchers and militia stage an armed insurrection against the USBLM - Mike da Tigah
[quote] basically the government took over the land some time back this his family has been ranching on since the 1800s , the government claimed that they could only allow a few cattle to graze the land because there was a dessert turtle that was an endangered species ..... but then the governm...


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re: 300+ Nevada ranchers and militia stage an armed insurrection against the USBLM - Mike da Tigah
[img]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-wnEHgS053IE/UB0u42oRnhI/AAAAAAAABBM/zVFB9hwncLk/s640/dr_strangelove_kubrick-1366x768.jpg[/img] You interest me fr33manator ...


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