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re: Restaurant Recommendation for Sunday evening in Monroe - NOLA Tiger
Sorry to have set off the I-20 war. Thanks for the only useful response. Portico looks fine. Any recommendation on a good Mexican food place? ...
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Restaurant Recommendation for Sunday evening in Monroe - NOLA Tiger
Looking for a good restaurant option open on Sunday's for dinner. TIA...
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re: Need a better place for live crawfish in Nola area. - NOLA Tiger
Try Dennis' Seafood in Metairie (On Lorino a block off of Clearview and W. Esplanade)....
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re: best place to buy a steak in Metairie/NO - NOLA Tiger
Langenstein's and its not close. They always have prime and choice strips, filets and ribeyes available. Cheaper than WF and much better than big box value stores. I've been buying steaks from there for as long as I can remember and have never had a complaint. ...
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re: Brett Anderson's Annual Top 10 Nola Restaurant List - NOLA Tiger
I have successfully avoided that site and paper for a a while now (year or so), but fell off the wagon with the click on that article....
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re: Best NYC Steakhouse? - NOLA Tiger
Had a great meal at [link=(http://porterhousenyc.com/)]Porter House[/link] recently. Great view and service as well. Start with the Pappy Old Fashioned and the filet tartare ...
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re: Thanksgivings and Triggerings for 2016 - NOLA Tiger
Maybe this will help: [link=(http://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/thanksgiving)]LINK[/link] [link=(https://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/showingupforracialjustice/pages/1189/attachments/original/1479738354/SURJ_Thanksgiving_Toolkit.pdf?1479738354)]LINK[/link]...
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re: What Are the Chances to Transfer into LSU Law from Southern Law? - NOLA Tiger
Glad to hear SULC has added an evening division, because we didn't have enough attorneys in Louisiana already. I think its been well covered on this board before, but Southern Law School allows you to check the box of "graduated from accredited law school" (although Southern has had its challenge...
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re: Tell me about the Old-school party days of LSU - NOLA Tiger
Especially on fraternity bid day, the place was like the movie RoadHouse. ...
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re: Tell me about the Old-school party days of LSU - NOLA Tiger
Every group probably says it, but that was the end of the party era at LSU (or at least in that format). We had parties at the fraternity houses before the football games and bands at the houses after the game (every game). I remember toward the end of my time, LSU started requiring permits/cateri...
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re: Tell me about the Old-school party days of LSU - NOLA Tiger
"I remember running through the wet grass" on bid day from the Union, but the Ben Wynn deal was tough on every fraternity. I think that was the beginning of intense scrutiny on the fraternities. Murphy's closed soon thereafter (I can remember sorority girls being carried away from Murphy's in shop...
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re: Tell me about the Old-school party days of LSU - NOLA Tiger
I don't believe Bogies gained traction until late 90's (1996-97?)....
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re: Going to Doris Metropolitan for first time - NOLA Tiger
Tuna tartare and calamari salad are a perfect contrast to start, both are awesome....
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re: Why O is Not the man for the Job - NOLA Tiger
[quote]Don't get caught up in the PR campaign or the fact that he's racking up big numbers on offense (He knows he has to do that if he wants a shot at the job).[/quote] I love how this is thrown out like O is trying to run up the score on weaker teams. True, we beat three teams that have less tal...
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re: Southern Law Grads: Apply or Re-take the LSAT? - NOLA Tiger
Let me put it this way, there is a larger pool of qualified candidates from the other Louisiana law schools, but I would have no problem hiring a Southern grad. Again, I'm more focused on the person and if the person can do the work and make the firm money, law school affiliation is irrelevant. Od...
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re: Southern Law Grads: Apply or Re-take the LSAT? - NOLA Tiger
There are currently and have been plenty of Southern law grads working at "decent" law firms as associates and partners, including the elusive "WHITE MALE". I'm not sure what your definition of "decent" is, but I assume it involves firms that practice in the same areas as those that you listed as e...
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re: Southern Law Grads: Apply or Re-take the LSAT? - NOLA Tiger
Here's my $0.02: Most important thing to know going in is that the mission for SULC is to educate people of color for the practice of law. There are plenty of SULC grads in all areas of legal practice (Big Law to government) and I call tell you that there is a segment there that passes the bar at ...
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re: Southern Law Grads: Apply or Re-take the LSAT? - NOLA Tiger
Looks like 4 SULC grads at Kean Miller (2 partners). I'll stop there....
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re: Southern Law Grads: Apply or Re-take the LSAT? - NOLA Tiger
There are three SULC grads working for Jones Walker, two are partners....
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Court ruled the structure of the CFPB to be unconstitutional - NOLA Tiger
Not sure how many are aware of the opinion issued yesterday in PHH Corp. v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, United States Court of Appeals, D.C. Cir., Case No. 15-cv-01177. This highlights the complete disregard for the constitution and separation of powers by the current administration and o...
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