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re: Taco Bell fans rejoice - Martini
Only thing I will eat is the crunchy tacos with green sauce. and they discontinued the green sauce. wtf?...
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re: What to do in San Antonio? - Martini
Bohanans is a great steakhouse. The candied jalapeño creme cheese is a great snack and lobster cream corn is great side. Big bone in ribeye or strip and a good Merlot. Tito's, Garcia and LaFogata for Mexican. ...
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re: Has anyone lived in Albuquerque? Info would be appreciated. - Martini
Santa Fe is exactly one hour north and the Mexican food is great. I noticed a lot of areas with really nice houses with no paved streets. ...
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re: Older Baton Rouge residents. What lead to the decline of NBR? - Martini
[quote] If memory serves me correct, there was a lot of NIMBY type shite even back then to fight the Lee Dr. widening.[/quote] This has been always and still is. One neighborhood civic association has held that area hostage ...
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re: Older Baton Rouge residents. What lead to the decline of NBR? - Martini
[quote]They had a big street program around that time funded by a parish tax and NBR received major street improvements and most of the bigger streets were four laned and the result was a nice grid pattern that you see today. SBR never got the upgrade and phase II of the plan was defeated at the po...
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re: Older Baton Rouge residents. What lead to the decline of NBR? - Martini
[quote]Yep. If you talk to really older people from BR, NBR was always seen as the sort of 'other side of the tracks' part of town. No doubt it was certainly nicer and more vibrant when you had a stable working class population living there, but it was never really seen as a desirable part of the ...
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re: Older Baton Rouge residents. What lead to the decline of NBR? - Martini
[quote]They had smaller operations before then, but they really exploded during WWII. That coincides with Baton Rouge going from being literally a small town to a decent sized city. A lot of white working class folks moved into town from rural areas (a lot actually from Mississippi) to come work i...
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re: Question for contractors/carpenters - Martini
Where is the camp located? And is it a "camp" or a "Camp." My point being if its not something you want to spend a lot of money on and it is raised someone can get under it and just nail new joist next to the bad ones. If it is more of a "family camp" then you probably need to replace some sub...
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re: Where to buy live blue crabs in BR today - Martini
[quote]Paul Allen's drawers?[/quote] Next to the 2 penis's. I prefer the medium/large. Bought 10 dozen in Grand Isle last week. Only a couple not full but almost all full of fat which is my favorite part. $5 dozen. 100 lbs 20 count shrimp $2.25 lb. ...
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re: Wheel falls off my truck today while driving after tire rotation - LNST - Martini
[quote]new studs [/quote] Lugs, not studs. Hence "lugnut". Don't give these people something new. We will have "stud nuts" tied to truck bumpers before long. And I had the hub blow out on a boat trailer at 2am going to Port Eads on Hwy 23 and the whole thing shot off into a cane field never ...
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re: Got pulled over and told the cop I had a pistol... - Martini
Stopped in St Francisville, officer asked and I said yes under console he said 66 in a 45 why so fast? I said I had to shite bad he said good day and slow the frick down. ...
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re: Man the oilfield sucks - Martini
[quote] My TWIC expired since I've been overseas 5 years. Plus I would never work industrial. It's like asking Picaso to get a job at a bakery. I'm an oilman dammit!!!![/quote] Well the world needs ditch diggers too. ...
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re: Man the oilfield sucks - Martini
Any of these oilfield boys have TWIC cards? Hard to find a man willing to work industrial. ...
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re: Caddilac Cafe- what is the best nights to go - Martini
[quote]You seem to enjoy e-sucking posters' cocks nightly on the Food & Drink board. So what's your point?[/quote] I think his point was Pawl apparently likes penis....
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re: Pepper Use? - Martini
Pepper vinegar. When I was a kid all the old guys made it, especially the old Italians. Put the peppers, whole in a bottle (A lot of them used old gin or clear liquor bottles) and pour hot white vinegar over them and cap. Longer it sits, hotter it gets. My parents put them on green, spinach. I still...
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re: Leaving for New York Saturday, any food recs? - Martini
Not Ray's....
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re: Mississippi Sheriff Takes to Facebook - Martini
Give a brotha a rope-wanna be a cowboy. ...
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re: Moscow Mule Mugs - Martini
Use regular table salt and white vinegar to keep the patina from them. ...
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re: No reverse sear No green egg just cooked in a pan - Martini
If you had a bite of each pictured while blindfolded I'd be willing to bet you could not tell the difference. ...
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