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yaboidarrell
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westbank
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Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
Honestly this was one of the better looking/cleaner hoods he's driven through.

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SEClint
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
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Hoodologist


How some people waste their time is amazing


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gthog61
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
looks like Helena, AR, at least before half of it rotted down


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HeadSlash
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
Glen Oaks?


ElTigre
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
Everyone must be at work!


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upgrayedd
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
The really sad part is knowing all that blight used to be nice middle class America


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fallguy_1978
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
The worst hoods in BR were working class neighborhoods 30-60 years ago. They are as dangerous as bad areas of most cities now though.
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doubleb
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2006
24473 posts

re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
The bottoms
SBR


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The Boat
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
It’s a shame because the scenery of north BR and EBR Parish is so much prettier than south BR.


lsusteve1
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
Louisiana has a cultural issue more than anything.

It's trashy people

You don't need to be rich to take care of your home & surrounding City.

It's downright embarrassing


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fallguy_1978
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Half mile from St George
Member since Feb 2018
33475 posts

re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
NBR is also far more well designed from a road/infrastructure standpoint. SBR is essentially a bunch of patchwork connections that were made out of necessity.

I grew up in Central but only a few miles from BR. Back then, we cut through NBR to get pretty much anywhere. I know that part of the city reasonably well.


tigersmanager
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
Definitely NBR


doubleb
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
Thomas Delpit is in SBR


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danilo
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
I lived in BR for a decade and can’t identify any of those streets except Eddie Robinson Dr and one of the state streets


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questionable
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chinhoyang
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Member since Jun 2011
17993 posts

re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
The dumped garbage and furniture along the road starting at 3:59 ... damn, Louisiana loves litter.

Took a road trip to Nebraska a while ago - amazing to drive down roads without all the f'in trash dumped along it.



Koach K
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Member since Nov 2016
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
Don't feel alone. Other states in the southeast have imported enough littering scum that it is hard to escape now.


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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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Here
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re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
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The worst hoods in BR were working class neighborhoods 30-60 years ago.


Coming soon to an ascension parish subdivision near you!


Mike da Tigah
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Member since Feb 2005
53087 posts

re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
It’s always been puzzling to me how being poor equates to not being able to dispose of garbage properly. Is this systemic racism from the sanitation department?


Fewer Kilometers
LA-Lafayette Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2007
30499 posts

re: Hoodologist visits Baton Rouge
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Is this systemic racism from the sanitation department?

I think so. I see mini-dumps in the hood and shake my head, but then realize that if I did that in front of my house it would get picked up in a week or so.

I’m more frustrated by the ones who dump their trash in parking lots.


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