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[quote]LSU has a pretty big gymnastics following. There are tons of little girl gymnasts all over Baton Rouge that have been watching them and want to see them in person. [/quote] My 3 year old daughter went to one of their meets and had an absolute blast. ...
[quote]These aren't real jobs. [/quote] It pays real money. Students have to cover this nonsense with their tuition and fees. Some go into debt for the rest of their lives for this crap. Many of them actually wonder why college costs so much. ...
[quote]Governor’s mansion and Spanishtown are fine but the rest of it travels through the “Bermuda triangle” of murders in BR. [/quote] Lakeridge is a nice neighborhood in north Baton Rouge. But it's only like 15 houses..... and right in between those two other neighborhoods you mentioned. ...
It might work. I had to do research on site selection for a company that was considering a place on Florida blvd years ago. The section with those service roads are weird....could never figure out how to calculate traffic counts accurately. I think those retailers would be better served ...
My company is getting around this by just offshoring the entry level stuff. So we are still screwing the next generation, but it's better because we discriminate against all young Americans equally now. :usa:...
[quote]I can’t wait - North BTR has been robbing the parish taxpayer blind for decades. Once this domino falls, we’ll see a huge decentralization and re-emergence of neighborhood organization.[/quote] IF this goes through (it likely will), you will see some of the larger neighborhoods try to set ...
The new school district is critical to the region IMO. EBR public schools have been pretty close to a total failure for decades now....
[quote]Sounds pretty normal and one reason why single-study, industry-sponsored studies are better when there are groups of them by different organizations coming to very similar conclusions. [/quote] Private industry had funded research and has some influence over what takes priority with that ...

re: Yale and Columbia

Posted by dewster on 4/22/24 at 8:59 am
[quote]Total chaos right now. Why aren't they getting the Ole Miss/Alabama treatment of the 1960s? [/quote] Look who is in charge........
[quote]Records show that after Shell donated $25m in 2022 to LSU to create the Institute for Energy Innovation, the university gave the fossil fuel corporation license to influence research and coursework for the university’s new concentration in carbon capture, use and storage.[/quote] Shell is ...
[quote]Well first of all, yes, it literally would be. And it wasn't just CNN--it was covered by every national news outlet. There were riots all over the place from the Sterling situation. It was in the news for weeks, along with the cop killings that it instigated. [/quote] Considering the fuel...
[quote]bro...nobody heard about this or gives a shite about protests in BR [/quote] You must have been in a coma that year. I was in Pittsburgh and those damn protesters were blocking the Squirrel Hill tunnel because of Alton Sterling. Then two radical lunatics decided to start killing cop...
[quote]Minneapolis- Summer 2020 Baton Rouge- Summer 2016 Ferguson/St. Louis- Summer 2014 New York/Wall Street/Brooklyn; Sanford (FL) - Spring and Summer 2012[/quote] So basically it happens the summer before every close election.......
NPR are puppets of the ruling class; particularly the far left wing elements of it....
[quote]When I was a kid/ young adult, I don't ever recall a tornado in Louisiana. Maybe we just hear more about them now? It was always Kansas or Oklahoma etc... WTF happened. [/quote] Probably hear about them more now, and our cities tend to sprawl more so homes/businesses are more likely to be...
There were two confirmed tornadoes near Baton Rouge last week. One near New Roads, and another just north of St. Francisville near the high school. Both featured winds around 100-110 mph. ...
[quote]Probably just these new DEI hiring policies. [/quote] I bet everyone on board those ships or at that warf in the OP's picture gets paid more than Caitlin Clark. ...
[quote] Is it true that the wood and build quality these days are lacking?[/quote] Yes. Very much so. And the actual quality of construction is worse. ...
[quote]I made a report with hospital security but haven't called police yet.[/quote] Call police. Stolen card is a serious crime. ...