Baton Rouge

  Yesterday, my sister took me to the state capital buildings, yes with an “s” because Baton Rouge has a new one and an old one. The new one was built in the 1930’s by Huey P. Long the governor at the time and it would be the building in which he was shot in […]

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So Hard For The Money

i went to the world famous French Quarter. It happened that i was fortunate to be there during the last day of the French Quarter Festival. There was live music on the streets and many people out enjoying the sunshine. It was a bit more expensive than usual for parking, so that was unfortunate. The […]

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Avery Island the Home of Tabasco

Today i went to Avery Island. It is where the most famous hot sauce, Tabasco, is made. It was really fascinating hearing about the process of making the sauce. It is stored three years in wooden barrels and then stirred for 20 something days. Even more exciting to hear, Tabasco Company is into saving the […]

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Slavery Bad, Payback Bad Too

Many people today believe that they are owed something because of something that happen a long time ago. i disagree. If we go with that mentality then many of us could find a group that owes us for something. This is in regards to Haiti wanting money from France. You can read the article at […]

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