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Many things are poorly built in NOLA. For example the Saints QB or the nba team

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I didn't realize Drew was built poorly. I know he's a bit small but it hasn't affected him much on the football field, but maybe you're correct.

The Pelicans? They had a pretty poor year injury wise. Seems like everyone missed time at some point. Anderson and Holliday missed the majority of the season. They've got plenty of talent though and hopefully rebound this coming season. I'm hoping you aren't a Bobcats fan claiming the Pelicans are built poorly lol.

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Worst part is.....I have to hire a staff of Saints/LSU fans to do a job correctly! Big challenges await

 

god help you if you need consistent electrical power

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My wife's family lives in Naw'lins so we come twice a year. First off, the worst drivers I have ever seen and I have lived in both NY and Fla. I-10 is constant grid lock and accidents every mile or so....total cluster "F". Think another SB here would be laughable unless you repelled from a helicopter onto the Super Dome.Went to the French qtr for some food (which is great) and with the drunks,trannies, and freaks,it was pretty entertaining.Asheville has nothing on this place when we are talking bizarre people(to each his own...that's why I love Asheville).Saints flags every where and Brees's mug every where..even overheard tour guides saying "drew eats here and likes this restaurant" etc.Have my Panthers plate on my vehicle and love the stink eye's I get.Reporting from the huddle's favorite city and getting ready to fight my way out...the lone Panther fan here in town.

 

 

Never been to the big swamp below sea level, but my wife was born and raised in Asheville.  The whole family migrated to Raleigh though...

 

It's a decent place to visit, with a magnificent landscape, and probably a great place to live for most.

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I didn't realize Drew was built poorly. I know he's a bit small but it hasn't affected him much on the football field, but maybe you're correct.

 

it's not that he's built poorly it's just we didn't know they stacked poo that high

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New Orleans is essentially a fourth world Country. 

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it's not that he's built poorly it's just we didn't know they stacked poo that high

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Try not to breath through your nose.

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moar like lake pondshartstain

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DO NOT wear sandals out in the quarter. Horrible, horrible diseases await you.

Enjoy NOLA though. All saints hate aside it really is a unique city. Just don't go outside downtown or to Metarie.l

Also fire ants

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went back in March for business, stayed at the Hilton Riverside down near the Quarter... Food was unfreakinbelievable and the women were good lookin, (not sure if they were locals or tourists though). The French Quarter is overrated imo. Personally, I left kind of feeling a little icky. Not to mention it sucked seeing so many bums with dogs. If you can't feed yourself, how you going to feed a dog that is completely dependent on your own well-being?

 

Bar man at the hotel was cool and insightful. He'd lived there for 45 years and swears that Katrina was a "cleansing", both spiritually and socially for the city. He likened it to nature's way of pruning.

 

Overall was a pretty fun trip, but nothing could deter my hatred for the Saints.

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The only thing French in this area must be the name and it look like a tourists trap even from 4800 miles away..

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