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We walked to "The Ruby Slipper"' a local Marigny breakfast joint. The neighborhood is picturesque and a busy site of new remodels, street work and new paint. We are reminded of the HBO series "Treme" around every corner. We expect Antoine or Davis to appear at any moment. After a big breakfast, we decide to visit the WWII museum. This new museum is so well done. They open with an introductory movie done with the help of Tom ...
... and innovations under near and continuous surveillance. That Apple adamantly refuses because they have some Government-like excuses and so called policy issues that they don't want visitors to switch off their OS. They're also certain that everybody is content with their OS which I think is a gross misunderstanding and 100 % a bogus conception and is, obviously, a denial of human psychology. No, I am not an allergic to Apple, actually, ...
... Go Tide” “Sooonersss” or when you head north O-H-I-O, etc. from
each state from each city. Man they get more people out to a game between kids
going to school they we get out to see the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the coaches
of these kids are making more money then the coaches of the NFL. It just does
not compute with me, as at home, most university sports teams are lucky to have
5000 attend a game, and I am stretching this by an extra 0, ...
... was basically cake. It was a great dinner and there was no ridiculous tax on it. After that we headed down to the nearest bar with live jazz music. We had a couple beers and watched a 3 piece jazz/blues band play, they were pretty old guys but they were good. We didn't stay late as we were pretty tired and wanted to get up for the cooking school and airboat swamp tour in the morning tomorrow. So after the band finished and a couple beers we walked back and went to ...
... walking around all day and night with a drink in your hand. Randy said they even have drive-thru daiquiri bars there if you don't want to get out of your car. Whew! We also noticed the streets were filled with hippies and beatniks like it was the 60's or something. They all had dogs with them. Randy took us to Stanley's for brunch on Friday at Jackson Square in ...
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