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New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast 

Welcome to Sharon Denise Talbot New Orleans weather 10 day forecast!  This is your New Orleans weather 10 day forecast. It will be updated daily. The New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is a valuable tool for planning all of your New Orleans outings.    While you are here in NOLA there are plenty of people to see, places to go and things to do.  Don’t miss any of them. Make sure you are not caught unawares. Be prepared for the Louisiana weather changes. Quick and convenient, just check here before you make your plans for the day!

High /
Low (°F)
Precip. %
Jan 16
Showers 62°/50° 60 %
Jan 17
Showers 61°/53° 70 %
Jan 18
Partly Cloudy 69°/49° 20 %
Jan 19
Partly Cloudy 58°/45° 20 %
Jan 20
Partly Cloudy 62°/33° 10 %
Jan 21
Partly Cloudy 47°/29° 10 %
Jan 22
Sunny 47°/40° 0 %
Jan 23
Sunny 57°/49° 0 %
Jan 24
Scattered Showers 63°/46° 30 %
Jan 25
Partly Cloudy 62°/44° 20 %

Good Morning NOLA!  We are waking up to a warmer Sunday. It looks like we won’t see lows back in the 30′s until the end of the week.  That works for me.  The high is in the 60′s today but there is also a 60 % chance of rain for the Big Easy today.  I think that we are not suppose to see those showers until the pm hours, but I would grab the umbrella  on your way to church as a precaution.  If you have things to do resign yourself to maybe getting a little wet whether you take care of them today or wait until tomorrow. Yes, there are more showers on the way for tomorrow. The grandbabies are still here and we have a few more things to check off the to-do list before they head home.  So “rain, rain, go away” we have plans for today! 

New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast 

New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast 

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Posted by admin - March 28, 2015 at 3:55 am

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LSU Sports

A quick tour of LSU sports

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Posted by admin - March 27, 2015 at 3:49 am

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louisiana culture fest

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Posted by Dwayne Coots - March 26, 2015 at 3:32 am

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Thrice 5

A few nice Louisiana Video images I found:

Thrice 5

Image by msmail
Photo taken at the Thrice/Brand New show. November 20, 2007, at the House of Blues in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Video up on YouTube, see my profile for the link.

Thrice 4

Image by msmail
Photo taken at the Thrice/Brand New show. November 20, 2007, at the House of Blues in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Video up on YouTube, see my profile for the link.

Light Rig

Image by msmail
A shot of the light rig used by both acts.

Photo taken at the Thrice/Brand New show. November 20, 2007, at the House of Blues in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Video up on YouTube, see my profile for the link.

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Posted by Kayra - March 25, 2015 at 2:57 am

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would i satisfy u? entertain u? and what show, if any, would u like to see me on?

Question by Undertaker4Lyfe: would i satisfy u? entertain u? and what show, if any, would u like to see me on?
i train everyday & work real hard on it

Name: Jonathan Hebert
From: Jennings, Louisiana

Nick Name(s):
The Louisiana Dream (Main One)
The Bayou Beast
The Secret from the Swamp
The Classical Cajun
Louis XV
King of Louisiana
The Rajin’ Cajun

“I will beat you .. within an inch .. of your life!”
“Tear Dat Ass Up!”
“Well beware! Cause I’m the real coonass!” (then start punching into an attack)
Like the Rock: “Cause I’m Straight From theeeee Swamp!”
D-Generation X “We are the second Generation, of Dee Generation!”
D-Generation X “For the thousands in attendance… And the millions watching at home… Whoooooooooooo’ssss gonna get ready to SUCK IT! If ya not down with that, we got two words for ya, SUCK IT!”
D-Generation X “Suck It!”
“Louis XXV, King of Louisiana”

” Rollin’ ” or ” HipHop Zyderock (Louisiation X) ”

Crotch Chops
Ok sign with pinky down.
Jeff Hardy fingers
3 Fingers with Thumb and Pointer’s down. (Sometimes in a cut throat form)

D-Generation X (LX)

Stable Moves:
Snap Shot
Cajundome Special (chop block / spear combo)
Immoveable Object (Superkick / Belly Pierce Combo)

Match Specialties:
Ladder / TLC Match
Demon’s Playground of Elimination (3 Stages of Hell 4-Way Elimination Style)
Louisiana Swamp Match (The ring is surounded with water with mud in it and has weapons floating including: fishing pools, drum sticks, floaty, fishing bucket, white perch LIVE fish(es), worms, and beer bottles. In this match the ring will have all ropes, but they will be covered in wet, slippery algae.)

Signature Weapons:
Signapore Cane
Mardi Gras Beeds

Basic Character
Heel: Comic/Delinquent/Egolistical Heel
Face: Showman/Hardcoe/Comic

The Black Gold (Superkick)
Frog Splash
-Cradle of Louisiana Oil / Oil Drill (Pedigree to double-underhook codebreaker. Note: This is the Cypress Knee Cap to heavier opponents.)

Danger Mode Moves
Passion, Destiny, and Consequence (Dragon Sleeper into an RKO and/or RKO)

Pre-Finish Moves:
Bayou Death Lock (Gogoplata)
Secret of the Swamp (GTS / Neck Breaker Combo)
Spine Buster (My Version)
Rydeem Buster

Creole Strikes (3 Right Hand Snap Jabs, Knee Attack, Uppercut, Blow To Gut, European Upper Cut, “Sucka” Taunt with Big Jab)
Whip to turnbuckle followed by a one-hand bulldog
Knife Edge Chops to ropes, then a whip followed by a running high knee. Then, a knee drop. When opponent gets up theres an elbow smash and then a snap STO.
Face buster to the knee followed by a whip and opponent comes back into my spinebuster.
Upper cut like Kane followed by a Rice Plant (Regal Neckbreaker) and then a Crack ‘Em In The Mouth.

Normal Moves:
Swamp Shooter (Elevated Sharpshooter)
Cypress Knee Cap (Runnings or Whip Into High Knee)
Katrina’s Devestation (Stone Cold Stunner)
Hebert Special (Turnbuckle DDT w/ Running Leg Drop)
Triangle Choke
Face Breaker (1. Pedigree Position, 2. Left Arm hooked under opponents, 3. Spin into a crossface)
Diving Closeline
Snap DDT
Figure 4-Leg Lock (“Nature Boy Love”)
Cajun Call (Spinning Side Slam)
Knee Smash
Arm-Wrench Hook Kick
Deadman’s Soul Seaker / TTT (Dragon Sleeper; Tribute to ‘Taker)
One-Hand Bulldog
“Love For The Deadman” / Dragon Sleeper
Knee Drop
Flying Closeline
Lariot Closeline
Snap Suplex
Released German Suplex
Walls of Jennings (Walls of Jericho)
Upper Cut (like Kane)
Crack ‘Em In the Mouth
Side Effect
Knife Edge Chop(s)
Flap Jack
Back Body Drop
People’s Knee Drop
Neck Breaker
Running Elbow Smash
Sportsman’s Paradise (Handstand on Turnbuckle into elbow drop on lying opponent)
Rice Plant (Masterlock into a Swinging Side Slam)
Dive Over The Top-Rope
Springboard Diving Closeline
Ankle Lock (Grapevine)
Last Ride (Counter to strikes on turnbuckle)
One-Hand Bulldog
Cotton Mouth [Anaconda] Vise Grip
Rice Cutter (Regal Cutter)
Muscle Strainer (Regal Stretch)

Best answer:

Answer by -.- I HAVE BEEN RATED R -.-
Yes you would your my idol.

Give your answer to this question below!

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Posted by mark - March 24, 2015 at 2:43 am

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Is this the same restaurant?

Question by jardie01: Is this the same restaurant?
I have a question. Is the restaurant “Mr. Cook” the same restaraunt as “Burger Tyme”. Some of the Burger Chefs that closed down in Louisiana and Mississippi became Mr. Cook, but they closed down in the ’90s. They were located in Louisiana and Mississippi in the ’90s.

Thanks and reply

Best answer:

Answer by muppetkiller_2000
I doubt it, there’s still a Burger Tyme, or two, in La. I saw them about 4 years ago.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

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Posted by admin - March 23, 2015 at 2:21 am

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Sell your Property at Kenner to a Buyer Looking at Life in a Suburb With Charm and With Modern Facilities

Kenner is a suburb of New Orleans in Louisiana. The city was founded in 1855 by Minor Kenner. It was built on the land of three plantation properties. This land was purchased by the Kenner family. The region also had swampland. A streetcar line operated between New Orleans and Kenner during 1915 – 1931. Kenner began to grow in the late 1950’s. This was due to developers who began subdividing, draining and filling the swampland in the northern half of the city. As the highway developed Kenner became a suburb of New Orleans and experienced rapid development.

Kenner is a city that is growing fast. It lies between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. It has a town atmosphere with the facilities of a big city. When you

sell your property at Kenner you are giving the buyer a good deal for the money. That is because Kenner is a great place to stay. A large number of businesses are operated at Kenner. It also has many hotels. The city has a good medical infrastructure with the Kenner Regional Medical Center. Air services are available near the city. The city has many nearby colleges and universities. It also has public high schools and, primary and middle schools. There are a few private primary and middle schools. The city also has numerous churches of various denominations.

The city has many recreational facilities such as a golf course, a country club, a city hall and a library. The city also features the Louisiana Toy Train Museum. The city has many shopping centers and parks. There are seversl AM and FM radio stations and also TV stations in the vicinity. The parks in the city offer gymnasiums, playgrounds and tennis courts. Other sports on offer are football, volleyball and basketball. The children’s programs here include arts, cooking, crafts, dance, gymnastics, karate, science, day camps and summer workshops. Leisure for the elders includes aerobics, arts, crafts, cooking, computers, fitness, dancing and tennis. The city has plenty of green space with walking and jogging trails, and picnic areas. These are guarantees that if you sell your property at Kenner the buyer will have a great time.

The government has created an environment conducive to business in the city. Almost all the licenses requirements can be availed online. There are many employment opportunities. The city has over 4000 businesses. The city is drawing in new investors and that will add to the economic development. The city also has many places for conventions including the large Pontchartrain Center. Rivertown touches the Mississippi River and is a historic district in this area. It has many museums, shops and cultural resources. Rivertown also has a theater, a heritage park, a planetarium and places to eat at. Laketown touches the Lake Pontchartrain and has a boat launch, pier, pavilions and, a jogging and biking path.When you sell your

property at Kenner, you are giving the buyer his or her money’s worth.

Melancon jeff

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Posted by admin - March 22, 2015 at 2:15 am

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The culture of the Creole (native) in Louisiana emerged from the blending of:?

The culture of the Creole (native) in Louisiana emerged from the blending of:

a. Native American, French and Latino cultures
b. Native American, French and African American cultures
c. Latino, French and African American cultures
d. French, Portuguese and Native American cultures

E. None of the above… There is no evidence that Native Americans are in this mix.

Always a controversial and confusing term, the word Creole, to put it simply, means many things to many people. It derives from the Latin creare, meaning "to beget" or "create." After the New World’s discovery, Portuguese colonists used the word crioulo to denote a New World slave of African descent. Eventually, the word was applied to all New World colonists, regardless of ethnic origin, living along the Gulf Coast, especially in Louisiana. There the Spanish introduced the word as criollo, and during Louisiana’s colonial period (1699-1803) the evolving word Creole generally referred to persons of African or European heritage born in the New World. By the nineteenth century, black, white, and mixed-race Louisianians used the term to distinguish themselves from foreign-born and Anglo-American settlers. It was during that century that the mixed-race Creoles of Color (or gens de couleur libre, "free persons of color") came into their own as an ethnic group, enjoying many of the legal rights and privileges of whites. They occupied a middle ground between whites and enslaved blacks, and as such often possessed property and received formal educations. After the Civil War, most Creoles of Color lost their privileged status and joined the ranks of impoverished former black slaves. All the while, however, the word Creole persisted as a term also referring to white Louisianians, usually of upper-class, non-Cajun origin (although, confusingly, even Cajuns sometimes were called Creoles, primarily by outsiders unfamiliar with local ethnic labels). Like the Creoles of Color, these white Creoles (also called French Creoles) suffered socioeconomic decline after the Civil War. In Acadiana, newly impoverished white Creoles often intermarried with the predominantly lower-class Cajuns, and were largely assimilated into Cajun culture.

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Posted by admin - March 21, 2015 at 2:00 am

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Texas Nuggets: Trivia Buff Knowledge

How much do you really know about the Lone Star state? If you think you are a true Texas trivia buff, check out these fun trivia facts and see how many you already knew. You might just be gain some knowledge that you can use to impress your friends and family!

~ There have been six separate national flags to fly over the state of Texas over the last 500 years. Texas was governed by Spain, France, Mexico, The Confederate States, The Republic of Texas, and of course, the United States of America. This fact is where the Six Flags theme parks got their name, being that the first of the chain was located in Texas.

~ Texas has more inland water than any other state in the continental US. Of these more than 6700 reservoirs, there is only one natural lake in the entire state of Texas. Caddo Lake, which is located on the Louisiana border, is the only water source that is considered a natural lake. All other “lakes” within Texas’ borders are either manmade or simply a part of a river.

~ Texas became part of the United States as a part of the treaty that ended the Mexican-American war in 1848. Texas gained its independence from Mexico in 1836, however the US Congress denied its annexation in 1844 because of the threat of war with Mexico. It was only after the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo that the annexation of Texas was resolved between the two countries.

~ There have been 7 cities that served as the capital of Texas, though some only briefly. From 1836 through 1839, Columbia, Galveston, Velasco, Washington-on-the-Brazos, Harrisburg, and Houston all served as capital for a short amount of time. In 1839, Austin was named the new capital of the state and it remains there today.

~ Texas has more professional sports teams than any other US state, including: 2 National Football League teams, 2 Major League Baseball teams, 3 National Basketball Association teams,  a Major League soccer team. an American Football League team, a Women’s National Basketball Association team and a National Hockey League team.

~ The largest city in Texas is Houston, with just under 2 million residents as of the 2000 census. There are several towns that make the claim of being the smallest in Texas, with a total of 26 incorporated towns and census-designated places claiming a population of less than 100 residents.

~ The state capital building in Austin was constructed in 1888 from Sunset Red granite, on a foundation of limestone. It stands 15 feet taller than the Capitol building in Washington, DC and has more square footage than any other state capital building in the United States.

Texas is an amazing state, filled with many amazing facts and trivia. By taking the time to learn about the history of the great state of Texas, you can become a font of fascinating information. Texas truly is one of the biggest wonders of the United States

Joe Cline

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Posted by admin - March 20, 2015 at 1:45 am

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Best State for Sports? Worst State for Sports?

I think the best state for sports is Louisiana(LSU(07 BCS Champs). Saints(Went further then ever, NFC Championship, 2006) Hornets(playoffs, 2008)
Who says we’re all cajuns? Im not.

Cali is overrated lol

my home state of Michigan might fit both of those.

Best: Red Wings, Pistons, Spartans, Wolverines (Sometimes Tigers)
Worst: Lions, (sometimes Tigers)

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Posted by admin - March 19, 2015 at 1:28 am

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