Drive by Tourist. New Orleans. Louisiana pt. 3. My dog kelly makes new friends.
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LMAO! I scared Bre and didn’t even try lol. But yeah we was just boiling food on a random day. This was before Christmas.
Greater Gulf States Bodybuilding Show. 6/27/09
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Oak Alley Plantation October 2010 quite interesting I think the house is actually haunted..there were deaths in there. I found it very odd they would not let us in the kitchen and we could NOT enter on the 3rd floor at all. They tried saying it was a fire hazard! whatever! there happened to be a festival there that day so it ended up being really fun. I did manage to get some video of inside the plantation although for some reason they said camaras were not allowed. Watch the other video’s and you will be able to see the inside!!!
This was filmed at night, in low light, with a Sony Cyber Shot still camera. Mr. Wayne Toupes, a master at his trade!
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U.S. authorities have expanded fishing restrictions in the Gulf of Mexico because of fears of contamination from the BP oil leak. The spill poses a threat to the safety of seafood from the Gulf, and the future of the fishing industry in Louisiana and nearby states. VOA’s Brian Wagner has more.
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Jan Garber began his career on America’s bandstands as a modest quartet (including his own violin) following World War I. It later emerged as a ‘hot band’ in the 1920s; a ‘sweet’ band in the early 1930s through the early 1940s; a ‘swing’ band during World War II; and back to the ‘sweet’ style permanently in late 1945.
The conoisseurs of the “hot dance music” consider Jan Garber’s 1920s style as belonging to the very best achievements of the dance music of the era. Andy Razaf’s “Louisiana” is a perfect example of the possibilities of that band.
Recorded for Columbia, 1928
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Had a song in the 1980s no more one more chance
I’m from Louisiana. His name is Jo-el Sonnier’ “No More One More Time”. Great song, great artist. I love to hear him when he’s speaking Cajun French. It’s an awesome culture. I just love him. 2D
A Photo slide show of the Famous Louisiana French Creoles.com then and now
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Jake Slaughter’s condensed highlights from 9 year tackle football. Cavalier Youth Football. Shreveport, Louisiana.
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