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  1. I hope it's good! I've only been to the Hartford location. Kinda bland. I noticed that at every table people were pouring on the oregano, parmesan, and pepper flakes.
  2. Don't shy away from going soon! It's closing next year but not right away, said the guy taking orders who always remembers we take gorgonzola on our pizzas.
  3. This was on TCM today and I saw all but the first half hour. Amazing tension! OMG, there's a scene where the U-Boat captain, his lieutenant, and chief have made it through an amazing escape against all odds and come on board a cushy ship where nobody understands the impossible orders of the high command, or has any real idea of the hardship they put the men through! I thought of how nobody in the Memphis airport in Cast Away knew what they were saying to Tom Hanks when they said they were bringing him back to life ("I've BEEN through life, thank you!), or the craziness and uncaring of the number of missions assigned to Yossarian and the men in Catch-22. Sinking the destroyer and turning away from dying men jumping off the ship. (Didn't they come get these men after we damaged their ship? They had HOURS!). Glad I caught this one today, and I remembered this thread on Das Boot.
  4. Did you go to the Blue Grass Music Hall of Fame? It's on my list.
  5. When Rendon hit his HR and made it 2-1 last night I was all Tom Hanks in A League of Their Own: "We're gonna win. We're gonna WIN!!"
  6. Yes, it looked to me the same way. The ball finally "bounced our way," as the saying goes!
  7. Lafayette and Vermilion parishes also dodged but it's bad in Iberia and St. Mary parishes. Mercifully this thing moved inland faster than expected, but it's really Mississippi taking a beating from Hattiesburg to Meridian.
  8. So far from what I have seen on TV the coverage is focusing on the area east of my family but still west of NOLA. St. Mary Parish, Morgan City, Terrebonne Parish, Grand Isle, Lafourche Parish, Thibodeaux, Houma. Heading toward inundating Baton Rouge and East Baton Rouge Parish. You might hear about St. James, St. John the Baptist, St. Charles, and Iberville parishes coming up. Even if the Mississippi isn't overtopped there are many other rivers susceptible to flooding. It's a wet state; what can I say?
  9. If in the next few days you hear the names of some of these towns, that's where I am from originally and still have relatives: Lafayette, Abbeville, Kaplan. If you hear about Vermilion Bay, that's a body of water ~20 miles due south of my home town.
  10. I thought this might be a place for friends of Louisiana to share information about this dangerous storm. I am fearful of this one. Would this go better under History, Current Events?
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