What bring you to Louisiana? I was born in Baton Rouge and lived on the outskirts until 2006. I live in Dallas temporarily. When/if I find a job there, I plan on moving back. Hopefully to the NOLA…Continue
I grew up in New Orleans and Lafayette, and have spent many years in Lafayette, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge. I am currently living in China, but my dear home state of Louisiana will always be in my…Continue
Who's going this year? I plan on heading to St. Charles near Gallier Hall Saturday, then maybe further Uptown Sunday night. Not sure about Lundi/Mardi Gras, but I'd love a Zulu coconut at some point…Continue
"I can't, I see knowledge as fluid, adaptive infinite, and other wonderful descriptive words. The way I understand your(and Socrates) argument is that knowledge is finite, inflexible and most follow specific directions."
"Yeah. You got me.
That core workout still looks a little front heavy to me. Generally speaking, there's so much imbalance in modern society, there's a general recommendation to perform back:front/pull:push in a 3:2 ratio. That is,…"
"Ugh, I've totally seen this before. I get all relaxed and then I see someone enter the pool I'm in and think, "Oh... great." I've been to some where guests got away with wearing swimming suites. A little annoying. Takes away…"
"I don't agree with all of what Titus writes here but I agree with the general premise. To illustrate this, imagine the family from the NYC-based sitcom The King of Queens and the family from the NYC-based sitcom The Cosby Show. Forgetting race…"
"If you are laying out the structure of matters in a book, but the matters in that book don't exist, you have done nothing except demonstrate that you don't know how to move from evidence to conclusion while showing along the logical steps…"