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Mr. Clio

Like you said before, those Rockets include Aaron Brooks on their roster.

Nuff said.


Oh. So many good bullets.

I loathe Charbucks. Give me a local shop anyday.

I don't want to be on "Professors Strike Back." I want to be on "Professors get restraining orders."


Man has that much trouble holding a job, maybe man is just kind of a dick.

"We're really going to be more aggressive about having parties at the Henry Clay place,"

Ayup. Kind of.


There's more links here than lights in Al Copeland's yard at Christmas.


Herr Perfessor, I haff voted! I haff told the truth. (please don't water-board me)


I assume you recall that Ziggy's last word was "malaka." I love George Pelecanos for bringing malaka to the masses.


And now for something completely off topic:

Everybody wiki "George W. Bush" right this instant, and look underneath his pretty little photo. I know, I know, I'm not supposed to use Wiki as a reference here, but I suspect all of you, Perfesser included, will enjoy this...


KA, are *you* to blame for this? If so, thank you.


Alas, no. I have studiously avoided diving into Wiki, knowing perfectly well it would quickly consume all of my waking hours.

It would not, however, displease me if a rumor to that effect were to start making its way around the Internets...


I knew I had to act fast and blog about the PJ's purchase before it became common knowledge or my street cred would be ruined.


how bouts this bullet ?

Prudhomme scratched by falling bullet
by The Times-Picayune
Tuesday March 25, 2008, 5:53 PM

Noted New Orleans chef Paul Prudhomme was setting up his cooking tent on the practice range at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans golf tournament Tuesday about 9:30 a.m. when he felt a sting in his right arm, right above his elbow.

Prudhomme shook his clothing, and a .22 caliber bullet fell from his shirt to the ground, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.

Col. John Fortunato, Sheriff's Office spokesman, said deputies believe the chef was struck by a falling bullet, probably shot from somewhere within a 1¤1/2-mile radius of the golf course.

The bullet cut the skin on Prudhomme's arm and left a hole in his white chef's coat, witnesses said. But the chef was undeterred and kept cooking until he left the course about 3:30 p.m.

Prudhomme was cooking for players, their caddies and guests at the annual PGA Tour event, which begins Thursday and runs through Sunday.

Members of the Fore!Kids Foundation, which produces the Classic, declined to comment and referred all questions to the Sheriff's Office, as did a spokesman for the PGA Tour.

Prudhomme, who grew up outside Opelousas, rose to prominence after being named the first American-born executive chef of Commander's Palace in 1975. He landed on the national stage as the chef-owner of K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen. He is considered responsible for the Cajun cooking craze of the 1980s, which stirred a broader interest in regional American cuisine, particularly the indigenous food of south Louisiana.


Ray - I hear ya. Do you know anyone who might be interested in buying The Uptowner? How about forming a group to buy the building? As far as I can see, that's the only sure way to stop the madness.


So, whatdja eat? Any photos?



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