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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; What\'s the average temperature in December? Are there any waterparks nearby that would still be open at the time? I\'ve been searching the web but the moose is getting tired and the reserve moose is sick. Any sites worth checking? ...

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Old 05-07-2003, 04:17 PM   #11
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What\'s the average temperature in December? Are there any waterparks nearby that would still be open at the time? I\'ve been searching the web but the moose is getting tired and the reserve moose is sick.
Any sites worth checking?
I really appreciate the help.
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Old 05-07-2003, 04:22 PM   #12
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One thing I didn\'t get to do last time I was there, but will the next time I go is the WWII museum (or DDay museum for all you nitpickers)- I hear it\'s great.

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Old 05-07-2003, 04:39 PM   #13
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south cameron its a 1A school roughly about 250-300 kids

always ranked in the top 10 in football every year... several times being #1, we lost out in the semifinals this year...
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Old 05-07-2003, 06:23 PM   #14
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Have any of you heard of Uglesich\'s? I was told that it has the best food but it\'s kind of dumpy.
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Pak, you went to South Cameron?
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Old 05-08-2003, 12:52 AM   #16
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yup yup.. played hoops... they wanted me to play football but i just like watchin... graduated in \'99, went to McNeese St till 2000... took some time off... never went back.. plan on transferring to ULL in the Fall of this year.. gotta have that edjumacation...LOL
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Damn fine place to be from. da got dem duc down der fo hunt. Me I spend some time down der mysef. In Hackberry wit all dem bootiful woman down der. Som of dem eben got they own teeth, day got dem a wally world.
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Old 05-08-2003, 06:26 AM   #18
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iceman, being a homeboy, born and breed in n.o. and bucktown, there are hundreds of good places to eat. some cheap, some not....if you\'re in the french quarter walk to the back of it which is esplanade, (have your gun off safey) and try a hole in the wall place called the port of call. best burgers, baked pototoes, and steaks for the bucks. ignore the roaches crawling up the walls and they won\'t bother you. the french quarter is fumigated nightly for roaches among other things, so just because you don\'t see em in the high class places does not mean they are\'nt there, (those are the places that spend the most on pest control). for breakfast or lunch you have to visit mothers on poydras just down from the superdome, again, best food for the buck.....if you\'re going to drink and you will, have a taxi bring you to nicks on tulane. this is where lucas got his bar scene in star wars from......... if you\'re hell bent on giving up the big bucks any of the nice rests. mentioned by others will gladly take it. there is one i remembered somewhere by st. charles and jackson sq. that has a hugh oak tree in the middle of it, two stories, nice settings, and great expensive food if someone could help with the name of it....if you have time for a little hunting, try the warehouse district, the rats usally run between 3 and 4 ft. this time of the season....there is one other bar i remember located where carrollton, st. charles and the river road come together that perhaps someone can help with the name also......good luck and don\'t travel alone in the french quarter if you value your life.........smitty
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Thanks ssmitty. That was pretty thorough. Duly noted on the French Quarter. I\'ll be sure to stick with my three brothers everywhere and remind them to keep a mean look on their faces.
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Old 05-08-2003, 01:27 PM   #20
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Actually, never make eye contact, and you should be fine.
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