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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; By Chris Dela Rosa (Featured Columnist) on October 4, 2011 Does this selection need any further explanation than the title of the slide? This city has always been No. 1! After Hurricane Katrina, the city of New Orleans has shown ...

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Old 10-04-2011, 04:19 PM   #1
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Best NFL Cities to Party in: New Orleans Dominates #1 Spot since the ranking started.

By Chris Dela Rosa
(Featured Columnist) on October 4, 2011


Does this selection need any further explanation than the title of the slide? This city has always been No. 1!
After Hurricane Katrina, the city of New Orleans has shown great resiliency and celebrated on Bourbon Street after the Saints won the Super Bowl in 2009.
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Old 10-04-2011, 04:24 PM   #2
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This is not a fair contest. There are only 6 places to go party in the whole US, and 5 of them are New Orleans. BTW, how does Green Bay make that list and San Francisco doesn't? or Chicago?
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This is not a fair contest. There are only 6 places to go party in the whole US, and 5 of them are New Orleans. BTW, how does Green Bay make that list and San Francisco doesn't? or Chicago?
Wow.......Green Bay huh?
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Puhleeze...

N.O. at #1, of course.

Now, I have never been to Green Bay, but I can't see it beating out San Francisco, Seattle, or Houston for that matter when it comes to a party scene...

There is NO way Green Bay beats out Washington D.C.

And the fact that Baltimore isn't even on this list is just plain STUPID. I'll give Miami and NYC a bump on Baltimore, but that city is the closest thing to New Orleans you can get. Slightly less rowdy, and slightly more clean, but that town gets down.
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Clearly it is somewhere in Iowa in a corn field if you listen to some talking head douchebuckets. Ouch.

New Orleans doesn't party. They just live that way.
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Clearly it is somewhere in Iowa in a corn field if you listen to some talking head douchebuckets. Ouch.

New Orleans doesn't party. They just live that way.
Haha, I grew up in IA. The country parties don't beat New Orleans, but still, there were many great times that just can't be had in the city.
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Green Bay??? WTF??

I guess there isn't that much do when it isn't football season except party

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