Posted On:4/23/2004 10:52am
the last paragraph is too funny...
Posted On:4/23/2004 10:57am
Omly on the bayou.
Posted On:4/23/2004 11:32am
I for one think plummer butts have gone on long enough!
but leave the rest alone.
Posted On:4/23/2004 11:48am
Man I love Louisiana
"Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration." -A. Lincoln
Vote your conscience.... Vote Libertarian!
Posted On:4/23/2004 11:00pm
Isn't that more a matter for schools, etc?
One Ambulance, Eleven Cops...
Posted On:4/24/2004 7:43am
Style: Kung Fu
Lousiana public defender is in bad shape. There was a story a week or two ago where a public defender had met her client 11 minutes before a trial was to begin. This trial was not a little misdeameanor case, it was a capital murder case.
She asked the Court for some time to prepare and the judge's reply was something like: You don't need more time, you're talented, you'll be just fine.
“We are surrounded by warships and don’t have time to talk. Please pray for us.” — One Somali Pirate.
Posted On:4/24/2004 8:21am
you know.......In Louisiana, they don't have a state income tax, they have a personal property tax which includes homes, land, and vehicles. So because of this an automobile can be considered a domicile, which in turn means that you can keep firearms in your domiciles. So be careful pissing off drivers in Louisiana because most of them are packin'. The last time I went to New Orleans my cab driver showed me his loaded .45 in his glove box. I feel bad for the next punk that tries to rob that guy.
Posted On:4/24/2004 8:24am
Style: Tao Ga
Posted On:4/24/2004 8:28am
Lousiana is the only state that follows a "civil law" format. The rest of the states are "common law". So I know next to nothing about Lousiana law, other than the system is all fucked up.
Posted On:4/24/2004 8:46am
beyond the fact that they still operate local govt's by parishes instead of counties
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