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  • billtool

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    I offered and helped a lady with two small ones put on and take off a massive bag from the rental car shuttle. After I took hers off and made sure she had control of it, she tried to hand me $5. I said no thank you Ma’am. I’m a Texan. She smiled. Hope I made the point.
     

    innominate

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    Go to Saltie Girl. Get the fried lobster and waffles. You're welcome.


    When I worked there I had some patients get upset with me when I said sir/ma'am. I met some very generous, friendly people while I was there too. I was there before and after Katrina. After Katrina if we were out and people found out we were from Louisiana we seldom had a tab.

    Also, that is when I realized there are varieties of oysters. Me being a red neck from LA I just thought there were raw, fried and grilled oysters. I was at an oyster bar there and ordered a dozen. The bartender asked what kind. I said raw. He proceeded to name off a half dozen varieties.
     
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    baboon

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    Go to Saltie Girl. Get the fried lobster and waffles. You're welcome.


    When I worked there I had some patients get upset with me when I said sir/ma'am. I met some very generous, friendly people while I was there too. I was there before and after Katrina. After Katrina if we were out and people found out we were from Louisiana we seldom had a tab.

    Also, that is when I realized there are varieties of oysters. Me being a red neck from LA I just thought there were raw, fried and grilled oysters. I was at an oyster bar there and ordered a dozen. The bartender asked what kind. I said raw. He proceeded to name off a half dozen varieties.
    And most of those are small. I like big gulf oyster that need a chew or two.
     

    Grumps21

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    You went there on purpose?

     

    billtool

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    You went there on purpose?

    Unbelievably, New England is still a hotbed of manufacturing.Medical and aerospace OEM’s and their supporting tier suppliers are super busy. You wouldn’t think that a company or it’s employees could afford to do business up here but here they are.
     
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