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    Default Micah, how was New Orleans?

    We want a trip report Micah, where did you dine, how many pairs of fun bags you saw, you know we want all the dirt.:p

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    Default yeah.....

    ....what he said. Spill it, boyeeee!

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    NOLA was real great. First, I spent a week in a stilt house on the Outer Banks of NC, way down near Hatteras where there was no one else around, then my friend and I hopped a flight to New Orleans for just two days.

    We stayed at a swank place (Melrose Mansion) in The Quarter (cheap rates, cause it's July) and ate and drank for two days straight. We ate at Upperline (amazing), Commander's Palace (had to wear a tie in 100% humidity, but the food was glorious) and Dooky Chase (soul food!). In between we saw Mardi Gras World (where they build the floats), Cafe Du Monde, the Voodoo Museum, a cemetary, rode the streetcar (COOL!), saw the "Real World" house, danced at Tipitina's, saw the Confederate Museum, and drank Dixie Beer all up and down The Quarter: Snug Harbor, Cafe Brasil, Sweet Kathleen's, The John, Port of Call...

    It was a tough morning (Tuesday) getting to the damn plane and then driving back to B'more.

    And needless to say, coming back to work on Thurs was... A drag.

    NOLA was a funky place. Looked very cool and gothic, especially at night. I liked it. (But I wouldn't want to live there.) Thanks to everyone on the forum who gave me some tips for visiting!

    Next trip I think will be to take my friend to the Grand Canyon; she's never been.

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    No fun bags, either. Altho Bourdon St was bustling. No fun bags. I was toasted tho, so maybe I missed em...

    MC
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    Default Ya know Micah...

    ....what you said, that reminds me of a saying by John O Toole.

    When executing advertising, it's best to think of yourself as an uninvited guest in the living room of a prospect who has the magical power to make you disappear instantly

    Man, I love that saying, it just ROLLS of the tongue, and has EVERYTHING to do with audio.

    Cheers,
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    Default blatant plagarism....

    but it is perfect though...

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    Right On, glad to hear you had fun Micah. Got any pictures you can post to share with the rest of us?


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    Digging up the oldest thread I could find.

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    WAAAAAAAAAA!!!:D

    You must be very, very, bored!:D
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