Press now reporting that the next US Attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana, Charles Rice, did back his company luxury SUV into the Entergy substation during the Super [Charles Rice] Bowl, causing the blackout. His green rattlesnake platform elevator shoes with the three inch lifts got snagged in the gas pedal when his raised car seat slipped.
Mr. Million Dollar Ferrari, Tern Street
Nobody in ownership or management in the New Orleans restaurant community knows how to read, Adrastos. Not a single one of them. It's worse than the realtors. Niceties of language are not their thing. It will be interesting to check in with the back of the house in a few months to hear how it is pronouncing Sobou.
Reverend Dryler, draconian policies are in force at the Bywater Country Club against all sexual congress, word or deed, heterosexual and homosexual. Nothinbg of the sort will keep you from growing Harvard JACK DAVIS'S hair back. I am curious yellow how it is that you equate the journalism of Quentin Crisp with nola.com. When cured, will Harvard JACK DAVIS, the German Jim Amoss, and Ricky Mathews be wearing floppy slouch hats on Easter Sunday? Will they be full sized hats like Quentin's or tiny hats made for chihuahuas like the In Living Color film critics wore?
You call this a review, Richard? You've rehashed the plot (of Hamlet!?), using cliche after cliche: "Run, do not walk"; "top-notch cast"; "enduring masterpiece"; "top of his game"; "kill or be killed"; "tip of the hat." Who edits your work... Citizen Amoss, the cliche master? Dreadful. Rewrite it well or take it down.
No surprise that Sean Cummings has congealed with Ricky Riccardo and Citizen Amoss, now that his old buds Nagin & Meffert have moved out of town.
Cute. My neighbor on Tern Street, Mister Million Dollar Ferrari, says that former Sotheby's gofer Robyn Dunn Schwarz, Bennet K. Davis, James Mounger, and Mark Jeanfreau, must not care that the St. Claude galleries' artists were thrown out in the middle of their show, since the travesty is not mentioned in this weird letter, which is filled with almost as many cliches and German sentence constructions as a Citizen Amoss pink slip. Shouldn't Merit Shallow have signed the letter? She advocated, loved, throwing the serfs out of the second floor in the original interview -interesting because some doubt that she has ever descended below the couture furs cold storage units on the fourth and third floors.
his New Orleans legacy is crumbling.
would be a fine name for one of the
family tugboats ( Marine Logistics and Sea Point companies, operating in the Gulf, are one source of the Amoss's bottomless wealth).
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