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Old 08-02-2011, 10:34 PM
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They have a group on Facebook Called "Remember In Moss Bluff"

Good stuff going on.. Figured I'd share with the bluffians


They got it all from the KKK sign entering the bridge to the Devil Worshipers on Coffee road lol
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Old 08-02-2011, 10:44 PM
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Got a remember when for sulphur too. It's so cool brings back some memories!!!
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Old 08-02-2011, 10:50 PM
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Same in laffy......Cajun Blaze!!!!
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Old 08-02-2011, 10:55 PM
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Pretty neat hearing about all the stuff my dad did growing up.. why isn't it like this today..
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:04 PM
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Pretty neat hearing about all the stuff my dad did growing up.. why isn't it like this today..
Time have changed. And probably gonna get a whole lot worse too little buddy.
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Pretty neat hearing about all the stuff my dad did growing up.. why isn't it like this today..
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Time have changed. And probably gonna get a whole lot worse too little buddy.


Yeh, all that Rap Crap!
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:14 PM
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Its the youts these days.....no respect. Wanna pit my belt to em
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Its the youts these days.....no respect. Wanna pit my belt to em
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Old 08-03-2011, 12:09 AM
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They have a group on Facebook Called "Remember In Moss Bluff"

Good stuff going on.. Figured I'd share with the bluffians


They got it all from the KKK sign entering the bridge to the Devil Worshipers on Coffee road lol
Can you post a link.

Thanks.
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Old 08-03-2011, 11:40 AM
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http://www.facebook.com/groups/209538589095526/


there is the link. But I think you have to be a member to view
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Old 08-03-2011, 04:24 PM
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Got one for lc but don't think you can just join. Think someone already in has to add you. Funny stuff though.
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Pretty neat hearing about all the stuff my dad did growing up.. why isn't it like this today..
Less freedom over the years, more worry, concerns, & more "feel good" laws voted for in the name of our safety. (among many other things)
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http://www.facebook.com/groups/249189211766812/?ref=ts

this one is open to the public for reading....lol..its called

You're probably from Terrebonne Parish if...


this is my favorite comment, "if you got your sound hooked up @ TIGER AUDIO for COKE" lol

if you call a refrigerator an icebox

when u park under your house...

if you agree that they got some ugly people in Houma !

If u were 15 getting daiquiris from the daq shop on grand calliou rd (man those were the good ole days)

theres a whole lot more , hundreds go up daily
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They have a group on Facebook Called "Remember In Moss Bluff"

Good stuff going on.. Figured I'd share with the bluffians


They got it all from the KKK sign entering the bridge to the Devil Worshipers on Coffee road lol
When I was a kid we lived right down the road from Coffee road and my mom used to yell at us for playin down there b/c of devil worshipers! I can remember down by a canal we'd see skulls on sticks,we always thought she was just makin it up!
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When I was a kid we lived right down the road from Coffee road and my mom used to yell at us for playin down there b/c of devil worshipers! I can remember down by a canal we'd see skulls on sticks,we always thought she was just makin it up!
Lol Moss Bluff didn't play around back in da day. Actually I have a pretty good idea of where they meet up at now. Don't plan on going any time soon
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Lol Moss Bluff didn't play around back in da day. Actually I have a pretty good idea of where they meet up at now. Don't plan on going any time soon
Yea I remember a little.We moved there when I was 2 and moved back to Slidell when I was 10.I remember goin to Sam Houston Jones state park alot.I went to J.I.Watson grade school.Thats about the extent of what I remember but my God you brought back some memories when you said that!!
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Old 08-03-2011, 11:28 PM
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Yea I remember a little.We moved there when I was 2 and moved back to Slidell when I was 10.I remember goin to Sam Houston Jones state park alot.I went to J.I.Watson grade school.Thats about the extent of what I remember but my God you brought back some memories when you said that!!
I swear that black water of the calcasieu stunted my growth lol. Then ya got the slave graveyard by cypress lake and the black folk one on backside of my road.. I dont go to either or the 2
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When I went to high school, it was o.k. to have a shotgun in a gun rack in the back winder of the truck. Now you can't have one within 1000 yards of a school.
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Old 08-04-2011, 03:54 AM
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When I went to high school, it was o.k. to have a shotgun in a gun rack in the back winder of the truck. Now you can't have one within 1000 yards of a school.
Not to mention that it would be gone when you made it back to your truck....too many thieves these days.
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Old 08-04-2011, 07:42 AM
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When I went to high school, it was o.k. to have a shotgun in a gun rack in the back winder of the truck. Now you can't have one within 1000 yards of a school.
Can't have a empty shell casing, a loose shell rolling around, a old beer can, nothing.
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