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    Default Elfrid Payton Homecoming Article on Bourbon Street Shots

    http://www.bourbonstreetshots.com/20...on-homecoming/

    Pretty proud of the author of this article even though there is some (OK a lot) of exaggeration in it regarding a certain Cajuns fan. Nice job for getting paid a grand total of zero dollars for contributing to the site. Even his English degree sister approved. Not bad for a guy who spent four years in the Navy before going back to school.


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    Default Re: Elfrid Payton Homecoming Article on Bourbon Street Shots

    Nice article and great write up by Ryan. You have had those seats for quite a while right?

    He's got some promise as a writer. Keep plugging away at it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BeauCajun View Post
    Nice article and great write up by Ryan. You have had those seats for quite a while right?

    He's got some promise as a writer. Keep plugging away at it.
    He gets that from his sister. He is studying industrial technology so as he can use skills learned in the Navy. We have had our seats since the Fletcher years.

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    Default Re: Elfrid Payton Homecoming Article on Bourbon Street Shots

    That's a nice write up.


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    Default Re: Elfrid Payton Homecoming Article on Bourbon Street Shots

    Great article Ryan. I appreciate when a writer can give you a boatload of information and insight with a modest amount of words. I love the credit to Dad.


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