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NoNotMe
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Member since Aug 2018
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Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
Just read a story on moneywise.com. about 20 cities where people are fleeing from. Baton Rouge was listed along with NY, San Fran, Houston, Chicago, D.C., L.A., Orlando, Denver, Milwaukee and a few others. I knew it was bad in the Sticks, but this is embarrassing. Baw.

Every recruiting coordinator in America should keep a copy of that and show to recruits.



PorkDawg
Mississippi St. Fan
New Orleans
Member since Feb 2019
204 posts

re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
I’m sure the kids playing football care about their career in Baton Rouge post-grad.


Cdawg
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
This thread would be awesome with a link or something.



Diamondawg
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
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Someone read me a story on moneywise.com
FIFY


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Terrific Tales
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
No it would still be an awful thread


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EasternShoreTider
Alabama Fan
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Member since Oct 2018
209 posts

re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
I didn’t know that NY was a city, interesting..

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along with NY


Bulldogblitz
Member since Dec 2018
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
Become?


EXPLAYER
Member since Jul 2017
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
Yeah Mississippi is booming. Lol


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NPComb
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
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Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?


more like a swimming pool it is flooded at the moment.


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BROpaneTANK
LSU Fan
Mandeville
Member since Apr 2010
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
Sounds like Baton Rouge is sitting up with some of the best cities in America. Thanks for the heads up, every great American city is going to face exodus, just come with being a pillar of American society.


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MykTide
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
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Become?



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BlackCloud
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
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about 20 cities where people are fleeing from. Baton Rouge was listed along with NY, San Fran, Houston, Chicago, D.C., L.A., Orlando, Denver, Milwaukee and a few others

.....and not one of the people fleeing these cities moved to Starkville.


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armydude
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Georgia
Member since Aug 2014
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
Say what you will...but nobody is fleeing to Starkville.


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htxtigers
LSU Fan
Member since Apr 2019
259 posts

re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
I’ll be the first to say that Baton Rouge isn’t that great of a city but you’re really going to sit here and talk shite about Baton Rouge/LSU when your team is located in Starkville?


Slackaveli
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville
Member since Jul 2017
5024 posts

re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
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post-grad.


Mr Meeseeks
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
Yeah. Everyone is moving to St. George


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bfniii
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2005
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
not sure where this info is coming from. b.r. has been continuing to grow at a steady pace. honestly, the growth needs to slow down for a while.

there are public meetings about expanding i10 through the city because it is currently designed to handle 70k cars per day but the volume is currently at 100k. that's just one road in one area of the city. the population growth has been fast enough to exceed the infrastructure growth


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1BIGTigerFan
LSU Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since Jan 2007
17727 posts

re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
It's been this way since Katrina forced all the hood rats out of New Orleans.


bfniii
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Member since Nov 2005
12121 posts

re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
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I’ll be the first to say that Baton Rouge isn’t that great of a city
this is my 2nd stint, going on 20 years now. you're going to have a hard time finding better food anywhere in america. that would be one of the toughest aspects if i had to leave. i've always said one of the best things about b.r. is that it's not too big, not too small. there are major metro things without the mega city hassle. close to the beach. driving distance to nola, houston, dallas, atl, memphis, ark, smokies, etc.


ColoradoAg
Texas A&M Fan
Colorado
Member since Sep 2011
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re: Has Baton Rouge become a cesspool?
Baton Rouge has ALWAYS been a cesspool


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