I read Longfellow's poem Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie recently. It was filmed
back in '29 with Delores del Rio, a Mexican playing a French girl. I am
researching doing my own version. The story surrounds what was essentially
the ethnic cleansing of Acadia (later dubbed Nova Scotia) in 1755. The Brits in control felt the area slipping away from them, so they scattered the
Acadians at their whim. Why am I so interested in this? My mother was descended from the Acadians who relocated to Louisiana, where I was born. I am myself a half-caste Cajun. (Why half? My dad was from Arkansas!)
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Excerpted lyrics from New Orleans native Randy Newman's song, Louisiana:
What has happened down here is the wind has changed Clouds roll in from the north and it started to rain Rained real hard and rained for a real long time
Six feet of water in the streets of Evangeline
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Shia LeBoeuf is half cajun too, hence the frenchy surname.
Excerpted lyrics from New Orleans native Randy Newman's song, Louisiana:
What has happened down here is the wind has changed Clouds roll in from the north and it started to rain Rained real hard and rained for a real long time
Six feet of water in the streets of Evangeline
**
Shia LeBoeuf is half cajun too, hence the frenchy surname.
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Excerpted lyrics from New Orleans native Randy Newman's song, Louisiana:
What has happened down here is the wind has changed Clouds roll in from the north and it started to rain Rained real hard and rained for a real long time
Six feet of water in the streets of Evangeline
**
Shia LeBoeuf is half cajun too, hence the frenchy surname.
Excerpted lyrics from New Orleans native Randy Newman's song, Louisiana:
What has happened down here is the wind has changed Clouds roll in from the north and it started to rain Rained real hard and rained for a real long time
Six feet of water in the streets of Evangeline
**
Shia LeBoeuf is half cajun too, hence the frenchy surname.
In New Orleans, they have a story about crawfish. When the Arcadians were expelled from Arcidia, they walked overland to the frenchy outpost of Lousiana. Their friends the lobsters walked with them. The trip was so long and so arduous that the lobsters shrunk way down in size, and they became crawfish.
Not explained by this story, is why the lobsters would think that humans who throw them alive into boiling pots, are their friends.
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In New Orleans, they have a story about crawfish. When the Arcadians were expelled from Arcidia, they walked overland to ... this story, is why the lobsters would think that humans who throw them alive into boiling pots, are their friends.

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Not explained by this story, is why the lobsters would think that humans who throw them alive into boiling pots, are their friends.

Its complicated. I have been waiting for a month for the mullet fish to swim south. When they swim south they bring all the gamefish with them. I love the mullet and I net them and use them for bait. I try my best to only take what I need and release what I dont use. But alot of the fish die. They get bitten by sharks and barracudas or other fish with teeth. And if I'm lucky, I catch a big fish, only to fight that and then let it go. Some would say its cruel, but I really love the fish. How can that be? Bad wiring. Weird instincts that don't make any sense. Unintelligent Design.
my mullet blog
http://mulletrun.blogspot.com /
BD
Not explained by this story, is why the lobsters would think that humans who throw them alive into boiling pots, are their friends.

Its complicated. I have been waiting for a month for the mullet fish to swim south. When they swim south they bring all the gamefish with them. I love the mullet and I net them and use them for bait. I try my best to only take what I need and release what I dont use. But alot of the fish die. They get bitten by sharks and barracudas or other fish with teeth. And if I'm lucky, I catch a big fish, only to fight that and then let it go. Some would say its cruel, but I really love the fish. How can that be? Bad wiring. Weird instincts that don't make any sense. Unintelligent Design.
my mullet blog
http://mulletrun.blogspot.com /
BD
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