esquire.com – Being our semi-regular weekly survey of what’s goin’ down in the several states where, as we know, the real work of governmentin’ gets done, and where them Communists were comin’ around and they’re in the air and they’re on the ground.
We begin our tour in the great state of Louisiana. Specifically, we begin in Bogalusa—which is pronounced, I believe, “bughouse”—where a local judge apparently read a lot of Dickens as a boy and identified with too many of the wrong characters. The Times-Picayune tells us the tale.
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