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Chris Rose

Christopher Rose is an American sportscaster for the NFL Network. He is also a commentator for the Discovery Channel series BattleBots and podcast host for Jomboy Media.

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Time is running out for the climate
Even at the End of Days, there will be lap dancing. β€” Β© Chris Rose
Even at the End of Days, there will be lap dancing.
To be engaged in some small way in the revival of one of the great cities of the world is to live a meaningful existence by default.
If there was no New Orleans, America would just be a bunch of free people dying of boredom." -Judy Deck in an e-mail sent to Chris Rose
When I am introduced as someone from New Orleans, people sometimes say: "I'm so sorry." New Orleans. I'm so sorry. That's not the way it was before,not the way it's supposed to be. When people find out you're from New Orleans, they're supposed to tell you about how they got drunk there once, or fell in love there, or first heard the music there that changed their lives. At worst people would say: "I've always wanted to go there." But now, it's just: "I'm sorry." Man, that kills me. That just kills me.
Do what you do. This Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year's Eve, Twelfth Night, Valentine's Day, Mardi Gras, St. Paddy's Day, and every day henceforth. Just do what you do. Live out your life and your traditions on your own terms. If it offends others, so be it. That's their problem.
Mardi Gras is the love of life. It is the harmonic convergence of our food, our music, our creativity, our eccentricity, our neighborhoods, and our joy of living. All at once.
I'm not going to lay down in words the lure of this place. Every great writer in the land, from Faulkner to Twain to Rice to Ford, has tried to do it and fallen short. It is impossible to capture the essence, tolerance, and spirit of south Louisiana in words and to try is to roll down a road of clichΓ©s, bouncing over beignets and beads and brass bands and it just is what it is. It is home.
Dear America, I suppose we should introduce ourselves: We're South Louisiana...You probably already know that we talk funny and listen to strange music and eat things you'd probably hire an exterminator to get out of your yard. We dance even if there's no radio. We drink at funerals. We talk too much and laugh too loud and live too large and, frankly, we're suspicious of others who don't.
A New Orleans credo: When life gives you lemons--make daiquiris.
we dance even if there's no radio. we drink at funerals. we talk too much & laugh too loud & live too large, and, frankly, we're suspicious of others who don't.
Everybody here has a story. New Orleans was always a place where people talked too much even if they had nothing to say. Now everyone's got something to say.
The longer you live in New Orleans, the more unfit you become to live anywhere else.
It is impossible to capture the essence, tolerance, and spirit of south Louisiana in words.
If you cannot improve upon the silence, do not speak. β€” Β© Chris Rose
If you cannot improve upon the silence, do not speak.
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