Tales from the Big Sleasy

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iUniverse, Oct 14, 2006 - Fiction
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The locals call New Orleans The Big Sleazy and the tourists call it The Big Easy and in the French Quarter of the 1970's and 1980's the French Quarter was about as low down and sleazy as a chancre sore. In bars such as It's Always A pleasure a Pleasure the house drink was a qualude milk punch. in other bars downtown Wanda's, The Midship, Havana Club, The Greek BArs, Lucky Pierre's, Lousianna Purchase, The Pirate's Den, to just mention a few, Hundreds of prostitutes, hustlers and rent boys plyed their trade with hell fire abandon. So take trip back with me to those wild years and toast those people blinded with lust and desire the unrependant damned.

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Steve Taylor is the founding pastor of Graceway Baptist Church (www.graceway.org.nz), in Ellerslie, New Zealand. He is completing a PhD on the emerging church and has a Masters in Theology in communicating the cross in a postmodern world. Steve receives requests to supply spirituality resources and to speak in UK and US.

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