bingo.Ignatius J Reilly statue?
ok, cool. I really wanted to know if he had a float though. An enormous trundling lucky dog cart would have been cool.They pull it every year for Mardi Gras.
Ignatius J. Reilly statue removed for Mardi Gras | MardiGras.com
this looks very interesting. Would think it would have to be pretty dark though.Related: John Kennedy Toole biopic filming in New Orleans this year
Story behind 'A Confederacy of Dunces' to become feature film | NOLA.com
Wait a second...you telling me there's a book about that old statue? And it got good reviews? Ooo-wee! Kindly remove yourself from this thread, sir, my senses will not allow me to believe such vitriol. Oh fortuna, if there was a well reviewed book based in New Orleans, as you proclaim, it would not need the affirmation you have just given it. After all, it's New Orleans. Unlike that whirlpool of despair called Baton Rouge, New Orleans is, on the other hand, a comfortable metropolis which has a certain apathy and stagnation most find inoffensive. "The book its based on got good reviews..." Smh. I doubt whether any hack, under pressure, could pen such atrocious melodrama about a statue.The book its based on got good reviews but I havent read it. Will have to do so before the movie comes out.