Not a very good one. Employers are hesitant to hire convicted felons because of concerns about reliability and honesty. In exchange for being willing to hire a convicted felon, employers expect to pay less. After getting out of prison, felons continue to pay for their crime. On the one hand it's unfortunate for the Ex-Con, but on the other hand you can't blame the employer for wanting something for being willing to take the risk. The person would be unable to obtain a position in law enforcement, security agencies (such as Brinks), most financial institutions, and those professions similar. For the most part in private business it is up to the person who decides who should be hired. It might also depend upon the terms of the person's release or probation, for instance a felony that involved a crime against a minor would negate any type of employment relating to or being in the proximity of children. Several times courts have found hotel or restaurant employers liable when employees with prior convictions commited a crime against a customer or co-worker, so they will NEVER hire someone with a felony conviction. Hospitals also hesitate.
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by pointing out that Americans benefit from new Orleans.
St. Paul was originally Saul of Tarsus, who hated Christians and wanted them all imprisoned (or worse). After his conversion on the road to Damascus, Saul adopted the name Paul, to show a change from his former life.
On February 3, 2013, Super Bowl XLVII will be the seventh National Football League championship decided at what is now called the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. It will be the 10th overall Super Bowl played in New Orleans as three previous games were held in Tulane Stadium.
I can't verify this, but I'm 99% sure of my answer. The shortest Saint is runningback Darren Sproles (5'6"); tallest is tight end Jimmy Graham (6'7.5"). Both are excelent at their position. If there is a Saints player taller that Jimmy Graham, it would likely be an offensive lineman.
It is 545.74 miles according to MapQuest.
It falls on Shrove Tuesday. The day before Lent starts (Ash Wednesday).
The idea was to eat, drink and make merry, before Lent, when one went into denial of some part of life as a reflection of Jesus Christ's 40 days in the Wilderness and temptation by the devil.
As I lay sleeping, I had such a dream of the Rag Man of my childhood! It was so hauntingly real that I grabbed my iPhone to look it up!
I can still see the old Colored Man as he came thru the neighborhoods of Mid-City, calling out “rag man” and I can hear the clip- clop of his mule as he drove the old wooden wagon down the streets.
Times were so different back in the war years, and every now and again I am fortunate to be blessed with these very old memories that I grew up with.
Patricia Altobello Corona
It can be argued that Mardi Gras has been celebrated in New Orleans since the town was accepted as the capital of Louisiana in 1723. The first formal parade was observed in 1856
The earliest Mardi Gras celebration in North America was on March 3, 1699 at Point du Mardi Gras (about 60 miles from New Orleans). According to Wikipedia, "the earliest organized Carnival celebrations occurred in Mobile, Biloxi, New Orleans, and Pensacola, which have each developed separate traditions."
Reportedly the St. Ives hotel is haunted with country music of an man from missouri who died of a heart-attack listening to country music.
about 638 miles by road.
The phone number of the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is: 504-680-0128.
It is 347.12 miles and an estimated driving time of 5 hours and 14 minutes according to MapQuest.
I couldn't find anything during my internet searches to say for sure, but it has to be well over a thousand, maybe closer to two thousand. There are over 18,000 restaurants (which would include bar/restaurants), but there aren't nearly as many bars (places that only serve alcohol, or have only a limited bar menu).
867 miles taking this route:
As a major port it retains major portion of the Transportation and Logistics Industry and despite Katrina it remain a major player in the Entertainment, Liesure and Hospitality sector.
MapQuest gives the estimated driving time as 23 hours and 5 minutes.
I have made the drive from Tampa to Amarillo several times and back and the fastest I have done it in is 22 hours straight through just stopping for gas. The map quest is pretty accurate but if you really push yourself you can cut an hour off!
New Orleans has been the state capital of Louisiana three times.
When the territory changed hands from the French to the British, to the Spanish and back to the French again, the government offices were in the most convenient location. In 1849, the current capital at Baton Rouge was established as a midway point between the Gulf Coast towns and the farms in the north of the state. But New Orleans was the capital again during Reconstruction (1866), because there were more Federal troops stationed there.
It is about 546.21 miles according to MapQuest.
As of January 2013 there are 43 bars
New Orleans has never been a state. It is a city.