By Matthew Bigg JENA, La., Feb 18 (Reuters) - If you're young and bored at night in a small town in the United States, you can always jump in the car, switch on the radio and go "looping." On weekend nights in Jena, a conservative, rural area of around 3,000 people in central Louisiana, the main street is full of teenagers driving slowly through the center of town, Saturday Night Country Gold playing loud on the radio. In the parking lot at Mitch's restaurant at one end of town, the ...
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