A personal chronicle of Hurricane Katrina
I am sorry about the disaster in New Orleans. I have been through a tornado. Your photos really help others understand the devastation. I hope things get better soon.
hey there, that's a real good blog you got there. it's nice to see what the people living in NO are dealing with this, rather than just seeing reports on the BBC.all the best from your cousins across the pond.
Dear Clayton;FEMA says "Won't you let me take you on a sea cruise" Maybe your mom can move back closer to home. If FEMA can find her again that is. Check this out; http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/09/28/MNGF8EUVAT1.DTL That should frost ya. It did me.Is it just me or is there something just a little wrong with the beer being back on tap but clean water for everyone isn't yet??????
One more thing, I know I need new glasses but is the man in this photo really wearing two different shoes and packing a side arm???
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I saw that too. It does seem he has on two kinds of shoes.
HUGE ASS BEERS AND HUGE ASS BEATDOWNS BY THE COPS---that beating robert davis took is horrendous! i hope and pray nola doesnt go back to be that kinda normal. time to clean the house of the NOPD---needed to be done a long time ago.
I wonder what the line is between giant beers, 40s, and huge ass beers?:) I think its that golden 120 oz mark.
They are called "Huge Ass Beers" because they taste like Huge Ass.
All that's missing there is the "Jesus Saves" guys that stand next to him. Man, I know what it means to miss New Orleans, and I wish to hell I didn't.
ur blog is really touching i have bookmarked it. keep it up.
the links to that beating are gruesome and not for the faint at heart. it just kills me to think that things could continue to get worse.
DaftDays said: "Man, I know what it means to miss New Orleans, and I wish to hell I didn't."Amen brother, amen. Even though I know its just tore up, even though I know I would be sad to see all that is gone, I'd still go in a heartbeat man, in a frickin heartbeat.
I lived in New Orleans until March of 2001, most of my family is there. My Uncle who lived in Waveland, Mississippi was the most affected. For awhile we thought he didn't make it, he tryed to ride out the storm. He lost everything, his home and everything in it was washed away. I'm glad your family is safe. Your blog strikes a cord with me..keep up the good work.
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