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(NPR)   Eight years after Katrina, Lower Ninth residents share their tales of modern-day pioneering. Gulf of Mexico thinks that's adorable, gets ready to share another 14 feet of water with them   (npr.org) divider line 6
    More: Followup, Gulf of Mexico, Steve Inskeep, Lower Ninth Ward, Morning Edition, New Orleans  
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2013-08-29 11:38:48 AM
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2013-08-29 11:39:55 AM
2 votes:

Fissile: /It's not about race.


Then why was the black people's storm named Katrina, and the white people's storm named Sandy?
2013-08-29 11:23:18 AM
2 votes:
www.ryanbyrd.net
2013-08-29 11:44:32 AM
1 votes:
Ok, CSB time.  I attended a conference in Gulfport, Mississippi just before the hurricane onslaughts of 2004 and '05.  Hotel for guests was connected with a walkway across US 90 to a casino.  Which had been built out over the water on floatation devices that were supposedly engineered to rise up, then settle the casino safely back down with any storm surge.

Later, someone sent me a pic of the casino crashed upside down in the middle of US 90.  Presumably, the remains of the hotel were somewhere north of I-10.
2013-08-29 11:36:12 AM
1 votes:
Turn NOLA into a land fill, and farking raise it up a few hundred yards in elevation.
Just pile up trash. pack it down.
Repeat.
2013-08-29 11:20:31 AM
1 votes:
What percentage of them think Obama was responsible for the government's slow response?
 
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