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August 29, 2009



"I become more aware with each passing day of the valuable life lessons that Katrina and her aftermath gave to me. How to grow up. How to overcome injustice. How to deal with life's blows and get on living. That family truly is the most important thing in the world. That New Orleans is a secret few will ever truly understand, but is absolutely worth saving."

Thank you.


It will be very interesting to see how things change and what remains the same with the influx of new people and as those who knew New Orleans before Katrina move on.

But its still better than Ohio.


Very Well Put, Sir...


"They remind me of a past I can no longer participate in. A time when we didn't have to wear a stupid tee shirt to remind us of why New Orleans was amazing"

AMEN, brother!

We're the link to it's past. Keep making a mean red beans & rice on Monday and exemplify what it means to be from "here" for the little ones sake.


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