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  1. Hi Siyeed!

    I  know I don't post much but I do stop by from time to time.  Life brings changes but you and everyone here will always hold a special place in my heart.  Thank you for keeping this board running for all of these years.  It is greatly appreciated.

  2. i came to show some luv since we go waaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyy back...

  3. Glad to read that you are safe, Smallfranc. If I was in Georgia, you'd have a home to come to. Temporarily of course, until you can get on your feet and get the fuck out.... Just kidding! I mean I'm kidding about the part of you having to get the fuck out....
  4. shelters that were set up, the superdome may not be ideal but it's better than where they are. ....i'm sorry, but sloshing through chest deep water is not cute, nor is it healthy. that water is so toxic from chemicals, dead bodies, snakes, gators, glass and God only knows what else. a part of me really wants to feel something for these young people out there looting and carrying on. but i just can't seem to find an ounce of remorse for those who decided to stay in their homes so they could rob their neighborhoods(cause best believe before the flooding, some of these same people were breaking into their neighbors houses). the gov of MS (and the LA gov kind of cosigned) already said looters will be handled "aggressively"...we all know what that means. it's only a matter of time before things get out of hand and people start dying over stupid shit. but i hope i'm wrong, i really do. 958374[/snapback] You're right but who is to say somebody didn't go to the dome cuz their stubborn Grandma said she wasn't going no place and they didn't want to leave her alone? I'm sure many people had good valid reasons as to why they remained home. Some probably didn't have transportation and missed the last bus for whatever important reason. Under these circumstances, who is to say what you or I would be forced to do? Cell phones ain't working. You can't go but so far. You don't know how long it will be before FEMA and the Red Cross will be able to arrive.....my ass would be stocking up on some necessities as well. Folks who survived a plane crash in some blithering cold mountains was forced to eat the deceased until help arrived. (I don't know if I'd be able to go that far. Shit...just kill me, but then again, I don't wanna be nobody's dinner either!) 958429[/snapback] you only get a few seconds/minutes of warning before a plane crashes. they had plenty of time to get out of NO or seek shelter, hell almost a full 48hrs. a lot can be said about the new orleans govt, but they did everything they could to warn people about this hurricane. folks in new orleans were leaving as early as Saturday night, i know because that's when a lot of my people left. hell, sunday night my cousin and his neighbors were getting calls from their security companies because people had broken into their homes and about those nice loving grandkids that stayed with big mama....i'd be more concerned with getting my grandparents on a rescue boat, than trying to get 10 pairs of jeans and some damn heineken(sp)...i'm sure there are isolated cases of people trying to help out elderly or handicap neighbors. but let's be real about this.....and i for one already know i'd get my ass out of harms way. i'm too short to walk in 5ft high water and i can't swim....i'm sorry madam, we're just gonna agree to disagree on this one. 958504[/snapback] Girl...you have made me agree with you! The pic with dude and the beer looks so fucking stupid and ignorant that I was just wishfully thinking that he had to have a good reason for doing that shit! I'm gravely embarrassed by how our folk are behaving. 958815[/snapback] he was just bringing big mama something to drink cause her throat was parched. 958828[/snapback]
  5. shelters that were set up, the superdome may not be ideal but it's better than where they are. ....i'm sorry, but sloshing through chest deep water is not cute, nor is it healthy. that water is so toxic from chemicals, dead bodies, snakes, gators, glass and God only knows what else. a part of me really wants to feel something for these young people out there looting and carrying on. but i just can't seem to find an ounce of remorse for those who decided to stay in their homes so they could rob their neighborhoods(cause best believe before the flooding, some of these same people were breaking into their neighbors houses). the gov of MS (and the LA gov kind of cosigned) already said looters will be handled "aggressively"...we all know what that means. it's only a matter of time before things get out of hand and people start dying over stupid shit. but i hope i'm wrong, i really do. 958374[/snapback] You're right but who is to say somebody didn't go to the dome cuz their stubborn Grandma said she wasn't going no place and they didn't want to leave her alone? I'm sure many people had good valid reasons as to why they remained home. Some probably didn't have transportation and missed the last bus for whatever important reason. Under these circumstances, who is to say what you or I would be forced to do? Cell phones ain't working. You can't go but so far. You don't know how long it will be before FEMA and the Red Cross will be able to arrive.....my ass would be stocking up on some necessities as well. Folks who survived a plane crash in some blithering cold mountains was forced to eat the deceased until help arrived. (I don't know if I'd be able to go that far. Shit...just kill me, but then again, I don't wanna be nobody's dinner either!) 958429[/snapback] you only get a few seconds/minutes of warning before a plane crashes. they had plenty of time to get out of NO or seek shelter, hell almost a full 48hrs. a lot can be said about the new orleans govt, but they did everything they could to warn people about this hurricane. folks in new orleans were leaving as early as Saturday night, i know because that's when a lot of my people left. hell, sunday night my cousin and his neighbors were getting calls from their security companies because people had broken into their homes and about those nice loving grandkids that stayed with big mama....i'd be more concerned with getting my grandparents on a rescue boat, than trying to get 10 pairs of jeans and some damn heineken(sp)...i'm sure there are isolated cases of people trying to help out elderly or handicap neighbors. but let's be real about this.....and i for one already know i'd get my ass out of harms way. i'm too short to walk in 5ft high water and i can't swim....i'm sorry madam, we're just gonna agree to disagree on this one. 958504[/snapback] Girl...you have made me agree with you! The pic with dude and the beer looks so fucking stupid and ignorant that I was just wishfully thinking that he had to have a good reason for doing that shit! I'm gravely embarrassed by how our folk are behaving.
  6. Okay...I'm trying hard not to laugh at this guy but I will give him the benefit of doubt. Like to read it? Here it goes: Maybe beer was all that was left to drink in the store.
  7. shelters that were set up, the superdome may not be ideal but it's better than where they are. ....i'm sorry, but sloshing through chest deep water is not cute, nor is it healthy. that water is so toxic from chemicals, dead bodies, snakes, gators, glass and God only knows what else. a part of me really wants to feel something for these young people out there looting and carrying on. but i just can't seem to find an ounce of remorse for those who decided to stay in their homes so they could rob their neighborhoods(cause best believe before the flooding, some of these same people were breaking into their neighbors houses). the gov of MS (and the LA gov kind of cosigned) already said looters will be handled "aggressively"...we all know what that means. it's only a matter of time before things get out of hand and people start dying over stupid shit. but i hope i'm wrong, i really do. 958374[/snapback] You're right but who is to say somebody didn't go to the dome cuz their stubborn Grandma said she wasn't going no place and they didn't want to leave her alone? I'm sure many people had good valid reasons as to why they remained home. Some probably didn't have transportation and missed the last bus for whatever important reason. Under these circumstances, who is to say what you or I would be forced to do? Cell phones ain't working. You can't go but so far. You don't know how long it will be before FEMA and the Red Cross will be able to arrive.....my ass would be stocking up on some necessities as well. Folks who survived a plane crash in some blithering cold mountains was forced to eat the deceased until help arrived. (I don't know if I'd be able to go that far. Shit...just kill me, but then again, I don't wanna be nobody's dinner either!)
  8. Good Lawd, this is a hot mess! I don't blame the looters at all. Where else they gonna get food and clothing from?
  9. Somewhere right now in New Orleans a wife is waiting for her husband to evacuate with her and all their children but he already heading to Dallas in the family car....
  10. 950777[/snapback] Spoken like a true holy roller, bible thumpin', fanatical and ignorant country bumpkin' church lady, huh?
  11. You know, New Orleans been sinnin' somthin' dreadful for many decades with that Mardi Gras shit. Maybe the Lord tired of it and wanna just wipe out the state so folks can turn from their wicked ways and start anew.....
  12. Chile...instead of posting threads your ass needs to be "get to gettin". Traffic is a bitch out there!
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