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  1. 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 breakin
  2. awww....i'm sure somebody rescued the doggie by boat. po puppy.
  3. here's one http://www.wdsu.com/video/4907831/detail.html
  4. I still have mine. I have to pass there on I-10 to get home. 958551[/snapback] yo ass is retarded....i can't stop laughing. you're gonna walk in there all ....."where's the meatball bishes?"
  5. One month!?!?!? OMG! That is sad.....what will people do for money, etc......Oh my this is really bad....... 958515[/snapback] i don't know about other cities, but there are some churches and organizations in houston who are trying to accomodate the evacuees as best as they can. the IKEA out here was giving free meals to people who had LA id's and the Comets are giving away free tickets to their games tonight. some local business owners are opening up corporate apts to families. since a lot of houstonians have strong LA ties, it's only natural i guess.
  6. 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 breakin
  7. you aint right butta.... and neither is he for that perm. brother needs some frizz-ease too
  8. 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 breakin
  9. Yes. There was also a fight. 958108[/snapback] 958119[/snapback] Details please. They better not be fighting over who ward is the hardest. 958122[/snapback] The newscaster said a man was playing dominos and was calm, showed no signs of agitation. He was in the bleachers. He suddenly stood up, told the people below to "watch out," then jumped. They didn't go into details regarding the fight, just showed the police breaking it up. 958159[/snapback]
  10. I'd be scurrrr'd to death to get in that water! 957548[/snapback] ....i wanna hope that's a stock photo, but i have a feeling it may be an actual result of the flood. i already know those waters are full of gators. 957646[/snapback] Oh shit 957661[/snapback] i remember one time driving to new orleans when i was younger with my uncle and cousins and the car broke down right on i-10 a lil bit outside of baton rouge over a body of water. so we got out and were waiting for my other uncles, well i look over the freeway at the water below. and the
  11. I'd be scurrrr'd to death to get in that water! 957548[/snapback] ....i wanna hope that's a stock photo, but i have a feeling it may be an actual result of the flood. i already know those waters are full of gators.
  12. speaking of people evacuating...on my way in i was listening to NPR and one of the reporters brought up an interesting opinion on why some people didn't/couldn't leave. since the storm hit at the end of the month, a lot of people didn't have money for gas and food....they simply didn't have the funds to travel out of the city. now he was mainly talking about those older people who lived on fixed incomes and relied on SS checks and pensions. his theory has its flaws, because they could have gone to the dome (for what it's worth) or asked for help. but i know some old people who don't want t
  13. I just read in the paper that the French Quarters were in pretty good condition. Now I'm hearing on the news that the area is starting to flood. What's going on? The sad part about it is it's hurricane season through November. 957312[/snapback] new orleans is sits in the middle of the bodies of water. so the laws of gravity are working and allowing the water that's at a higher point to flow down into the 'bowl'....it's a geographical nightmare.
  14. this is making my heart ache. when i woke up and heard the french quarter was starting to flood i couldn't deal with anymore bad news. i just turned my tv off and got dressed. most of the LA people in my office are gonna meet during lunch and organize some type of relief drive within the office and try to get any kind of donations we can get.
  15. Mike Keller, a resident of Biloxi, Mississippi, stands in the rain while mooning Hurricane Katrina just after dawn August 29, 2005
  16. A man walks away from a car that crashed and killed an unidentified man who lost control of the vehicle as hurricane Katrina struck on the I-10 highway outside of Pensacola, Florida, August 29, 2005. look at how red his face is
  17. from the graves or hurricane casualty??? 956258[/snapback] Casualities from what I understand. Cell phones are working now and I'm talking to people in New Orleans who deciced to ride it out. I hald way think they looting cause it sound like they running in and out of places. 956269[/snapback] let me find out those were your friends pushing the shopping cart out of that winn dixie like they were on a shopping spree.
  18. but did you hear him say he didn't see the water... 956223[/snapback] Do you think he was drunk? How the hell did he not see all that water? Maybe he was panic or greif stricken and just zoned out. It could happen. 956243[/snapback] i'm gonna go with drunk cause his ass was driving real fast when he hit that water.
  19. but did you hear him say he didn't see the water...
  20. And watch the media show a bunch of SKINNY, WET, NIGGAZ breakin' into shit & runnin' down da'street afterwardz. 956129[/snapback] lol...they'll show it because that's who's out there. i'm sorry i love my people, but some of us do some real ignorant shit. this being one of them. stealing is not cool!
  21. parts of highway 90 in Bilouxi, MS has been washed away due to the storm surge. water in st. bernard parish is 15-20ft high. looters are out on Canal St. in NO which is especially not a good thing, since the National Guard and other law enforcement were told to use whatever force they deem reasonable to stop looting.
  22. because most people outside of louisiana, mississippi and alabama dont care about the storm. 955539[/snapback] but this is a local new orleans station...i think it was a glitch because they're back to the storm report.
  23. someone explain to me, why one of the local stations interrupted their special report coverage to show a soap opera.
  24. i'm watching a report right now were they're talking about people stuck in their attics in st. benard parish. it seems the water is reaching the 2nd floor of their homes.
  25. why didnt his ass go to a shelter? hell, they were picking people up across the city trying to take them to a safer place. what in the hell was he thinking? just stupid
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