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Sunday, August 28, 2005

"Get her wetter than the perfect storm"


My Caribbean peeps will remember Gilbert, but, at least for us Jamaica is above sea level New Orleans is 6-8 feet below sea level (The bowl-shaped city must pump water out even during normal times) and is expected to be completely covered in water. I guess Pat Robertson ("A condition like this will bring about ... earthquakes, tornadoes, and possibly a meteor," ) would call that a cleansing.


"Mayor Ray Nagin declared a state of emergency on Sunday and ordered a mandatory evacuation of the city the Category 5 storm approached.

Forecasters said the storm surge could reach 28 feet.

"We are facing a storm that most of us have feared," Nagin said. "I do not want to create panic, but I do want the citizens to understand that this is very serious and it's of the highest nature. About 70 percent of New Orleans is below sea level, and is protected by a series of levies." -- AP

2 comments:

Shotta M said...

wow...craziness

Dr. D. said...

Bwoy...dem hold a rahtid blowjob...but seems it wasn't quite as bad in NO as they had predicted...nuff flood water still.

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