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26 08 2008

Fay’s moved on. I’m watching Gustav who looks like he could shape up to be a monster. I hope the Gulf Coast is planning ahead to avoid even the possibility of another Katrina.

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27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.

Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.

Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”

– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.

“Hope springs eternal,” right?

27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.

Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.

Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”

– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.

“Hope springs eternal,” right?

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”

– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.

“Hope springs eternal,” right?

27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.

Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.

Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.

Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.

Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”

– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.

“Hope springs eternal,” right?

27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.

Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.

Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.

Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.

Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.

Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.

Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”

– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.

“Hope springs eternal,” right?

27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.

Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.

Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”

– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.

“Hope springs eternal,” right?

27 08 2008
bearleyport

I don’t know that we learned from Katrina, let alone put any of that learning into action. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the majority of southerners were willing to pay more in taxes and invest the money in projects that actually work.
Whether a drought or a hurricane, the solutions are not as complicated as their execution. I don’t know if the south is any worse than the rest of the country when it comes to planning ahead and working together, making reality-based decisions and following through.
Between disasters, we forget.

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”
– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.
“Hope springs eternal,” right?

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”

– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.

“Hope springs eternal,” right?

27 08 2008
Anonymous

“Between disasters, we forget.”

– You’re probably correct. However, I heard Nagin left the Democratic convention early to start planning, so let’s hope this is not the case this time.

“Hope springs eternal,” right?

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