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Tuesday, September 06, 2005
New Orleans Superdrone
injuns, here dey come! [click for details]

3:06 PM | link |

Monday, September 05, 2005
mad as hell
if you haven't already, you must hear this
radio interview with New Orleans Mayor C. Ray Nagin
via The New York Times
via The Los Angeles Times (flash)
transcript (ny times)

photo: dennis brack
"...they don't have a clue what's going on down here. They flew down here one time two days after the doggone event was over with TV cameras, AP reporters, all kind of goddamn... excuse my French everybody in America, but I am pissed." ~ nagin

3:27 AM | link |

Sunday, September 04, 2005
los dias de muertos
a culture of death

"Rarely has such lurid evidence of the darker side
of the American dream been so brutally exposed."

Anthony Holden, London Daily Mail, Saturday 3 September 2005
via The Washington Post

A covered corpse lay on the ground early Saturday outside the New Orleans convention center as evacuees remained stranded. Photo: Shannon Stapleton - Reuters

"It's a devastating indictment of this department's
performance four years after 9/11."

Clark Kent Ervin, former inspector general, Department of Homeland Security
source: The Washington Post

photo: Eric Gay - AP

"That Americans would somehow in a color-affected way
decide who to help and who not to help - I just don't believe it."

Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State, United States of America
source: New York Times, September 3, 2005

"The Lord is going to come on time -- if we just wait," [Rice] said.
source: AP via SFGATE.com, September 4, 2005

8:38 PM | link |

don't worry NOLA, darlin...
help is on the way

check out guitar george - he knows all the chords

3:55 PM | link |

chicks & seniors clueless re hi-tech
"it's not like my old VCR..."
According to a recent BBC Click Online article, new technology has women and oldsters stymied. "We spoke to 6,000 people and found that young males are embracing new technologies much faster than women and the over-45s," said Brendon Craigie, senior partner of some x-random Eurotrash PR outfit.

old guy struggles with high-tech nose prosthesis.
"let's see... is it two turns to the left and one to the right?
or the other way around?"

11:19 AM | link |

who on first - rice on white
Source: New York Times, September 3, 2005
photo via

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, in an unusual foray into domestic affairs, sharply disputed any suggestion that storm victims had somehow been overlooked because of their race. "We're all going to need to be in this together," she said in announcing offers of foreign aid. "I think everybody's very emotional. It's hard to watch pictures of any American going through this. And yes, the African-American community has obviously been very heavily affected."

But noting her own roots in Alabama, and her father's in Louisiana, Dr. Rice announced plans to visit the region this weekend and said, "That Americans would somehow in a color-affected way decide who to help and who not to help - I just don't believe it."

1:09 AM | link |

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~D. Weinberger
28 October 2004

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