Suggestions and such are being taken by BP online. “More than 7,800 ideas have been proposed to date.” You should probably call first and submit snail mail or get out of the way entirely. Especially at the rate of 7,800 ideas in 44 days and nothing is working.
Archive for the 'opinion' Category
Amnesty International. And that took 5 years to tell the story? You are waaayyyy to slow. Then there is Mr. DeBerry’s opinion article, which matches the Live Journal Baton Rouge communities tx of my blog posts. (A few really hate me on Live Journal. Okay, so maybe I am a bit of a troll, so what.) The majority of the media thinks and believes Hurricane Katrina to be “all about New Orleans” and “racism” – it wasn’t. Hurricane Katrina was a disaster that affected more than JUST New Orleans and race. That is my main point. DeBerry had another. And that was the fact that outsiders, you know those “come here people”, viewed a few things that occurred during the storm as wrong. All I have to say about that is….. not quite as eloquent or wordy.
Periodically, I review my referrals. You’ll never guess who surfed into Louisiana Questions…FEMA. My last post Oct. 26th provoked some comments from a FEMA contracted employee who agreed that people still need help in the aftermath of Katrina, more than two years later. All fake news conferences aside…
What’s FEMA doing surfing my blog?
The page FEMA viewed was What’s in da news for da parish in august 2007 when the news reported formaldehyde poisoning from FEMA trailers. Recently, I was informed that some people or organizations are selling FEMA trailers in the Northwest. I believe there was a 1-800 number posted on my website during the formaldehyde hubub so that concerned people could call FEMA with questions about their trailers. Why else would FEMA be surfing my blog? Ideas anyone?