Wednesday, August 31, 2005

The wind cries katrina............

i knew this hurricane would be bad but did anyone really think it was going to be this bad? i didnt. the pictures of the devastation are truly unbelievable. unless your a cold cold person your heart has to go out to those people. i find that every situation has te ability to teach you something. if i am ever anywhere that a hurricane might hit and they say one is coming....i'm gettin out. no need to act brave and tough it out. drowning in an attic is not my idea of fun...ever. second, why cant we shoot looters? what a group of parasites. i can only hope that those people are found due the video of them stealing and are ultimately prosecuted or just let the cops shoot them. i dont have a problem with that. third , dont build a city underwater. new orleans is below sea level. when mother nature wants to fuck you she will. actually when all is said and done its a miracle this hadnt happened to new orleans way before this. fourth, dont blame anyone. its not the fault of the national guard that you arent rescued. they had said for days to evacuate but no, you toughed it out. its not anyones fault but your own that you had to sit on your roof for hours. i'm sorry there is no food but , you know, a devasting flood of biblical proportions will do that. heres so observations. why didnt they just grab all the yellow school buses in the area and bus those people the hell out of new orleans before katrina hit instead of housing everyone at the superdome. i saw ahead of time how bad an idea the superdome was and now the people are going to have to be rescued from the evacuation center. and lastly, why is everyone putting the blame on lesbians? how did they fail? what did the dikes do to these people......oh sorry......wrong dikes......my bad. i hope everyone will donate what they can to help these poor people out. they've lost everything and i would be suprised if new orleans will be up and kickin within a year and not just new orleans but the whole coast. its wiped out. i said last week to thank god your not living there....and its true.

ok, thats enough. go about your wednesday

19 comments:

BAC said...

Right on! Shoot the looters! A flood of bibilical proportion! Could we be in the last days revealed in the book of Revelation?
The tragedy of 9/11, the wars around the world, the tsunami of last year and now this terrible hurricane - could God be trying to warn us?

shoes said...

no, i think god created nature but nature does its own thing. wars, hurricanes, tsunamis...these have happened since the beginning of time. i wouldnt get too caught up in this end of days stuff

Blade90 said...

If Congress and IRS ever come up with an effective "flat tax", that's when I think I would be looking for the second coming...

akv0459 said...

Last days of revelation or Republevation? The looter issue: alot of them were trying to get food and water, but of course there were the idiots who were trying to get as much electronics and "high" fashion. Most the people who stayed couldn't afford to move, i saw some interviews on CNN where people were saying that they didn't have cars or that they couldn't afford to leave town. It's really a shame, and a terrible tragedy. Nature always makes the right choices for itself, but unfortunately we as humans have built in it's path.

ccw said...

The looters who were stealing food didn't bother me. I mean if you are stealing food, then you probably need it, but those idiots stealing clothes, guns, and jewelry, etc should be shot on the spot. I'm just curious as to what the geniuses think they are going to do with that stuff? Hello, your city is going even further underwater, it is no good to you.

I, too, was truly amazed by the level of destruction. I can't even imagine how you get back to "normal" with that level of destruction. There is simply nothing left of some of those cities.

halcyon67 said...

Malthus.

Um, lesbians? Who is blaming lesbians?

shoes said...

malthus? whats that.

see they said the dikes were failing.....get it.......dikes

sorry, i was worried that that might be lost

As always... Rachael said...

what if you're stealing things with the hopes of exchanging the goods for food. What if a diamond necklace or a bottle of prescritpion durgs can convince someone better "prepared" to part with a can of beans? I don't know, but I'm not about to judge people facing desperate times that I can't even imagine. I'd probably take all I can carry too... just in case.

(the dikes comment was perfectly understandable... and hilarious I might add!)

Anonymous said...

why is new orleans below sea level? why do they not allow the mississippi river to flood naturally as it is supposed to? why do they keep buliding cities and towns along dangerous coasts and barrier islands? why are there so many natural disasters lately? these are the questions we need to ask. this is a tragedy, but we keep screwing with nature by trying to change it and by polluting it, and this is what happens. we made our bad, now we have to...swim in it!

shoes said...

people like to be near the water. thats why property is so expensive near the shores. people have always lived there. this has nothing to do with polluting or trying to change things, this is just natures cycle. please people lets stop with the talk of this being the will of god or nature. nature cant think it just does. this is the price you pay for being close to the beaches and oceans.

Patsy Darling said...

Shoes I guess you've never been to N'awlins. These people are so truly dirt poor that they can't leave no cars, no money no where else to go. The slums of one of the poorest cities is all they know. I realize that looting is wrong but what do you expect from people in the ghetto. It's what they know.

shoes said...

well first off why didnt they commandeer all the big yellow school buses and haul all those people to the astrodome the day before the hurricane.

i can understand taking things to live like food and water and diapers and such but grabbing tv's and computers are crazy. they stole all the guns froma wal mart and there are reports of armed gangs running through the city (or wading). the world would be better without those people.

let me finish by saying i have been to new orleans and have seen some of the poverty. pittsburgh flooded horribly last year and there was one looter reported. she was caught and prosecuted.

Anonymous said...

sure nature does what it wants. but you can't deny the fact that what we have done to this planet is speeding up the process. i think it's a shame that more people don't realize it and don't try to stop it before it's too late.

akv0459 said...

Anonymous,
it could just be a cycle that the planet goes through. And not what we are doing. Beast!

Patsy Darling said...

Are you fucking kidding, Pittsburgh wasn't completely underwater. When you say flooded you mean water in your basement. Not even a comparison. I don't think people stealing guns is ok of course not. But what do you expect from animals?

curmudgeon said...

Stealing guns from wally mart? Nice to know the looters are now well armed.

shoes said...

no patsy , i mean hundreds of homes under water. whole boroughs gone. thousands put out of their homes. areas that still arent back to where they were

marriedman said...

WAIT! DONT SHOOT! OW! DAMNIT SHOES! IT WAS ONLY A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS WORTH OF BAG BALM! MY TEATS ARE DRY! OW! I'M DYING!

Willy Jo said...

hey mr pissed are you sum kind of retred er sumthin?

and duse yer name meen that yer reel angry er reel drunk.

anyhoo, just thought i'd stop by and call you a Quar but thats ok i like Quars.

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