Friday, February 20, 2009


Fine, whites are racist
~Garland Robinette

Defending the Undefendable
~A Drug Called Tradition

Even If I Buy Your Defense,
You're Still Indefensible
~First Draft
~Hat T'n'T- WCBF

Obama: Government cannot forget lessons of Katrina
~"The residents of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast who are helping rebuild are heroes who believe in their communities and they are succeeding despite the fact that they have not always received the support they deserve from the federal government," he said in a statement. "We must ensure that the failures of the past are never repeated."

Obama's custom-painted Zulu
coconut will be presented to him
-- sometime~Jonathan Tilove

~In his short tenure, a lot of important things have arrived at President Barack Obama's desk: daily intelligence briefings, daily economic briefings, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act, the economic stimulus bill. But one thing has not: The Zulu Coconut.
~Editilla Krewellas~ We are talking Priorities here.

Carnival in full swing as Endymion campers brave cold night~Michael Luke

New Roads' Mardi Gras wrapped in history~Lisa Tramontana

Free urgent care clinic to open downtown for Carnival revelers

~Parades Tonight!~
Knights of Hermes
Uptown 6:00 p.m.

Le Krewe d'Etat
Uptown 6:00 p.m.

Krewe of Morpheus
Uptown 7:00 p.m.

Krewe of Selene Slidell 6:30 p.m.
The Original Krewe of Orpheus Mandeville 7:00 p.m.
Krewe of Aphrodite Houma 6:30 p.m.
~The black souls and dying hearts behind Corrosion present a morbid march through the French Quarter this Sunday.
Carnival of Space 91
~Next Big Future

Martinique cancels yearly carnival, cites unrest

Cancan dancers, Lord of Misrule
open Rio Carnival
~Stuart Grudgings

Rio mayor tries to control chaotic Carnival city

Gozo Carnival kicks off

Local Levee Board Out-foxed by
Corps of Engineers AGAIN!
~Sheila Grissett

~Editilla Motellas~ We titled this lede.
Please follow the Bat Signal for the pics of today's Picayune- Corps IED (Infuckingcredibly Expensive Display) $40,000+!
Frankly, I now find it so nauseating to see these Flash Ads in the TP Corps Coverage Area that I am having increasing trouble posting them on this Ladder, hence the Dixclaimer page.
There you can see pics of these fraudulent, advertorial wastes of our Tax Payer Flood Funding.
I could place pages and pages of these ads there, already g'loomed from last half of last year --just a few months wort! But, usually you will find the "subject" du jour dixclaimed.
If you gotta have it then just fang back through our achieves starting around the middle of last years flood/hurricane season. But after a while of pasting this used paper, we worry that surely folks would begin to wonder if Editilla ain't just one shy of a full metal jacket, maybe I got the whole six-pack but lack that little plastic thingy to hold it all together... one toke over da'line stick short of a toothpick bridge ...whateva.

But these ads costs more than my annual salary.
These are not congressional mandated public service announcements. They really, actually serve no other purpose than to give a public impression that the Corps is alerting us to their plans, involving we the stakeholders. No. Dump Truck PR
announcements of meetings of foregone conclusions.
In Fact, these meetings serve to delay and distract public input until the Corps can slip in a new change of design at the last minute like these flood gates.
It is a fact that the Corps could have brought this up sooner.
It is a fact that the Times Picayune could have asked these questions much sooner! <--But they never do ask because they are getting paid buckets of Ad Money from the Corps? It is a fact that the Tom Jackson quoted in the article from the esteemed "Levee Board" made his career out of consulting engineer on Corps projects and is a past ASCE ho'dee'doh. Where the forking goddamn hell was our Vaunted Levee Board on this?
ASCECORPS. These are facts to stack alongside the other chips the Corps has shoveled onto the betting table of our future.
And all this delay time means water under the levees.
Let's Face It New Orleans, crime is bad. The mayor is bad.
The housing crisis is ubberbad. Da'Governorcist? Holy Badman!
The TP? Necrojournali$tically EmBadded Exquisite Corps.
It's bad ya'know... But, beneath all of that stanky badness
the Exquisite Corps' rises, grows baddest of them all.
Bad Bad Bad. This is no accident. Imagine if you will...
WWRSS? (What Would Rod Serling Say?)
Imagine you are riding the street car. It's packed to the gills and suddenly you feel something the size of a flood gate getting quietly shoved up your butt. You turn to see a NOPD officer grinning down (but you can't see their hands) and behind them the entire car is full of NOPD, only they are all wearing Red ASCECORPS Badges and holding nightsticks made from rolled up Times Picayune newspapers...
--and they are screaming at you,
"Hey! What ta'hell chou lookin'at, Punk?"

Inheriting Halliburton's Army
~Mother Jones

Textron to build Army 10 more armored police cruisers
~Textron Marine & Land Systems,
a division of Textron Inc. has been awarded a $10.9 million contract.-AP

The Feds are Blogging
~Ellen Miller

Legislators want all stimulus funds~Michelle Millhollon

Expansion set for April
~Michael Newsom
~Port of Gulfport officials said they expect to turn dirt in April on a massive restoration and expansion project, which they said would eventually create 6,500 direct jobs and generate billions in revenue.

Tulane Scientist Seeks to Unravel the Physics of Erosion Caused by Groundwater ~Kathryn Hobgood

Life Not All a Carnival for Rio's Drum Queens


Ima Wizer said...

Thanks for the posting of my cartoon, again. Always an honor to be on your blog...sure would like the link to, though......
Happy Weekend!

Editilla said...

Already there,
Click da'pic, swee'pea,
and also: Dump Truck PR
I'm practicing being subtle or something...
need more coffee first though..
Viva le Masqued E'vinga!