Saturday, November 19, 2011

Levee-fill debris includes shopping cart, water heater ~Paul Rioux
~Levee board member Paul Dauphin said the alleged attempt to “bulldoze the evidence” raises doubts about the Tiger Team’s independence. “I think they’re going to minimize everything and say that this levee is technically sound and safe or whatever,” he said. “But we’ve got to look at this with our common sense, with our gut and with our concern for residents who live here and ask, ‘Do I want to live behind a levee that has shopping carts, tires, hubcaps and firewood in it?’”

~Editilla Toll'ya~ SO! Hate to say we toll'ya so. Buuuut, does anyone else want to give the Exquisite Corps the benefit of the doubt here, now? Well?

Are the construction people at the NOLA area US Army Corp of Engineers that incompetent or simply on the take? We have more levee debris complete with dueling excavators ~Slabbed

Water utility hackers destroy pump, expert says SCADA breach 'a really big deal'

Sediment shuts down Miss. River at St. Louis

A Big Bushel of Road Apples
~American Zombie

~Editilla Notellas~ We had to repost this fine piece since the Crime Cameras are all The Rage these days. Yet, this blogger not only nailed that plank here early, he walked the perps Spanish down the hall and into Lake Pontchartrain on it. I enjoy reading his posts more than twice because A: they are filled with incredibly entertaining morsels of data-packed flavor, and, B: he weaves such copiously packed data-morsels so thickly that it's like reading Slabbed while on LSD-52.

The hardest political choice…
~Disenfranchised Citizen

ACLU files suit over BP protest arrest in Long Beach, Miss.

City of Broussard faces $1 million water bill

Sacred Trespasses

Sci-fi action film 'Ender's Game' to shoot in New Orleans ~Mike Scott

Magnolia Shorty's Husband Murdered in N.O.

Farmers markets cropping up~Ian McNulty

French Quarter Festival rethinks musicians' pay and may net bigger acts in 2012

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