Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Occupy NOLA: not with a bang, but a whimper
~Photo by John McCusker / The Times-Picayune. An evicted Occupy NOLA protester watches from Gravier Street as the police clear Duncan Plaza. New Orleans Police cleared out the Occupy NOLA encampment across Perdido Street from City Hall. There was one arrest Tuesday, December 6, 2011.
~Although police in body armor and helmets were on a side street, out of sight of the encampment, the officers moving through the park before sunup Tuesday were in regular uniforms with holstered sidearms. One had a bullhorn and was ordering the park's occupants to clear out. Once the occupants were out, trash trucks moved in to start clearing debris. Protester Verrick Bills of New Orleans said there was no violence or undue force used by police in the eviction. "They have been very polite, very nice," Bills said.

Strap on your boots tight and you might be alright ~moosedenied
~It's times like these when I wish this here little pissant blog had more than about a half-dozen readers. Because we'd have three whole weeks to get ourselves organized and get a "Raise the flag! Raise the flag! Raise the flag!" chant going during Dec 26th's game against Atlanta in the… wait for it, wait for it… Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Now New Orleans Saints just need to take their winning streak on the road

Sen. David Vitter asks for 'comprehensive' audit of Corps of Engineers~Bruce Alpert

Between the Lines in Corps' Trinity River Enviromental Assessment: Don't Blame Us ~Jim Schutze ~Hat Tip~ Levees.org

This weeks Politics With A Punch!

Mikko, Actor, Comedian and Playwright

Chris Rose, Author, Columnist, Commentator, Fox-8 TV

Sid From Gentilly, Legendary Talk Show Caller

John Slade, Radio Talk Show Host, WBOK 1230 AM

Vince Vance, New Orleans Original & Musical Genius

Robyn Walensky, Anchor/Reporter for Glenn Beck Radio Show

New Orleans History: Our Lady of Prompt Succor ~George Gurtner

Garden District Book Shop hosts an appearance by author David Sedaris

LiaMolly designer to open small knitting factory in New Orleans

Calling all captains: submit your Carnival Ball information

Heaux heaux heaux: It's the Running of the Santas ~Kevin Allman

Speaking Our Language: Patois
~He Said/She Said NOLA

Revving up the Reveillon~Ian McNulty

~Hat Tweet Duke LoCicero~See Chef Duke's easy homemade sauce & Voodoo Shrimp & Grits video -

Scenes from the East and WestBank parades
~Big Red Cotton, Gambit

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