Sunday, September 20, 2009


Plaquemines Parish residents plead for levee protection
~"But we don’t have authorization and funding from Congress to do that," Col. Alvin Lee told hundreds of Plaquemines residents Saturday in the Belle Chasse High School auditorium.
~Editilla Beotchwolfs Crow Pie at the Colonel~
We just want this stupid thug gang leader of Leake Street to stop misstating our Congressional Mandate and FOLLOW HIS BOSSES' ORDERS. And who da'Boss here?
Brigadier General Michael Walsh? Commander, Division Engineer, Mississippi Valley Division USACE? Noooo.
The Corps of Engineers Lawyers who decided that Walsh would not formally investigate those Bad Outfall Canal Pumps? Hell'No!
The Commander in Chief? Really? Ya'think?
But, considering Obama has had the Office of Special Counsel Report on those Worthless Pumps since JUNE, don't hold your breath on our Flood safety as it appears our young President is too busy working the lobby right now to stop this out-of-control military unit from further attacking New Orleans.
We The People? DING! DING! DING! DING!

LSU project seeks solutions for coastal areas~Amy Wold
~Come up with a plan that integrates economic development, neighborhood rebuilding, green energy, coastal restoration, federal and state agencies, a host of nonprofit organizations and community involvement. And have it done by May. That’s the task the relatively new Coastal Sustainability Studio at LSU has set for itself with a focus on the Bayou Bienvenue area and Lower 9th Ward neighborhood in New Orleans.
~Bayou Sauvage site slated for restoration

Residents weigh in on city's proposed master plan
~Ramon Antonio Vargas

Sunday Funnies~Citizen K

Inside Art New Orleans

Business slumping for French Quarter restaurants
~Maya Rodriguez

La Fromagerie d' Acadiana cheese baron talks expansion
~Cheré Coen

Dana A. Romero loves cheese.
So much so he will deliver gourmet cheeses not easily found in Acadiana straight to your home.
It’s all part of his new site,, which sells international cheeses, as well as the award-winning goat cheese of Wanda Barras of St. Martinville’s Belle Ecorce Farms. Barras won two Red Ribbon awards out of 1,300 entries at the American Cheese Society Awards, held in Austin last month — second place for the Tuscan Party Disk in the marinated cheese category and second place for Sweet Home Jalapeno in the cheese spread category.

Valve chooses New Orleans for video game, Left 4Dead 2~vg247

New Orleans Singer Songwriter Andrew Duhon~Organic Groove

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