Further Evidence that Mitch Landrieu is Satan and Hell has Frozen Over
~Editilla excapes da'Punitarium.
Until now, the only Democrat allowed to cozy up with GOP superstar strategist, and Haint of Satan Mary Matalin was her husband, political consultant Jim Carville,
and Satan. But it looks like another candidate for HellBoy has won a bite of Jezebelzebub's heart. According to an invitation circulating this week, Madame Shewolf (above) is slated to co-ho'st an upcoming $1,000-a-person fundraiser in Washington, DC for Lt. Gov Mitch Landrieu.
Thank'ya Cheezus and the Republican Party for buying off another Democrat Mayor of New Orleans AGAIN...
--Yea'N'Verily, Praise-GOP! Saveth Us from Ourselves! Asseth...
--the Succubus cometh! Watch yer'Bucks! Yaaass!
"Since the Federal Flood, the Army Corps of Engineers has kept us safe"
Ozone changes loom for NOLA region~Mark Schleifstein
Suburbs making New Orleans look bad~Jarvis DeBerry
New Orleans: A City That Still Needs You~Kevin Daniels
State Farm demands 19 percent rate car'jack in premiums for Louisiana, 30 % eye'gouge in New Orleans and Houma- Thibodaux, 35% bet on Lafayette
is your testicle/ovum.
This is your Testicle- Ovum on State Farm.
Brrrr – MID throws Allstate’s requested rate increase out in the cold ~slabbed
Strawberry farmers cover fields
~Debra Lemoine~The strawberry plants can survive the cold weather, said Regina Bracy, professor and research coordinator at the LSU Agriculture Center’s Hammond Research Station. The issue is the survival of the blooms on the plants, which turn into the ruby berries approximately 21 days after the white and yellow flowers appear on the plants, Bracy said. When covered and protected from frost, the blooms can handle freezing temperature as low as 25 degrees.
Plaquemines Parish citrus growers prepare for costly cold snap~C.J. Lin
Peaches, apples may benefit from Deep South freeze
FERC Rejects Army Corps’ Challenges on Complying with Reliability Standards
~Troutman Sanders LLP
USACE Surveying and Mapping Community of Practice
County wrestles with federal officials over Orick flood maps
~John Driscoll~Humboldt County is pushing federal emergency officials to take another look at draft flood maps that project the little town of Orick will be under water during big floods, which threatens to force property owners to buy insurance. The Federal Emergency Management Agency in August aired the new maps to Orick, dramatically changing earlier predictions that a 100-year flood -- or one that occurs statistically once every 100 years -- on Redwood Creek would be contained by its 1960s-era levees. Landowners are now scrambling to buy flood insurance before the maps become final, for the lower rates.
Panama awards $268 million canal digging contract
Get in nutria gear
Susan Cowsill covers the Byrds and more music from Keith Spera's Trick Bag
The Dead Kenny G’s Tonight at D.B.A.~Jay Massa
New Orleans Bingo! Show Announces New Lineup, Australian Tour Dates
Granny Rock~Alex Woodward