Thursday, September 29, 2011

Community Prays For Mid-City Shooting Victim is now #1 on ~Humid Beings

I’m getting that old familiar feeling again. In my pants. ~moosedenied~I guess it really is in the eye of the beholder, eh? Because for such an "ugly" win, it sure was a thing of beauty to me. I don't know, maybe the Dome smelled of burnt toast all day Sunday, but from where I was sitting, I was getting a big ole whiff of that pungent aroma we all remember from back in 2009. I was smelling Greatness. And it gave me that special kind of boner that I haven't had since those days. If it didn't have that effect on you, well then I consider that a damn shame. Hopefully it'll look a lot different to you when you look back on it in February.
To shamelessly mangle a sentiment once expressed by John F Kennedy: This win wasn't beautiful because it was easy, it was beautiful because it was hard.

Michoud chosen by NASA for heavy-lift rocket work!

The Goat Speaks: our heroes have always been Gleasons ~Hat Tweet

Sheriff disses mayoral aide at tense meeting on law enforcement spending priorities
~Matt Davis, The Lens

Attorney for River Birch landfill official has a conflict of interest, federal prosecutors say

Its a brother in law deal: The noose around Fazzio’s neck draws tighter ~Slabbed

What is BP hiding now, and why is the Coast Guard and NOAA helping?
~Disenfranchised Citizen

Houma Tribe Wants Storm Protection For Its Coastal Towns~Susan Buchanan

More help for Louisiana's coast

Hurricane Ophelia becomes 4th hurricane of the Atlantic season

Chris Rose: deadbeats

Feds, La. disagree over funding

NOLA History: The Flags of New Orleans

Frank's Place
to screen again at NOCCA

A Vintnerview with Michelle Gueydan ~Blackened Out

~Hat Tweet ~Just bought my ticket for . You should too! Abita Beer Presents Boudin & Beer via @carnivaleduvin

WWOZ Fall Membership Drive!
~Editilla Re-Memberellas~ We dropped by the station yesterday on our way to Harvest the Music in Lafayette Square. (What a nice example of Living Metaphor!) They're such nice folks and the place smelled like a Nola Food Festival because of all the donated food. There was live music going on, and phones a'ringin...a general air of Faith and Resurrection.
You have to have stood outside the old station in Armstrong Park, during The Flood 8/29/05, to understand what I've meant by the "Screaming Silence" of that day the music died.
But this is New Orleans... our city of Rebirth. Please go online and give them money.
They'll give you Cool Shwag aaand keep your soul intact, guardians of the congroovience.

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