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September 07, 2008

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suntawrites

Hey Survivors! Welcome back power - F Cable.
Glad to hear you enjoyed some reading and much deserved relaxation.
Your update on Tenny was quite appreciated! :)

kartek

Everyone is hanging out solo since I'm sure everyone is dealing with their own at home biology projects and other chores/luxuries that have been neglected in the past week. Glad to hear you are back on the grid...but I would be sure to stock up on 'cane supplies. I would be worried about Ike if I were you.

jason

Yeay!!!!!

I was worried about you all up there.

(by the way, that's just about the best picture of a school desk chair I've ever seen.
(Honest!)

Leslie @ the oko box

It really makes you wonder why people live there- on purpose- for all their lives!?
I know it makes me think of that... i tried remembering back to the way I thought when I was 17 and New Orleans was the only town and culture I ever knew : No one seems to even be aware that other places are not pounded with storms every year or so, people would act like it was just a big thunderstorm till Katrina came and scared the shit out of everyone. And still I imagine there is some complacent vibe going on. I lived 6 blocks from a levee that seemed to be nothing more then a dirt pile with some thin cement on the river side, i drove past that levee everyday not even thinking about how f-en WEIRD it is that the river was above my car & only being held back by the old crappy engineered mound of dirt.
People don't know the difference and rarely get out to live in another state- most my friends who left Louisiana call it a "black hole", because of the dark way it sucks you in without knowing. And in the case of a hurricane....that's another style of black hole. :)
I dont even want to think about days of no air in the BR summer- it's too sick to even imagine.
So here's a yo mama joke to cheer you up::::

Yo mama is so dirty that when she gets out the tub there's gumbo!

Apollo

good go on the flaming lips

Big Daddy

Who's house is that in the first pic?

Yikes.

jeff

Welcome back to the grid.

Lioux

I'm glad to hear everything is mostly okay.

Rock on, Tenny!!!

Alicia

STILL NO POWER FOR US IN CAPITAL HEIGHTS. IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE 14 TO 21 DAYS.

(SORRY FOR THE ALL CAPS.)

cokane

thanks all!

Leslie, I have wondered the saaaame thing. also: LOL re: yo momma joke

Alicia, I would be writing in all caps, too. Jesus! Sorry dude. Need ice? We have tons.

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