Monday, March 06, 2006

Ricardo

A wonderful man named Ricardo Guitierrez offered to help me out down here. Today he drove me through New Orleans East and then on to Mississippi. I will be writing about Ricardo in the coming days but now I need to pack. Thanks Ricardo!

Ricardo lives in a FEMA trailer....


Close up reveals.....


BTW I haven't found anyone down here who thinks we were too hard on Brownie and owe him an apology. Just saying......

5 Comments:

Anonymous charley said...

nobody was too hard on brownie.

he spoke up when it was convenient.

i never saw him as the most culpable anyway. when it comes to the real job of governing this whole administration is playing way out of their league.

i'm sure they'll figure out how to line their pockets at any rate.

10:10 PM  
Blogger subutane said...

NAACP’S BRUCE GORDON WILL BE IN NEW ORLEANS

ON SUNDAY, MARCH 12TH

TO MEET WITH ALL LOUISIANA NAACP MEMBERS



Mr. Bruce S. Gordon, President and CEO of the NAACP

will be in New Orleans on Sunday, March 12th at 5:00 PM to

meet with all members of the Louisiana State Conference NAACP.

The purpose of Mr. Gordon's visit is to announce the next phase of the

NAACP's Katrina Recovery and Rebuild New Orleans efforts.

He will also be announcing new initiatives to

Protect the Vote in the upcoming municipal and state elections.



The meeting will take place at the

Sixth Baptist Church, 928 Felicity Street, New Orleans, Louisiana.



Please confirm your attendance to the

New Orleans Branch NAACP at 504.528.9700.

If you have any questions contact the New Orleans Branch NAACP or the

Regional Office at 713-662-2727.


Keep up the great work Scout and friends!

10:52 PM  
Blogger subutane said...

Covington, LA Troops Out Now Rally:

mini poster

12:35 AM  
Anonymous robinhood said...

Have you seen these katrina photos yet? Be warned. They are brutal.

http://bagnewsnotes.typepad.com/bagnews/2005/09/katrina_afterma.html

8:17 AM  
Anonymous janeboatler said...

subcutane, I am glad to see an anti-war rally in Covington. The north shore went heavily Republican in the last election.

1:21 PM  

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