Monday, February 13, 2006

More Katrina Humor


People are provoked. This is an example. My neighbor sent this photo to me but didn't say where he found it. This pile of debris could be anywhere in Mississippi or Louisiana.

St. C

6 comments:

seawitch said...

LOL

Songbird said...

Heehee!
And boohoo, too.

annie said...

I know a few people around here who could be the culprits!

Quotidian Grace said...

This one's been going around here in Texas. I've had it sent to me several times and it always reminded me of you!

Shouldn't there be another one with a FEMA rep inside?

mibi52 said...

In Mississippi, someone told me a story of being in a meeting with a woman who had on a badge saying "Don't kill me, I'm from FEMA."

Could have been taken so many different ways...

So what happens to all those poor folks who are still in FEMA trailers when the first hurricane of the 2006 hurricane system approaches? And what happens to the repair work done on homes when the FEMA trailer hits them? Or when the blue FEMA tarp is blown off the still-unfixed roof, since the insurance company is still arguing about the claim?

pardon me while I am ticked off...

LightShadows said...

That's actually from the meraux area of St. Bernard Parish, just east of New Orleans. Although, truth be told, it could be from anywhere around here, as those messages were left on refridgerators and homes all over. My personal favorite was the sign in Chalmette, LA (St. Bernard Parish), which read...."AllState...the f*ck you people"

Dave
New Orleans