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Sure, everybody is writing about Katrina, but it’s…

Sure, everybody is writing about Katrina, but it’s hard not to. Maybe I should be glad that I managed to stop in New Orleans and see the French Quarter. It’s hard to imagine, the idea of New Orleans is the French Quarter. Just the idea of the potential damage to the city is mind boggling.

What will the human cost of this hurricane be? What will the environmental cost be? It’s all the more real, having seen the Gulf Coast, it’s all the more real knowing that Lisa lives there. I am assuming that she got out safely, but I honestly have no clue.

I went to bed assuming that whatever was to happen would have happened by the time I got up. I find it almost impossible to tear my eyes away from it. Things sound better – a Category 4 is better than a Category 5. The storm turned north (as they said it would). To me it looked worse, it looked like the storm had turned towards the city, but apparently this is an improvement, since it puts the city on the left side of the storm, getting its strongest winds off the land, not off the sea. They seem to think that the storm surge probably won’t go over the levees…something, they said, which could have left the city under water for up to eight months.

I’m concernd about Sam too. I don’t really know where he is in Mississippi, but I think he’s far enough inland.


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