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Thunderstorms in the Imajica

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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Well, it's been five years since hurricane Katrina made landfall, wiped out many Gulf Coast communities, and caused New Orleans to catastrophically flood.  U.S. news media are all broadcasting special programming commemorating (if that's the right word) the fifth anniversary of this disaste . . . ()

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

300,000 homes destroyed Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast states two years ago and then much of the city of New Orleans was dealt the second disaster of a flooded city.  Homes and buildings that survived the hurricane winds were destroyed when the levees broke. Two years after . . . ()

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

After being reminded of the terrible devastation wrought by hurricane Katrina this past week, seeing the National Hurricane Center predicting this path for Ernesto made my stomach a little queasy.  A year ago, hurricane Katrina skimmed past south Florida and killed about a dozen peopl . . . ()

Sunday, August 27, 2006

Once again this week, Stuart Carlson boils down another national political issue into a concise editorial cartoon.  With the troubling Hurricane Katrina anniversary, the celebratory Rovian spinmeisters are staging events all this week to repair the damage to the Bush administration's . . . ()

Thursday, September 29, 2005

The extremely scientific Thunderstorms in the Imajica poll, "Who to blame for Katrina deaths", has revealed that most people don't blame any of the political leaders at the federal, state or local level. The majority of people blame "no one" because "shit happens."  A few people blame ev . . . ()

Saturday, September 17, 2005

During the 1997 Daytona Beach Bike Week, I met an airbrush artist who had registered the domain name PETA.COM and used it as a parody page to mock the terrorist funding organization called People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).  So, for a few months, that .COM web site had "P . . . ()

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

The other night when NBC aired its live "Concert for Hurricane Relief," I watched with amusement as rapper Kanye West surprised everyone by going on a mini-rant that ended when he blurted out, "George Bush doesn't care about black people!"  That little live nugget was cut from the taped pro . . . ()

Sunday, September 04, 2005

When New Orleans officials issued a mandatory evacuation order, some speculated at the time that about eighty percent of the residents of The Big Easy had already fled ahead of Hurricane Katrina's arrival.  Now as rescue and recovery operations continue, the scale of the displaced evacuee . . . ()

Friday, September 02, 2005

In response to the hurricane tragedy, NBC will air a live benefit special, "A Concert For Hurricane Relief," in high-definition on NBC, MSNBC and CNBC tonight at 8:00pm (ET), it was announced today by NBC Universal.  The hour-long, music and celebrity driven broadcast will air live.  F . . . ()

Thursday, September 01, 2005

People who've regularly read Thunderstorms or Dark Skies blog over the many months know how political and sarcastic I can be.  Although the coordination of the relief effort by government officials seems woefully bungled as evacuees are stranded and dying, and corpses are floating in floode . . . ()

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