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"Hookers and Tithing". That's the title of my next book. Fiction, mostly. Mostly.


Hopefully this means the Hornets are around for awhile. I have been to a couple of games, and it is great fun.

I was also hoping I could interest you in an online project I am working on.

I am trying to organize an online project to commemorate the 1 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. My plan, which I call the Katrina Blog Project, involves getting bloggers together who were personally affected by Hurricane Katrina.

Beginning August 26, each blogger in the project will post a daily personal recounting of the events as they experienced them one year before. (I chose August 26 because it was the last "normal" workday for most people before Katrina hit.)

It is my hope that, if I can get a significant number of people to join me in this, that we can create a large-scale online re-enactment of the events of Katrina week in the words of people who lived through it. I do not think a major historic has ever been retold in this fashion, so we would be creating something entirely new.

I hope you will consider participating. The more people who join, the more important this project will be.

For more information, you can check out my guidelines here:

Thanks for considering my proposal.

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absolument incroyable. l'air si délicieux i veux que ce soit! J'ai mis ton blog dans mes inspirations:) love it.


There are no security, as it is not ptvearily owned. There are police, as it is owned by the city.I later found out that this was not an isolated incident, and the police arrest about 1000 people per year there. Beforehand, I found a forum full of people talking about going freely in and out, and assumed it was kosher. This was apparently incorrect.I am a big fan of exploring urban ruins, and you need to realize that every time you do, you are entering a legal gray area that mostly depends on the whim of the owners. I can't say for sure one way or the other what would have happened, but it's safe to say they don't want people there, despite how beautiful it is and what a great city attraction it could be.

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