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  1. #1
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    I I put together some pictures for some of you that may not know about New Orleans and how close to the gulf it is.The city is also at Ocean level. Waves in the storm have been reported at 66ft




    [img]http://img356.imageshack.us/img356/3844/orleansb2uj.jpg[img]



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    good pics. Thanks. That place is in trouble im fraid.

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    I don't pray too much

    But I will for those folks.....Rob , I hope you and yours are safe.

    Hang on , this might get ugly.
    Life goes on long after the thrill of living is gone.

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    actually, New Orleans is about 12 feet BELOW sea level.

    If it hits dead on or west of New Orleans, the city will be no more. Lake Pontchatrain will flood and wash the French Quarter clean out to the Gulf of Mexico.

    I have family there. Pray for them, since some won't leave.

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    Thanks

    Originally posted by sline-dawg
    But I will for those folks.....Rob , I hope you and yours are safe.

    Hang on , this might get ugly.
    We are on the western side of the state and don't really expect to much from this one thank God.

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    Heck some people were still in the French Quarter drinking daquaris (sp) around 5:00 pm. They were starting to close off bridges at that time.

    There will certainly be many deaths.

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    Eye is right off shore.

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    At 3:00 A.M. winds were 155 mph. It is looking like the eye will pass west of New Orleans and pass directly over Baton Rouge looking at some of the time lapse radars.

    There will be thousands killed in this storm. A lot of people will have under estimated the power behind this storm.

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    I called my state senator here last night. We know another senator that has a fleet of 18 wheelers that travel nation wide. We are going to try to send water over and some other stuff. This might be something some of you could get rolling in your towns. Even if it is a small box van it will help.

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    Where did you get those pics ?

    Can I get them of any place?

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    try google earth.
    Contractor locator map

    How-to-apply-for-Professional

    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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