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Daily Archives: Thursday, September 1, 2005
Titans respond: In addition to the news I blogged earlier about Steve McNair joining Brete Favre in sending a semi-truck full of supplies to their home state of Mississippi, it appears Titans and other NFL teams and players are gearing … Continue reading
From the story “Regaining Control”: (Scroll down) “It appeared the city had finally hit rock bottom, setting the stage for humanitarian efforts that could soon begin to quell the mass suffering of thousands of New Orleanians.” Also, in another story, … Continue reading
Two Mississippi natives respond: Brete Favre and Steve McNair (I’ll be seeing them both in a pre-season game in about 90 minutes) have arranged a tractor-trailer filled with supplies for hurricane victims in their homestate of Mississippi. Quote: “McNair is … Continue reading
Magazine audit advisories: The two magazine auditing agencies have issued advisories to their members on how the interuption in postal service to Katrina-impacted areas should be treated in audit reports. BPA’s member alert is here. ABC’s information is here. Related … Continue reading
Insurgency: (From Reuters) “New Orleans’ mayor issued an urgent plea for relief of his flooded city on Thursday as gunshots and looting hampered the evacuation of desperate crowds trying to escape Hurricane Katrina’s destruction.” Observation: This sounds like those apocalyptic … Continue reading