Via Clay at Nola-dishu:
Ex-FEMA head Brown evacuated in Boulder wildfire
Hurricane Katrina victims take note. Michael Brown is safe.
A series of wind-whipped wildfires north of Boulder, Colo., have forced the evacuation of more than 11,500 residents among them vilified ex-Federal Emergency Management Agency head Michael Brown.
Here's Brownie discussing the horrifying ordeal, which ends with Brownie sleeping not in a trailer for 3 years...but on a friend's couch. "We hope you can get some rest!" says the concerned interviewer to Brownie.
"No worries on that count!" thinks New Orleans.