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Frankly, dears, I may have to make an appearance. If I do, I will still be in mourning for the new Nouvelle Orleans. Look for the lady in black - veil and all. Edwin needs to know that many remember him and in all honesty believe he did good for the state and its citizens. Sorry, Clancy, dear.
When you see the pictures there is only one thing that we all should do. A prayer might help as well as a donation. Such ignorance, dears, as displayed by the postings on twitter and facebook is unbelieveable.
Thank you, dear, for pointing out the importance of this woman and also for the difficulties that she had to overcome. More articles about citizens who have done much for this city should be outlined. Perhaps we should look at John Mc Donough, Isaac Delgado, the Sterns,etc.
Silas, dear, you are right. I must be getting old I am also agreeing with a member of the Landrieu clan. Please, Rhett, some Benedictine that should belp. NO, not B&B but straight Benedictine.
C.B. summed it up perfectly. A Rhodes Scholar does not necessarily make one a leader. The governor may be a scholar and a politician but not a true leader.
Clancy, never thought along these lines before but you have an excellent point. The problem, dear, is that Nixon resigned but he never was indicted. Now will the same thing run true for Nagin. No. As you point out he will never resign but he may be indicted. Now when does prescription begin to run? Let's count the days.
Well, Clancy, dear the star crossed lovers stood together. Remember what happened to Romeo and Juliet. Time will tell, now won't it. Now when will the jury be selected?
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