Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Sad Day (And We're Next)

Today is the second anniversary of Katrina's entrance into New Orleans, and Bush is there this morning (too little too late). Between the broken levees (and films about broken levees) and the 10% jump in Houston's population (and the jump in murders) Texans should be mad as hell at the lax federal infrastructure- 'cause we're next. Don't expect to be compensated for anything if your house gets blown down, don't expect any food, water or help after the hurricane, just pull yourself up by your bootstraps and get on down the road. Here's some destruction to remind you of the past and your own possible future.
















2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Themis and Nemesis. Darling girls.

ArtsHouston said...

I dont know - I think NOLA is more likely to get destroyed again than Houston, though there are areas that are indeed precarious. Galveston has more to worry about.