I was just going to ask you that, Phil. I am so worried about all of them up there. Just heard on Larry King that the "plug" they tried to use in N.O. has failed and the mayor is telling people to head to higher ground within the next 2 hours. They're looking at 15 ft. flood waters there. They showed a picture of the inside of the Superdome, there are holes in the roof; although I have no idea how far above sea level the Superdome is, I have to believe that flood waters will be able to get in there and add to the already horrible plight of those there. May God bless all of those suffering. I never thought I'd see something like this happen in my lifetime. It's almost imcomprehensible. And I'm not afraid to tell you that I've been shedding many tears for my fellow Americans.
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