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Re: Thanks MikeC for the disaster forum
      Sun Sep 04 2005 12:07 AM

Well, I guess since I was personally affected only in that New Orleans is a city I love about as much as any including my own, I am capable of getting back to talking about the weather, but I hope that the people running this board are willing to allow (even encourage) discussion of the consequences of such a huge, devestating storm. I also wish they'd allow discussion of public policy related to it (that's another way of saying the relevent politics). But in any case, there don't seem to be any storms actually threatening land right now--thank your higher power--so we have plenty of time, and many of us have the inclination, to talk about Katrina and I just hope they'll let us. And I do think talking about her is therapeutic. Safe at home, I'm still pretty emotional about the situation I admit.

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