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    McMahon Takes Control Of ECW Brand June 29th, 2006

    Extreme Championship Wrestling

    Well, it doesn’t look good for ECW and fans of the original. Vince McMahon has decided to take control away from Paul Heyman and move it in the direction he wants it to go. Which basically means it’s going to be another WWE clone full of stupid gimmicks, insipid storylines that make no sense and more of the same garbage that has made most of the WWE products pretty boring. In the back of my mind I knew Vince McMahon couldn’t leave well enough alone and would end up micro-managing things into the ground like he’s done with the current RAW and Smackdown brands. If McMahon takes it in the typical WWE direction, I predict ECW will fade away within a year.

    Maybe one day some stiff competition will arise and go head-to-head with the WWE and actually force them to up their quality. Maybe one day, but not now.

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    Debbie Schlussel Explains Why She Won’t Miss Star Jones On “The Spew”…er…”The View” June 28th, 2006

    Debbie Schlussel writes a very biting article on why you shouldn’t miss Star Jones from the ABC yakfest known as “The View.”

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    Moose – R.I.P. (1990-2006) June 27th, 2006

    'Moose
    Moose (a.k.a. – Eddie on the NBC TV show Frasier

    Moose, a Jack Russell terrier who played the part of “Eddie” for ten years on the popular NBC sitcom “Frasier,” died last week. His credits include a role in My Dog Skip, starring Kevin Bacon and Frankie Muniz. He was sixteen.

    Olbermann Caught In A Big Lie Due To His Own Actions June 27th, 2006

    I found this to be highly amusing: Keith Olbermann, self-described as not being biased, is shown by his own actions to be heavily biased towards liberalism. Gee, who’d a thunk it? The facts and figures from Olbermann’s own shows are right here.

    A tip o’ the cap to RCox at Olbermann Watch for the heads up.

    Treasury Department Secretary Responds To The New York Times June 27th, 2006

    John W. Snow, U.S. Department of the Treasury Secretary, has written a very good letter to the editors of the New York Times specifically Managing Editor Bill Keller effectively refuting Keller’s assertions in his recent op-ed piece claiming, among other things, that the Treasury Department’s efforts to convince The New York Times not to publish the secret information were “half-hearted.”

    Mr. Bill Keller, Managing Editor
    The New York Times
    229 West 43rd Street
    New York, NY 10036

    Dear Mr. Keller:

    The New York Times’ decision to disclose the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program, a robust and classified effort to map terrorist networks through the use of financial data, was irresponsible and harmful to the security of Americans and freedom-loving people worldwide. In choosing to expose this program, despite repeated pleas from high-level officials on both sides of the aisle, including myself, the Times undermined a highly successful counter-terrorism program and alerted terrorists to the methods and sources used to track their money trails.

    Your charge that our efforts to convince The New York Times not to publish were “half-hearted” is incorrect and offensive. Nothing could be further from the truth. Over the past two months, Treasury has engaged in a vigorous dialogue with the Times – from the reporters writing the story to the D.C. Bureau Chief and all the way up to you. It should also be noted that the co-chairmen of the bipartisan 9-11 Commission, Governor Tom Kean and Congressman Lee Hamilton, met in person or placed calls to the very highest levels of the Times urging the paper not to publish the story. Members of Congress, senior U.S. Government officials and well-respected legal authorities from both sides of the aisle also asked the paper not to publish or supported the legality and validity of the program.

    Indeed, I invited you to my office for the explicit purpose of talking you out of publishing this story. And there was nothing “half-hearted” about that effort. I told you about the true value of the program in defeating terrorism and sought to impress upon you the harm that would occur from its disclosure. I stressed that the program is grounded on solid legal footing, had many built-in safeguards, and has been extremely valuable in the war against terror. Additionally, Treasury Under Secretary Stuart Levey met with the reporters and your senior editors to answer countless questions, laying out the legal framework and diligently outlining the multiple safeguards and protections that are in place.

    You have defended your decision to compromise this program by asserting that “terror financiers know” our methods for tracking their funds and have already moved to other methods to send money. The fact that your editors believe themselves to be qualified to assess how terrorists are moving money betrays a breathtaking arrogance and a deep misunderstanding of this program and how it works. While terrorists are relying more heavily than before on cumbersome methods to move money, such as cash couriers, we have continued to see them using the formal financial system, which has made this particular program incredibly valuable.

    Lastly, justifying this disclosure by citing the “public interest” in knowing information about this program means the paper has given itself free license to expose any covert activity that it happens to learn of – even those that are legally grounded, responsibly administered, independently overseen, and highly effective. Indeed, you have done so here.

    What you’ve seemed to overlook is that it is also a matter of public interest that we use all means available – lawfully and responsibly – to help protect the American people from the deadly threats of terrorists. I am deeply disappointed in the New York Times.

    Sincerely,

    [signed]

    John W. Snow, Secretary
    U.S. Department of the Treasury

    Frankly, I don’t trust Bill Keller with telling the truth. Not at all. In his public speeches and various op-ed pieces, he’s proven to absolutely despise the Bush administration and his own actions also prove that he is willing to do whatever it takes to put the Bush administration in as bad of a position as possible. Even if that means putting the lives of U.S. and allied troops in jeopardy. Even if it means putting the lives of U.S. citizens in jeopardy. Keller’s “justifications” have shown him to be arrogant, deceitful, manipulative and downright anti-American. I hope there is a way…a legal and ethical way…of holding Mr. Keller responsible for his completely irresponsible actions as managing editor of the New York Times.

    Captain Ed over at the Captain’s Quarters blog has an excellent response to Keller’s NYT letter along with several related links of interest. Also please read Glenn Reynolds’ response over at Instapundit.

    Tip o’ the hat to Mark Noonan at Blogs For Bush for the heads up.

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    Life Is Precious June 26th, 2006

    Steve Falcon reminds us all how precious life is. I urge you to read it.
    Tip o’ the hat to Lorie Byrd over at Wizbang! for the heads up.

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    National I.D. Cards In The Future? June 24th, 2006

    A thought occurred to me this evening after reading another report about military personnel’s social security numbers showing up publically. With all the problems with identity theft, illegal immigration and social security numbers being discovered and stolen, I wonder if there will a push in the near future to start over with a national I.D. card system. This is something that has been talked about in the past and also something conspiracy theorists have been paranoid about for years. However with the situation as it now stands, I wonder if the influential thinktanks and higher-ups have quietly started talking about and planning for some sort of national I.D. system. Just a thought.

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    “Crazy” Luke Graham – R.I.P. June 24th, 2006

    'Crazy' Luke Graham
    “Crazy” Luke Graham

    The world of professional wrestling has lost another great. Pro wrestling legend “Crazy” Luke Graham (real name Grady Johnson) passed away yesterday from suspected heart failure. I send my condolences to the family and friends of Luke Graham.

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    Offbeat Roadside Vacation Attractions June 24th, 2006

    Mothman
    Photo courtesy of Roadside America

    Let’s say you’re planning a well-deserved vacation and you have a craving to see a muffler man or the world’s smallest police station or the maple syrup museum but you don’t know where to go. Roadside America is the site for you.

    World's Largest Cow
    Photo courtesy of Roadside America

    Why bother with the land of the mouse known as Disney World (or Disneyland if you’re in California) when you can find mice attractions in Nevada and Wisconsin. Who needs Six Flags when you have the Boulevard of 500 Flags in Eastlake, Ohio or the Avenue of Flags (444 Banners of Freedom) in Hermitage, Pennsylvania? Roadside America has descriptions of hundreds upon hundreds of interesting, unique and in some cases just plain weird sites you can see all across North America. They even can help you find hotels and motels near the offbeat attraction of your choice. Definitely a way of seeing more than just the road. And the best thing is that most are either cheap or free. Can’t beat that!

    Shell Station
    Photo courtesy of Roadside America

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    Blabbermouths – New York Times Edition June 24th, 2006

    NYT New York Times Blabbermouth Poster

    Michelle Malkin has compiled a collection of clever graphics created in response to the idjits of the New York Times who tipped off the enemy. Will the NYT get the message? Heck, no. They don’t care about the safety and well-being of this country and its citizens. The hatred the NYT’s owners, board members and editorial staff have individually and collectively towards the Bush administration (and to a lesser degree, conservatives in general) has trumped (pardon the pun) common sense and decency there.

    NYT New York Times Blabbermouth Poster

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    The Biloxi Trip: Part Ten June 24th, 2006

    Whew! Ten parts with more to come. In an earlier entry, I showed the Pass Christian side of the Bay St. Louis bridge. In this entry, let’s look not only at the Bay St. Louis side of the Bay St. Louis Bridge, but some things in and around Bay St. Louis affected by Hurricane Katrina.

    The Bay St. Louis Bridge - June 10, 2006
    The Bay St. Louis Bridge – June 10, 2006
    On the western end of the Bay St. Louis bridge, you can see the evidence left behind as to how powerful the tidal surge was. From U.S. Highway 90, the bridge entrance was blocked off, but Beach Road is a right turn heading south. And even though it was closed to through traffic, it gave me enough room to get photos of the bridge.

    The Bay St. Louis Bridge - June 10, 2006
    The Bay St. Louis Bridge – June 10, 2006
    Even though the fencing set up to keep trespassers and curious onlookers out, you can see that the roadway is completely missing from at least the first quarter-mile stretch of the bridge heading east.

    The Bay St. Louis Bridge - June 10, 2006
    The Bay St. Louis Bridge – June 10, 2006
    This is a closer view of the damaged bridge.

    The Bay St. Louis Bridge - June 10, 2006
    The Bay St. Louis Bridge – June 10, 2006
    And another closer view.

    Bay St. Louis is a small town with an interesting historic district and also a quaint artist community all of which were either completely destroyed or heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina. Oprah Winfrey featured Bay St. Louis and nearby Waveland and Pass Christian on a couple of hurricane episodes of her show. Even though Beach Boulevard was closed to through traffic and as it turned out washed away at several points, we could still enter the town through inland routes.

    Statue Of The Virgin Mary In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Statue of the Virgin Mary in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    One of the first things we drove by was this statue of the Virgin Mary sitting on the steps leading to a damaged Catholic church. Now I don’t know for certain if this statue was originally intended to be at this location or if it was moved here post-Katrina, but it’s still an interesting site to see driving into town.

    Damaged Building In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Landmark Tile in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    This building used to be the home of Landmark Tile in Bay St. Louis. They are still in business, but forced to move to another location (as indicated by the sign on the right) due to the damage suffered by the building.

    Damaged Bank Building In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    A Damaged Bank Building Tile in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    This bank building is solidly built and didn’t appear to have much obvious exterior damage from my vantage point. However due to the railroad tracks being blocked at the remains of Beach Boulevard and partially eroded away in front of the bank building, I had to make due taking a photograph from some distance.

    Damaged Building In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Another Damaged Building in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    In this photograph you can clearly see how the tidal surge eroded the roadway. In this case, Beach Boulevard used to be in front of the building seen here.

    Fire Dog Saloon In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Fire Dog Saloon in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    One of the more colorful places in Bay St. Louis on Beach Boulevard is (or rather was) the Fire Dog Saloon. The restaurant/bar had been in business for twelve years and they plan on being back in business as soon as they can. I don’t know much about the business but I believe it has some connection with the now-defunct Mississippi Fire Dogs professional football team.

    Fire Dog Saloon In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Fire Dog Saloon in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    There were a man and a woman in front of the saloon building. Apparently they have been riding their bicycles around town and were resting. When I took this photo, the woman walked to the beach to have a closer look while the man sat where one of the large front windows used to be.

    Fire Dog Saloon In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Fire Dog Saloon in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    Here’s one of the dalmation statues still standing watch on top of the southern corner rooftop of the building.

    Fire Dog Saloon In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - Before Hurricane Katrina
    Fire Dog Saloon in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi Before Hurricane Katrina
    Photo courtesy of the internet
    This is how the Fire Dog Saloon looked before being heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina.

    Damaged Home In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    A Damaged Home in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    Home suffering extensive damage were and still are a common site in the town.

    Damaged Home In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    A Damaged Home in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    The former residents of this home left a pleading message to all those coming across the building.

    Damaged Home In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    A Damaged Home in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    This is just another among thousands of damaged home in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

    Huge Oak Tree In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    A Huge Oak Tree in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    This old oak tree made it through the storm relatively intact. Its location is less than a mile inland in Bay St. Louis.

    Warning Sign On The Beach In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    A Warning Sign On The Beach in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    All along the Mississippi Gulf Coast I saw many signs similar to this one warning prospective beachgoers not to go into the water due to hidden debris below the water’s surface. Even though city and county officials now have the beaches cleaned up well enough, they cannot be sure the waters are safe at this time. Only a handful of places were deemed safe to swim while Nancy and I were visiting.

    Monument To A Relief Worker? - Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Monument To A Relief Worker? – Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    This photograph shows something that is a mystery to me. This appears to be some sort of homemade monument. It could be to a relief worker who died as a result of Hurricane Katrina. It might be a monument to relief workers in general as way of saying “thank you.” It could be something else entirely. I just don’t know. Anyone reading this have any information?

    KTBX Live Van In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    KTBX Live Van in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    Now this is another mystery for me. What the heck is an old 60’s era television station van doing in Bay St. Louis? Is one of the residents a collector of television station memorabilia and restored this to original form? Could it be a prop from some movie long ago and someone owns it as a collectible? Did I enter the Twilight Zone? Who knows? If someone does know, please email me.

    Finally, the one thing that really did seem to be out of place was this…

    A Rolls Royce In Front Of A FEMA Trailer In Bay St. Louis, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    A Rolls Royce in Front of a FEMA Trailer in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    One more mystery. Why is this Rolls Royce parked in front of a FEMA trailer? It was a very noticable site. A touch of irony if you will. It definitely caused me to pause to take some pictures. But to paraphrase commentator Paul Harvey, the following is the rest of the story.

    After wandering around Bay St. Louis, it was time for Nancy and me to get back to Biloxi. When we got back to my inlaws’ home there I told them the story of what we saw including the Rolls Royce parked in front of the FEMA trailer. They found it all fascinating and we went about our normal business for the rest of the day.

    But that’s not the end of the Rolls Royce story…

    The next morning I got up and went to get some coffee and read the morning newspaper, the Biloxi Sun-Herald. On the back page of section “A” was a story entitled “A Gulf Coast Character Rebuilds In Style” and whaddya know, there’s a picture of that Rolls Royce parked in front of the FEMA trailer. [In case the link to the Sun Herald no longer works, this is the article in high resolution for easier reading. If the high resolution link takes too long to load, try this lower resolution copy.]

    Oh, this gets weirder…

    While reading the article, I find out he was born in Waynesboro, Mississippi which is the town I lived in from 1976 until I graduated from college and got married. It also mentioned he evacuated back to Waynesboro at the insistance of his sister, Martha Love.

    Martha Love?

    I knew that name! Martha Love helped me out of a traffic ticket when I was a kid in Waynesboro (long story…suffice to say it was late, I was tired after playing in a baseball game and the stop sign I ran was partially covered by a tree which the officer who pulled me over gladly testified – we all knew each other – small town).

    Yet there’s more…

    When I got home that Monday afternoon, I called my mother and told her about our adventures on the Gulf Coast including the Rolls Royce story now with background material. She then proceeded to tell me that my family has a small connection with that very same Rolls Royce. It turns out that back when we were living in Waynesboro, the Rolls Royce was owned by Martha Love’s and Charles Gray’s mother who also lived in Waynesboro. The Rolls would often be parked in the driveway and the times we passed by, my brother would comment on how cool the car was and how he wished he could ride in one. Well unbeknownst to my brother, Daddy made arrangements for just that. And for one Saturday, my brother was chauffeured around the small town of Waynesboro which pleased him immensely.

    And now you know the rest of the story.

    Hunger Strikes Out June 23rd, 2006

    Saddam Hussein
    Saddam Hussein On Trial

    Saddam Hussein declared he would begin a hunger strike Thursday in honor of his slain defense attorney and in protest of a lack of sufficient security for the defense team. Apparently Hussein’s idea of a “hunger strike” is to miss one meal: lunch. Saddam set the bar very low for Cindy Sheehan who announced Wednesday that she plans to begin an “open-ended hunger strike” on July 4th. She stated the hunger strike will begin on Independence Day in Washington, D.C. and that she would move the fast to Crawford, Texas. I hope many people will grill burgers nearby Sheehan during this fast. Several celebrities like Willie Nelson, Danny Glover and Dick Gregory will show their support for her by joining in a one-day fast. Oooo…a whole day. How will they cope? All show and no go once again. Plus what will Willie do if he decides to light up some herb and gets the munchies afterwards? Will he have the willpower to last the one-day hunger strike? Or will he sucumb to the temptation of Cheetos? Anyone taking bets on just how long this “open-ended hunger strike” of Sheehan’s actually will last? I’m sure she’ll outlast Saddam Hussein’s record but won’t follow through like Bobby Sands did in 1981.

    Tip of the hat to Captain Ed for the heads up.

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    Florida Shares Hurricane Plans June 20th, 2006

    According to many experts, the state of Florida has probably the best hurricane preparations in the country. Division of Emergency Management Director Craig Fugate addressed disaster officials from twelve states on Monday concerning items such as hurricane preparations and state-county-city coordinations.

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    The Biloxi Trip: Part Nine June 19th, 2006

    As we continued westward from Long Beach, we finally entered the town of Pass Christian, Mississippi (which was oft-mispronounced in national news reports and still is!). At the western end of the town along Highway 90 you normally come to the bridge to Bay St. Louis. Normally…

    What Used To Be The Beginning Of The Bay St. Louis Bridge - June 10, 2006
    What Used To Be The Beginning Of The Bay St. Louis Bridge – June 10, 2006
    However there is now (and for the foreseeable future) a road closure while they repair the bridge’s damage from Hurricane Katrina.

    What Used To Be The Beginning Of The Bay St. Louis Bridge - June 10, 2006

    The only route to Bay St. Louis and beyond from that point had to be taken via I-10 so I decided to turn around and make our way through Pass Christian north to get there. This gave me the opportunity to take some photographs of a very unique home that we just passed.

    The 'Castle House' - Pass Christian, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    The “Castle House” – Pass Christian, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    My inlaws informed me later that they have always referred to this home as the “Castle House” for obvious reasons. Nancy and I were already calling it that before they informed us. Sometimes the obvious is the most apt choice.

    The 'Castle House' - Pass Christian, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    The “Castle House” – Pass Christian, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    I know absolutely nothing about the history of this home but I imagine it must have an interesting past. I also imagine it was most likely built pre-1950’s and survived Hurricane Camille in 1969. So hopefully whomever ends up with it will restore it. I didn’t see any “For Sale” signs so I assume whomever owned it before Hurricane Katrina still owns it. On the very slim chance that someone reading this blog entry of mine may know, please email me any info you have concerning the history of this home. I would genuinely like to know.

    Flag In Front of The 'Castle House' - Pass Christian, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    An American Flag In Front of the “Castle House” – Pass Christian, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    This tattered and worn American flag was in the front yard of the Castle House when we were there. In the background is a notice of “no trespassing.” I didn’t. The photos I took of the “Castle House” were all from the car we were in while sitting on a side road.

    While working our way north through Pass Christian, we saw so much devastation and damage. Although earlier photos, including the ones above, highlighted the more fancy, expensive homes owned by the rich, many more were homes of just regular folks who are all still struggling. Please all of them in your thoughts and prayers. And if you will, click on one of the links on the left side of my humble blog that will send you to a relief agency still asking for donations.

    All That's Left Of An Unknown Family's Home In Pass Christian, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    All That's Left Of An Unknown Family's Home In Pass Christian, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Just Two Examples Amongst Thousands Of Homes Destroyed By Hurricane Katrina

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    The Biloxi Trip: Part Eight June 19th, 2006

    After taking several pictures of the S.S. Camille, Nancy and I headed west towards Long Beach, Mississippi which is where the apartment complex we first lived in as a married couple was located. I didn’t take any pictures of that mainly because we couldn’t figure out which lot was where it used to be. We have an idea, but aren’t certain. Nothing remained to even hazard a good guess.

    The Leaning House in Long Beach, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    The Leaning House in Long Beach, Mississippi – June 10, 2006
    The day before I took this photo, my inlaws took us on the “disaster tour” of the area and one place was along Russell Avenue in Long Beach where my Grandmother-in-law’s house once stood (and about a block from the apartment complex where Nancy and I first lived after we were married in 1986). It wasn’t destroyed by Hurricane Katrina because it wasn’t even there during the storm. After my Grandmother-in-law died, the property was sold and at some point the new owners bulldozed the house and built their own house. It was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and my inlaws wanted to see what the new house currently being built looked like. I didn’t both taking any pictures of that but we came across what was left of a small house. The frame which seems to be just about all that remains is dangerously close to completely collapsing. I have no way of knowing but to me this looks like a structure that was not a house but some sort of whimsical building. It might have been a small bungalow for all that I know, but it seems awfully tiny.

    Further west along U.S. Highway 90 in Long Beach there is a small stretch of road running parallel called “East Scenic Drive” which has (or should have written had?) several large and expensive home, several of which are quite historical. I decided to take pictures of how they looked during our trip and allow the photos to speak for themselves.

    Home Along East Scenic Drive in Long Beach, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Home Along East Scenic Drive in Long Beach, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Home Along East Scenic Drive in Long Beach, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Home Along East Scenic Drive in Long Beach, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Home Along East Scenic Drive in Long Beach, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Home Along East Scenic Drive in Long Beach, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Home Along East Scenic Drive in Long Beach, Mississippi - June 10, 2006
    Homes Along East Scenic Drive in Long Beach, Mississippi – June 10, 2006

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