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    Orleans Parish Eddie Jordan To Resign? October 31st, 2007

    Orleans Parish, Louisiana District Attorney Eddie Jordan
    Orleans Parish, Louisiana District Attorney Eddie Jordan

    Breaking news from Newsradio 870 WWL:

    New Orleans District Attorney Eddie Jordan has called an afternoon staff meeting to address reports that he will resign amid mounting problems for his office.

    A spokesman says that closed door meeting will be at 1:30. He would not say what the D.A. is expected to tell his staff, but did say there would be a news release after the meeting.

    It comes after a morning of reports that Mayor Ray Nagin has been in talks with Jordan about the D.A. stepping down.

    Officials in Nagin’s office say they can’t confirm those reports. They did not deny the reports either.

    A spokeswoman would only say that Nagin and Jordan have not had any face to face meetings this week and promised to let us know if there are any developments.

    WWL First News talked to Jordan this morning. He said, “I’m in the middle of something.” He asked we call him back later and abruptly hung up the phone. Jordan did not offer any comment on reports he was going to resign.

    That’s one down, two major New Orleans public officials to go (e.g. – resign). Mayor Nagin and Police Chief Riley, it’s time for you both to step down as well. It will be for the best for New Orleans if you do. Then someone more able and competent can take over to rebuild New Orleans.

    Speaking of rebuilding New Orleans, here’s proof once again that relying on the government doesn’t work and pulling oneself by one’s own bootstraps does work (a big tip ‘o the cap to TexasFred for the heads up). Major kudos to the residents of Village de l’Est, a mostly Vietnamese-American neighborhood in New Orleans, for taking matters into their own hands and rebuilding without waiting on government aid. I particularly like the last part of the article which states:

    Shortly before Katrina’s second anniversary, a producer from “The Oprah Winfrey Show” called Mary Tran, the community development agency’s executive director, for help in locating a Vietnamese family still rebuilding.

    Tran couldn’t find one.

    That’s because, of course, they didn’t desire to be considered victims and decided to not be lazy and actually take action. I tip my cap humbly to all those, including those in the Village de l’Est neighborhood, who take it upon themselves to take action in rebuilding and helping others after disasters. I know this from personal experience. I gone through tornados and hurricanes myself, helped rebuild and helped others. I didn’t wait for the government either. It was good when they did show up with aid, but my parents didn’t wait for the government to bail them out after tornados and hurricanes and neither do I.

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    Hillary Clinton: Scariest Halloween Costume? October 29th, 2007

    Hillary Clinton, Bored

    Possibly one of the scariest costumes for halloween this year is the “Hillary Clinton.” If you plan on donning this as your costume this upcoming Wednesday, please check Zombie’s collection of frightening Hillary pics. They may be your guidelines for accuracy.

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    Black-Eyed Peas October 28th, 2007

    Black Eyed Pease

    My wife just cooked up some freakin’ outstanding black-eyed peas. Don’t ya wish you could have some? Sorry, I ain’t sharing.

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    Texas Fred October 28th, 2007

    Texas Fred's

    Wow! Texas Fred, back from a brief illness, is mad as hell and he ain’t gonna take it any more. Read the former Louisiana resident’s comments on current Louisianans specifically the whiners living in New Orleans.

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    The Office October 28th, 2007

    Actually this has nothing to do with the sitcom of the same name but the actual workspace in my new (just about 2 months) job. I actually share a cubicle with another person (she works the day shift; I work the night shift) and was allowed to decorate a small portion within reason. Here’s what it looks like.

    My little cubicle decorations.

    This is the majority of the decorations in the cubicle. Some photos of my wife and me, a Weidmann’s Restaurant peanut butter crock in which I keep the paper clips, a couple of coffee mugs, a souvenir hockey puck from the very first Tallahassee Tiger Sharks hockey game, a small McFarlane figurine of Deuce McAllister of the New Orleans Saints (currently on the injured reserve list), and one of the Mississippi State Bulldogs cowbells from my collection.

    My little cubicle decorations.

    More of my “stuff” including a little cheap ipod docking station/clock radio which allows me to listen to music while I do hours upon hours of data entry. I am so glad I am allowed to do so because if I had to do my job in silence, I’d probably go nuts.

    My little cubicle decorations.

    And the wall decorations mostly of the teams I root (and in the case of the Tiger Sharks – rooted) for. The McDonald’s retro reproduction sign is something I picked up several years ago via ebay and is a reminder of the McDonald’s that was near where my Grandparents lived in Memphis. It stayed “old school” with the arches on the side of the building until just before my Grandparents retired and moved to Florida in the late 70’s.

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    PhotoHunt 81: Pink October 28th, 2007

    PhotoHunt

    What is it?

    The latest PhotoHunt category from tnchick.com is “Pink” which can be interpreted as one sees fit. This is a mystery photo. Click on it to see what it is.

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    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal — Pt. Deux October 26th, 2007

    Newly elected Governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal
    Newly Elected Governor Of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal

    Just found out that some uber-libs can’t stand the fact that not only a conservative, but a conservative minority was elected Governor of Louisiana. Asian Week editorialist (and I use that term quite loosely) Emil Guillermo has written a hateful editorial smear piece calling Jindal a “Man of No Color.”

    One of the more whinier portions of Guillermo’s smear is the following:

    When Jindal won, even the New York Times saw it fitting to remark how the first words from his mouth weren’t about his historic ethnic victory. It was about LSU’s defeat of Auburn earlier that day. It’s an old trick, a la “We’re all part of the same team. Just us honky-tonk footballers here!”

    A trick?!? What a whiner! Just because Jindal didn’t fall into the liberals’ typical act of bringing out the race card and instead speaks of LSU football shows me two things: first, Guillermo is a typical liberal whiner who would rather dwell upon racial issues even when there are no racial issues present and second, Guillermo has no clue the importance of LSU football in the state of Louisiana especially in the state capital of Baton Rouge where LSU is located. So in short, Guillermo is an arrogant and ignorant liberal who has ample hatred of conservatives, especially conservatives who also happen to be minority. Figures.

    Michele Malkin has more on this and I urge you to read her take on this nonsense as well.

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    Godly Wisdom — October 25, 2007 October 25th, 2007

    Godly Wisdom
    Graphic by ChristArt.com

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    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal October 25th, 2007

    Newly elected Governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal
    Newly Elected Governor Of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal

    With the election of Bobby Jindal as the new Republican Governor of Louisiana and his pledge to remove corruption from Louisiana politics (something I will believe when I see it and frankly I don’t think Jindal will be able to do it but that’s blog fodder for another time), I had the following thoughts:

    Does the Governor of Louisiana have the legal power to remove local, Parish and state officials? If so, I hope Jindal removes N.O. Mayor Ray Nagin, Police Chief Warren Riley and D.A. Eddie Jordan for gross misconduct, incompetence, & neglect.

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    Godly Wisdom — October 20, 2007 October 20th, 2007

    Godly Wisdom
    Graphic by ChristArt.com

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    “Historic Photos Of Tallahassee” by Andrew N. Edel October 20th, 2007

    Historic Photos Of Tallahassee by Andrew N. Edel

    This coffee table book of historic photographs of the Tallahassee region was created by retired Air Force veteran and current President of the Tallahassee Historical Society, Andrew N. Edel and is entitled Historic Photos Of Tallahassee. It is one in a series of “Historic Photos” compiled by various historians in varying U.S. cities and published by Turner Publishing Company. Mr. Edel’s contribution to the series shows pictures from Tallahassee’s past covering the 19th century to the late 60’s. Each and every photograph is captioned with interesting information researched by Mr. Edel and his staff. I can only imagine how difficult it was culling through the thousands upon thousands of historic photographs to choose the ones that appear in this book. I, for one, am a history aficionado and have perused hundreds of photographs online via the Florida State archives as well as the Florida Photographic Collection and Video Clips. Looking through historic photos of the area in which one lives is a fascinating thing to do, especially if some of the places photographed decades ago are still present (or, on a more melancholy note, have been demolished while one has lived in the area). The two photographs below taken from Historic Photos Of Tallahassee illustrate both points.

    Green Derby nightclub on south Monroe Street
    The Green Derby nightclub on south Monroe Street circa 1930’s

    When my wife and I moved to Tallahassee in 1987, the building that was known as the Green Derby in the 1930’s was, by that time, part of a farmer’s market and although a bit worn, it was in good, usable shape. It closed in the late 90’s and remained empty and dormant for several years until 2003 when Centerpoint Church purchased the building and adjoining property and began extensive renovations for their offices.

    Downtown Tallahassee at College Avenue circa 1930's
    Downtown Tallahassee at College Avenue circa 1930’s

    This picture from the 1930’s is of College Avenue and obviously it looks quite a bit different now. Two items of note I wish to point out. First, as the caption in the book informs, the State Theatre was indeed demolished in 1988; however the sign, as seen in the photograph, was saved by someone or some group I cannot recall that preserves vintage neon signs. I seem to remember that they had plans to restore the sign to working order. Also, for whatever it’s worth, the theater itself opened around 1910 and was originally called the Capital City. In 1914 the theater was purchased by C.E. Daffin and renamed the Daffin Theatre. In 1932, it was remodeled and again renamed, this time as the State but was destroyed in a blaze in 1933. It was subsequently rebuilt in an art deco style, retaining the same name, but closed for good in 1971.

    On the right of the photo of College Avenue you can see the storefront sign for Moon Jewelry Company (also known as Moon Jewelers). By the time we moved to Tallahassee they had already moved to a store just north of the downtown area on North Monroe Street. They had been in business for decades but after Mr. Moon died, the business slowly declined and eventually closed.

    Overall, this is a fascinating book full of interesting information on the history of the city. I wish Mr. Edel would have included more photographs and exanded the time frame to include the 1970’s. However, I understand limitations had to be made. It is a very good look into Tallahassee’s past which will whet the appetite of local and regional history buffs.

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    The Return Of Cynthia McKinney? October 18th, 2007

    Cynthia McKinney - loony-at-large

    Cynthia McKinney may be running for political office again. This time in California, granola land (e.g. – the land of fruits, nuts and flakes). She’ll fit right in. Leaning Straight Up has the details.

    Cynthia McKinney
    “What? I lost?!?”

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    Tin Men — Freaks For Industry! October 17th, 2007

    Tin Men -- Freaks For Industry

    Yesterday I received the CD entitled “Freaks For Industry!” by the group Tin Men. This New Orleans trio consists of Washboard Chaz, Alex McMurray and Matt Perrine. The music from these folks really doesn’t fall into any category neatly but suffice to say the style is reminiscent of New Orleans street performers. Picture in your mind three guys in Jackson Square, one playing a Sousaphone, one playing an electric guitar plugged into a battery-powered amp or an a acoustic guitar and the third playing a washboard. The guys on washboard and guitar taking turns singing and doing harmonies. Now take an eclectic mix of 1930’s era combo jazz, some ragtime-esque, some parlor tunes, some uptempo blues and blend in a heaping mess of New Orleans groove and you have Tin Men’s “Freaks For Industry.” I really love this CD and it (and others) are available via Washboard Chaz’s and Alex McMurray’s websites. Now if you’re expecting a complex and detailed review of this album you’re going to be sorely disappointed. I’m just giving my personal opinion and am trying to describe Tin Men’s “sound” as best I can. The bottom line is that it’s good music and personally every cut on the CD is a winner. For example, the album starts off with the cool tune “Palm Court Strut” which instructs the listener to “do the Palm Court Strut/Shake your butt” — not exactly deep lyrics but it’s supposed to be a fun tune. So shake your booty all night long with this song. [An aside…when I saw the title of the song I was reminded of all the little motels I’ve seen personally or seen in pictures named “Palm Court” {and variants thereof}.]

    Another song I particularly enjoy is “So Uptown” which tells of heartbreak caused by a mean woman who runs around behind the singer’s back and hangs around with the Ninth Ward Gang as well as others. It’s a great love-gone-wrong song. Tin Men also pull off a great cover of the classic song “Mess Around” as well as the jazzy blues tune “Feets Too Big.” When they do “The Man From Harlem” it’s almost as if they have invoked the spirits of Django Reinhardt and Cab Calloway while performing this on NBC Radio in the 1930’s. Great stuff! I could go on and on heaping praise on top of praise on this album but my fingers would fall off from typing so much. C’mon…take a chance and get this CD. You won’t be disappointed.

    Tin Men -- Freaks For Industry

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    PhotoHunt 79: Smelly October 13th, 2007

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    wildflowers

    The latest PhotoHunt category from tnchick.com is “Smelly” which can be interpreted as one sees fit. I initially was planning on taking a little amusing photo of one of the trash cans by my house but decided on a picture of some wildflowers I took in the spring of 2005 along a county road in rural southern Georgia.

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    Home Of The Groove Internet Radio October 13th, 2007

    Home Of The Groove Internet Radio

    Click on the above banner to listen to some great r&b, funk and blues of the past from the New Orleans area from the folks at Home Of The Groove Radio as well as Home Of The Groove Blog. You’ll thank me later.

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