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Monday, November 5th, 2007
8:04 am
Saturday, August 11th, 2007
8:25 am
Who cares for the welfare of the elderly of Louisiana?

Who cares for the welfare of the elderly of Louisiana?

Find Mrs./ Ms. Martin, give her a hug and a team of brilliant lawyers please...

With  the necessitation of lawsuits such as these post Katrina,  the pre-Katrina publicity promoting Louisiana as a "Great Place to Retire" rings hollow.  To place blame on the levees for the lack of evacuation prior to a  450 mile wide storm is a red herring.  "Red Herring" is a very nice word because I have sooo many more inappropriate foul-mouthed words to hissssssss on this nursing home evacuation issue.  The levees were somewhat functional prior to Katrina and have nothing, absolutely NOTHING to do with a timely evacuation.  Read what Victor Hull had to say from St. Pete's Beach.
Thursday, August 9th, 2007
9:02 am
Sunday, July 15th, 2007
2:58 am
If you are from New Orleans, or lived there pre-K care about the city regardless, or whatever, PLEASE LISTEN to this latest radio show I did.... This is VERY important information to understand!

*Short attention span types need not apply.*


If you even begin to understand this kind of info and want more, hit my site for all my radio archives and more info... http://www.guymonadams.com -- in the "MEDIA" section you will find the radio show I've been working on as an "ex-patriot" out here in Austin. The podcast seems to be getting a lot of hits, but I'm not hearing much response from people in NOLA specifically, which distirbs me deeply. :/

The associated site for the show's general theme is http://www.katrinatruth.com - a work in progress, BUT HAS A FORUM where I would LOVE to hear your Katrina related stories!!

Thanks for being conscious. ;)
Guymon Adams

Current Mood: sad
Saturday, July 7th, 2007
2:37 am
Tune in tomorrow on REVERE RADIO,net at 6pm CST for an important installment of The Dead City Chronicles!! YES - this is about New Orleans and Katrina and elements thereof that you may have not even thought of.... If you miss it you suck, but I suppose you can hit the archives on my site or get the podcast a little later..... ;)


Thanks for listening!

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Current Mood: aggravated
Wednesday, June 13th, 2007
5:24 pm
For those interested in understanding the TRUTH and the far reaching implications of the Hurricane Katrina debacle, check out the new forum!


Please pass this along to all others who might be interested!

THANKS A MILLION TO KRISBORO from the Jack Blood forum and RealRadioArchives.com for helping me sort out some of the jacked up code I was dealing with over there!! You rock! :)

Right now there's only a couple of posts, and just as many users. But don't let that stop you from signing up and chipping in on the discussion!

The rest of KatrinaTruth.com is under construction in the background..... In the meantime, hit us up here:

Click here for a nifty banner to our MySpace Page and more!...Collapse )
Friday, May 4th, 2007
6:16 pm
The Dead City Chronicles
Introducing a new internet radio show, daring to ask some hard questions about Hurricane Katrina!


Thursday, March 8th, 2007
1:58 pm
Free screening: Refuge of Last Resort
Want to know the truth about Hurricane Katrina?... ME TOO!

Attend this event at Brave New Books this Saturday! Let's open this proverbial can of worms and take a closer look at what really happened!


Here's a great interview with James L. Bills from January, 2007.... Check it out!

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2007
9:41 pm
We are starting the preliminary work on our first book, and would like your input. The topic will be Defenders of New Orleans, and we are interested in who you would like us to include. (Preferably people on the front lines fighting for the preservation of ur culture and traditions). Please leave your suggestions in the comments.

Defend New Orleans!
Sunday, February 25th, 2007
6:51 am
ALL NOLA PEEPS - Get this film!!!
I just bought this DVD tonight, and I was pretty much ruined...... It is not on Google Video (nor should it be) because the guy pretty much lost his ass making the thing....

9/11 Truth is one thing... but KATRINA TRUTH IS ANOTHER!!! There is SO much to learn here....

I want ALL of my old NOLA peeps to see this and seriously order a copy of "Refuge of Last Resort".... it tells a lot of the REAL Katrina story.... I just got it today at Brave New Books here in Austin, TX.... but any of my friends elsewhere - PLEASE order it and wake the fuck up!! --- This could be YOUR city!!!!! (NYC, SF, Chicago, Seattle, etc)


Here's an interview with the producer, James L. Bills.... (And all you anti-Alex Jones people shut the fuck up freaking out that it's Alex doing the interview - get over it and just listen)

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Friday, February 23rd, 2007
6:02 am
Wednesday, February 7th, 2007
2:35 am
LIVE @ Elysium w/Voltaire on Thursday!
Come out early this Thursday, February 8th to Elysium in Austin, TX, and check out this special acoustic version of my solo material! I'll be going on between 10 and 10:30pm. And stick around for one of the most brilliant and fucking FUNNY musical talents on the planet, VOLTAIRE!! Seriously, click that link and you'll see why I always tell the uninitiated that this guy is more like going to see a genius "gothic" stand up comic -- A MUST SEE!!

And to be clear with all my newer Patriot friends here in Austin -- NO this is NOT my big anti-NWO stuff I've recently told you about. That's God's Little Toy, which is coming down the pipe later in the spring/summer. But in the mean time, EVERYONE is invited to come make fun of me messing up my own dark anti-love songs.

We'll laugh, we'll cry, we'll drink a lot of Irish whiskey! It's gonna be a blast!!
Saturday, January 27th, 2007
3:00 am
If you're not out tomorrow...
... Then you are totally fired. You fell asleep at the wheel while your country and all of our rights and freedoms ran off the side of the road!

There is a NATION WIDE protest happening tomorrow (Saturday January 27th) ALL OVER THE COUNTRY! I know you are ALL pissed off at this administration for one reason or the other, despite us bickering over the details! Here's your chance to be a part of something huge! NO MORE EXCUSES! NO MORE "I understand, but what now?" defeatism!!

What else are you doing on a Saturday? Buying trinkets at the mall? Watching more TV? Playing video games?



Call in sick to work! Tell your grandma you'll have to have lunch with her next week. JUST STEP UP!! We'll ALL be right there behind you!!

This is NOT a drill! Hope to see you out there!!.... otherwise, go back to sleep -- goodnight and good luck.

Current Mood: Activated!
Monday, January 22nd, 2007
5:17 pm
New Orleans in Austin
From this thread in the neworleans LJ:

rayinaustin says:

Gene's Po-Boy's on East 11th is the only place to get real New Orleans food in Austin. Gene and his wife are from here, and they get it. And they do a good drippy roast beef, and spaghetti casserole on Wednesdays.

The best place to watch Saints games is Shoal Creek Saloon at 9th & Lamar. Stay away from their po-boys, but the duck gumbo is awesome, and the chef is from Bogalusa.

Also, the owner of Casey's Sno-Ball's on Airport & 51st is from Gentilly, and the sno-balls are awesome.

ulitave adds:

don't miss Quality seafood out on Airport, or Nubian Queen at Rosewood and 11th. But definitely go to Gene's.
Saturday, August 12th, 2006
2:42 pm
begging for one night's crashspace...
i live and nola and am about to take a spontaneous trip to austin to visit someone...i can't crash with this person, and times are tight, so anyone who would consider letting me crash for one night would be really, really helping me out...

respond for details...of course this guarantees nola crashspace for that generous person....
Monday, June 5th, 2006
11:59 am
Test Pattern Starts This Week!
Austin improv troupe ColdTowne is hosting a full week's worth of sample programing at the Space in advance of opening it full time this fall. Standup! Improv! Sketch! Video! Free beer!

Check out the Austin Chronicle Article here.

And our website here.

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Monday, March 6th, 2006
10:59 pm
Looking for displaced New Orleanians.
I am a student looking to conduct a survey of New Orleanians who were displaced by the hurricane and currently live outside New Orleans. The survey is only a few questions long and will be conducted by email. If you’d be willing to help me out by answering just a few questions, please send an email to maozed at gmail dot com letting me know that you would like to participate. I would really appreciate your help.
Hopefully this kind of post is allowed in the community. I did not see any restrictions forbidding it, and it is created specifically for people who have left New Orleans, so its members are exactly the kind of people who can help with what I'm studying. I hope you are all well and I would be grateful for your help.
Thursday, February 23rd, 2006
12:28 pm
Weight Training (from a newly arrived New Orleanean)
I have a friend, John Kelly, who's relocating to Austin. He's heartbroken to leave New Orleans, but it's just something he had to do, I think to keep doing the work he loves.

When I stil lived in New Orleans (I grew up there, and lived there a while after college;school at Jean Gordon/St. Paul's/Ben Franklin, then jobs at Kyoto restaurant/Offbeat Magazine/Musical Arts Society of New Orleans/Pan-American Life Conference Center, for those interested), I went to him for personal training.

BUT WAIT! I am not remotely an athlete, and I'm no fan of exercise. He does superslow weight training, which really helped increase my strength with just half an hour every 1-2 weeks. It's really intense, but it's my kind of workout (i.e. not frequent).

So this is kind of a pre-promotion for his services. He's getting set up really soon, near the Arboretum, I think. I'll get his contact information up here as soon as I have it, but I thought it would be nice to get the word out if you can. He's a really interesting guy--taught classes at UNO, too, and is excessively devoted to his two cocker spaniel puppies. Drop me a note if you'd like to make sure I get you some contact info and other details when I have them.

Thanks! I'm really glad this community exists here now, even if it was born out of such bad circumstances.
Monday, January 30th, 2006
1:40 pm
ColdTowne: the Scourge of Austin!
Hark! Ye olde refugee improvisors, ColdTowne, have a few choice shows coming up that we'd like to tell you about. Pray thee, listen!

Celebrate the passing of January with the scourge of the South,
and Austin's own masters of alliteration,

Come for the Total Foxes at 9pm!
Stay for Improv Comedy at 10pm!
and Live Family Feud at 11pm ish!

At the CAROUSEL LOUNGE! (1110 E 52 St.)
ADMISSION IS FREE! (although we will be passing the bucket to help fund our trip to the Chicago Improv Festival!)

Coldtowne presents the...

Help New Orleans' refugee improv troupe the ColdTowne Heroes fund their travels to improv fests in

Featuring: Short Films! Door Prizes! Auctions for Special ColdTowne Prizes!
Live and Thrilling Improv Comedy!

Sponsored by: The Texas Travesty

At the Hideout Theater (617 Congress ST.) at 8pm!
ADMISSION IS ONLY $7-$10 $10 buys you into raffle for fabulous door prizes!
Tuesday, January 24th, 2006
5:01 pm
Heading Home
I'll be heading back to New Orleans the first week of February and I have an available seat in my truck.

If anyone in the Austin area is in need of a ride then just leave me a comment about how to contact you and we will see if we can work something out. The only cost to you would be to help with gas money, the down side is that cargo space may be limited (its just a pickup and I don't have a trailer). I have not set an exact date as of yet, but the range will be Jan 31st through Feb 4th, its an 8 hour drive so I will be looking to leave around 10am.

1.4 million residents displaced from Louisiana is far too many in my opinion

Cross Posted to neworleans
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