Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Meeting on LSU complex tonight

If you haven't heard, this is the word...

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Grace Episcopal Church

3700 Canal St.


More info here.

3 comments:

New Orleans Ladder said...

Hey E san,
they really showed they ass didn't they! Too bad.
I got this same thing with the recent NAE/IPET Report report. After waiting sooooo long to hear the Fat Lady Sing, we get nothing but a goddamn Fat Man In The Bathtub!
["For 80 billion bucks you could do a lot of other things that might be a lot more beneficial than rebuilding levees or making them higher. You might be able to relocate people. You might be able to create jobs in areas that are substantially at less risk.
It requires some additional analysis that has not yet been publicly released. It requires some additional analysis that has not yet been publicly released. It requires some additional analysis that has not yet been publicly released. It requires some additional analysis that has not yet been publicly released. It requires some additional analysis that has not yet been publicly released."~David H. Moreau, National Research Council expert committee member, co-author: Water Resources Development: Recent Trends in the Decision Making Process -published by the Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers]
The bastads... grrr... I'm into it though...

Anywayz,
I really just wanted to let youz know I fixed another widget thingy, this time from
Doctors for Charity Hospital
http://www.doctorsforcharity.com/about.html

Y'all can lift it off the Ladder or to to their site and "view image" their logo top left and do the rest with Blogger edit etc.

The more the merrier. HA!
Thank you,
Editilla~New Orleans Ladder

Jeffrey said...

Hey what happened with this? I was out of town and didn't get a chance to see the T-P rundown, if there was any.

What schematic is favored by LSU or by those attendance?

E said...

You know, I'm not certain they have a preferred plan. We'll be illustrating the proposals at SaveCharityHospital.com as soon as possible. Hopefully in an animation.