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(no subject) [Sep. 2nd, 2005|10:08 am]
Dani
[Current Mood |angryangry]

http://landrieu.senate.gov/hurricanes/index.cfm
this bitch is clueless and her website should not have been updated so often if she was really concerned with her people. Instead she wants to toot her own horn and make sure you know who she is!
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GET A FUCKING CLUE! [Sep. 2nd, 2005|10:00 am]
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COOPER: Does the federal government bear responsibility for what is happening now? Should they apologize for what is happening now?

LANDRIEU: Anderson, there will be plenty of time to discuss all of those issues, about why, and how, and what, and if. … Let me just say a few things. Thank President Clinton and former President Bush for their strong statements of support and comfort today. … I want to thank Senator Frist and Senator Reid for their extraordinary efforts.

Anderson, tonight, I don’t know if you’ve heard — maybe you all have announced it — but Congress is going to an unprecedented session to pass a $10 billion supplemental bill tonight to keep FEMA and the Red Cross up and operating.

COOPER: … I haven’t heard that, because, for the last four days, I’ve been seeing dead bodies in the streets here in Mississippi. And to listen to politicians thanking each other and complimenting each other, you know, I got to tell you, there are a lot of people here who are very upset, and very angry, and very frustrated.

And when they hear politicians slap — you know, thanking one another, it just, you know, it kind of cuts them the wrong way right now. Because literally there was a body on the streets of this town yesterday being eaten by rats, because this woman had been laying in the street for 48 hours. And there’s not enough facilities to take her up.

Do you get the anger that is out here?

LANDRIEU: Anderson, I have the anger inside of me. Most of the homes in my family have been destroyed. Our homes have been destroyed. I understand what you’re saying, and I know all of those details. And the president of the United States knows those details.

COOPER: Well, who are you angry at?

LANDRIEU: I’m not angry at anyone. I’m just expressing that it is so important for everyone in this nation to pull together, for all military assets and all assets to be brought to bear in this situation.

And I have every confidence that this country is as great and as strong as we can be do to that. And that effort is under way.
COOPER: Well, I mean, there are a lot of people here who are kind of ashamed of what is happening in this country right now, what is — ashamed of what is happening in your state, certainly.

And that’s not to blame the people who are there. It’s a desperate situation. But I guess, you know, who can — I mean, no one seems to be taking responsibility.

I mean, I know you say there’s a time and a place for, kind of, you know, looking back, but this seems to be the time and the place. I mean, there are people who want answers, and there are people who want someone to stand up and say, “You know what? We should have done more. Are all the assets being brought to bear?”

LANDRIEU: Anderson, Anderson…

COOPER: I mean, today, for the first time, I’m seeing National Guard troops in this town.

LANDRIEU: Anderson, I know. And I know where you are. And I know what you’re seeing. Believe me, we know it. And we understand, and there will be a time to talk about all of that. Trust me.

I know what the people are suffering. The governor knows. The president knows. The military officials know. And they’re trying to do the very best they can to stabilize the situation.

Senator Vitter, our congressional delegation, all of us understand what is happening. We are doing our very, very best to get the situation under control.

But I want to thank the president. He will be here tomorrow, we think. And the military is sending assets as we speak.

So, please, I understand. You might say I’m a politician, but I grew up in New Orleans. My father was the mayor of that city. I’ve represented that city my whole life, and it’s just not New Orleans. It’s St. Bernard, and St. Tammany, and Plaquemines Parish that have been completely underwater.

Our levee system has failed. We need a lot of help. And the Congress has been wonderful to help us, and we need more help.

Nobody’s perfect, Anderson. Everybody has to stand up here. And I know you understand. So thank you so much for everything you’re doing.

COOPER: Well, I appreciate you joining us on the program tonight. I can only imagine how busy you are. Thank you very much, Senator Landrieu.

LANDRIEU: Thank you, Anderson. Thank you so much. Thank you.

COOPER: And good luck to you and all the people working to solve this problem. Because, at this point, it is very hard to try to figure our how this problem is going to get solved.
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(no subject) [Jun. 20th, 2005|05:50 pm]
Dani
[Current Mood |confusedconfused]
[noises in my head |Coldplay, Fix You]

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WTF are my neighbors up to this time?
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It takes a tough man to make a tender chicken [Apr. 2nd, 2005|09:45 am]
Dani
[Current Mood |contemplativecontemplative]

Frank Perdue croaked overnight...tough week to be old or sick.
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mitch rocked [Mar. 31st, 2005|05:49 pm]
Dani
[Current Mood |crazycrazy]

I have a cheese-shredder at home, which is its positive name. They don't call it by its negative name, which is sponge-ruiner. Because I wanted to clean it, and now I have little bits of sponge that would melt easily over tortilla chips...

I know a lot about cars. I can look at a car's headlights and tell you exactly which way it's coming.

I use the word totally too much. I need to change it up and use a word that is different but has the same meaning. Mitch do you like submarine sandwhiches? All-encompassingly...

On a traffic light green means go and yellow means yield, but on a banana it's just the opposite. Green means hold on, yellow means go ahead, and red means where the fuck did you get that banana at...

I hope the next time I move I get a real easy phone number. Something like, 222-2222. I would say sweet. People would say, "Mitch, how do I get a hold of you?" I would say, "Press 2 for a while, and when I answer, you will know that you have pressed 2 enough"

I never joined the army because at ease was never that easy to me. Seemed rather uptight still. I don't relax by parting my legs slightly and putting my hands behind my back. That does not equal ease. At ease was not being in the military. I am at ease, bro, because I am not in the military.

I was at this casino minding my own business, and this guy came up to me and said, "You're gonna have to move, you're blocking a fire exit." As though if there was a fire, I wasn't gonna run. If you're flammable and have legs, you are never blocking a fire exit.

I really hope this is a total April Fools joke.
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Push the little daisies and make them come up [Mar. 31st, 2005|05:12 pm]
Dani
[Current Mood |complacentcomplacent]

Terri Schiavo died
the pope is almost dead
Mitch hedberg died
Morty Seinfeld died
Johnnie Cochran died
John DeLorean died...
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FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK! [Feb. 16th, 2005|07:11 pm]
Dani
[Current Mood |crushedcrushed]
[noises in my head |Some Hot Fuss]

So I'm facing the job dilemma AGAIN. I met with my new boss today for the real estate gig. The business was bought out by him. I've been hanging on to a promise for 4 months of a raise. I go into this meeting expecting to hear that I was getting the raise I completely deserve. Instead, he has me sign a contract saying I pay my own taxes and I do not get my raise. He was really brash and I just do not get a good vibe whatsoever. He was completely rude to everyone around him. I can't work like this!!! This job was so much fun and I couldn't wait for my assignments every time. Now all of a sudden, its becoming work...and if I'm not getting paid enough to work hard, why bother?! The idea of me working 2 jobs was to make an assload of money, not to kill myself. I'll be breaking even after gas and taxes now. I just paid off the camera I had to buy myself for work.
I just have to face the fact that I can't work 2 full time jobs AND manage this household. Lets face it, no one else is going to do the housework, right?
I guess I just got greedy. We're finally comfortable, no debt,
we can buy things we want now without pinching pennies. I'm just scared its going to happen again when I get back in school this fall.
I'm so bummed out right now and I have to find a decent way to bow out of this job without looking unprofessional. sigh.
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(no subject) [Feb. 15th, 2005|09:33 pm]
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I saw this sign while working in Byron Ga today.

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Here's my Valentine candy from Scott. I figure each piece costs $1.75. When will he learn i'm white trash and I like M&Ms?

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This piece scared me, and tasted kinda salty.
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(no subject) [Feb. 1st, 2005|06:50 pm]
Dani
omg, they've captured another soldier...oh wait, its just Cody, a GI JOE knock-off. Go back to work people.
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(no subject) [Jan. 29th, 2005|07:14 pm]
Dani
[Current Mood |blahblah]
[noises in my head |Dashboard Confessional]

The end of innocence
Nathan Baird took a road trip with a killer. Now he's facing the possibility of 12 years in prison.

http://www.csindy.com/csindy/2005-01-20/cover.html

This article really pissed me off.

In other news, I'm bored.

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