For hurricanes or at least, the aftermath.

Right through the middle of Tennessee, seriously? It is supposed to arrive as a depression by Tuesday but although my particular area is not prone to flooding, Humphreys County got beat up bad by torrential rains a week ago and they could use a break.

Middle Tennessee Flash Floods: 21 dead, dozens missing in Humphreys Co (

And then this:

Tropical Storm Ida could hit New Orleans on Hurricane Katrina anniversary –

I do not wish ill to the good people living in NOLA, but I wonder if all the billions poured in after last time went to actually fix and prep the city and surrounding parishes for another hurricane or like the money ended up in the pockets of a selected corrupt few like the cash sent to fix the levees before the collapse Katrina.

Only one way to find out.

PS: Oh yeah, don’t forget there will be gun confiscation afterwards. You have been warned.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “People will start to think I am a magnet.”
  1. A long time friend of mine from here near the Space Center bought a second summer home, in North Carolina. His line for western NC works for Tennessee, too.

    He said, “it’s where hurricanes and Floridians come to die.” 😉

  2. You’re wondering about all the money poured into NOLA? It’s NOLA. Of course it is. 90+% of all that went to politicians, connected (if you know what I mean) contractors, scammers, buy-offs, and other assorted scum. And the city will flood again, and they’ll declare an emergency, and even more federal money (our taxes) will pour in.

    I just dropped over a grand on repairing a 16 year old A/C unit. Technician doubts it’ll last another year. So next year will start with an 8 to 10k bill. But hey, I’m white and employed so technically I must be rich and of course they need to tax me more.

    I lived in NOLA briefly. Absolutely none of my taxes need to go there again. Loved the people, the food, the friends. But corruption beyond belief.

  3. Well, leave some of the rain for us! I think it’s supposed to be in East TN around midweek, and we could use more water for the yard – and a lot more runoff for the new pond. (Yeah, we got a pond dug during a dry spell.)

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