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Lower 9th Ward: March 2006

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    These are stills captured from video shot March 2006 in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans specifically the area between N. Claiborne, Florida Ave, Tupelo and Tennessee.

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    These are photos and stills captured from video taken August 2006 of the Lower 9th Ward specifically the area between N. Claiborne, Florida Ave, Tupelo and Tennessee.

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August 29, 2013

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I blame the Copernicans.

Who does the NOLA Code Enforcement department think they are, a BANK?

As if demolishing a single house -- and one being repaired, however slowly -- will make even the tiniest dent. Heckuva job, Mitch.

But let's make sure the Landrieu family gets a tax break for their downtown parking lot

http://thelensnola.org/2013/07/28/parking-lot-owned-by-landrieu-siblings-eligible-for-tax-break-to-spur-development/

And, you know, I'm not really anti-Mitch, or anti Landrieu. Mitch and Mary are likely the best we can expect at this time in Loosiana. Look at the alternatives: Booby J, Diaper Dave, and the rest of the clown caucus.

But this instance sounds like a classic case of beating on someone who can't fight back. Sigh -- sort of like the cops who go busting college kids for smoking pot while they ignore far more violent crimes in much rougher neighborhoods.

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