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Sunday, August 28, 2005

Hurricane Katrina

Jonathan and I were talking a little about hurricane Katrina and New Orleans tonight.
When they first began to talk about it, I just assumed that it would be small and all would die down in the news.
Well I was wrong obviously. Lets keep New Orleans in our prayers tonight/day and hope that this is not as bad is it can be.

Here is some of the news I have read:
"Ladies and gentlemen, I wish I had better news for you but we are facing a storm that most of us have feared," Nagin told a news conference after reading a mandatory evacuation order. "This is a threat that we've never faced before."

Katrina had grown into a Category Five hurricane on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale, with catastrophic winds of 284km/h, by 11am EDT on Sunday (0100 AEST Monday).

For the whole story: go here
posted by Grace B at 6:53 PM


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7:32 PM  

oh dear I got hit by the spam patrol, I don't really mind too much bc I easily delete them but this time they advertised porn sites, which to me is pretty unfair.
Oh well...keep praying for New Orleans

8:07 PM  

Hey there, cool blog. I received spam on my blog too today. I deleted it. You should opt for visitors who wish to leave comment type in the verification keywords to control blog spam. I did it today. I see that you are Australian. Ever visited singapore? We have a lot of australian working here!


9:01 PM  

Thank you, I was thinking of doing that too, I noticed in on my friends blog.
No I havent visted singapore, but know many people who have. Have you been to Australia?

12:56 AM  

I thought the same thing at first--that it would not be a big storm. We'll have to keep everyone in the path of Katrina in our prayers.

3:42 AM  

Please pray for the Mississippi and Alabama coasts. This hurricane looks like it is doing the same thing Camille did in 1969. That hurricane devastated Mississippi, which is a relatively poor state to start with.

7:04 AM  

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