Tag Archives: New Orleans

ESSAY: WHAT TO DO WITH THE NEGROEZ?

Originally posted on Moorbey'z Blog:
There is a secret hidden in the heart of New Orleans, a secret hidden in plain sight but ignored by all but the secret citizens themselves. Before Bienville arrived in this area in 1718,…

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Welcome to the struggle

“Simply because we were licked a hundred years before we started is no reason for us not to try to win.” -Atticus Finch Holy cow, it’s hard to believe that summer is already nigh in the land of homogenized milk … Continue reading

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Trompette du monde

A fellow blogger asked me this week how do I keep from being overcome by anger and frustration over the injustices taking place in our world? One of the ways I deal with my sense of impotence is to listen … Continue reading

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New Orleans

Recently, my wife and I left our kids in good hands (kidding) and took a spur of the moment road trip to New Orleans. Unfortunately, the Big Easy is not so amenable for actual residents this week as the city … Continue reading

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