Blankety Blank

There are times when I wish the rest of the world would forget about Katrina and just let us be normal again. This is one of those times:

New Orleans became a blank slate after Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005. And ever since, entrepreneurs have rushed in to experiment with new ideas for building and running a city.

Blank slate? Fuck you NPR and Debbie Elliott who is probably a well meaning, albeit misguided, lefty. There is no such thing as a community as a blank slate; especially not a city as enamored of its history, culture and as set in its ways as New Orleans. The blankety blank blank slaters are a bunch of hipster posers who mostly have *bad* ideas and bail out as soon as the going gets tough.

Hat Tip: Kevin Allman at ye olde Gambit blog.

One thought on “Blankety Blank

  1. Elspeth Ravenwind says:

    What the hell…? New Orleans was not leveled li’l miss NPR…parts, yes, but not the city in its entirety. Blank slate? Not likely.

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