So, I've just found out why Juggicide and co. said one of their newbies named themselves after a storm. From what Ba tells me, they've almost effectively evacuated the Big Easy, and turned the super dome into a temporary shelter. Now, I live in a cave these days and while we own a TV, I don't have it plugged in, so maybe the rest of the community even over on this side of the pond might know about this already, but it's news to me. I went to New Orleans once in December, and it was an amazing town even in the dead of winter. I think, considering my delicate sensibilities, it'd be too much for me in the spring. It's truely a unique place, and while it is an American city, it's also French, Arcadian, and just a whole universe unto itself. Once you cross Canal Street into the French Quarter, all bets are off. I hope we don't have any community members or families there of who are down that way, but I'm sure we're all hoping that the storm causes as little damage to life and property as possible. Lousiana parish sheriffs, however, are neither living nor actual property, so I suggest we stake them and their deputies out as an anti-hurricane palisade.