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New Orleans and Defiance

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The pride of New Orleans is alive and well. And FEMA, to put is politely, is not very popular. We met a woman at a Mardi Gras event at the Sheraton Hotel and we practically had to beat it out of her that she worked for FEMA.Fema_2Fema_3 Katrina is omnipresent in New Orleans.

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The pride of New Orleans is alive and well. And FEMA, to put is politely, is not very popular. We met a woman at a Mardi Gras event at the Sheraton Hotel and we practically had to beat it out of her that she worked for FEMA.Fema_2Fema_3 Katrina is omnipresent in New Orleans.