I was inspired to put a slightly different spin on Nowdy’s excellent the Scheme Chapter 5 post using the “indexed method”. Like I said yesterday a picture is worth a thousand words and a chart certainly qualifies so I borrowed one from Nowdy’s post to make the general point.
Dedicated to Coastal Cowboy with a large H/T to the original indexer and one of my favorite bloggers, Jessica at Indexed. – sop
trav’ling’ in the footsteps of those who’ve gone before
…we’ll all be reunited on a new and sunlit shore
Katrina, the hurricane, was a trumpet, not a saint.
When the trumpet sounds its call
the powerful go marching in.
On the 29th of August 2005, a display of sheer raw power, unlike any seen before, made landfall on the coasts of Mississippi and Louisiana.
The motivation for this display, a hurricane named Katina, made landfall the same day. Damage from her power was inflicted hit and run.
There seems to be no end to the damage inflicted by the raw power of the other.
The scheme, a needle hidden in a haystack of needles, was waiting for Katrina when the storm roared ashore trav’ling’ in the footsteps of those who’ve gone before playing the power game with every step.
Only one person in Mississippi received the warning letter detailing what had taken place elsewhere – the Continue reading “The Scheme: Oh, lord I want to be in that number – the power game (Chapter 5 qui tam)”
H/T to the Chamber email blast.
Today – 5-8pm
Visitation for Leo W. Seal, Jr. – St. Stanislaus College Gym, 304 South Beach Blvd
Main Street Methodist Church , corner of Main and Second Street , Bay St. Louis, MS. Seating inside the church is reserved for family and members of the Main Street Methodist Church . Limited seating in Rebecca Hall, the church fellowship hall. There will be a tent at Old Town Green (corner of Main and Second) open to the public, both Rebecca Hall and tent will have a live TV feed of the ceremony. Guests are encouraged to park at MarkeTown Shopping Center (former Winn Dixie) Dunbar at Highway 90 in Bay St. Louis. Shuttle service provided to the Main Street Methodist Church.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to: INFINITY at NASA-Stennis Space Center (Mississippi’s first interactive science and education center), Building 1100, Stennis Space Center, MS 39529; or, Executive Committee – Mississippi State University Bulldog Foundation, P. O. Box 5327, Mississippi State, MS 39762; or, Charity of choice.
Edmond Fahey Funeral Home in Bay St. Louis is in charge of the arrangements.