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Tuesday, August 29th 2006

11:21 PM

Spike Lee

I just got through watching Spike Lee's documentary on hurricane Katrina and I have to say that it was the most honest rendering of the actual events that happened.  Kudos to Spike on nailing the problems that are still being dealt with, and for giving the honest truth on how and what happened. After watching that you realize that you can't blame just a few people there was failure on so many levels that it could never all be totally discovered. If you haven't yet seen it and you get a chance  to watch this on HBO I recommend it . That is if you really want to see what happened during and after Katrina. As much pity as I felt for the people of new Orleans in the past year it still didn't fully hit me. Tonight I imagined myself in their shoes with no money and nowhere to go and being split up from their families most not even knowing if there family were safe, I don't know that I could have done it. as hard as it was where I live during Katrina it was nothing like what the people on the coast and new Orleans had to endure. I did have a house and my family together, I wish that I could express all the feelings that my heart feels.  Sometimes I feel so overwhelmed with feelings and I don't know what to do with them.  It seems like if I could just figure out how to share these feelings then  it would relieve some of my burdon.
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