Monthly Archives: September 2012

Grilled Trout, Mandina’s, NOLA

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Sea ice shuts down Shell’s Arctic drill rig after one day of operations #rsrh

Shell Halts Arctic Drilling Right After It Began “The company has been repeatedly stymied by equipment problems, regulatory hurdles, persistent sea ice and legal challenges from Alaska Natives and environmental groups. Shell had hoped to complete as many as four … Continue reading

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NOLA’s least attractive picnic ground

Under I-610 at Marconi Drive

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FDR Mall, City Park, N.O.

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Joey K’s on Magazine

view full image Monday’s Lunch Special: White Beans w/ Pork Chop. Joey K’s

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Deanie’s in Bucktown

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Bean Baby Fart Captain: Poo! Poo! Rejected name: Hello, Shitty!

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Stock Chart for UNG

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GoM oil output at 50% of normal post-Isaac. #rsrh

Gulf of Mexico oil sees slow return after Isaac September 6, 2012 “The oil industry suffered comparatively little damage from Hurricane Isaac, despite its unfortunate path. But more than a week after the storm hit the coast of Louisiana, MarketWatch … Continue reading

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NYTimes OpEd: ‘Is the Oil Boom a Mirage?’ Ummmmm. No.

In a New York Times OpEd (Sept. 4, 2012), Old Dominion political science professor Steve Yetiv poses the question: : “Is the Energy Boom a Mirage?”

My answer: “Not no, but Hell, No!”

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