Wow, I don't know how to describe this. I just came back from New Orleans today, after being there for a 20 days, and it really was a life changing experience. I went down there to do some volunteer work, and before the trip when I explained to others what I would be doing, almost everybody thought that the city had already been repaired. That is not the case whatsoever. Just walking around the Lower 9th Ward and seeing how practically every other house is abandoned really puts my entire life in perspective. How can your home be destroyed in just seconds? How did the government let this happen, and how are they continuing to neglect the situation? I have never been so disgusted by the government in my life after hearing all of the horrific experiences that these people had to inure, just because they were poor, or black. I really can't describe the experience, but if anybody wants to ask any questions, ask away, I'll be very glad to answer whichever ones I can. I urge you guys to go down there and even just spend a week volunteering and showing the residents that you do remember them, and that America has not moved on.