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1498. sandcrab39565
3:31 AM GMT en Julio 27, 2013
Its been a while since I have been on but it is all good. I am presently the district 9 Director for the " Mississippi Civil Defense Emergency Management Association " and also a Fire Commissioner as well. I have continued to maintain my education upgrades and advanced courses in EMA courses so that I can still assist when needed. Jackson County ,MS now has a full time staff of trained individuals that far surpass what was there in my tenure as Director and I am proud to say I play a small role in their function. The leadership at the local level today is as good as Mississippi has to offer. I hope all are doing well.
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1497. sandcrab39565
1:24 AM GMT en Enero 18, 2013
Well Hello to everyone and hope 2013 is starting well for all. I has been a while since I posted although I am still around most every day. I have been quite busy since Sandy hit and was able to go to Maryland through the EMAC process and lend a small hand in doing Public Assistance Damage Assesments. Met some very wonderful people there and they made me feel very welcome. I still continue to be active in the Emergency Management world and have merged more into the fire side these days. I am still teaching all the NIMS classes and some FEMA PA classes as well. I do miss the daily work some but I have been able to actually help more in a broader enviornment since I have not been responsible for a specific area. I just wanted to drop in and say hello and wish all good wishes.
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1496. sandcrab39565
2:55 PM GMT en Junio 16, 2012
Still alive and well. Been taking a lot of Emergency Management courses. Why? You never know.LOL Hope all is well with everyone.
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1495. sandcrab39565
7:07 PM GMT en Mayo 26, 2012
Well not officially the season yet and we are already in the B of the alphabet. Makes me wonder about the forecasts that has been made for the season. I hope evryone is doing well. I send a big hello to all.
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1494. seflagamma
4:33 PM GMT en Abril 07, 2012
Hello Sand,

I see you on FB all the time, glad you stopped by your WU blog!

Have a Blessed and Happy Easter Weekend!

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Easter Christian Graphics
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1493. sandcrab39565
1:16 AM GMT en Abril 05, 2012
Hello old friends. I have read the 2012 forecast for this 2012 season and do hope it is true.Link

I however feel that the GOM is in a heated state very early and development close to the area might cause some havoc. I hope my gut feelings are incorrect but the Bay of Campeche and that regiom as well as the northern Carrib. might have a few surprises in store. Water temps are high early unless something changes and it seems to have been a trend of cutt-off lows this year so I am a bit skeptical. I again just look at some historic data as well as long time local knowledge of this region and again I hope I am very wrong. LOL Hope all are doing well and yes I am getting better all the time despite getting older. lol
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1492. seflagamma
2:42 PM GMT en Diciembre 22, 2011
Hi Crab,

I see you on FB a lot with your weather updates.
Hope all is well!


From our Home to Yours
Merry Christmas and a Healthy & Happy New Year 2012!






"And the Grinch, with his Grinch-feet ice cold in the snow,
stood puzzling and puzzling, how could it be so? It came without ribbons.
It came without tags. It came without packages, boxes or bags.
And he puzzled and puzzled, till his puzzler was sore.
Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn%u2019t before.
What if Christmas, he thought, doesn%u2019t come from a store.
What if Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more."

- Dr. Seuss



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1491. sandcrab39565
12:39 AM GMT en Diciembre 22, 2011
Merry Christmas to all my WU friends. I know it has been a long time. It would take days to say what all has been happening.
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1490. seflagamma
4:03 PM GMT en Marzo 26, 2011
Hello Sand,

I know you are busy with your election so hope all is going well and you win!

Try to find some time to enjoy the weekend!

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1489. kaiden
6:34 PM GMT en Marzo 24, 2011
Sandcrab, What office are you running for? Since retiring in January and moving back to Helena full time I have not kept up with Jackson County politics, just the local news. And trying to catch up on a back log of 7 years of chores and settling in.
And the weather is beautiful today also, fixing to do same tractor work.
Kai
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1488. sandcrab39565
12:04 AM GMT en Marzo 21, 2011
It has been a beautiful day today in South Mississippi.
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1487. sandcrab39565
4:57 AM GMT en Marzo 20, 2011
Hello my friends I have been a busy soul. I am embossed in a heated political campaign. Yes me I am running for a local office so perhaps I might can make a change. I am learning its not what you know but just what you can do about it so I have stepped up to the plate and we shall see if its possible. If we are to make changes then we must be willing to take the chances. I hope all are doing well and I have not changed I still care as much as I ever did about preparedness and life safety so now I am trying to become a small voice that can make a little difference.
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1486. EmmyRose
5:53 PM GMT en Diciembre 31, 2010
You are the best of the best

Poppin Champagne Pictures, Images and Photos
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1485. surfmom
5:02 PM GMT en Diciembre 31, 2010
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1484. surfmom
2:20 PM GMT en Diciembre 25, 2010
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1483. AllyBama
7:40 AM GMT en Diciembre 25, 2010

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Merry Christmas from my house to yours, Allybama
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1482. sandcrab39565
1:35 AM GMT en Diciembre 06, 2010



FREEZE...
A HARD FREEZE IS POSSIBLE MONDAY NIGHT AND EARLY TUESDAY MORNING
ACROSS SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI AND PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL AND
SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...GENERALLY NORTH OF A LINE FROM MORGAN CITY
TO PONCHATOULA TO SLIDELL TO PASCAGOULA. FARTHER SOUTH...A LIGHT
FREEZE IS POSSIBLE SOUTH OF LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN...GENERALLY ON THE
WEST BANK OF METRO NEW ORLEANS AND EXTENDING SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST
TO AREAS JUST INLAND FROM THE COAST. A HARD FREEZE WATCH AND
FREEZE WATCH HAVE BEEN POSTED FOR MONDAY NIGHT AND EARLY TUESDAY
MORNING FOR THESE RESPECTIVE AREAS.

I dont like the cold.lol
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1481. sandcrab39565
1:44 AM GMT en Noviembre 28, 2010
This has been what I have been restoring.

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1480. Patrap
11:27 PM GMT en Noviembre 26, 2010
Happy Thanksgiving from Uptown,NOLA




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1479. sandcrab39565
11:25 PM GMT en Noviembre 26, 2010
Hello everyone been very busy. I hope everyone had a safe and joyous Thanksgiving
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1478. surfmom
10:37 AM GMT en Septiembre 14, 2010
Quoting sandcrab39565:
Nice temps this early am. Ahh just a hint of fall.


Morning Sand - maybe you got the hint of fall -- it's still Hotter then Hades at my latitude...thanks for the news... least I know Fall is creeping closer
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1477. sandcrab39565
10:14 AM GMT en Septiembre 14, 2010
Nice temps this early am. Ahh just a hint of fall.
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1476. sandcrab39565
6:57 PM GMT en Septiembre 12, 2010
Happy Sunday everyone
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1475. surfmom
9:41 PM GMT en Septiembre 11, 2010
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1474. surfmom
1:08 AM GMT en Septiembre 09, 2010
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1473. sandcrab39565
9:44 PM GMT en Septiembre 08, 2010
Geez go to work for a day come home and find Igor.
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1472. Beachfoxx
1:45 AM GMT en Septiembre 08, 2010
Yikes! I love Summer too much to wish it over..... but I'd be happy to have it pass with out a Cane visiting the Northern GOM. : )
Quoting sandcrab39565:
Beware of the ghost of "Gaston"
Quoting sandcrab39565:
Africa staying busy I see.
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1471. sandcrab39565
1:35 AM GMT en Septiembre 08, 2010
Africa staying busy I see.
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1470. sandcrab39565
10:43 PM GMT en Septiembre 06, 2010
Beware of the ghost of "Gaston"
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1469. surfmom
1:33 PM GMT en Septiembre 05, 2010
Thx SAND -- too bad we can't be Endless YOUNG along w/ENDLESS SUMMER

FROM MY BEACH TO YOU
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1468. EmmyRose
4:55 AM GMT en Septiembre 05, 2010
Hey ((((SAND)))) Well took my last trip down the Guadalupe river today via tubing...its officially the end of summer for me.
Therefore, I am also OVER hurricane season.
Crazy ass season to boot.....

Guess there was another rig explosion
and cover up...is there anything really
left of the GOM? Canes didn't even have
to nip at it this year................
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1467. sandcrab39565
1:01 AM GMT en Septiembre 05, 2010


Here ya go Surfie
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1466. surfmom
11:47 PM GMT en Septiembre 04, 2010
Quoting robinvtx1215:
Surfmom,can I read it online?
Quoting robinvtx1215:
Surfmom,can I read it online?


I didn't think so, I looked and looked and tried to find a link w/no success - But (((Sandcrab))) found the link!!!!!!!
Thank you, thank YOU!!! I had my Pyrate hat on too!
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1465. surfmom
11:43 PM GMT en Septiembre 04, 2010
Quoting robinvtx1215:
Surfmom,can I read it online?

I didn't think so, I looked and looked and tried to find a link w/no success - But (((Sandcrab))) found the link!!!!!!!
Thank you, thank YOU!!!
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1464. sandcrab39565
10:21 PM GMT en Septiembre 04, 2010
Link

Well said my friend.
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1463. sandcrab39565
10:09 PM GMT en Septiembre 04, 2010
Better keep an eye on Gustov remains it might haunt us.
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1462. robinvtx1215
6:00 PM GMT en Septiembre 03, 2010
Surfmom,can I read it online?
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1461. surfmom
5:48 PM GMT en Septiembre 03, 2010
Good Weekend to you Sandcrab
If you get Eastern Surf Magazine, (free at most surf shops) I wrote an essay, page 20, Sept 1 issue.
Inspired by your "voice" during the Oil spill
my way of thank you
I'm also wearing a pirate hat YooooHOOOOOOO

Photo: LongIsland, Surfsup, MSWeed
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1460. sandcrab39565
10:13 AM GMT en Septiembre 03, 2010
Earl weakening, Fiona staying a weaker system and Gaston weakened at this point with hopes of it remaining that way perhaps everyone might have a safe holiday weekend.
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1459. sandcrab39565
9:33 PM GMT en Agosto 30, 2010
Fiona is born but still weak
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1458. sandcrab39565
12:56 AM GMT en Agosto 30, 2010
Link

Makes me pay attention!
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1457. sandcrab39565
6:50 PM GMT en Agosto 29, 2010
Earl is taking its time curving northward. Spells trouble for the islands.
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1456. Patrap
2:11 PM GMT en Agosto 29, 2010
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1455. sandcrab39565
12:44 PM GMT en Agosto 29, 2010
Earl is now a hurricane
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1454. code1
1:25 AM GMT en Agosto 29, 2010
We remember MS SC. The other was manmade, MS took the brunt of her, but was forgotten in the media of the large city nearby. Sad all the way around. Hopefully, things have changed. TX did great with Ike, but in part, it was the massive size of TX that helped bring it to light, and the close proximity to another large city. We'll see the next hit what happens if we, as a collective whole, have learned. I pray so.
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1450. moonlightcowboy
11:48 PM GMT en Agosto 28, 2010
Quoting sandcrab39565:


– hubbub
The report is correct. Lessons learned were only partially used and many of the important issues were ignored. The fact that was stated that more money now is spent on preparedness does not reflect the local level. Funding was given to state and federal agencies and the primary lesson of disasters begin and end local has been woefully ignored. Local preparedness is the key but without funding it is impossible to achieve. The words of the local responders never reach the national press and therefore are never heard. Congress rarely hears the truth but rather what state leaders, Mayors and other elected officials bashfully tell them. Local words from the front lines are muted. I have seen and lived such and would stand in front of anybody and say it. Until local responders are heard a false statement of actual preparedness will always be shown.



A M E N!
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1449. sandcrab39565
10:54 PM GMT en Agosto 28, 2010
5 years ago today

Hurricane Katrina, packing the power near that of Camille, churned toward the Louisiana-Mississippi coast early Monday, advancing with 155 mph winds and a storm surge of up to 25 feet.

"I'm worried about every one of the hurricanes that come our way, but I'm afraid there's going to be some loss of life with this one,'' said Butch Loper, who heads emergency operations in Jackson County near the Alabama line.
"People don't understand what is meant by storm surge,'' he said.

"You're telling them, `Hey, you need to go,''' Loper said as he studied weather reports at his Pascaogula office early Monday.
Powerful bands of wind and rain arrived on the coast Sunday night and strengthened with each passing hour. In addition, torrential rains threatened to flood rivers and streams.

In Harrison County, two public shelters were closed due to their proximity to the flooding Wolf River.

Officials said people throughout much of the state should expect power outages, structural damage and fallen trees before the storm exists north Mississippi early Tuesday.

Up and down the coast, curfews were in place after a day of frantic evacuations. Tens of thousands of residents took to the roads and sought higher ground.

Highways were bumper-to-bumper with evacuees from Mississippi and Louisiana. At Jackson, some 150 miles north of the coast, traffic from the south was still moving in a steady stream onto Interstates 20 and 55 well into the night Sunday.

"Hopefully it will take a turn and we'll be spared the brunt of it, but it just don't look like that,'' said James Bosco, who was packing up a final few items from his beachfront apartment in Gulfport.

"I just hope everybody makes it all right. We can always rebuild.''

At 5 a.m. EDT, Katrina's eye was 90 miles south-southeast of New Orleans. A hurricane warning was in effect for the north-central Gulf Coast from Morgan City, La., to the Alabama-Florida line.

The storm held a potential surge of 18 to 28 feet that would easily top New Orleans' hurricane protection levees, as well as bigger waves and as much as 15 inches of rain. Tornado warnings were posted for Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.

"`This is shaping up to be a catastrophic event for the coast,'' Loper said. "We're looking at 24 hours of tropical storm force winds and 6-8 hours of hurricane force winds. Imagine what the debris level will be like. With all the water, what doesn't break over will all over.''
The National Weather Service said that after moving into southeast Mississippi Monday afternoon, the hurricane should continue tracking north through east-central Mississippi Monday evening.

With sustained winds of up to 90 mph, with gusts greater than 110, hurricane warnings were posted into central Mississippi.

Tornadoes and flooding were also major threats from Katrina. A tornado watch was posted for the southern portion of the state until noon Monday, and a tornado warning was issued was issued at 3:45 a.m. for areas of Hancock County on the coast.

With the last daylight on Sunday, some locals walked along the shores to get a last glimpse of the beach.

In 1969, Camille smashed the Mississippi coast, heavily damaging the beach and destroying homes and businesses along coastal U.S. 90.

Mayor A.J. Holloway of Biloxi said his officers were patrolling neighborhoods into the morning hours Monday, but "There's going to come a point in time when we'll have to pull our people off the streets.''

Many longtime coast resident's couldn't help but compare Katrina to Camille 36 years ago.

"I was here for Camille and I'm leaving,'' said Larry Anderson, 48, of Harrison County. "I was here and I remember it well. I don't want to be here for another one.''

Camille was the most powerful and devastating hurricane to hit Mississippi and was one of only three Category 5 hurricanes to hit the U.S. mainland since 1900. It struck on the night of Aug. 17, 1969, with winds of over 200 mph that flattened buildings and tossed boats across a beach-side highway.

The tide surged to 24 feet, sending water over rooftops. In Mississippi alone, 131 people were killed.

Shelters were open all along the coast and well to the north. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency said it had no exact figure on evacuations but said the number would be in the thousands.

Casinos along normally busy U.S. 90 were closed Sunday and workers moved sensitive equipment to secure areas. Officials said utility connections between the casino barges and the shore were secured. The Treasure Bay Casino in Biloxi had a flashing sign that read: "Closed due to Katrina. Katrina Go Away.''

President Bush on Sunday declared several counties in the southern part of the state disaster areas for emergency protection. The declaration is intended to help the areas get equipment and to start setting up shelters, Youngblood said.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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1448. sandcrab39565
10:46 PM GMT en Agosto 28, 2010
MEMA director questions survey's accuracy
Posted: Aug 27, 2010 4:17 PM CDT
Updated: Aug 27, 2010 6:25 PM CDT

MEMA Director questions accuracy of PEW Katrina Poll
1:51

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - The director of the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) questions the accuracy of a recent survey about hurricane preparedness. The Pew Research Center survey shows 57 percent of the country thinks the U.S. is no better prepared for a natural disaster today than we were before Hurricane Katrina.

"I am not sure the majority of people understand what has taken place since Katrina," Mike Womack told WLOX News.

Womack said much has been done to better prepare those who respond to major disasters. As an example, he points to Hurricane Gustav, which threatened New Orleans. He said the government essentially evacuated that city successfully and without incident.

Womack also pointed out that his agency and others, especially in this region of the country, are better funded than ever before.

"I am very proud of the fact, I think in the state of Mississippi, we have been effective in using the money provided by the federal government and the state legislature."

Womack is convinced, beyond a doubt, we will never see the kind of bungled respond we had in Katrina. But he does have a warning for people.

"Anytime you have a catastrophic event, by definition, catastrophic means you will overwhelm resources, you will overwhelm government at all levels. How good we are is how quickly we rebound."

There was one other thing Mike Womack wanted to emphasize during our interview. He said FEMA leaders are concerned that many Americans seem to think that big brother, our government, will do everything for everybody.

"We as a society need to get away from thinking, ‘I need to see what I can get out of the government.' We have to understand we are all part of society, part of the government and we should not take resources if we don't absolutely need them in an emergency situation."

Womack and FEMA's national director, Craig Fugate, are on the coast for the various Katrina memorials and events.

Copyright 2010 WLOX. All rights reserved.

My Response

– hubbub
The report is correct. Lessons learned were only partially used and many of the important issues were ignored. The fact that was stated that more money now is spent on preparedness does not reflect the local level. Funding was given to state and federal agencies and the primary lesson of disasters begin and end local has been woefully ignored. Local preparedness is the key but without funding it is impossible to achieve. The words of the local responders never reach the national press and therefore are never heard. Congress rarely hears the truth but rather what state leaders, Mayors and other elected officials bashfully tell them. Local words from the front lines are muted. I have seen and lived such and would stand in front of anybody and say it. Until local responders are heard a false statement of actual preparedness will always be shown.
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