August 31, 2005

Mark Soper has posted a

Mark Soper has posted a link to the Nazarene Compassionate Ministries special relief page
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The Slidell Hurricane Damage Blog

The Slidell Hurricane Damage Blog has tons of posts about people searching for info on loved ones in the area of Slidell, LA.

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According to the mayor of

According to the mayor of New Orleans, the death toll may end up being in the thousands.

Initially after the hurricane struck I was shocked at the number of people who had stayed behind in their homes there. Once I got an idea of how many people not only stayed in the city but avoided taking shelter there was no doubt in my mind that the death toll would be much higher than that of Camille in '69. I just hope that the mayor is wrong in his assumption.

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The folks over at

The folks over at have set up a missing person's board to help people locate missing family members due to the storm.

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The folks over at the

The folks over at the extreme Stop the ACLU Blog are calling for a a boycott of after Glenn made the following comments on Instapundit in response to a book he recently read which criticized the ACLU.
I do feel that they've become overly partisan in recent years, but they still do good work (I've worked with them in the past, on the New Orleans rave case for example, and will probably do so again.)

Personally I can't stand the ACLU but I think a complete boycott of Instapundit may be a bit extreme but I don't expect anything less from them when it comes to this kind of thing.

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695 killed in Iraq after

695 killed in Iraq after panic striken stampede. All I can say is....unbelievable.

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According to local news reports

According to local news reports from the looting has gotten out of control and martial law has been declared in certain parts of New Orleans.

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You can contribute to the

You can contribute to the Hurricane Katrina relief process through the following links:

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The Truth Laid Bear is

The Truth Laid Bear is helping organize a Hurricane Katrina Blog for Relief Day where bloggers will focus on blogging to support the relief effort. You can visit the site and add your blog to the list.
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In this article in the

In this article in the Birmingham News, Mary Lowery, a resident of Dauphin Island in Mobile, Alabama navigated the road to the island on foot to assess the damage to her home there. All she found was a gap in the sand.
Lowery's house was built in 1958 and has survived every hurricane to hit the island, including 1979's Frederic, the benchmark by which Dauphin Island storms are measured. "I'd say this is twice as bad as Frederic. I just couldn't believe it," she said.
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August 30, 2005

You can donate online to

You can donate online to The Red Cross to help them in their relief effort in response to Katrina.
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If you're like me and

If you're like me and like to surf through the different blogs on blogger you will often use the "next blog" link in the toolbar. Well, it seems like just about every other blog I look at is some lame, cheap advertising/spam blog like this one about credit counseling. Any person that would consult this company about credit repair would be an idiot. Why? Because they're using blogger to spam their business links (i.e. google bombs) which is a shameful tactic that no consumer takes seriously. I don't know what's worse...the site itself or the oodles of comment spam its managed to attract. I wish there were a way to filter out this kind of crap. We need a blogger spam blocker.
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Hurricane Katrina has killed well

Hurricane Katrina has killed well over 50 people and the death toll is rising. I don't think we've seen devastation like this since Andrew. Here are some of the pics that really struck me:

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August 29, 2005

Yeah sometimes I wonder why

Yeah sometimes I wonder why more people are swinging over to the left. Why normal people are dying out. Then I read statements like this from Pat Robertson:
"You know, I don't know about this doctrine of assassination, but if he thinks we're trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it," Robertson said. "It's a whole lot cheaper than starting a war, and I don't think any oil shipments will stop.

No wonder the left can't stand us. I've never been a fan of Robertson as I think he's full of ignorant extremism but this just takes the cake. Don't get me wrong I'm not a fan of "crazy Chavez" either but calling for an assassination especially when you're supposed to be a Christian leader? He did offer a half-hearted apology though. It simply leaves me wondering "what the ****?!'

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In five, four, three, t---

In five, four, three, t--- ah $#!%! Steve I spilled coffee on the countdown button again!
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About Me *updated

Who is this "Everyman?" I'm a young, white male in my mid-twenties trying to make my way in life. I'm married with a child and reside in Alabama. I'm no scholar having graduated from Troy University in 2003 with barely a 3.00 GPA. My major for my BS was Criminal Justice with a minor in Military Science. I'm currently pursuing a MSHRM (Master of Science in Human Resources Management) from Troy University. I am also a veteran having served in the U.S. Air Force honorably for four years.

I first entered the blogosphere early in 2005 with my original blog (dead link.) I was also one of the original contributors to Stop the ACLU as well as Patriots for Bush. I took a long hiatus from blogging and in August of 2005 I returned to the blogosphere albeit anonymous. Due to some resolved personal issues, I no longer must remain anonymous.

As an amateur (at best) pundit, I am very socially and economically conservative. I subscribe to the basic Constitutional values of life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness, which formulated this government and I believe that the Constitution should be interpreted using the founding fathers' original intent. I am pro-life, Christian, pro-victory, anti-death penalty, anti-homosexual union/marriage, pro-gun ownership, and anti-ACLU. I believe that America is a land full of opportunities available to every class of citizen and that to accomplish anything in life one must be prepared to be educated and work for his/her goals.

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August 28, 2005

Comment Policy

Everyman Chronicles Comment Policy

Comments are always welcome here on Everyman Chronicles. Chances are, if you're reading this, something I've said has probably made you angry or upset. You're probably running through a hundred different expletives and derogatory words to use to describe me. If you're going to call me any of the following or anything similar: closed-minded, a bigot (towards homosexuals), ideologue, warmongerer, "out of the mainstream," idiot, Bible thumper, intolerant, fundamentalist, extremist, right-wing whacko, be advised I'm already well aware. After all, who would know me better than myself...and God of course. If all you're planning on doing is demonizing and insulting me and my readers I urge you to count to ten, put on some incense, read some more of your Michael Moore book, make some anti-war posters, or whatever else you America haters do when you're trying to relax, and avoid making these posts.

Now that that is out of the way, again, I welcome comments to this blog from those who may disagree with something I've posted. Just remember to be courteous and respectful. This is my blog and, contrary to what you may think, I don't have to let you speak freely here. I can, and will, delete any rude or offensive statements I find posted on this blog. As I update several times a day, any crass comments you may post won't last long so I urge you to simply move on if you can't be civil.

Thank you for taking to time to read through this policy and happy blogging.


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