Go head I dare you to loot them. It’s just drunks with guns, I’m sure some will miss you. Gotta love neighborhood crime watch groups!
I want to move there. Bet they do a better job then the police.
Beer sales up..crime stats down!
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I know that neighborhood…it was taken right after our now former mayor, Ray “Chocolate City” Nagin, installed Marshal Law right after Katrina 😀
My neighborhood isn’t so dense – we’re out in the country – but those look like my neighbors. I like to tell people that I’m not worried about burglars because I get along great with my redneck neighbors: they’re loaded, trigger happy, nosy enough, and there when I need ’em.
What the hell are my family reunion pictures doing on this website????????
This had to be right after hurricane Katrina — there were signs like that all over the place. And make no mistake — those guys were not kidding. They were drunk and they would shoot.
I gez this town mus have a population of only 13.
That’s New Orleans or a nearby subdivision after Katrina. The cops left, Mayor Nagin was hiding out downtown, and the neighbors had to look out for each other.
(OK, it might be somewhere in Mississippi, too…)
I was in Biloxi, MS for Katrina and I had a neighbor in my neighborhood that was very trigger happy. Him and his wife took turns standing watch outside. One night someone came in to siphon gas and when they heard the gun cock they left very quick. We didn’t mess around after Katrina everyone was on guard 24/7
This is a picture that was taken after hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. It was sooo bad (the looting) that this was truly necessary.
this was takein in albertville alabama when a tornado hit this was the next day a freind of mine took it you can see the one guy with the auburn shit on
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