Monthly Archive for September, 2005

flying to houston

hey everyone… i’m currently on my way to houston to get my car and drive on to baton rouge to see my dad… I plan on going on to metairie to see the apartment for the first time since the storm… pics will be taken and posted here of course… I hope to get into the city to check out my parents house too….

my flight today has one lay over in atlanta… on the first plane I was getting kicked in the bacl to much so for 35 bucks I upgraded my second flight to FIRST CLASS!!!

its my first time up front so it should be cool… i’ll post more soon!


my dad is part of panel on the jim lehrer news hour on pbs right now in florida check your listings cause it will be on tonight!

via email

Open Meeting for Jewish New Orleans Evacuees in Atlanta on
Monday, September 26, at 7:00 PM at the Marcus Jewish
Community Center, 5342 Tilly Mill Road, in Dunwoody in the
Atlanta area. For more information contact the Jewish
Federation of Greater Atlanta at 404-873-1661.

thanks daniel

my resume at hotjobs!

just finished posting to hotjobs, you can check it out here, comments are welcome

Resume time!

time to post and create my fully updated resume’… click through to see the full version or download it here as a PDF
Continue reading ‘Resume time!’

uno will start registration soon!


UNO to post course offerings next week
Tuesday, 12:10 p.m.

On Monday, Sept. 19, the University of New Orleans will post an initial list of courses that will be offered electronically for the fall semester 2005. Also, on Monday, Sept. 19, an initial list of traditionally taught courses that will be offered on-site at a number of satellite campuses will also be posted. These satellite locations include UNO’s Jeff Center, Slidell High School, Mandeville Junior High School and a location on the West Bank.

Enrollment for both electronic and on-site classes will begin on Monday, Sept. 26, with classes scheduled to begin Oct. 10. Fall semester courses will be completed by Dec. 31.

These listings will be available on the Internet at and will be updated frequently as new courses become available. Students needing further assistance also may call the UNO phone banks at 225-578-7816 from 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

UNO also requests that all faculty, staff and students who have not already done so visit and click on the appropriate check-in link where they will be asked to provide pertinent contact information.

fema give $2k to every household!

just heard this via cnn podcast, bush says $2k to every household! so no matter who you are and how much you earned, you will get at least $2000 from fema! good start, but maybe they should have saved the city sooner, then it might not be costing so much!