What the fuck?!?! People need to be informed about this situation. This is quite possibly the worst disaster to ever occur in the history of this country, maybe not in terms of loss of life, but easily in terms of economic impact…It’s bad, people. Get Tommy Lee off the fucking television.
(NB I’m wondering where the ABC staffers are keeping their little blue wristbands; surely “According To Jim” isn’t the right answer to “What Would Peter do?”)
We drove over power lines, past a flipped van, and a giant fuel tank sitting by itself on the highway, blocking two of the three lanes. When we arrived at the beach, the sight staggered us all. Much of Biloxi was leveled.
That’s a good question. I don’t know. I mean, I was in — we found a hotel in Philadelphia, Mississippi, about four hours north of here last night. We ran out of gas. We found some gas at a Wal-Mart. We got a little bit of food at that Wal-Mart, some, like, potato chips. We drove down here. I don’t know where we’re going to go tonight. We’ll find something. Maybe we’ll sleep in the truck and wake up and, you know, start working again tomorrow.
There’s so many communities here, and people are so desperate for information. You know, the last thing we’re thinking about is, like, where we’re going to sleep or how we’re feeling. That doesn’t matter. There’s so many people in need right now, and information is so important.