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The Hurricane Comic Strips

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81. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-10-13 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-10-13 Pub. Date: 2005-10-13
Image Number: 11926
Caption: Candorville Jail. Temporary Shelter. Lemont interviews Hurricane Katrina survivors for his blog. They told us to evacuate, but Mozelle an' I don't drive. We heard there was a bus up at the church, but Mozelle, she on oxygen -- an' the winds, they were too much for her to walk over there. Besides we figured if it was that important there mayor woulda sent buses door to door to get us older folks out.
     
82. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-10-09 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-10-13 Pub. Date: 2005-10-09
Image Number: 11929
Caption: Meanwhile in an alternative universe where the response to the New Orleans flood was competent … Tuesday, August 30, 2005. Rather than playing golf today, the president sent the National Guard to new Orleans to join rescue efforts which -- instead of being haphazard -- were the result of years of careful planning by local officials. Tuesday evening ... Congress has granted the president emergency powers. The president has ordered police departments across the nation to contribute helicopters and pilots for food drops and to rescue citizens from rooftops. Thousands of national guardsmen have begun arriving in New Orleans. Wednesday, August 31, 2005. The sky is filled with helicopters. The president has ordered Greyhound to send all area buses to New Orleans and calls on truck owners in the region to volunteer evacuate the desperate citizens. Instead of condemning people for taking what they need to survive, the White House has ordered National Guard troops to crack down only on those looting non-essentials. Instead of blaming the victims. the head of FEMA has noted that the poor didn't have the resources to evacuate the city. Thursday September 1, 2005. New Orleans has been devastated, but quick action by authorities gave people enough hope that few resorted to violence. It could have been much worse. And instead of spending thousands of dollars on shoes in New York, Condoleezza Rice is doing her job.
     
83. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-10-08 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-10-08 Pub. Date: 2005-10-08
Image Number: 11842
Caption: Later, in the year 3005 … Sir, we've found another time capsule pertaining to a flood in a place called "New Orleans." What? That makes seven. "In 1965, instead of upgrading levees around populated areas, we build new levees around lower-lying, unpopulated areas that quickly filled with people ...Please travel back through time and slap some sense into us. Sincerely, the Army Corps of Engineers." Such an odd people.
     
84. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-10-07 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-10-07 Pub. Date: 2005-10-07
Image Number: 11841
Caption: You're pulling me off the New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin account? You keep accusing our client of being inept. That's bad for business, Garcia. I'm putting you on another account, where you're less likely to cause trouble. Hi, I'm the director of FEMA.
     
85. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-10-06 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-10-06 Pub. Date: 2005-10-06
Image Number: 11840
Caption: You wanted to see me, sir? Garcia, I'm having doubts about this ad campaign you devised for New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin. "New Orleans: We've got shelter from the storm.*" "*Bring your own food, water and medicine." "Come for the culture, stay for the incompetence." Too wordy?
     
86. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-10-05 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-10-05 Pub. Date: 2005-10-05
Image Number: 11839
Caption: At the ad agency, Susan meets with her new client. Mayor Nagin, whey didn't you send those school buses to evacuate poor people in New Orleans? The school board isn't my jurisdiction so I may not have known those buses were there. May not have known? It's all unclear, but we can go into it later. Now's not the time to point fingers.
     
87. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-10-03 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-10-04 Pub. Date: 2005-10-03
Image Number: 11837
Caption: Meanwhile at the ad agency, Susan Garcia meets with her new client, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin. We need a slogan to persuade folks to return to New Orleans more quickly. How about "Ignore the toxic sludge, the destruction and the lack of services. It's time to come home." That's just the off the top of my head you understand. Can you make it snappier?
     
88. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-10-04 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-10-04 Pub. Date: 2005-10-04
Image Number: 11838
Caption: Susan meets with her new client, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin. We're looking for a whole new image. We want something that says, "So what if I didn't provide enough buses to evacuate the poor?" We want something that says, "We didn't plan for enough drivers, so we couldn't use those 200 empty school buses." We want something that says, "Sure you suffered, but at least you weren't rescued by unqualified bus drivers." The client from hell.
     
89. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-27 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-30 Pub. Date: 2005-09-27
Image Number: 11772
Caption: I'm going to interview refugees from the New Orleans flood for my blog. I want to tell someone's firsthand story. "Evacuees." Huh? Call them "evacuees." "Refugees" makes it sound like they're people from the third world….like they're so poor and invisible that the country didn't even know they existed until it saw them on the news. Refugees.
     
90. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-28 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-30 Pub. Date: 2005-09-28
Image Number: 11773
Caption: Excuse me, I'm with the press. I'm here to interview survivors of Hurricane Katrina. What paper you with? The Candorville Courier. It's a blog - an online journal of information and opinion. Blogs are just as legitimate as newspapers and TV. I know. Here's your pass. Sure, some bloggers misstate facts. But how is that any different from Fox News or CNN, in the grand scheme of things? I said, here's your pass. If a journalist pricks a blogger, doth the blogger not bleed?
     
91. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-29 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-30 Pub. Date: 2005-09-29
Image Number: 11774
Caption: Aren't many evacuees left for you to interview, I'm afraid. Family - an' even strangers - have opened their homes to a lot of 'em. It was amazing. Most of the young ones got new apartments with government assistance, and they're already looking for work. The ones you see here are left over. "Leftover" people?
     
92. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-30 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-30 Pub. Date: 2005-09-30
Image Number: 11775
Caption: I'm Lemont Brown, from the Candorville Courier. May I interview you? I'm tired. Go away. I done told everything already. Told reporters how I lost everything. What good does it do? Will telling my story one more time bring my wife back? Will it bring back our house? Will it brink back my son Sam and daughter Lisa? No. That ain't the answer I was hoping for.
     
93. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-20 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-20 Pub. Date: 2005-09-20
Image Number: 11647
Caption: This morning. Candorville continues to take in Gulf Coast residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina…..
     
94. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-19 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-19 Pub. Date: 2005-09-19
Image Number: 11646
Caption: Candorville Jail. Three weeks ago … I can't believe what's going on in ol' New Orleans, dawg. All that lootin', and I ain't there to be part of it…..
     
95. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-17 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-17 Pub. Date: 2005-09-17
Image Number: 11636
Caption: Meanwhile, in an alternative universe where the president hadn't diverted millions of dollars from New Orleans' flood programs in 2003 and 2004 to pay for massive tax cuts and an invasion of Iraq…..
     
96. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-16 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-16 Pub. Date: 2005-09-16
Image Number: 11635
Caption: White House press conference, two weeks ago. Ok, maybe the President did cut hundreds of millions of dollars from New Orleans' flood control program even after local officials warned us this would happen in order to fund tax cuts and the war in Iraq…..
     
97. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-15 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-15 Pub. Date: 2005-09-15
Image Number: 11614
Caption: White House press conference, two weeks ago. Ok, maybe the President did cut hundreds of millions of dollars from New Orleans' flood control program even after local officials warned us this would happen in order to fund tax cuts and the war in Iraq…..
     
98. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-14 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-14 Pub. Date: 2005-09-14
Image Number: 11613
Caption: White House press conference, two weeks ago. Go ahead, Lynn. Scotty, the Red Cross and local officials warned you that New Orleans was vulnerable to this exact disaster yet the President instituted the largest cuts the New Orleans flood control programs in history ....
     
99. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-13 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-13 Pub. Date: 2005-09-13
Image Number: 11568
Caption: Two weeks ago …. * Here our news cameras show you a young black man walking through chest-deep flood water after looting a grocery store in New Orleans. ….
     
100. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2005-09-12 hurricane 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2005-09-12 Pub. Date: 2005-09-12
Image Number: 11567
Caption: Two weeks ago …. This just in … Many are asking why emergency response to the New Orleans flood has been so slow…
     
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