I have been deployed to New Orleans again.
Help me out on this one??? http://smileys.smileycentral.com/cat/4/4_12_12.gif http://smileys.smileycentral.com/cat/4/4_12_2.gif Did I miss something?
Sorry, Gerry posted a link awhile back that PARR was taking inspector applications, so I went to school back in March for training performing Disaster inspections for $50 a pop. 10 to 15 Minutes each, minimum 8 per day, average 16 per day. I got deployed today. Leave around Friday for N.O.
I assumed everyone knew about Parr. Sorry, can you tell I’m excited? The toilet was flushing, and I am caught in a whirlpool, so this is right on time. Please pray that I don’t get sick while I am down there. Thanks
Wow, your health has improved quite quickly. That’s good news!
Be careful down there.
No, my health is worse, but I figure if I can’t handle a touch pad screen and a camera, it will be over for sure. i am taking a chance, but I have to, I am to old to be homeless. Thanks for the kind words.
Well good luck.
I know a few guys that do them and it can be pretty stressful. Just don’t push yourself, only you know your limit.
Good luck Ken! A N-95 mask may be of help!
I just said no to a trip to Texas until the water goes down and the power comes back one
Better to be part of the solution and part of the problem
Good luck but I see problems
Get fuel before getting into the no power zone
And take a large hand gun with extra amo
Don’t think God will helping people that are not helping each other
A must read from previous experience link
Many have lost time and money and not properly prepared for a disaster area phone, food, water, gas, clothing…
I believe our Ex-Chapter Pres. is still feeling the health effects of his deployment to Katrina states…
Best of, to you…