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Old 24th October 2008, 03:33 PM
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Can anyone with first-hand knowledge update us on how the cruisy spots along the Gulf Coast faired after the horrors of the recent storm? Also, any news about Galveston would be greatly appreciated. This story has pretty much dropped out of the national media spotlight. Besides, CNN isn't exactly going to tell us about cruisy spots in the region.
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Old 28th October 2008, 02:29 PM
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News reports are that the High Island McFadden Seashore area (i.e., the old nude beach and cruisy area on Bolivar Peninsula) suffered great damage. Much of Bolivar is inaccessible except to residents. On Galveston Island itself, the East Beach is in pretty good shape, although the former gay beach area was already being redeveloped into pricey beach houses. The main beach along the Seawall lost a great deal of sand. Hotel rooms are scarce, although the city plans to be up and running for the "Dickens on the Strand" holiday festival in December. The best info on local conditions is through the Galveston Daily News web site.
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Thanks for the update, Bob. Things looked really awful on the network news...whole neighborhoods completely swept away with nothing but occasional piles of debris. I suppose trying to get things running helps morale somewhat...gives folks some encouragement to rebuild and recover.
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Old 31st October 2008, 07:25 AM
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Well, there's still a lot of trouble down there and people out of their homes. Speaking of morale, after Katrina and Rita I got into a shell-shocked/depressed mood. Sex -- what CFS is about -- was the last thing on my mind. I expect a lot of the folks affected by Ike are feeling some of that right now. With the story getting lost under the financial crisis and the election, it helps a lot to have some encouragement and know that people are still paying attention. A little harmless flirtation helps improve the morale, too.
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It's a real shame how over the last 7 years people are pretty much left to fend for themselves if something terrible happens -- be it a natural disaster or malfeasance by selfish, greedy fuckers out for a quick buck. I really hope that we can rediscover the spirit of caring about others.

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Old 31st October 2008, 08:20 AM
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New Orleans, when I returned on Thanksgiving Day after Katrina hit in August, was something like being in the wild west. There were way more men than women. Lots of firemen, EMS guys, National Guard troops. Frankly, it was a cruisers wet dream cum true. It seemed as if all rules were cast aside for a few months before more people returned home and things got back to a more normal way. I'm almost ashamed to say I almost miss those post-Katrina days.
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