How about making New Orleans the new "Venice?"?

That city has the potential of being the biggest tourist attraction in the U.S. We could save the Army Corps of Engineers a lot of headaches by just letting Mother Nature have her way and flood the streets; making Canal Street a truism. Two hundred years from now, you’d have people sitting in a bar on Bourbon Street saying things like, "My ancestors lived here when the city was dry."

That would be awesome!

9 thoughts on “How about making New Orleans the new "Venice?"?

  1. Todd

    the problem with this is…Venice is pretty. Aside from the French Quarter…which isn’t flooded… New Orleans is U G L Y .
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