Jesus Christ, how dense can one human being be?
CNN's Paula Zahn spoke with her about what she saw.
ZAHN: When do you think you might be able to go home?
[SUZANNE] RODGERS: Well, I actually went home about an hour and a half ago. And there is no home to go to. The apartment complex that I lived in, which is on the beach in Ocean Springs, is totally leveled. There's nothing there anymore.
ZAHN: Totally leveled?
RODGERS: Not as much as...
ZAHN: Totally lost?
RODGERS: Totally lost. Totally lost.
Yes, Paula -- lost. Totally lost. What part of "totally" is such an intellectual challenge? Mercifully, it finally sinks in and ... Oh, Jesus Christ, no, it doesn't:
ZAHN: We should help the audience understand, you're talking about a storm that packed 135-mile-per-hour winds. But help us understand...
ZAHN: ... the construction of an apartment building, where the whole thing went out to sea? You said there's absolutely nothing left?
RODGERS: There's nothing left...
Coming soon: "So, Mrs. Krempf, you say your family was killed by the hurricane. All of them? Every single one? Not one survivor? Help us understand, all dead, down to the last child, right? No one else left alive, is that what you're saying?"
Just kill me now, Lord.