Ingratitude, thy name is Larry Andrews.
Last year, he and his family were evacuated to Salt Lake City, correctly described in a Reuters report as a city in "a Western state with very few black residents."
Larry has been living there for a year, helped out by the generosity of his fellow citizens.
A year later, Larry Andrews is still filled with doubts.
"We (blacks) used to live in Africa and we were moved to New Orleans and we had to adapt there," he said. "Now we are in Utah and we have to adapt here. We're tired of adapting."
Asked if his apartment living room with two computers, a television, a stereo and a boom box indicated a better life materially, he said: "What's in here, in my heart, I'm not. I'm confused. We were living better where we was."
Larry, go home. Pack up your two computers and your television and the rest of your shit and just go home.
Pious gratitude to: Florida Cracker