Ferdie’s Gazette

Click: The Delery Gazette to get more of the world’s latest news from Ferdie Werdie! Ferdie is editor and publisher of The Delery Gazette which he has been publishing for 40 years. After stints with the New Orleans States-Item, the New Orleans Daily Record, producing the noon news at WWL-TV, society editor at Louisiana Weekly, Media Director for Sheriff Charlie Foti’s Orleans Parish Prison, Ferdie created The Delery Gazette from the Temple of God Prayer Trailer in order to publish what he heard from the voice of God. The Prayer Trailer moved to St. Tammany Parish, but was eventually burned down by some “hillbillies” from Mississippi. You know how it can be in the American south. However, Ferdie still continues seeking God’s voice with his Delery Gazette even though the loss of the Prayer Trailer continues to haunt him.

Here are SAMPLES of previous Gazette stories:

NEW ORLEANS (Gazette) — December 7, 1941, according to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, is “a date which will live in infamy.” With today’s anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, we are all reminded that the United States is vulnerable to attacks by foreign entities. On this anniversary, I am also reminded of the 2001 9/11 attacks on America which saw nearly a similar number of lives lost. The United States entered into war after both occasions. Let us not forget lessons learned concerning both attacks; and let us remember the many lives lost in those attacks.

In other news, at this time, many people around the world are remembering their personal feelings about Nelson Mandela.

What else? Oh, yeah! I’ll be watching the below with all FOUR eyes. haha

When Bill Gates tweets people ought to listen.

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