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Then there is coordinating the parade to proceed down the sometimes-narrow streets of Galveston without running anybody over or knocking anyone over the seawall -- a task that requires the combined efforts of the Galveston's police and fire departments, its Park Board of Trustees and even the Ball High School Rowing Team, who'll be pushing people out of the parade's way using 15-foot PVP pipes. That's not to mention the Krewe's own "red suits," volunteers who'll be watching out for hazards "for absolutely nothing," says Morgan, "except for all the beads they throw and tits they see." --Nick Keppler
To learn about more risks and considerations of putting together a Mardi Gras parade, check out our Night & Day� section, which has other useful tidbits of information, including Bun B's favorite movie, Loretta Lynn's connection to stunt biking and what exactly "a Harold" means to improv performers.