Monthly Archives: July 2010

Funny Gator Stories

Can there be such a thing as a funny gator story? Well, yes. Of course. An older Floridian, Ray, who spent part of his childhood growing up in Saint Augustine tells the story of his grandmother’s front porch and “George.” … Continue reading

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The Beach

Florida is, of course, all about the beaches. There really is nothing more wonderful than part of the day spent in the salt air along the water with waves washing over your feet. The majority of the nation’s people live … Continue reading

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Mortgage Meltdown

Florida has had her share of real estate problems. Many problems surfaced back after the war.  Not The Big War, it was the one before – The War to End All Wars. After that war and during the good times … Continue reading

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Celebrities *sigh*

Another celebrity opened their mouth releasing the wrong kind of sounds.  As usual, movie stars, song writers, singers, and the like, are using their popularity to make comments about topics of which they know nothing.  Many of these entertainers never … Continue reading

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The Consummate Florida Expert

If you want to know something about Florida, especially something really strange or weird, you need to read one or more of Tim Dorsey’s books.  Many recognize the former Tampa Tribune reporter as knowing more about Florida than most fifth-generation … Continue reading

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