|The Miami Herald gave up on Saturday, but I didn't!|
|What is this dead animal with Maggots all over it found in a residential neighborhood?|
Speaking of Maggots, I have often said the Florida Legislature shouldn't meet at all and I am always glad when the session is over. The Florida House took off early in a snit and that makes me very happy. I am happier than a pig in shit actually.
The Kendall Federation of Homeowners:
They are having a meeting June 8th at 7pm at their civic pavilion WAY out west. They invited Congressman Carlos Curbelo, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez, State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and County Commissioner Juan C. Zapata. The Miccosukee Indians are trying to get the Kendall golf course they bought, designated as tribal land so maybe they can build a casino. Does that mean they do not have to pay property taxes as well? Hey Miccosukees, you can't just buy land and make it tribal. If you can do it, however, buy land all over the County.
Wasted Tax Dollars:
|Did anyone know County Commissioner Souto had a Bus? What a waste of money.|
|Does anyone miss the style of the pregnant woman of the 50's? Hide it any way you can.|
|Yes, we all know you have a parasite inside you Ms. 2015.|
Dickheads of the week:
For trying to justify a road rather than trying to stop it near Crystal River:
"When it appears inevitable that a highway corridor we don’t like is going to be built, we will advocate strongly for modifications, offsets, and mitigation to minimize the impacts on Conservation Lands."
That is Audubon for you, give up don't fight to the finish.
Rep. Matt Gaetz
For implying "African American's are stupid" in a tweet. Out of 11 Democrats that filed a suit about the session ending early, he chose 2 Blacks to single out, saying: "This lawsuit reads like it was researched and drafted by Sen. Joyner...and spell checked by Sen. Bullard. Woof, that is mean spirited, stereotyping and super racist. I guess Gaetz is the bigger dickhead and I don't mean that "bigger" in a good way.
Grand Opening For Hampton House, May 8. 2015, 11:00 a.m
Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez, Chairman Jean Monestine, District 3 Commissioner Audrey M. Edmonson, the Board of County Commissioners and the Historic Hampton House Community Trust, Inc. cordially invite the public to attend the Grand Opening of the Historic Hampton House, “the former jewel of the South,” to see how it has been brought back to its former glory. The event will take place on May 8, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at the Historic Hampton House, 4240 N. W. 27 th Avenue and the admission is free.
The Grand Opening is the result of fifteen years of working, planning, and cooperation among citizens, government, organizations and the corporate world to restore a landmark in Miami and a portion of its vibrant history. During the days of segregation the Hampton House was the bridge that brought the races together to plan strategies for sit-ins, demonstrations, and marches to protest segregation. The local chapter of CORE had its monthly meetings there. It was the place where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. first said his “I have a Dream Speech” before saying it in Washington, D. C. It was where Mohamed Ali had his victory party February 25, 1964, when he beat Sonny Liston. It was where Malcolm x proselytized Cassius Clay to the Islam Faith. A long list of political figures, athletes, musicians and entertainers, both black and white, as well as those involved with the Civil Rights movement at the local and national levels stayed at the Hampton House.
Frequent visitors were Joe Louis, Jackie Robinson, Althea Gibson, Roy Campanella, Ray Charles, Patti LaBelle, Stevie Wonder, Lena Horne, Milton Berle, Sam Cook, Berry Gordy, Frank Sinatra, Flip Wilson, James Brown, Jackie Wilson, Nat King Cole, Nina Simone, LaVern Baker, and many others.
The Black entertainers could ENTERTAIN on Miami Beach but they couldn't STAY at the Miami Beach hotels.