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  • Miami-Maya images
    The Miami Maya Connection
    No, Maya traders probably did not found the City of Miami, but there is a surprising, direct connection between the two words. First, the reader should understand that the Mayas did not call themselves, Mayas. The Spanish derived the word from the...
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    Florida spaghetti fight ends in fiery assault
    Just like you shouldn't come between some animals and their food, you shouldn't come between some people and their food. According to this Thursday news report a fight over food ended in a fiery tragedy, and a woman is now behind bars....
  • Woman torches roommate after he threw out her plate of spaghetti and meatballs
    Woman sets roommate on fire: Spaghetti debacle root of drunken torching crime
    A missing plate of spaghetti and meatballs and an intoxicated roommate ended up as a recipe for disaster when nail polish remover and a lighter were introduced into the mix. Something went very wrong after a night of partying, which ended with two...
  • Woman sets roommate on fire Spaghetti
    Woman sets roommate on fire: Spaghetti spat 'fires' up Walmart gal's hot temper
    A Florida woman set her roommate on fire after a serving of spaghetti and meatballs was tossed in the trash. Tempers blazed after the gal, recently sacked from Walmart, got into a kerfuffle with her male roommate. An outgoing plate of pasta was...
  • The 51st State? A Tale of Two Floridas
    The 51st State? A Tale of Two Floridas
    South Miami, Florida is wanting to form a new state. It would become the 51st state of the union. Yes, they are serious. It seems South Miami Vice Mayor Walter Harris and the South Miami City Commission feel that Florida's State Capital in...
  • Broward Soil and Water Conservation District
    FYI on the Broward Soil and Water Conservation District
    Although the Broward Soil and Water Conservation District has five Supervisors, only one is up for election this year, according to EyesOnNews on Wednesday. A governmental subdivision of the state, most Floridians have no idea what this agency is...
  • South Florida 51st state: Secession talks leading to split between north and south?
    South Florida 51st state: Split between north and south Florida? Secession talks
    Will South Florida become the 51st state sometime in the near future? Talks of actual secession are no joke among some city officials in Miami, who are in support of South Florida splitting from its northern half and becoming its very own state....
  •  Third gubernatorial debate goes to the third degree in Fla.
    Tuesday night's gubernatorial debate goes to the third stage in Florida
    Many have labeled Tuesday night’s third and final debate between Charlie Crist and Rick Scott as bitter and brutal, when actually to us at ground middle class and lower, it is just ground zero in today’s American politics and just as...
  • Miami Circle infrared
    The Miami Circle had roots in Cuba or South America
    The architectural evidence is overwhelming that the Miami Circle was built by immigrants from Cuba or South America. A similar, round communal building eventually became the “signature architecture” of the Creek Indians, whose original...
  • Great update on Zola, abused dog in Orlando Florida
    Great update on Zola, abused dog in Orlando Florida
    I'm happy to report that Zola is now in the care of FurEver Friendz rescue in Spring Hill, Florida. She had her freedom ride on Friday, October 17th, and is currently in the care of a foster family. She's going to need donations for her...
  • A Constallation
    Planetary Resources and Planetary Sciences
    With the possibility of one day traveling to Mars and also one of Jupiter’s moons Europa, we have to consider finding all kinds of resources to be able to live. Some of the things we know already exist on Mars are metals like iron and nickel...
  • It's real medicine with a bad rap
    The Tampa Bay Times rings the death toll for medical marijuana in Florida
    Last night the Tampa Bay Times published the results of its latest poll on Florida’s Amendment 2, for safe legal access to medical marijuana by patients with debilitating conditions or illnesses. The title of the article says it all, &ldquo...
  • Single Family Rentals With annual gross rental yields of 10 percent or more
    Single Family Rentals with annual gross rental yield of 10 percent or more
    RealtyTrac identified 16 counties as safe havens for single family rental investing.The top five safe haven markets were Clark County, Ohioin the Springfield metro area (14.17 percent annual gross rental yield), Pottawatomie County, Okla., in the...
  • Reefer madness is addicting
    Recipient of first "Reefer Madness" award for medical marijuana insanity
    This Examiner has just crowned the winner of the first “Florida’s Amendment 2 Reefer Madness Award.”Since Amendment 2 earned its place on the ballot in November after United For Care volunteers gathered more than 700,000...
  • Medical marijuana purchased from a dispensary
    The Sun Sentinel endorses Amendment 2 for medical marijuana in Florida
    Yesterday the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board gave its support to Florida’s Amendment 2 which would legalize the use of medical marijuana by qualified patients. The Op-Ed is written in a very matter-of-fact style and is full of well-thought...