Up Starkvegas way, my son-in-law, John Cohen, Mississippi State's Athletic Director, make national sports news, this is him with his wife, my daughter, Nelle, and their cowbell:
and without the cowbell and shades
For the first time ever, I paid Facebook to boost the link to a blog post (yesterday's at this website), and Facebook approved the boost, then disapproved it, because it had sexually suggestive content at the very end:
I changed the pic in yesterday's post to this below, and notified Facebook, but don't know if that made any difference at Puritan HQ.
God help the people running Facebook, if they ever come to Key West's Fantasy Fest and see art like this hidden in plain view all over lower Duval Street. God help them.
As for all the sex-harasser big wigs biting the dust in the national "fake news" tabloids ...
My homeless vodka addict prophet girlfriend Kari Dangler told me yesterday, "What's the big deal? Women need to get used to it, if they run with the big dogs."
Kari said, when she worked for a company on Key Largo, her boss came out of the men's room with his fly open and his dick hanging out and he asked, "Did you see any thing?", and she said, "There wasn't anything to see," and there were other people in the room trying to hold their laughter, and he fired her.
Also down here in the sexually-inhibited lips are moving asteroid belt ...
Jim Brooks I'm with you on redrawing district 2 from south of the Seven Mile Bridge to the north side of the Boca Chica Bridge. [ Big Coppitt Key begins above Boca Chica Bridge.]
Clicking on that link takes you to the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections voting district map, where you can see the tiny small hands gerrymandered part of District 2 in Marathon, made so to enable Marathon to have 2 county commissioners like Key West has, even though Marathon has far less population than Key West.
Also for 2018 District 2 county commission candidates and Florida Keys voters to ponder, from this past Tuesday's popular Coconut Telegraph (bigpinekey.com) public forum:
[Respiratory Issues] Here is an update 2 & 1/2 months after, yes after, Irma. This morning at 9:30. November 26th Piners and pets are having some very bad respiratory issues. Near shore water are being subjected many different kinds of poison from oil products to weed killers, paints, pesticides & assorted chemicals. I am having trouble finding any upside. ~Coconuts Bar & Liquor Store, down town Big Pine Key
[Debris] Can we please have a roll call to the removal of debris from the lower Keys. From Bahia Honda on down to Big Coppitt. Ladies Acres on Little Torch has been swept once. Is it ironic that its the red headed step child district that has been neglected again. Does anyone know if the mattress’s on the causeway that the commissioners drove past a week ago last Tuesday are still there?
[Hurricane Debris] If Big Pine Key is so special that Federal Government keeps watch over us? where the heck are they now? You can go to jail for disturbing a Tree Snail of the Marsh Rabbit. There are about 20 federally endangered species in the Keys, and many of them exist nowhere else on Earth except Big Pine Key. You would think that the Feds could help with the trash/garbage/wreckage & debris disposal. I know it’s not good for people, I’m sure it’s not good for everything else. ~Coconuts Bar & Liquor Store
[“Explain to me why piles of garbage still sit by the road”] Because Governor Scott pulled the clean-up contract from the original contractor and gave the gravy to his boys two days after the storm. Then after they came through and took the easiest of the debris they could snatch, they ceased operations and the State hired yet another contractor – because the original contract holder did not want to come in behind the pirate companies. It seems that new company has not begun operations yet. My guess is they are afraid to step into what seems to be a coming legal fray between the original contract holder, the Governor and his pals. In the meantime, the rich on my island have pride private contractors to haul their debris away while mine sits. Now you have to be rich enough to clean up after a CAT4 to live here
Here's 5-term District 2 county commissioner Gang of 5-ver George Neugent's mugshot:
Neugent lives in the tiny small hands part of District 2 lying in Marathon, above Seven Mile Bridge. His county commissioner business office is on Big Pine Key, which took Category 4 sustained winds for 7 hours, according to a friend of mine who rode out Irma on Big Pine. When I drove around Big Pine neighborhoods 5 weeks after Irma, and then 7 weeks after, the street sides debris looked like Hiroshima. It looked like no cleanup had been done.
Way to go, George. Be sure to put your tiny small Republican left hand over your tiny small Republican heart when you pledge allegiance to the flag of make America great again at county commission meetings.
You been playing golf lately at Sombrero Country Club in Marathon, which comps your membership dues because you are a county commissioner? Which freebie you accidently (tongue-in-cheek) failed to report as required by state law, until now announced District 2 county commission candidate Rick Boettger reported you, and the other 4 members of the Gang of 5, to the Florida Ethics Commission for multitudes of not reported candidate and county commissioner financial info required by state law?
Gang of Five Irma cleanup lips are moving news in today's
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And another, from 2009:
And another, from 2014:
and another, from 2016
and other of my past campaign managers and supporters
Right, The Pirate Queen and I won't pay Facebook Puritan HQ to boost this post.