Wisteria Island (green) and Sunset Key (paved over)
with his wife Naja, investigate for and publish boat-rocking Key West the (Blue) Newspaper (thebluepaper.comm). For a while I rented an apartment in there home.
Arnaud called to say the United States District Court had ruled that the United States of America owns Wisteria Island, which sits about a mile northwest of Key West. Later yesterday, I read the blue paper article about it down below.
Last night, a former several-term mayor of Key West, now city commissioner, asked me to run for mayor of Key West this year. Then, Naja was trying to entice me into doing something. I woke up this morning figuring I was going to write on my blog today about something going on in Key West.
I reopened the the blue paper article and saw reader comments that got my juices to running, and you can read all about that in reader comments under the article. Just one of many examples of the kind of stuff members of the local Resistance and I got into while I lived in Key West and just above there, starting early 2006.
Okay, the government made a mistake. In the section where they wrote about the "Facts" they wrote, "It is not a natural island, but rather was formed as a result of dredging operations performed under the auspices of the United States Navy (“Navy”) in nearby Key West Harbor during the first half of the nineteenth century". We are in the twenty-first century. What they are writing about took place between 1900 and the 1950's. That is in the twentyth century. I wonder what else they got wrong.