Florida Scrub-Jay

The Florida scrub-Jay is a native bird that grows up to 12 inches long with a wing span of 13.5 inches. They feature a blue-colored necklace and gray back and underparts. They eat mostly insects, frogs, toads, lizards, mice, bird eggs, and acorns. Florida scrub-jays live in family groups that consist of a breeding pair […] »

Why Can’t You Be Normal?

  Like mother, like daughter. Like father, like son. Like country, like state. Florida’s fucked up, but the United States is far more fucked up than our little peninsula.   Highest incarceration rate in the world. Life expectancy lower than 42 other countries. Trump supporters. Florida. There’s a lot of reasons for the rest of […] »

Big Sugar

The massive, toxic algae bloom currently swirling around the peninsula of Florida has its origins in an ongoing cycle of political manipulations, kickbacks, loosening of environmental and water regulations, an aging water-transfer infrastructure in and around Lake Okeechobee, and a Governor in the pocket of Big Sugar. It all adds up to one vicious chain, […] »