82,000 stolen guns in Florida have never been found

Since 2007, at least 82,000 guns have been reported stolen in Florida and never found.

That’s 22 guns a day, stolen.

For the past 10 years, on almost every hour, some idiot lets their gun get stolen.

Every day, 22 new guns are out on the street in the hands of Florida Man and Florida Woman. They’re for sale. They’re used in home robberies. Your daughter’s Florida Man boyfriend carries one on him at all times.

WTSP reports 9,000 guns missing in Tampa Bay alone.

Not letting your gun get stolen is what separates Florida men from Florida Man.

Don’t be a dumb fuck.

Store guns so they are not accessible to unauthorized persons. (NRA)

13-Year-Old Florida Boy Kidnaps Woman and Steals Car at Gunpoint

Joyce Ellis carjacking

Lake City (WTFF) A 13-year-old boy pointed a gun at a 67-year-old woman, stole her car, and drove off with her still in the passenger seat on Halloween. He’s now facing charges of carjacking and abduction.

It all started in Lake City when Florida Boy was out trick-or-treating.

He came across Joyce Ellis at her home and asked for a ride. She said no. Florida Boy paused for a moment, smiled, and left.
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Bella Vista Baptist Church

bella vista baptist church
Bella Vista Baptist Church “Forgiveness Is Swallowing When You Want To Spit.”

A church in Edgewater had to change their sign about forgiveness after it was mistaken for a sexual innuendo.

“We apologize if anyone was offended,” officials from the church wrote, according to clickorlando.com.

Clean Energy Fest 2017 – Pensacola, FL

A sign advertising Clean Energy Fest alongside a “Free Beer” sign in Pensacola. (2017, submitted photo)

Clean Energy Fest Focuses on Our Energy Future

PENSACOLA — Pensacola’s second annual Clean Energy Fest brings renewable energy and fun to downtown Pensacola on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event celebrates a clean energy future through art, food, live music, and dynamic people showcasing solar, wind, and people-power for the 21st century. The event is part of the 2016 Pensacola Foo Foo Festival, and will be held at the Bowden Building and TT Wentworth Museum yard.
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How Florida Man Stays Eternal


Florida Man is suspended in time as a constant in the zaniest headlines. His death and rebirth are continuous and propelled by the same energy that he’s infamous for. As long as the contiguous U.S. has this peninsula in their southeast corner, Florida Man will exist, and WTFF News will be here to report his unravelings.

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