Dump Truck Full of Sand has an “Inedible” Warning

This Lee county dump truck full of sand working in Glades county reads “Inedible” on the side. “I mean seriously do they really need a warning not to eat the sand?” asks Raschell T., who took the photo. The answer is probably yes.

Also, here’s a “dumped dump truck…”

Reportedly, the driver just chained it up and drove it back to Miami. Some true hustle.

Snake versus Gator

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An alligator and a Burmese Python were spotted in a standoff at “The Golf Club at Fiddler’s Creek” in Naples, Florida. Entangled together, they seem to both be determined to kill each other, trapping themselves in an endless and futile battle. Like many of us. Full Story »

Bella Vista Baptist Church

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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

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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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Naked Hurricane Party

A man rides a bike past a bar with boarded up windows ahead for the arrival of Hurricane Irma in Tampa
A man rides a bike past a bar with boarded up windows ahead for the arrival of Hurricane Irma in Tampa, Florida, U.S., September 9, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

OK, so Reuters fucked up the information, but thankfully a Facebook fan corrected us. This is actually in Land O’ Lakes, Florida at a clothing optional resort called “Caliente.”

Hurricane Season is Mother Nature’s Remedy for Tourists

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Tourists… They come here lifting their sun-screened noses high in the air, soaking sun rays into their cold decaying bodies. Midwestern baby boomers, teetering on the edge of death, with no concern for the future, arrive in flocks. They go to Disney a few times and fall in love. Then they move here.

They start selfishly voting for immediately gratifying policies that fuck future generations, because they’re gonna die soon and don’t care. Their kids and grand-kids are up north getting a real education, so there’s hardly a chance they’ll be affected. Everything they vote for is cheap and easy, with no foresight. In the same fashion that they happily fumble around on their iPhones with no understanding of the circuitry, they exploit the outer surface of Florida’s beauty while belligerently ignoring the fundamental aspects.

Funding for schools gets thrown out. Early childhood program’s budgets are slashed. There’s nowhere to go as a kid… nothing to do. So these kids turn into Florida Mans and Florida Womans. These victims of selfish greed become pathological Florida people. This is our reality.

Then a hurricane comes…

The great mediator. The judge who slices a line between the Natives who are eager to hunker down, and the Tourists who gas up their giant SUVs and head north.

And for a brief moment in time, as the chaos of the approaching storm wraps up Florida’s true children in a blanket of excitement, things are good. Things are real good…