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 on: Today at 08:31:28 PM 
Started by PoopyfaceMcGee - Last post by Munson
looks like a toss up

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2018/senate/fl/florida_senate_scott_vs_nelson-6246.html

is that story even going to land down there

It might in Miami.  Pretty much nowhere else.

He has a home in my city (Naples).  He falls right in line with the money worshippers down here.

I can't stand the sonofabitch Voldemort looking freak.  But he'll probably win because Nelson is past his prime and Florida is trending more conservative each year as more old rich white people retire.

unrelated, but I forgot you were in Naples...do you guys hit the Everglades a lot? We were there in August so it was oppressive and mostly empty, but we did a boat ride out of Everglades City to the ten thousand islands and back which was pretty cool. Some dolphins decided to play and jump in the wake.

Seeing all the gators in Big Cypress and on the other side of Everglades was great too. I'll eventually get some pictures in the photography thread.

Been there a few times.  If you go straight up FL-29 from Everglades City past I-75 and toward Immokalee, you pass within about 10-15 miles from my house. I'm Naples address, but way east of the city towards the Picayune Strand State Forrest.  Lots of Trumpettes out here, but a lot of Hispanic and Haitian families as well.

How did Everglades City look?  They took a beating during Hurricane Irma and there was a lot of flood damage.  Our church helped take some supplies down there, and people had to basically throw away their entire belongings because of the flooding.  Piles were everywhere.  Haven't been able to get down there recently.  Before Naples became the wealth center of the county, Everglades City was the seat of Collier County.  Today it's mainly a tourist, fishing and crabbing center.

There wasn't any apparent destruction still, but it looked like a town that wasn't really 'complete'. We chalked that up to it being the offseason there, but the hotel we stayed at definitely had been recently 'renovated', and it had the faint smell of a building that had been flooded at one point. The national park facilities themselves were being repaired or renovated as well. The Everglades City station was operating out of a trailer for the time being.

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 on: Today at 08:09:07 PM 
Started by Sgt PSN - Last post by phattymatty
this knicks lineup is so bad.

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 on: Today at 08:00:36 PM 
Started by Wingspan - Last post by MDS
the ramanoffs - incredible production values and some good acting/moments cannot save what is empty and pointless. the show is 8 episodes. 90ish minutes each. anthology style so each ep is its own. im going to hang in because im a tv nerd but unless you like matthew weiner at his worst or love russian history....pass

camping - i got through 15 minutes before turning it off. jennifer garner plays an older, worse version of lena dunhams character from girls. unwatchable.

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 on: Today at 07:52:39 PM 
Started by PoopyfaceMcGee - Last post by Geowhizzer
looks like a toss up

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2018/senate/fl/florida_senate_scott_vs_nelson-6246.html

is that story even going to land down there

It might in Miami.  Pretty much nowhere else.

He has a home in my city (Naples).  He falls right in line with the money worshippers down here.

I can't stand the sonofabitch Voldemort looking freak.  But he'll probably win because Nelson is past his prime and Florida is trending more conservative each year as more old rich white people retire.

unrelated, but I forgot you were in Naples...do you guys hit the Everglades a lot? We were there in August so it was oppressive and mostly empty, but we did a boat ride out of Everglades City to the ten thousand islands and back which was pretty cool. Some dolphins decided to play and jump in the wake.

Seeing all the gators in Big Cypress and on the other side of Everglades was great too. I'll eventually get some pictures in the photography thread.

Been there a few times.  If you go straight up FL-29 from Everglades City past I-75 and toward Immokalee, you pass within about 10-15 miles from my house. I'm Naples address, but way east of the city towards the Picayune Strand State Forrest.  Lots of Trumpettes out here, but a lot of Hispanic and Haitian families as well.

How did Everglades City look?  They took a beating during Hurricane Irma and there was a lot of flood damage.  Our church helped take some supplies down there, and people had to basically throw away their entire belongings because of the flooding.  Piles were everywhere.  Haven't been able to get down there recently.  Before Naples became the wealth center of the county, Everglades City was the seat of Collier County.  Today it's mainly a tourist, fishing and crabbing center.

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 on: Today at 07:42:41 PM 
Started by PoopyfaceMcGee - Last post by MDS
for as many good candidates the dems are running they are still trotting out carcasses like nelson, manchin, the corrput menendez. schumer would still run the senate if its taken back.

rome wasnt built in a day but come on

 6 
 on: Today at 07:29:53 PM 
Started by Sgt PSN - Last post by phattymatty
thad got swole.

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 on: Today at 07:05:10 PM 
Started by PoopyfaceMcGee - Last post by Rome
I was out in the field today and met a woman who was even more of a fired up lunatic liberal than me.  Gave me a smidgen of hope, but the bottom line is we get the government we deserve.  We deserve Trump and Rick Scott and DeSantis.  Eff this state. 

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 on: Today at 06:59:32 PM 
Started by PoopyfaceMcGee - Last post by Munson
looks like a toss up

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2018/senate/fl/florida_senate_scott_vs_nelson-6246.html

is that story even going to land down there

It might in Miami.  Pretty much nowhere else.

He has a home in my city (Naples).  He falls right in line with the money worshippers down here.

I can't stand the sonofabitch Voldemort looking freak.  But he'll probably win because Nelson is past his prime and Florida is trending more conservative each year as more old rich white people retire.

unrelated, but I forgot you were in Naples...do you guys hit the Everglades a lot? We were there in August so it was oppressive and mostly empty, but we did a boat ride out of Everglades City to the ten thousand islands and back which was pretty cool. Some dolphins decided to play and jump in the wake.

Seeing all the gators in Big Cypress and on the other side of Everglades was great too. I'll eventually get some pictures in the photography thread.

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 on: Today at 06:41:12 PM 
Started by PoopyfaceMcGee - Last post by Geowhizzer
looks like a toss up

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2018/senate/fl/florida_senate_scott_vs_nelson-6246.html

is that story even going to land down there

It might in Miami.  Pretty much nowhere else.

He has a home in my city (Naples).  He falls right in line with the money worshippers down here.

I can't stand the sonofabitch Voldemort looking freak.  But he'll probably win because Nelson is past his prime and Florida is trending more conservative each year as more old rich white people retire.

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 on: Today at 05:51:55 PM 
Started by MDS - Last post by MDS
You’re missing the Sixers hand wasn’t forced to fire Hinkie.

then why did they do it?

for the john q fan's standpoint the process doesnt matter....who cares if the sixers are a bad team there are 15 bad teams in the nba every year. but john q fan isnt a billionaire owner or league exec irritated by the upteenth sixers are tanking story.

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