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Aug 29th 2011 3:54PM Never happen. Nothing in it for the rich so the Tea Party house would fight it.
Dec 31st 2010 5:01PM You should see some of the homes down here in Naples, FL in a section called Port Royal. There is one home on the Gulf that was completed about six years ago at a cost of $60 million and it occupies a full block wide and deep at a value of $40 million for the land. The house contains 48,000 sq. ft. A block away sits another Gulf front home containing a mere 40,000 sq. ft.
Jul 27th 2010 2:21PM No way. Not even in New York.
Jul 9th 2010 11:33AM Wall Drug Store, which once was billed as the largest drug store in the world, has many interesting shops and stores. I bought a pair of Indian moccasin's in 2003 that are the most comfortable and durable of any shoes I've ever purchased. Less than $60.00 too. This shopping center is well worth a visit at Wall, South Dakota.
Jul 8th 2010 10:33PM Sometimes I scare myself. LeBron James did exactly as I've said in comments on AOL and Cleveland.com in recent months. The difference is, a winning organization in Miami, and losing organizations in all sports for the last several decades in Cleveland. I've been saying this entire past basketball season, that if Cleveland did not win the NBA championship, then it's bye-bye LeBron. He values that NBA ring more than hometown loyalty.
May 15th 2010 1:40PM Come on now. Exceptions can always be made. Let the man keep his pig. If it's kept inside it shouldn't bother anyone, except maybe his girlfriend.
May 15th 2010 1:26PM I agree with Jay about the losing attitude in Cleveland. I lived there for 25 years and every year in every sport it seemed that whatever could go wrong would. I have maintained for the past 35 years that there will never again be a sports championship in that town, not since the 1964 Browns. But the diehard Cleveland fans keep hoping for a miracle, year after year after year. Forgetaboutit. A dark cloud hangs over that city. As for LeBron he's gone, my pick is the Miami Heat.
May 14th 2010 2:25PM You're right. It's been several years since I visited the Sarasota beaches, but unless they've hauled in a hugh amount of sand from the panhandle beaches, the sand is a light brown. They like to think of the beaches here in Naples as white sand, but they're far from it. The beaches on the East coast are a darker brown. The beaches on the West coast are darker on the southern end but turn lighter as you travel north. Once north of the St.Petersburg area the sand transitions into white until you reach the panhandle area where the sand is sugar white. You can walk on this sand in summertime mid-day with no burning sensation to your feet.
May 14th 2010 1:14PM Where did you ever get the idea that the peninsula of Florida has white sand beaches? I have travelled extensively throughout Florida and the only white sand beaches I saw was the northern panhandle area. The beaches on both the East and West coasts are a shade of brown.
May 12th 2010 4:37PM LeBron's head wasn't into the game last night. It was into the next team he'll be playing for, that has a good chance of winning a championship, with him on it.