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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

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[Oklahoma Flatter Than A Pancake] The biggest tornado in history leveled a 20 mile by 2 mile swath of Moore a suburb of Oklahoma City killing 51 so far. Link

 I have a beautiful house for sale in Eden Pines. Please watch this Video. ~Nira Tocco

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[Non-Construction Site] I drove the length of N. Roosevelt Blvd yesterday at 3pm and didn’t see one worker there. If I lived in KW I’d be pissed that they are not working on the road any longer. I hope there’s a time penalty in the construction company’s contract that will penalize them for poor performance. 

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Stop Monsanto from changing the molecular structure of our foods.

And on a happier note, 4 States now have legally assisted suicide.  Vermont, Washington, Montana, & Oregon.




Coconuts new 57 second spot: Video

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Fanci Seafood will be closed on Sundays until August. Everyone have a great summer!


On a bright sunny morning I looked up to see
A majestic peacock sitting in a tall tree.
He flew down to see me – what a breathtaking sight.
His tail feather flowing and wings flapping in flight.

an_peahen eggIf you never have seen this then I must explain
Put it on your bucket list and you will not complain.
Graceful and peaceful these creatures they are
They can be admired from both near and from far.

Why would you want to hurt them and drive them away
You have no heart or compassion I say.
We’re watching our babies and have to sit tight
So please excuse our manners if we squawk a little at night.

We will be quite when our children are grown
enough to be able to fly up the tree alone.
Mom stays in the nest with us down on the ground
And Dad watches above and makes sure all is sound.

My brothers and sisters disappear everyday
Could it be from other animals or humans I say.
I’m trying to make it until I can fly
But I don’t know if I can do it as so many of us die.

Please help the peacocks and let them live free
On this beautiful island of Big Pine Key.
They’ve been here forever and maybe a day
At this point in time they should be entitled to stay.

Help save the island peacocks.  Ask questions and demand answers.

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[The World’s Largest Dolphin Tournament] May 24, 25, 26, From Key Largo to Key West, Over $100,000 in Cash and Prizes, First Place Dolphin Worth $15,000, Win a SeaHunter Bay Boat worth $75,000 for the Largest Dolphin weighing over 55lbs.

If the Largest Dolphin Over 55 lbs. is caught on a Sea Hunter Boat purchased from an Authorized Dealer in the 72 months prior to this Tournament, it’s Worth an Additional $50,000! Bulletin Board

[Sore Loser] Really looking at the odds of any lottery, there is no way that opening my wallet and throwing away my hard earned pittance of a net income will happen again. Done! Finito! Kaput! Over it! When they offer a sane system where many people have a chance to win, then it may be worth the gamble, but not odds at 175.2 million to win.


[Record-Setting Burmese Python Captured In Miami-Dade County] Longest Burmese python ever captured in Florida measured 18 feet, 8 inches. That’s about as long as my boat! Link


The incredible shrinking cost of solar power. Link

[Climate Fail] Climatologists are no Einsteins, says his successor. Freeman Dyson is a physicist who has been teaching at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton since Albert Einstein was there. When Einstein died in 1955, there was an opening for the title of “most brilliant physicist on the planet.” Dyson has filled it.

So when the global-warming movement came along, a lot of people wondered why he didn’t come along with it. The reason he’s a skeptic is simple, the 89-year-old Dyson said when I phoned him.

“I think any good scientist ought to be a skeptic,” Dyson said. “I just think they don’t understand the climate,” he said of climatologists. “Their computer models are full of fudge factors.”

Dyson said his skepticism about those computer models was borne out by recent reports of a study by Ed Hawkins of the University of Reading in Great Britain that showed global temperatures were flat between 2000 and 2010 — even though we humans poured record amounts of CO-2 into the atmosphere during that decade.

That was vindication for a man who was termed “a civil heretic” in a New York Times Magazine article on his contrarian views. Dyson embraces that label, with its implication that what he opposes is a religious movement. So does his fellow Princeton physicist and fellow skeptic, William Happer. “There are people who just need a cause that’s bigger than themselves,” said Happer. “Then they can feel virtuous and say other people are not virtuous.” Link


I called the incontinence hotline this morning, they asked me if I could hold on!


If flats fishing is so great, why do I see so many flats boats at the bridges during tarpon season? I don’t wave at flats guides anymore because (most of them) don’t wave back. Besides, they are douche bags.



[Record-Setting Burmese Python Captured In Miami-Dade] “Turns out, it was the longest Burmese python ever captured in Florida; it measured 18 feet, 8 inches. The python was a 128-pound female that was not carrying eggs, according to University of Florida scientists who examined the snake. The previous record length for a Burmese python captured in the wild in Florida was 17 feet, 7 inches.” Link

[Old 7 Mile Bridge] I wonder where most of the cash that people give the guy on the old 7 Mile Bridge goes. I suspect his pocket and it stays there. What about when they condemn the thing? Where will what ever has been deposited in an account to make the scam continue go? the park? manatees?  the zip line? Don’t give them a dime.

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Why aren’t both wind turbines spinning at Keys Energy’s test site on Summerland Key? I’v never seen them both turn at the same time. One is always off. Is this a way for Keys Energy to show in on paper that the experiment is a failure?  

[Flats guide boat snobs] I just can’t figure out why a lot of them wear their sun protective gear and other fishing related gear at the store or the bar. Like, using their gear as their sense of identity? It would be like me at Winn Dixie — in the 10 items or less lane — with a guitar slung over my shoulder.

[Sneaky Insurance Increase] I feel for the 800% increase that a lot of people are going to get. I talked to a friend that recently bought in our neighborhood and asked if he knew his flood insurance was going up this high and he didn’t know either. This is a total rip off and can not be justified. We need to change this crazy way our government has taken over.

Is this to finance Obamacare and not make it look like a tax? Something has to be done. I cancelled all flood and wind insurance 8 years ago and saved over 70,000 dollars. Anybody who can pay off their mortgage should do the same. Insurance rates are a total rip off. It covers nothing if you have an elevated concrete house but is required for your mortgage.


[29th Annual Lower Keys Underwater Music Festival] 10am-2pm July 13 At Looe Key Reef, about six miles south of  Big Pine Key. The underwater entertainment is organized by U.S.  1 Radio and this year will be themed “Salute to the  Rolling Stone Crabs” in recognition of the Rolling  Stones’ 50th anniversary. Costumed divers will portray “Mick Jawfish,”  “Keith Pilchard” and their cohorts. During the festival, music broadcast by the radio station is piped underwater via speakers suspended beneath boats.  The concert also promotes coral reef preservation while incorporating diver awareness announcements with tips on how to minimize environmental impacts. For more information Bulletin Board

The ABATE Memorial Day Run time in the newsletter is incorrect the meet time is 9:00 AM not 10:30 AM. For updates and more info check our web site. Link


Power Ball winning numbers are not selected by a computer. Video


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Florida Gov. Rick Scott demanded that the winner of the Powerball must first pass a drug test before he can collect any money.



[False Flag Conspiracy] Something just didn’t seem right with the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in New Town Connecticut last December. I’ve been researching all the news information and all the reports gathered concerning this incident. The results were absolutely alarming. Beginning with the shooter Adam Lanza, his mother, the weapons which were supposedly hers, the children at the school, the parents of the children, the witnesses, the school location and faculty, the medical examiner, the media and even the law enforcement handling the reports of the case itself, show signs of a false flag operation, and I believe the motive behind it, was the 2nd amendment agenda.

I then began to search on YouTube for any documentaries done on this suspicious incident and Bam! I found someone who did their homework better than I did. This documentary is very detailed and shows many facts that would be hard to debunk. Video 

[Captain Doom and Gloom] Marvin Key 360 at low tide. Better save this image before they put a cable ride on it, popcorn stands, port-a-potties, wooden walkways with aluminum railings and guide signs all over the freaking place!  Ticket stands too. Parking Meters for boats? Video

“Zipline” So the Keys gets their first Cable Ride. What next Ferris wheels, roller coasters, kiddy rides, carnival barkers (no not more politicos) and instead of a toll gate on Rt1, a Dingbat World Ticket Gate with automatic billing to your Tag. Dog save the Keys and shoot the carnie trash politicians. Q: Would not a cable ride be helpful on Shark Key for the Mail Man/Broad?

DEF: Advertising n. Words that empty your wallet for products that are useless debris. SEE: Article: For Sale: Earth $29.95 + S&H

religion politics zone

“Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.” -John F. Kennedy

an_mineret[Norway bans Mosques] Is this the prelude to a realistic awareness of Europe? France, she will follow this example? For the moment, it is ignored

No Saudi mosque in Norway, so that there is no religious freedom in Saudi Arabia

The Saudi government and wealthy private donors in Saudi Arabia, wanted to finance mosques in Norway up to tens of millions of Euros.

Legally, they have the right, in accordance with Norwegian law, it is permissible to foreign countries to financially support religious communities, but given the importance of these funds, the government must approve funding

However, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has not only refused to approve the financing, but he also responded to the Islamic Center Tawfiiq, it would be “paradoxical andagainst nature accept funding from a country that n ‘not accept religious freedom. “

Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre told newspaper VG: “We could just say no, the Department does not approve, but we took the opportunity to add that approval would be paradoxical, as will establish a Christian community in Saudi Arabia will be considered a crime. “

Another news coming from the net. Yet it is transmitted by all news agencies, but probably unefréquence on the French national broadcasting service does not receive……

Then broadcast! Be concrete actors! With only one sending this email to 5 contacts (30 sec. Of your precious time to maybe “help” your country), you will each initially inthree months than 1 million e-mails or people informed! and 48 million in 6 months!

Some folks are kind of funny. Now if you support Americas President you have to be “Ginned up”.

Guess the majority of Americans are all “Ginned up” since they voted him in and things are improving more every day.

Hey bartender, cancel that Rob Roy I will take a Gin and Tonic instead. Make it a double I’m having trouble seeing good things in a bad light for my country.

Did you folks notice the person taking 1 side and then turning around and was disagreeing with themselves Monday.

First paragraph said to paraphrase that the new unemployment numbers were terrible and abysmal.

Then read down a few paragraphs and you will read that the same poster agreed the numbers are improving and that any improvement is good news. Then the poster played the numbers game by using percentages. If you have a smaller number and take a percentage of it the number isn’t a huge increase. For example if you take the number 40 and add 50% to it the number it would only be 60. If you take the number 165,000 and add the number by the same 50% amount added the number would be well over 200,000. So what the poster does is take the numbers that were already improved numbers from the lowest starting point and uses those figures as the basis for whats  needed to keep the improving numbers at an equal  percentage. A little sneaky and slimey game but there it is.

Guess you can never be wrong taking both sides.

I agree with the poster however concerning the fact that both George Bush SR. and junior used our military members to hold umbrellas over their heads was a disgrace. Well said poster.

an_sun3[Solar Investment] Why not invest in Perpetual motion machines. If the technology just had the same amount of capital investment as, say, the military, there could be endless free energy for everyone. It’s just a matter of spending more money, not that the idea of perpetual motion machines being absurd. Why would you reject the idea of shifting billions from education and healthcare to perpetual motion machines like you do with solar and wind? Is it because you understand perpetual motion machines will never solve the demand for energy no matter how much money is spent.  If you would spend three seconds reading some science you would also understand that wind and solar are the Lefts perpetual motion machine. It is a staggering absurdity that people think you can make something like a perpetual motion machine effective just by spending more money on it.

This is the anti science fallacy of leftist ideology. You cannot manufacture an effective technology that isn’t effective by scientific definition no matter how much money you throw at it. And it is absolutely irrelevant that fossil fuels are ultimately limited. That will never make solar or wind work. And the worse thing government can do is pick technology winners and losers. The billions handed out by this administration have crushed the real competition.  Competition that may well have developed an actual alternative. It is time to quit the subsidizing of failed solar and wind energy policies. 

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Oklahoma City’s destruction was declared a disaster area by President Obama even before the sun rose this morning beating Bush’s 3 day delay in New Orleans.

[Tornado] I don’t understand why it’s taking Fox News so long to blame Obama for the tornado.  FOX is not biased enough. We need Republicans to launch another Congressional investigation into this situation.

harppo[“Karl Marx on Republicans”] Karl Marx said no such thing about Republicans or the Republican Party. These are just the wretched lies the left must repeat over and over to themselves

He did say this about Republicans though: In 1865 Marx praised Republicans as “the single-minded son[s] of the working class” who led their “country through the matchless struggle for the rescue of an enchained race and the reconstruction of a social world.

But please don’t let this stop you from expressing your beliefs. Every time the left speaks we are able to drag you into the sunlight for all to see.

[Oklahoma tornado] The politicians from Oklahoma voted against federal assistance for Sandy because the bill didn’t reduce federal spending to offset the costs. I agree. Give them assistance but cut the subsidies in the farm bill. Link

Happy to see FTR back and doing well. Take care of yourself my friend.  ~Former visitor to BPK, everyday reader, and missing your Key from half way up Lake Michigan in the great state of Michigan.


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Methinks that yesterday’s poster who claimed that Benghazi staffers had twice turned down offers of additional security from the Obama administration is, well … deluded. So far as I can tell there is a clear record of repeated requests from Benghazi staffers begging for more security assets. The record is clear that the person in charge of all embassy security — turned down requests for more security. The record is clear that those requests were not denied because of lack of funding. I urge yesterday’s poster to provide us with sourcing.  S/he won’t.

rain duck anPart 2) By the way, I believe that requiring a person serving in our military to hold an umbrella so that a politician will not get damp is fundamentally wrong. It is disrespectful as hell, it makes not a whit of difference if the politico is Republican, Democrat, or whatever.  It shouldn’t happen. Ever!

Part 3) Most of us learn early in life that telling the truth is so much easier than lying. We learn that when we lie we may have to change our story to fit new facts as they are revealed.  Apparently Team Obama and the Obama missed that little life lesson. Before we get bogged down in facts, please never lose sight of the fact that the Obama was using the IRS as a political weapon against his critics.

Every day the IRS scandal gets more and more toxic for Obama. Every day new details are learned, not a one of them is good news for Obama. Every day we see the Obama narrative change to fit new facts as they are revealed. Press secretary Jay Carney said again that no one had told President Barack Obama ahead of the first news reports: not his top aide McDonough, nor his chief counsel Kathy Ruemmler, nor anyone from the Treasury Department.  

Monday’s revelation amounts to the fifth iteration of the Obama administration’s account of events, after initially saying that the White House had first learned of the controversy from the press.

Here’s how the White House account has evolved: Friday, May 10: IRS official Lois Lerner disclosed at an American Bar Association conference that the agency had targeted non-profit applications from groups with tea party language in their name. That afternoon, Carney said he didn’t know when the White House first became aware of the investigation.  “I don’t have an answer to that specifically,” Carney said. “I know that when the IG began investigating it, that it’s been investigating it for however long the IRS has said, but I don’t have a specific answer to that.”

Outside the White House, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said that he’d first learned of the investigation from news reports.

Monday, May 13: Obama, during his press conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, said he first learned about the IRS story from the press.  “I first learned about it from the same news reports that I think most people learned about this,” Obama said. “I think it was on Friday.”

Later in the day, Carney told reporters aboard Air Force One that White House counsel Kathy Ruemmler’s office was told “in the week of April 22” that an inspector general’s report was coming “involving the office in Cincinnati.”

“But that’s all they were informed as a normal sort of heads up,” Carney said. “And we have never — we don’t have access to, nor should we, the IG’s report or any draft versions of it.”

Tuesday, May 14: The inspector general’s report was released, and Obama released a statement directing Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to “hold those responsible for these failures accountable.”

Wednesday, May 15: Acting IRS Commissioner Steven submitted his resignation to Obama.

Thursday, May 16: Obama, during his press conference with Turkey’s prime minister, repeated that he’d been unaware of the inspector general’s report before learning about it via press reports. Obama said: “I can assure you that I certainly did not know anything about the IG report before the IG report had been leaked through the press,” Obama said. “Typically, the IG reports are not supposed to be widely distributed or shared. They tend to be a process that everybody is trying to protect the integrity of.”    

Friday, May 17: Lew, during an interview with Bloomberg News, revealed he’d actually first learned of the inspector general’s investigation in March, adding that he hadn’t been aware of the details of the report until May 10.

Monday, May 20: A senior White House official confirmed to POLITICO that Treasury Department staffers told White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler the inspector general report was nearing completion during the week of April 22.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney originally acknowledged that the counsel’s office had been told of the investigation during a press briefing last Monday. But Carney didn’t explicitly say Ruemmler had learned that conservative groups were targeted and how they were singled out.

Later, during the White House briefing, Carney told reporters that some staff in the counsel’s office were told of the report — and others nearing completion — a week earlier, on April 16.

Ruemmler did inform chief of staff Denis McDonough’s office of the investigation, Carney said, and other senior staff were also told of the report. Carney wouldn’t say who those other staffers were, but did say there were communications between White House and Treasury Department staff ahead of the first news reports of the IRS investigation 10 days ago.

Though senior staff knew of the probe, Carney said Ruemmler had concluded that the investigation was “not a matter she should convey to the president” until the report was finalized. Deer Friends that statement beggars belief.

On Monday, Carney pushed back at reporters frustrated with the shifting narrative. “I said that I didn’t know (these details) until Friday, but I’m getting this information to you now,” he said.

Meanwhile, Republicans eagerly await tomorrow’s lie dujour. Thanks to Politico for the foregoing. 


I wonder if Putney will be first in line to get No Name juice.