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Why This State Thinks Engineers Can Save Pedestrians' Lives

Nearly 6,000 pedestrians were killed in 2016 — the highest toll since the early 1990s. The problem is increasingly concentrated in certain states.

In August 2017, Alexis Dale moved from San Diego to South Florida to attend Florida International University, trading one coastal paradise for another. 44 more words


NRA Decides Constitutionality???

In the annals of lawsuits, this one has to rank right up there with the old woman who sued McDonalds (and won) for making the coffee too hot and she was burned when she foolishly spilled it between her legs.  997 more words

Political Commentary

INVESTIGATING DOZIER ~ Pt. 3: Hunting for Ledgers...

AS February 2018 rapidly approached, I spent most of my free time searching the online database of the Florida State Library Archives. This was a daunting & often frustrating task as I could never seem to find what I was looking for. 567 more words

Florida History

INVESTIGATING DOZIER ~ Pt. 1: More Than A Feeling..

January 2018…

  We had maybe been back from our New Year’s trip (and our most recent visit to Dozier!) for a week OR 2 & I still couldn’t shake the feeling that We’d missed something…I took some time to do some more research & landed on the Florida Archives website, specifically Florida Memory & began to look through the hundreds of photos stored in their online database. 542 more words

Florida History

RETURN TO DOZIER - Pt. 3: A Different View

JANUARY 1ST, 2018…

  Having just finished exploring the Dozier campus for the 2nd time, we decided to head across the street to see how far we would get using the overpass that goes from one side of the street to the other. 495 more words

Florida History

A Voice of Colorado Version 2018 No. 237

The recent mass killing in a high school in the State of Florida resulted in an unexpected side effect: The number of individuals who read this blog has increased dramatically. 165 more words