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Florida population now predicted to grow by 307 million Americans

And with his simple 4-minute announcement, every American with a pulse and the price of a Greyhound bus ticket got up and moved Florida.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis: “We Will Never Do Any of These Lockdowns Again” DeSantis had the brilliant idea, which did not occur to the Democrat governors of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, of protecting people in nursing homes, instead of seeding the nursing homes with disease vectors to kill them all.

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  • ghostsniper September 3, 2020, 5:31 PM

    Not me!
    Already WAY too many idiots down there.
    To paraphrase Jim Morrison, “Florida? We already did that.”

  • rabbit tobacco September 3, 2020, 6:54 PM

    Florida= sink holes, sulfur water, yankees, alligators, & hurricanes

  • jwm September 3, 2020, 7:24 PM

    Sulfur water. I’ve encountered it in a few places, most notably White Sulfur Springs West Virginia. Doesn’t smell good, but it turns your silver into gold.

    JWM

  • PA Cat September 3, 2020, 8:03 PM

    It would lead to an exponential growth of Florida Man anecdotes/jokes.

  • Gordon Scott September 3, 2020, 11:32 PM

    I did the research, man. Not Florida, but:

    Cost to rent a 28-foot UHaul truck October 1, from San Francisco to Lubbock, TX: $3760
    Cost to rent a 28-foot UHaul truck October 1, from Lubbock, TX to San Francisco: $750

  • Stargazer September 4, 2020, 5:30 AM

    We don’t want them! I have lived in Florida for 20 years (space coast). It is a great place to live. They will ruin it! Stay away!

  • Phil in Englewood September 4, 2020, 7:11 AM

    Oh great. We already have metastasizing blue state refugees invading in vast numbers. Stargazer is right.

  • will d September 4, 2020, 8:13 AM

    Kiss Florida goodbye.

  • Jack September 4, 2020, 9:15 AM

    I recall going to the Florida panhandle as a kid when no one went. There were no hotels, just an occasional ‘motor court’ with lousy rooms and scattered beer and seafood joints. It was wonderful back then and I remember welcoming the change as the NW Coast began to develop.

    After I left home a couple of decades passed before I returned and in the 80’s and 90’s the area was developed/ing and the beaches still pristine. I still try to go every year after Spring Break before the tourists begin to show up and in early October when the bastards with Northern car tags have departed to return to whatever Hell they came from.

    Tourists are one thing but only within the last few years have all black university ‘scholars’ discovered the beach and anyone who wants to visit the area should, before making reservations for a condo or beach house, check the calendars of Southern black colleges and time their visit so that you don’t wind up in tiny Pensacola or Destin when ‘they’ are around.

    I made the mistake of being there when they invaded the place on a 3 day weekend and I was stunned at the grandiose, harsh, loud and monstrously vulgar vitality that is displayed by the oldest to the youngest.

  • James ONeil September 4, 2020, 9:19 AM

    The Florida where I was raised is long gone. Which is why I moved to Alaska to raise my children. They got to grow up in open country, hunt, fish, play outside unsupervised, -just like the Florida where I grew up though, I admit,, sometimes a wee bit cooler.

  • ghostsniper September 4, 2020, 12:20 PM

    Jim sed: “The Florida where I was raised is long gone.”
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    In the summer of 1972, my HS graduation year, I drove my 66′ Mustang hipo convertible right on Fort Myers Beach and parked. Me and my skweez of the moment walked to the far end seeking some afternoon delight. Came back a couple hours later and my ride was almost floating as the tide had come in. OMFG!!! Fortunately those 10″ wide MT’s dug right in and got us back on dry land. shew, that was close.

    It’s been illegal to drive on the beach since the early 80’s and for the past 20 years at least you can’t even see the beach from the road. Wall to wall buildings blocking everything out and signs everywhere and every kind of despicable cretin you can imagine clamboring all over each other. I shoulda got out 20 years earlier than I did, I might not be as cynical as I am. I’ll prolly never go back.