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  1. "Bailiff, wack his pee pee."
  2. We had to mail in an amended return and have been told at least 16 weeks to process.
  3. I saw the ex-Marine again the other day. He claims on his back truck window to have attended the University of South Vietnam, School of Warfare.
  4. Hippocraps! Why are Republicans touting parts of Biden’s covid relief plan? Image without a caption House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) celebrate after signing the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill on March 10. No Republican voted for the bill. (Alex Brandon/AP) Image without a caption By Glenn Kessler April 30, 2021 at 3:00 a.m. EDT Add to list Not a single Republican lawmaker voted for the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, President Biden’s coronavirus relief package that doled out $1,400 checks for many
  5. Plus we've given "amateur" college athletes the right to make money themselves. AP-Bobby Caina Calvan TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida lawmakers did a reverse play on an athletes compensation bill just before the clock ran out Friday, after college athletes and others called foul on an attempt to delay their ability to hire agents and ink endorsement deals. After that reversal, college athletes in Florida are again set to finally be able to earn money for their names, images and likeness in July, as set by a bill signed into law last year by Gov. Ron DeSantis. On Wednesday,
  6. Will we see our auto insurance rates plummet with the repeal of No-Fault and a new requirement of bodily injury liability coverage? Miami Herald Jim Saunders Fri, April 30, 2021, 4:17 PM Florida motorists are one step closer to no longer having “no-fault” auto insurance, after lawmakers Friday approved ditching the decades-old system and its requirement of carrying personal-injury protection coverage. The House and Senate signed off on a heavily negotiated bill (SB 54) in the closing hours of the 2021 legislative session. If the bill is signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis, the requi
  7. Yes they did open up a few more things: I can't wait to have farm bred Large Mouth Bass on the half shell. I can wash it down with the cocktail that is delivered with my meal from my favorite restaurant and it can be delivered by the rider of a seatless bycycle. Oh, and they did their only constitutional mandate of passing a budget.
  8. From today's Mullet Wrapper: "The Florida Legislature approved bills that would make it more difficult to vote, create tough penalties for violent protests, shield businesses from COVID-19 lawsuits, ban transgenders from girl's sports and make it more difficult for citizens to change the constitution." Should the municipality set it's impact fees based upon the needs of that municipality or should the Leg regulate the rate? From WLRN: The Florida Senate on Monday gave final approval to a measure that seeks to limit increases in impact fees, which many local governments coll
  9. Looky here. https://legiscan.com/FL/legislation/2021
  10. The only less restrictive law the Leg passed this year.
  11. How about a little pedal steel guitar! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwaTSYKhlM8
  12. Huh? My question is if someone pays your legal bills, does the IRS consider it a gift and if it does, does he have to pay income tax?
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