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Why the hate? Im sorry you are so miserable that you fell compelled to post that. Cheer up little camper somebody out there loves you!
Shade Cap, not hate. The shade was toward Trumpers but you knew that.

I've been evaluating this nasty ass post for 30 sec now and have concluded that on a 1-10 scale ... 10 being beat down ... I'd rate it as a 1 ... piffle.

Still, a piffle is a non-zero value.
 

SloopJonB

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Florida (Wo)man - Chuck E. Cheese
Cat Fight X
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Via Foxy News:

Four taken into custody after fight, shooting at Florida Chuck E. Cheese

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Chuck E. Cheese on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022.

No shooting victims located at the Brandon Chuck E. Cheese location, but vehicle did crash into business during the fight.

Pilar Arias
By Pilar Arias | Fox News

Three women and one man were taken into custody following a fight and shooting at a Florida Chuck E. Cheese.

The incident happened just before 5 p.m. Saturday in Brandon, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office says.

Deputies received multiple calls about shots fired near the pizza restaurant. Detectives learned an altercation took place inside the establishment, and a private security guard attempted to relocate the crowd involved outside into the parking lot.

As the involved parties were relocating, a woman allegedly brandished a firearm inside the Chuck E. Cheese vestibule. The security guard attempted to remove the firearm from her possession, but at some point, she lost possession of the firearm outside the business.

Another woman then picked up the firearm and shot at least one round into the air.

The shooter then lost possession of the firearm, and a third woman picked it up and placed it inside a light gray Chevrolet Traverse.

All three women are in custody. Another man was taken into custody for his involvement in the altercation.

Fight inside Florida Chuck E. Cheese spills outside into parking lot, where one shot was fired. (Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office)

Deputies did not find any shooting victims and said there was no threat to the public during the incident.

While the altercation was taking place, a white Audi crashed into the Chuck E. Cheese. Two women and a juvenile were taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The man driving the car was also taken to the hospital. His involvement is unknown at this time.

"I am grateful that nobody was seriously injured as a result of this incident," Sheriff Chad Chronister said. "Thanks to the swift and considerable response from our deputies, we have been able to quickly track down those responsible and take them into custody while the investigation continues into what led to today's events."

The investigation is ongoing.
Wow - and here I thought Little League parents were over the top,
 
If you don’t like to spend the next year and a half after a major hurricane battling your insuranium company, mitigation contractor, and the local building permit department. Don’t move to Florida!
Good luck Jules and all those affected. Been there, done that, got Tshirts….
 

dacapo

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billy backstay

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If you don't like living in an area where your home may end up underwater - Don't Move To Florida.

Jules, How did your place fare through the storm? Seeing the devastation is heart wrenching!! Hope all of those with obliterated homes had flood and storm insurance!! I fear there will be more insurance going broke in the very near future...
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dolphinmaster

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All this whining for the insurance companies packing up and going. They packed up when 4 storms rolled through in 2004 and they came perilously close to having to dip into reserves to pay all the claims. Even in that year, all claims were paid from operating capital. Don't for one minute think they are suffering in service to their policy holders, not that you are :)
 

veni vidi vici

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All this whining for the insurance companies packing up and going. They packed up when 4 storms rolled through in 2004 and they came perilously close to having to dip into reserves to pay all the claims. Even in that year, all claims were paid from operating capital. Don't for one minute think they are suffering in service to their policy holders, not that you are :)
K $treet
 

MR.CLEAN

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Definitely seems to have gotten the Trump body type down, along with the stance and the walk. Cap'n Ron been spending many, many hours in front of a full length mirror these past couple years.
 

Talchotali

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Sailboat saves Florida Man(s)

Capsized kayakers found on sailboat off Pinellas County coast​

by: Rachel Tucker, Brittany Muller, courtesey News Channel 8
Posted: Sep 29, 2022 / 06:36 AM EDT
Updated: Sep 29, 2022 / 07:03 AM EDT

SEMINOLE, Fla. (WFLA) — Two kayakers who went missing after capsizing near Seminole were found on a sailboat by the U.S. Coast Guard and are awaiting rescue.

According to Gulfport Fire Rescue, three kayakers went fishing in Pinellas County early Thursday morning. Two capsized in choppy waters, while the third was able to escape the current and paddle back to shore.

The third kayaker, Lucas, told News Channel 8 he and his friends ventured out into waters that were still churning from Hurricane Ian because it was no longer raining.

We just wanted to go have a fun time,” Lucas said.

Their late-night fishing trip suddenly became a fight for their lives after they became swept up in a current. “We had one person capsize a kayak and everything just went downhill from there,” Lucas said.

Lucas told News Channel 8 his friend tried to climb onto another kayak and they were both pulled out to sea. He tried to grab them, but then decided to paddle back to shore to get help.

A Coast Guard helicopter spotted flashing lights coming from a sailboat near Gulfport while they were on their way to refuel. The sailboat had rescued the kayakers.

Gulfport Fire Rescue Capt. Jim Lundh said the kayakers were “extremely lucky” to survive capsizing in rough waters – especially because they weren’t wearing life vests.

Lucas is still waiting to be reunited with his friends. He said he won’t be doing this again anytime soon.

“Crazy situation. Never doing this again, for sure,” Lucas said.


"...Never doing this again, for sure,” Lucas said.




 

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