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Dirty Knowledge
04-17-2011, 11:39 PM
or should i say..my Floridiots...


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Here in Florida, we're really good at a lot of things. Topping the list, we have: growing indoor marijuana, staging car accidents, and throwing children in jail. And boy, are we good at all of those things.

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Florida Leads the Nation in Faked Car Accidents
Give us an inch, we'll take $10,000. Florida now ranks first in the nation in questionable insurance claims from car accidents. Florida is one of only 12 states to have no-fault laws for car accidents, meaning insurance carriers will pay $10,000 in medical claims without proof of who's at fault. Not only are our drivers blind, so is our insurance system. Source: National Insurance Crime Bureau

Florida Leads the Nation in Putting Kids in Adult Jails
Let's face it: Kids are scary. Here in Florida, we realize that if a person is troubled during his youth, the best way to make him a better human being is to send him to an adult jail. Nearly 3,600 kids ended up in adult court in the 2007-08 fiscal year, up 45 percent from four years earlier. Inmates will take the troubled kid under their wing, and maybe all the face tattoos he'll receive will get him interested in an art career. Source: St. Petersburg Times analysis of Florida Department of Juvenile Justice

Florida Is the Deadliest State for Walkers and Cyclists
In the state of the perpetual blinking turn signal, why go through the dangers of walking or biking on our streets? Consider that of the pedestrians killed in this country, 11 percent of them were in Florida (which has just 6 percent of the nation's population). And of bicyclists killed in the States, 17 percent died here. The problem was underlined in February when a driver killed the Dalai Lama's nephew while he tried to walk the state. Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Florida Leads the Nation in Denying Free Medicine to AIDS Patients
If there was statistics on being heartless, we're sure we'd be No. 1 there too. Take, for instance, the fact that 1,290 uninsured and poor people in Florida sit on a waiting list to receive medications through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program. Nationwide, 5,154 people wait for help from the program, meaning Florida makes up 42 percent of the list. Congress is considering adding $42 million to Florida's ADAP program, so perhaps we soon won't be quite so heartless. Source: Florida Department of Health and the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors

Florida Leads the Nation in Elected Officials Charged With Crimes
We can't be the bastard state without some bastards running it. And we've had some downright criminal bastards in charge in Florida, which leads the nation in the number of busted politicians. In the decade ending in 2007, 794 elected officials ended up facing criminal charges. Even when adjusted as a per capita statistic, Florida ends up with the tenth highest number of elected officials with rap sheets. Needless to say, journalists wouldn't have as much to do here without crooked politicians. Source: U.S. Department of Justice, PolitiFact Florida

Florida is Second in the Nation in Homeless Attacks
Whether it's a baseball bat to a sleeping man's head or a steel-toed boot to the face, when it comes to beating homeless people, Florida likely has you beat. In 2009, the 16 attacks against homeless residents was enough to put us second in the nation, behind California. We also trail only California when factoring in the number of attacks since 1999; Florida homless residents have been attacked 177 times in the past 11 years, with 28 deaths. The Sunshine State has 55,000 homeless residents, but we also apparently have an enormous population of assholes. Source: National Coalition for the Homeless

Florida Leads the Nation in Cultivating Indoor Marijuana
OK, we're proud of this one, actually. Cops busted 1,022 grow houses in Florida in 2008 and seized 78,000 pot plants, enough to make us the top grow house-producing state in the nation. And the pot we're putting out is the good stuff. "This isn't your grandma's marijuana," boasted a Miami-Dade narcotics officer in a Time magazine article. And with all the empty, foreclosed property today, we have plenty of room for growth. Source: Time Magazine

Florida Leads the Nation in Boating Accidents
This one is pretty much a given, but we want to make sure the nation knows we're not slipping. We are surrounded by coast; we're basically an island of awesome with boats at every corner. According to the U.S. Coast Guard's accident reports, Florida led the way in 2009 with 610 accidents, and we're waiting for them to declare us the winners for 2010. With all the pain pills and marijuana we have flowing down here, the real surprise is that we are not leading the world in this category. Ahoy! Source: Boating Safety Resource Center

Florida Has the Nation's Top Pill-Dispensing Doctors
We don't want you to have free health care, but we want you buy as many pain pills as you can carry. The nation's top 25 Oxycontin-dispensing doctors are all in Florida, and 18 of them are in Broward County. There is much pain in the world, and Florida is here to help people overdose it out of their systems. With the assistance of determined elected officials like Gov. Rick Scott creating obstacles to being able to track buyers, Florida is still in business. Source: Broward County grand jury report

Florida Prisoners Lead Nation in Tax Fraud
Even our prisoners are overachievers in the Sunshine State. Florida inmates filed 8,777 phony claims for tax refunds in 2009, more than prisoners in California, Texas, and New York combined. Nationwide, inmates submitted nearly 45,000 bogus tax returns and managed to convince the IRS to give them $39 million in refund checks. Considering that many nonconvicts file false tax returns, defrauding the IRS might qualify our inmates to rejoin our ethically challenged society. Hooray, rehabilitation! Source: IRS

04-17-2011, 11:50 PM

04-17-2011, 11:55 PM
thread name had me laughin lol this shit is all straight up though, muhfuhckin flawdah be crazy. gotta rep for ya roots though

netscape check two
04-18-2011, 12:27 AM
I wonder what some of the cars look like on the roads there with no inspections.

04-18-2011, 11:05 AM
Florida Leads the Nation in Cultivating Indoor Marijuana
OK, we're proud of this one, actually. Cops busted 1,022 grow houses in Florida in 2008 and seized 78,000 pot plants, enough to make us the top grow house-producing state in the nation. And the pot we're putting out is the good stuff. "This isn't your grandma's marijuana," boasted a Miami-Dade narcotics officer in a Time magazine article. And with all the empty, foreclosed property today, we have plenty of room for growth. Source: Time Magazine

i don't know about every thing els but i do know this is false

thats just how many people were busted i'm pretty sure Cali wins this one but they never catch us

and 1,022 houses just to get 78,000 plants i know one guy that has 5,000 in his house alone

and this is just the southern Cali home grown

i wont even bring up what we do out doors

04-18-2011, 11:07 AM
thread name had me laughin lol this shit is all straight up though, muhfuhckin flawdah be crazy. gotta rep for ya roots though

this guy white

Mr. R&B
04-18-2011, 11:24 AM
That graphic is hilarious.

Florida is one fucked up state.

If you come here for a visit, don't plan on staying for good or you'll regret it! })

04-18-2011, 12:49 PM
yeah ill say one thing they have nice beaches
have you ever been to San Monica don't go swimming there

Mr. R&B
04-18-2011, 01:28 PM
The beaches and tourist traps are the only good things about FL.

Once you get away from the metro areas, this state is a shithole.

But I'm sure the same could be said for any other state in the US.

Olive Oil Goombah
04-18-2011, 03:57 PM
florida is a humid swamp. i been there several times. i like visiting, but i wouldnt stay. i'd rather go out west for the sunshine.

florida is too close to the south

04-18-2011, 07:30 PM
I agree with most of this and I've lived and worked here all my life.

[south florida]

...it's a fuckin fish tank - but you'll be comfortable making $60,000 a year or $2 mil a month depending on your trait.

in other Florida news:


Britons shot in Florida killed as part of 'gang initiation'

Two British friends shot dead on a crime-ridden American housing estate were ambushed and murdered, possibly as part of a gang initiation.

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01875/florida2_1875725c.jpg Shawn Tyson was arrested for the murder of James Kouzaris and James Cooper Photo: AP/SWNS

By Paul Thompson, in Florida and Nick Britten 10:14PM BST 18 Apr 2011

James Cooper, 25, and James Kouzaris, 24, were in Florida when they were killed at 3am in a gangland area rarely visited by tourists.

They apparently accepted a lift from someone they met in a bar, thinking they were being driven home.

A 16 year-old, named locally as Shawn Tyson, was charged with their murder. It emerged yesterday that he was freed by a judge last week despite being arrested over an armed robbery.

The bodies of Mr Cooper, a tennis coach who once played Andy Murray, and Mr Kouzaris were found riddled with bullets on a one-way street in the estate, known for drug dealing and gang activity. Police are investigating the theory that the pair spent the night bar hopping in Sarasota.

Officers suspect they believed they were being driven the 12 miles to the resort of Longboat Key.

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17 Apr 2011

Instead, they were taken to Newtown, Sarasota, where they were confronted by a gang of masked men.
Police sources said both men were running away when they were shot. Their bodies were found 50ft apart. They still had money on them and police found no evidence to suggest they had been wanting to buy drugs.
Sarasota police chief Mikel Hollaway said detectives had their suspicions but it would be unfair to state them. He said he believed the victims were there of their own volition.
Captain Paul Sutton said police were looking at the possibility of more arrests. He said: “More than one person ran when shots were fired.”
A police source said the two friends did not have their own transport, “so they were brought to this location”. He said: “Someone could have called ahead and people were waiting for them.” Sonja Seymour, 31, of Newtown, said: “I heard that when they arrived here there were already some people waiting for them. They were wearing masks. The men ran away and they were shot. I saw one of them lying in the street on his back.”
Police said the 16-year-old boy, charged with double murder, was believed to live with his mother in the housing estate.
He had been charged with aggravated assault after shots were fired in an attempted robbery two weeks ago.
However, he was released while police carried out further inquiries.
Police said he would now be charged as an adult which could lead to the death penalty.
The pair met at Sheffield University and became firm friends. Mr Cooper, who graduated in economics and business management, had gone to stay with his parents, Stan and Sandra, at Longboat Key in a £300 a week apartment.
Mr Kouzaris, a keen runner, cyclist and rugby player, had spent several months travelling around South America.
Mr Walton said his grandson was excited about the holiday. “The boys went out in Florida on Friday evening as young men do — but they didn’t come back. As it was late his mother rang his mobile and got no answer. She carried on ringing. Eventually a policeman answered it.
“They came to get Sandra and his dad and took them down to the police station, and only then did they tell them that the boys had been shot and killed. Sandra is shattered, as are we.”
Gina Cross, 31, of Florida, said she was hoping to see Mr Cooper the day he died. She first met the pair when they visited Florida in April 2009. They met for drinks last Thursday night and were to see each other on Saturday. She said: “They were so excited to come here. James said to me: 'I’m so looking forward to seeing you.’ Then all of a sudden, one moment in time can change everything.
“I’m heartbroken, I’ve spent all week telling my friends what a great guy James is. It was the start of something special.”
James Roe, head coach at Kenilworth Tennis, Squash and Croquet Club, where Mr Cooper, an only child, had been a member most of his life, said: “He was an excellent tennis player as a teenager and became my doubles partner.
“He was an outstanding coach. There wasn’t much work over Easter so he took some time off.”
Mr Cooper, a season ticket holder at Coventry City, lived with his parents in a gated barn conversion in Hampton Lucy, near Warwick.
Mr Kouzaris also lived with his parents, Hazel, and Peter, both 52, in Northampton. He has a sister, Emily, 20. They described him as a “wonderful son”.
His aunt, Carole Kouzaris, of Syston, Leics, said: “It’s absolutely horrific.
“James was a lovely lad, popular, good-looking and adventurous.”