I was going to vote for you, Marco, but now I think I’ll just write in my pet gator’s name, FRED, instead!
 August 13, 2016 at 9:14pm
Why is he grabbing the other guy’s nose?…..Or is he just 2 faced?
 August 10, 2016 at 12:30pm
Hi Wold! My father was 9 in 1929 too. I’m not too old as my father was in WW2 and was 12 years older than my mother. But, I remember him telling how there was still a lot to be had during the great depression, and everything was cheap. For instance, you could buy an entire crate load of bananas for just 39 cents…….just nobody had 39 cents.
August 8, 2016 at 6:46pm
The Bible says there is a day coming when NO MAN can work: a global computer “outage” would stop people from working.
 August 3, 2016 at 10:12pm
Go to PROPHECYHEADLINES.COM and see the “nice” couple that Biden just married at his house!
 July 3, 2016 at 8:36pm
Ok, here’s a lesson on the term. (I used the wording “the term” to keep from being filtered). Anyway, the term was high-jacked by a subgroup of people who wanted to denigrate another group of people only in recent years. However, the term is not racist!!!! Native Floridians have been called that for a 100 years because Florida used to be basically an empty state with woods and orange groves. We used to have herds of cattle that the Florida Cowboys herded every where within the state because there were no fence laws until the late 1940′s. (no I’m not that old). It was like the Bundy Ranch. You could hear the sounds of whips snapping, echoing throughout all of Florida. However, it is true that most all of the pioneers (my family included) were of European descent, especially Russian. Therefore, since the term seemed to apply only to white people, a sub-group stole the state moniker to denigrate white people. But, anyone, if they are a native Floridian, can use the moniker. But, when you refer to the term as a racist term, you give credence to the misused terminology. To native Floridians, this term is one of endearment that we are proud to be called. Don’t believe me? Look up the history of Florida by Gary Mormino. Or, go to the Tampa Tribune to the History and Heritage page. You can see that the term is the state’s moniker…….don’t give the sub-group’s redefinition of it any credence! That’s why this site, or any other, shouldn’t filter this term out.
 March 4, 2016 at 8:08pm
He looks ghoulish!
 March 4, 2016 at 2:47pm
Blame the media…they’re the ones that keep asking the question or bringing it “up.”
Personally, I do blame the media. Well, and Marco for peeking.
 March 4, 2016 at 1:56pm
I’m a landlord, and they certainly could have done way worse damage!!!! But, who would give their tenants free reign with the lease…….only deal in hard copies.
 February 25, 2016 at 4:26pm
I think she misspelled HELL!
 October 30, 2015 at 2:03pm
OH, and by the way…..Cracker is NOT a racist term!!!! Read up on Florida history via Tampa Tribune. Florida used to be like the Bundy ranch with free-roaming catttle. And, Florida was basically an empty wilderness before Mr. Ears came here. So, you could hear the cracking of the Florida Cowboys’ whips over the herds of cattle all over the state. Thus, native Floridians became known as Florida Crackers, which to us is a term of endearment! But, later a certain subgroup high-jacked the name to use as a racist term because the original settlers of Florida were European and mostly Russian. So, the ones who stole our term of endearment should be “tarred and feathered!” (oops)
@Conkuur….Hey I think you finally explained it to me as to why THEY can NEVER walk on a sidewalk!!!! Cause that always bugs the “tar” out of me!!! Thanks! :)
 October 23, 2015 at 10:04pm
The dead ones that is!
 October 23, 2015 at 9:04pm
I was born in Homestead, lived there until I was 2 on Homestead AFB when Hurricane Donna came through south Florida. Even though I was young, I can remember the roof shaking. After Hurricane Andrew hit Homestead, we drove down months later to look and it looked like a war zone. My brother in law who lived in Okeechobee, being truck driver, was called down to help. He reported to us what you didn’t hear in the news about how all the “unidentified migrant workers” were hauled away in trucks.
 September 18, 2015 at 2:21pm
 September 17, 2015 at 10:15pm
Seriously, people, pray for me. I had “some” move right next door to me. There’s one of them thar “masks” just down the street, as well. And, the little town right right next to the river has almost been taken over. There are squiggly written signs in front of plazas popping up all over the place. And, a “don’t-care” office next to the river.
September 17, 2015 at 3:48pm
She must be a transplant, however!
 September 17, 2015 at 3:47pm
@Andreallbadeggs! Native Floridians have been called “Crackers” for over a hundred years, which we LOVE……it is a term of endearment. It started from the Florida Cowboys who herded cattle all across the state of Florida until the mid 1940′s. It was like the Bundy Ranch because there were no fence laws. Florida was almost desolate (until “Mr Ears” came here) and you could hear the cracking of the whips echoing throughout the woods. The term Cracker was later high jacked to use for a certain demograph by those of another demograph. But, a true Cracker is native born in Florida! It’s true, though, that some could be deemed “crazy.” :)