Thursday, January 11, 2018


I'd rather take a direct hit from a frozen iguana than an excretion (infected or not) from a monkey.

From the Key West Citizen.

A crime fun fact...

Did you know that before it was outlawed in 1937, hemp was used to make sail canvas?

Did you know that the word "canvas" is derived from the word "cannabis"?

Not surprisingly, Key West had a thriving hemp farming industry.  

And of course, William R. Hackley was ALL OVER that.

Especially before he "called on all the ladies."

From the Key West Citizen.

Friday, January 5, 2018


Until the life-flight helicopter(s) are back in service--NO MEDICAL EMERGENCIES ALLOWED.

Key West Citizen reports:

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Who is buying re-cycled bicycle shrimp?

Kudos to the couple - they were able to make money on selling shrimp on FB after purchasing the shrimp from a random guy on a bicycle who probably bought his shrimp from a random guy on a skateboard.

I believe that I have discovered ground zero for the Norovirus.

Key West Citizen reports:

Monday, January 1, 2018

William Hackley makes a horrible decision

Every day in the Key West Citizen, we get the diary posts of William Hackley--a practicing attorney who lived in Key West  from 1829- 1855.

Here is today's post:

 So, $4 in 1855 is the equivalent to $100 in today's money. Even though he's getting three injection fittings for one price, it's just not worth it.

Let's hope he doesn't mix-up the attachments.