“I hereby promise I will not dabble in Exxon while working for President Trump”
To Prieve: prieve (third-person singular simple present prieves, present participle prieving, simple past and past participle prieved) (obsolete or Scotland) To prove.
Spooky, scary, nightmares in The Sunshine State?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, so it is called the Sunshine State, there’s the orange juice, fabulous beaches, warm water, miles of white sand, 1300 golf courses and all that postcard stuff.
But the day-to-day reality- the ugly underbelly- is never disclosed in a brochure or a blog. Believe me.
Let me tell you – top five things no one warns you about in South Florida
Upon arrival, you will frequently hear the words fraud, fraudulent, rip-off, scams, and swindles, scam-artists, illegals, and references to all shades of mafia, everywhere you go. You will realize the words fraud and Florida are often times linked together.
People in your yoga class, your church group, your book club, and he checkout people at Publix will all mention the words fraud, rip-offs and stings and scams with great frequency. Angies’s List and Craigslist are not to be trusted. The checkout clerk at Ross may…
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Then, there is the unexpected shock of walking near a lake, lagoon, or a pond only to see a “sleeping” gator sunning herself…ready to strike when a pair of white legs walk by.
If ever there was a time to exercise caution – it is near one of those bodies of water which look so appealling for a quick swim.
Who know what lurks beneath those dark and murky waters? Best Advice? Skip the temptation.
Safe for another week.