Monday, August 11, 2008

Enjoy it while it lasts...


One more week of good traffic.

Then school starts.

And people forget how to drive.


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know when Miami-Dade County outlawed the use of turn signals?

Anonymous said...

Cuando demasiados Azul-Pelos estúpidos que no saben conducir se movieron aquí desde Nueva York.

Rumpole said...

WOW- things must be really really slow in Federal court. Usually I'm the one complaining about lines and traffic.

fake don king said...

I heard Bill Barzee is in training to fight UFC Champ Kimbo Slice on the Plaza of the new courthouse. Can you confirm?

Anonymous said...

Is there any chance that Ed Williams or Fake Ed Williams will post his judicial endorsements?

Anonymous said...

BIG Story Here David...NY Times:

"Mr. Gonzalez’s Miami lawyer, Rene Palomino Jr., disputes the charges and says his client is merely a “kid” who lived with church-going parents before starting work as a government informant. Mr. Palomino said the indictment “represents serious and substantial legal and factual challenges for the government to prove at trial.”

The story begins five years ago in Miami, along the stretch of Route 1 called the South Dixie Highway. Starting in 2003, national retailers with outlets there, including BJ’s Wholesale Club, the Sports Authority, OfficeMax, DSW and Barnes & Noble, began falling victim to “war-drivers” — drive-by hackers who searched for holes in the security of wireless networks.

According to last week’s indictments, those hackers were Mr. Gonzalez and two Miami accomplices, Christopher Scott, 25, and Damon Patrick Toey, 23...."

Anonymous said...

That's a story that you should be covering.