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Gas mask, last gasp, Gordon lead South Florida sports talk

1. DOLPHINS Fins are talk of NFL Draft with gamble on Laremy Tunsil: I think it's the unpredictability of sports that we love the most. For example: The Dolphins first-round pick being pictured on draft night inhaling marijuana smoke from a bong ... Miami Herald, 3 weeks ago

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What to do if your auctioneer gets drunk

What could be worse than planning an outdoor gala in Florida with its unpredictable afternoon rains, swarming mosquitos and humidity heavy enough to melt coifs in seconds? Our auctioneer is drunk, my assistant said. Our live auction was just about ...
 Plan your meetings4 weeks ago

Campaign Wrap: Barrage of Polls Backs Up Quinnipiac Numbers

Pollsters are feeling the heat amid this unpredictable election season. After releasing a poll on May 10 that showed Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump running neck-and-neck in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, Quinnipiac University pollsters sent out ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland12 hours ago
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Unpredictable: Voter stereotypes may not work with Clinton, Trump

Beth Zipperer would seem to be an obvious Hillary Clinton supporter a woman who worked her way up in her field, a mother, a Democrat. And yet… She's not genuine, Zipperer, a resident of Parrish, Florida, said of the presumptive Democratic ...
 Miami Herald3 days ago Trump, Clinton's unpopularity paves way for VP that matters  WCVB.com2 days ago How Hillary Clinton Will Fight Donald Trump's Unpredictability  Fortune1 week ago Hillary Clinton denounces Donald Trump for his plans to deport immigrants  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago
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Deadly Brain Disease Is Driving Swamp Birds Insane

It's not easy to make a living as a bird of prey, especially if youre a Florida snail kite . Once at risk of starvation due to declines in its favored prey, the endangered bird is now facing a terrifying threat: a deadly disease that drives birds ...
 National Geographic5 days ago
Washington Post

Fearing Trump, some Democrats push Sanders to exit

Facing the unpredictable candidacy of Republican Donald Trump, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is preparing to dispatch resources to vote-rich industrial states that have been safely Democratic for a generation. The less "pivoting" and ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago Will white working class vote Democratic in traditionally blue states? Clinton is not so sure.  Washington Post1 week ago To fend off Trump, Clinton moves to defend Rust Belt blue states  MSN News US1 week ago

Jason Days baffling 18-shot improvement

Day gets into record territory at the Players (1:59) Former Florida Gator basketball player Patric Young jumps in on world No. 1 Jason Day's interview and explains how the Aussie tied the course record at TPC Sawgrass. (1:59) 8:57 PM GMT ...
 ESPN.co.uk1 week ago

Warren Buffett 1998 Talk at University of Florida - John Huber

I spent some time traveling in the car last week. Whenever I am driving by myself, I always listen to something—usually related to business or investing. I keep a long list of videos of interviews or talks that I can pick from whenever I am in the ...
 Klse I3investor.com2 weeks ago Warren Buffett 998 Talk at University of Florida  Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago
BBC

What will Clinton v Trump look like?

States like Florida will be incredibly challenging. Nevada, Colorado and Virginia are all swing states that will be tough to put in play. There's also the question of money. Mr Trump is rich, but he's not so wealthy as to self-fund the near ...
 BBC2 weeks ago Lobbying groups descend on battleground states  MSN News US1 week ago

Buccaneers make bold play by taking kicker Roberto Aguayo in the second round

11:54 PM ET TAMPA, Fla. -- In a surprise move, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded up in the second round to take Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo at No. 59 overall. It cost them their third-round pick (No. 74) and one of their fourth-round ...
 ESPN.com3 weeks ago
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