We begin our day with some Monkey Business that doesn’t involve the Florida Senate and the bedroom antics of two married senators who are not married to each other. No, this is about actual monkeys! YETI dropped an association with the NRA and people fired off. Now, YETI says things are not what they seem.
The SS is alive and well at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School as a pro 2nd Amendment kids was grilled by security and law enforcement officials there. Brevard’s School Board begins the THANK YOU, SIR-MAY I HAVE ANOTHER tour tonight. Melbourne’s City Council will make decisions on the new downtown hotel tonight. I just hope nobody proposes cartoon art on the outside walls!
The Tampa Bay Times Buzz section has a couple of stories agreeing with my stance on the Rick Scott term limit ploy and the poor job done by the Constitution Revision Commission. While Scott’s idea is likely never to happen, sadly, the electorate is notorious for passing amendments to the state constitution without knowing the impact.
THE BATTING ORDER
IN THE BULLPIN