Ormond Beach Really, Really Hates Exposed Breasts

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Elizabeth Book, 44, seriously believes in equality of toplessness, male and female, and Ormond Beach seriously doesn't. She won the first round, in 2004, when a state appeals court ruled her top-doffing wasn't lewd. Then she shucked it again in 2005, and Ormond Beach convicted her again, and  yesterday, she won again in a Volusia courtroom. And, like clockwork, the Ormond Beach prosecutor promised to appeal. [Daytona Beach News-Journal]

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Jeez, here's a photo of the inside of Kenneth Yeager's mobile home near Tampa, and it's a good thing he had only 16 cats living with him. Ewwww. [St. Petersburg Times]

More Things To Worry About Today
Bay County school officials are grappling with a proposal to name a new  middle school after the land-donor's subdivision, hence, "Breakfast Point Academy" ("the fighting croissants" was one mascot suggestion) [Panama City News Herald] . . . . . A third-grade teacher in Titusville was charged in a  major marijuana-growing business [WKMG-TV (Orlando)] . . . . . David Carroll, 17, was arrested after a police sting that was set up when cops searched MySpace.com for "marijuana" plus "Punta Gorda" to produce Carroll's page on how into dope he is [Sarasota Herald-Tribune] . . . . . One or more muggers shot a 14-yr-old Jacksonville boy six times and left him for dead, and apparently all they wanted was the kid's gold teeth [WJXT-TV (Jacksonville)] . . . . . The video is out on that car crashing into Altamonte Mall Sunday night [The F State, 12-12-2006] [WKMG-TV (Orlando)] . . . . . In a road rage battle along U.S. 1 in Fort Pierce, Ronny White had the upper hand, first by smacking Keith Ransford with deer antlers he happened to have in his car, and then, when Ransford wouldn't give it a rest, a gunshot [Palm Beach Post] . . . . . The population of Pasco County decreased by one on Wednesday, the apparent result of a guy standing on an electrical transformer as he tried to steal live wire for scrap [WTSP-TV (St. Petersburg)] . . . . . And Merry Christmas to you, too: Thieves broke into a trailer in Dania Beach and stole 500 gifts that Broward sheriff's deputies and firefighters had collected for kids with cancer [South Florida Sun-Sentinel]

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