Today's yesterday's are tomorrow's days before yesterday. Or something.
Well, that didn't take long. The Florida Greyhound Association — which sounds like a rescue but totally isn't — already has its attorneys drafting a lawsuit to invalidate the ban on greyhound racing that the Constitution Revision Commission voted to put on the November ballot. The association plans to claim that inaccurate information was used to influence the decision, and also they like making the kind of money that facilitates the hiring of lobbyists. Lobbyist-level money is the shit, for real.
Cops arrested an Oldsmar serial flasher, surprising everyone who thought nobody in Oldsmar could still have vision acute enough to realize what they were seeing.
The four Democratic candidates for Florida governor squared off in a debate last night, reminding everyone that the party's refusal to field a truly progressive or even halfway exciting candidate for any post is definitely at least a small part of why an unhinged tyrannical manchild is currently the leader of the free world.
And finally, if you were recently in the Lake County area and bored enough to spray-paint a protected gopher tortoise and smear some concrete on it, the authorities would like a word with you. You should also maybe give your crotch six or seven good, hearty whacks with a weighty ball-peen hammer, just to give our species a fighting chance.