Hello, and welcome to yesterday's news.
The coyotes have joined the raccoons and the otters in the war against humanity. First they came for the cats, and you said nothing, because something in cats' cool aloofness makes you ponder your own shortcomings in the confidence department. That's not the cats' fault, Jeremy. (Seriously, though, be vigilant, southern Pinellas County. Daylight sightings in populated areas are up.)
Man, Pasco County schools just can't catch a break. Yesterday we wrote about the parents of a kid who took a knee during the Pledge of Allegiance pursuing legal action, and now another family is suing the School Board, saying some older kids were showing their 11-year-old special needs student porn for months on a school-issued iPad during a recess period. At least back in the day when older kids were introducing younger kids to pornography by hiding their rain-wrinkled magazines in hollow trees in the woods, they weren't on school grounds using school resources. It really was a simpler time.
And finally, Disney is up to something just south of the Magic Kingdom. Disney is always up to something, you say? Yes. That's true. Never mind. Go have a day.