PREDICTIONS!

PREDICTIONS!

And a happy New Year The year 2017 is upon us! And with a New Year come our fearless Keys Disease Predictions and Prognostications for that New Year. I checked back with last year’s column and found that I was absolutely correct in my predictions. Well, I didn’t make too many last year. Okay, not […]

Real Septic Slogans

Real Septic Slogans

My top-secret source from the UK (a.k.a. Wayne “Mac” McCormick) somehow finds the time to round up the best and funniest of what the world has to offer. I’ve used some of his material in previous columns; but he has sent me some real funny stuff lately. It’s as if he struck – to quote […]

Not the brightest bulb…

Not the brightest bulb…

Or, one burrito short of a combination plate Alert Keys Disease readers provided some amusing stories for this week’s column. As a rule, I’ve discovered that most of the people who read this column are certainly brighter than the ones who, because of their actions, are featured in it. So if you find yourself reading […]

Religion – yours for the hijacking

Religion – yours for the hijacking

But God told me to do it… Today marks the 14th anniversary of the terror attacks on the United States at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. A group of radical Islamic terrorists hijacked religion and jetliners and killed 3,000 people while transforming the New York City skyline and our nation forever. […]

Water, water everywhere…and you might want a drink after reading this

Water, water everywhere…and you might want a drink after reading this

I’m sure you might have heard that South Florida has been experiencing a pretty rough dry season. Lake Okeechobee levels are falling to dangerous lows, and there is concern about saltwater intrusion into the Biscayne Aquifer that supplies the Keys with drinking water. (Once that happens, we’re doomed.) The Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority (“Taste It, […]

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