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Dear Plebes: Happy New Year!!



It's been an eventful 2013, and I'm grateful to all the contributors, tipsters and readers who have made this fun and -- on rare occasion -- entertaining.

Despite all the difficulties, we're fortunate to do what we do and be where we are.  Try not to shoot each other this evening (it is Florida after all) and let's focus on making 2014 our most productive, successful, and gratifying year yet.

Happy New Year!

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  1. Enjoy your new year SFL and thanks for brightening our day!

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  2. Have a safe new year.At Spencer's World, we recommend locking yourself in a safe room starting at 6pm and not coming out until sunrise. This will assure you a safe new year. In Miami bullets fall from the sky, drunk drivers careen into families out for a stroll, disgruntled mailmen open fire with automatic rifles that republicans make sure they can buy at a moment's notice.

    All in All it's a wonderful time of year.

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  3. Same to you SFL. Be safe and thanks for the great blog.

    Happy New Year to all you other bitches!!!!

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  4. Hey you over there, with the good attitude, back at you!

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  5. Sorry GW, you weren't meant to be included as one of the "bitches." Happy new year to you and yours. Be safe everyone, it's dangerous out there.

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  6. Sorry, meant to say "Let's roll. Hey, let's be careful out there." Michael Conrad from Hill Street Blues.

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  7. Happy New Year, all.

    -GB

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  8. Happy New Year SFL, wishing you all the best for 2014.

    Get ready to catch this kiss........ MUUUUAH!!

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  9. I didn't think you were talking to me 4:31, and besides I consider the word "bitch" a term of endearment!

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  10. Has anyone heard the true story of why Judge Schwartz "retired."?

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  11. Wish you happy and prosperous new year ahead.

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  12. Nice post. Thank you for sharing. Happy new year to all.

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  13. . In Miami bullets fall from the sky, drunk drivers careen into families out for a stroll, disgruntled mailmen open fire

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