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Say Hi to Barnaby "Very Poor Example " Min!!

Min offered what he prefaced as a “very poor example” to illustrate the legal issue with allowing pot shops.
“If the city of Miami for some infinite, god-forbidden reason thought having sex with a child was a great way to recover from some issue and so we wrote that into our city code, just because the city says that’s legal doesn’t mean it’s legal,” he said.

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Good lord Min you're a good egg but I'd rather get homespun, backporch wisdom like that from my other favorite Barnaby:


  1. The legal position is cravenly and insupportable.

  2. Barnaby is a good guy, and great to work with or against.

  3. I agree, if you know him, you know he doesn't view the two the same. You would also know what a tremendous job he has done for the city.

    s\Not Barnaby's Mom

  4. Barnaby is a 100% class act and anyone who thinks he is not has never dealt with him and is probably so intellectually dishonest that he or she thinks that Rick Scott has a great way with words.

    I am Barnaby's mommy, by the way, and if there's anyone who knows what the little bastard is made of, it's I.


  5. Barnaby's Mom would never make the grammar mistake you did, she is way too smart. But I agree, Barnaby is the stuff.

    1. What grammar mistake, you cad?


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