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    • Slug

        So now we come to the final installment of this very, very occasional news column, which hasn't seen print since November 2008, right after the election
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    • TOLD YOU SO

        Regarding the venues: I told you so. It brings no joy to say it, but there it is ...
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    • SLUG

        Point: All is won. Counterpoint: No it isn't
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    • BUST TOWN

        If you read the Orlando Sentinel Sunday, Aug. 26, you know that the condo market is dead. If you're sentient, you already knew it was dead, but the Sentinel is nothing if not oblivious and slow ...
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    • MUCH WORSE THAN SPIN

        We are about to spend $1.8 billion on downtown venues — don't forget the interest — and you didn't get a say in any of it. More to the point, it's likely you didn't even know very much about the deal ...
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    • TOLD YOU SO, PART 2

        At the risk of sounding petulant, we told you so. We told you so, we told you so, we told you so. Nah nah nah nah nah, nah...
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    • FAUX POPULISM

        How do you sell an unpopular idea? Simple. Gin up interest in it and hope it gains momentum...
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    • IT'S NO SECRET

        In our last episode about the woes of the Transportation Security Administration at Orlando International Airport, aka the people who keep crazy bastards from making a bomb out of hair spray and Tab on your flight to Poughkeepsie, we discovered...
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    • BLEW IT AGAIN

        The more I think about this Mark Foley deal, the more angry I get...
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    • WHY THE OIA SCREENERS HATE THEIR JOBS

        In the last few months I've spent a lot of time talking with a lot of men and women employed by the Transportation Security Administration....
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    • SCREW THE POOR

        After whining about John Kerry's loss, I took a few months off. It was a time for introspection, a t...
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    • ALL IS LOST / NO IT ISN'T

        OK, so I'm officially over it. I've just read the 500th version of the same "Why we lost" or "Why th...
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    • BOGUS OUTRAGE

        If you repeat a rumor enough times, people assume it's true. That's what's happening now, with alleg...
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    • Pearlman's jihad

        I could almost hear Lou Pearlman chortling — actually, I imagine it to be more like wheezing &...
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    • THE BIG TY-KUHN

        In a few months, Orlando Weekly will vacate the West Jefferson Street office we've called home for t...
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    • REAGAN AIN'T GOD

        And so it begins. With Ronald Reagan's body barely cold, the quest for beatification has begun, prop...
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    • DYER'S BEST SHOT?

        Two weeks ago, I broke the story that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement was pursuing an inve...
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    • Is Bush crazy?

        Saturday, May 1, marks the one-year anniversary of George W. Bush's landing on an aircraft carrier, ...
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    • SLUG 1, LYNUM 0

        Far be it from me to come off arrogant, but a Slug does have to pat itself on the back every now and...
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    • This deal is a tURD

        When we last left the debacle of Pepperhill Park `Problems in Pepperhill Park, March 25`, a city sel...
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    • Task force failure

        "I've never seen a more flawed process," says Bill Segal, real-estate developer and member of the ma...
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    • Down with non-partisanship

        There's no such thing as a Republican pothole. That one sentence describes the argument for nonparti...
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    • Kerry the Nerd

        It pains me to say this, inasmuch as I'd give damn near anything to see George Bush shipped back to ...
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