What does that got to do with me? I’ve never seen the video and you didn’t do anybody any good by describing it on this site.
You keep talking about being shut out from other sites on Facebook, Twitter Etc. Why don’t you just start your own site on Facebook. Then you can discuss all you want. No one is stopping you. And nobody is forcing me to listen. Ain’t America grand!What Teresa is doing here is new. She has a firm pro CU stand with passion and dedication. Yet there is an open forum for discussion. She doesn’t like the title of this string, she thinks it’s harmful. I think it’s spot on, and am just as convinced if it’s correctness as she is opposed to it. She has complete control to delete it, but has let it play out. THIS DOESN'T HAPPEN ON ANY OTHER SITE CONTROLLED BY CU SUPPORTERS. Hundreds of Beachfront property owners are blocked from the major Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts used for pro CU messaging. The admins of THOSE sites must be afraid of intelligent conversation. Are they afraid of facts being exposed about property law? Who knows. Yet here, we have what could be a flashpoint but for a community leader who wishes to allow adult conversation. That video is hideous. Thank you for supporting its immediate removal. Auburn’s post to me is very factual, exactly the way I read it. To CU supporters, it’s hogwash. Yet, Teresa allows the discussion to continue, hoping for civilized discourse. How refreshing and new.
I got mixed up, Jodi. I thought that last comment came from Auburn Fan. Fairly rude for him/her to start this crap.It has nothing to do with you. I was merely assuring Auburn Fan that the video HE/SHE described isnt on any of the FBFA accounts that I get updates from. The description given by that person if FAR WORSE than anything ever posted by anyone on this site or any other site that I have seen FBFA on.
Ask the Sheriff, because his SOP required/ demanded all these signs. And that was the reason and the beginning of the signs. Read the WCSO SOP, signs were not an issue until the Sheriff demanded them and more.
There is a FL statute for posting private property not in a residential area before Walton BBC unconstitutional beach ordiance. But it amazes me at the ignorance and misinformation people post. Does not give much them much credibility.What I find amusing is that none of the signs they put up are within the requirements set forth by the statute they quote. That statute is very clear about it but I guess those signs with the 2" bright "international orange" letters are even too ugly for them.