Watching the news the other night from FL, I got to see a good example
of modern big govt in action. They showed code enforcement issuing
tickets, not sure now if it was Miami or Wynwood, for illegal water
on people's properties to combat Zika. They showed two tickets
being given. One was
a construction site where a cement truck was delivering cement.
There was water dripping from the back of the truck and some water
runnoff in the street from the site. Busted!
Next ticket was to someone renting an apartment where a window AC
unit on the second floor was dripping water onto the street.
WTF are you supposed to do about that? I can see going after
people that have a kiddie pool full of green water, or old tires
laying around, but a window AC? I've never seen mosquitos breeding
in water like that on a hot sidewalk. A construction site where you're
pouring cement, using some water and have some brief runoff?
IDK what you all think, but I think FL is screwed. They keep
trying to claim that it;s just Wynwood, it's very limited, being
contained, but then a mosquito flew across the causeway into
Miami. Wow, who would think that would happen? Then they keep
showing that map of Wynwood, with most of it still having Zika,
but a small section being now declared Zika fee. IDK how one
area can be clear, yet a block away it's not. And if it was
possible to contain this, eradicate it, why after a month of
bombarding Wynwood, a small area, with everything they have,
does 90% of it still have Zika? Now they have a case in Tampa,
one in Palm Beach, that are unexplained. Sounds to me like
they are in big trouble and Micky better get ready to shutdown