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Florida Stand Up For Fantasy Sports

Currently, the Florida state legislature is considering a bill that would protect your right to play fantasy sports here in Florida. But in order for this bill to pass, your legislators need to hear from you.

Please use our simple online tool to email your state representatives and tell them you support Senator Joe Negron and Representative Matt Gaetz’s proposed legislation to keep fantasy sports legal for the three million Floridians who play them.

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Will There Be Another Triple Crown Winner?


For the third time in four years, Belmont Park will play host to a Triple Crown hopeful when American Pharoah attempts to add the 147th running of the Grade 1, $1.5 million Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 6, the final and most demanding leg of the series, to his victories in the Kentucky Derby and in the rain-drenched Preakness.

It will mark the 14th time since Affirmed swept all three races in 1978 that a horse has had a chance to join the 11 Triple Crown champions; none have succeeded. Three of those attempts have been by American Pharoah’s Hall of Fame trainer, Bob Baffert, who won the first two legs in 1997 with Silver Charm; 1998 with Real Quiet and 2002 with War Emblem. Two previous attempts were also made by jockey Victor Espinoza, who rode California Chrome to a fourth-place finish in 2014, and was also aboard War Emblem. Will There Be Another Triple Crown Winner?



Team Negdog will be searching for Confederate Gold & Artifacts around FL Steinahatchee , the exact location is a secret but the lore and facts that lead us up there are fascinating to say the least…PIRATE TREASURE?

Negdog knows someone whom he declined to name, may be closing in on a treasure that—according to local lore—was buried in the area some 200 years ago by Jean LaFitte.

LaFitte roamed the Gulf of Mexico in the early 19th century as a smuggler and privateer, though he reportedly described himself an entrepreneur and defender of American freedom.

The spot near Fowler’s Bluff, about 15 miles (24 kilometers) upriver from where the Suwannee meets the Gulf, was a likely hangout for LaFitte and such notorious colleagues as Jose Gaspar, Billy “Bowlegs” Rogers, and Black Caesar (see map of the Suwannee River). We will let you know how it goes….Meanwhile Obozo says our Southern Border is the securists its ever been!

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