Well I don't pay attention to the first ones.And tons of homosexuals and Cubans.
Miami is basically a different country than the rest of Florida. You can't really count it.Well I don't pay attention to the first ones.
Usually around here the most loved places from the US are: New York, Miami and Las Vegas. I mean, those are the places that everybody wants to go and from reading some posts those are the not-so-liked states from Americans.
There really aren't that many hipsters there. You'll see a few scattered around, and a handful in the art district, but overall not that many.Miami its weird as fuck, because certain things are ghetto as fucks, but then you have these raging homosexuals called 'hipsters' that think its cute and artsy. That being said though. I love the view from where I am.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2015/01/02/same-sex-marriage-florida/21205261/Some clerks ax nuptials so they won't have to marry gays
ACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Clerks in at least five Florida counties say they'll end courthouse weddings for everyone so they won't have to marry same-sex couples starting next week.
They'll still be forced to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, thanks to U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle's ruling on New Year's Day. His Thursday ruling clarifies that all 67 Florida court clerks should begin issuing the licenses starting Tuesday, when a stay expires on Hinkle's original decision invalidating the state's ban on same-sex marriage expires.
"I believe marriage is between a man and a woman," Ronnie Fussell, Duval County clerk of courts, told The (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union. "Personally it would go against my beliefs to perform a ceremony that is other than that."
So Fussell, who goes to a Southern Baptist church, and clerks in Baker, Clay, Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties say they'll stop marrying both opposite- and same-sex couples.
Staffers in Duval County married their final couple Friday — at least until lawmakers or the courts decide to compel clerks offices to offer weddings for all couples. Other counties will stop at the end of the day Monday before the new rules go into effect.
"In the courthouse, there was a room specifically for these ceremonies that taxpayers paid for, and now no one is going to get the benefit of that," said Jacksonville lawyer Belkis Plata of Plata Schott Attorneys & Counselors at Law.
“I believe marriage is between a man and a woman. Personally it would go against my beliefs to perform a ceremony that is other than that.”
Until now, the Duval County Clerk of Courts Office offered couples the option of a $30 ceremony right after they qualified for their $93.50 marriage license. Florida residents have a three-day waiting period for a marriage license unless they pass a premarital preparation class from a registered provider, and Duval County knocks more than $30 off the fee if they certify that they've had the course. (At least one online provider is touting its course as a way to avoid delays in obtaining a license.)
More than 3 in 5 Florida voters approved a state constitutional amendment in 2008 that prohibited same-sex marriage. But a series of rulings from judges in the state has found the ban to be a violation of the U.S. Constitution's 14th Amendment guarantees of equal treatment and due process.
State Attorney General Pam Bondi has appealed of Hinkle's ruling, but the U.S. Supreme Court has refused to issue a stay while the lawsuit plays out.
Without a county court clerk to serve as an officiant, couples in the affected counties will have to find an ordained minister, judicial officer or notary public to marry them, according to Florida state law.
Good. They don't need jobs, then. Save some tax $.Florida comes up with interesting idea!
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Sorta like coca leaves, except for mussies.Sounds like it's quite a bit stronger than genuine khat/qat. You've got to chew a huge bunch of leaves for ages to get a buzz from that stuff. Men in Yemen walk around with a huge ball of leaves in their cheek, like lop-sided squirrels.
Oh don't worry, there will be a lot of folks in clinical trials, you can be sure of that. They'll have the doses right for British tourists in Thailand and American college kids by the end of the week.Should have been more clearer. Takes the active ingredient and effects of khat and amplifies it exponentially. Potent in small doses and so new that no one really has a handle on it. Latest Chinese synthesized cathinone