I have not had time to comment very extensively on this subject of late.
I had started but have not completed my own blog post focused on the consummate salesmanship skills of Miscavige – selling what is good for Miscavige to many smarter, more savvy people than the marks who run the City of Clearwater (e.g.
Travel time from across the bay was cut due to the Gandy Bridge's opening in 1924, helping St.
Petersburg increase in tourist numbers and helped grow it into the largest city in Pinellas County.
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