In Honor of Earth Day, LEGOLAND Florida Becomes the Nation's First Theme Park to be Completely Powered by Renewable Energy

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In Honor of Earth Day, LEGOLAND Florida Becomes the Nation's First Theme Park to be Completely Powered by Renewable Energy
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The 150-acre theme park teamed up with Tampa Electric to go off the electric grid for the entire day – an eco-friendly action that's equivalent to removing three cars from the road for one year or planting six acres of trees. After Earth Day, LEGOLAND Florida will use renewable energy to permanently power the Imagination Zone, a section of the park that showcases seven of the most visually impressive LEGO models in the world.

Idiot of the Day: Florida Man Stopped for DUI, Says He Was Trying to "Drive it Off"

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Idiot of the Day: Florida Man Stopped for DUI, Says He Was Trying to "Drive it Off"
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Michael Moore was arrested last month after speeding late after midnight. Moore was given a breathalyzer test and registered blood alcohol content readings of 0.104 and 0.103. The legal limit in Florida is 0.08.

The arrest affidavit states, "He also told me that his wife told him that he (had) been drinking too much so he decided to go out and 'drive it off.'"

This Can't Be Good of the Day: Herpes-infected monkeys terrorize Florida

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This Can't Be Good of the Day: Herpes-infected monkeys terrorize Florida
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In today's news from the "oh my god we're all going to die" department, hoards of rhesus macaque monkeys carrying the Herpes are on the loose in Florida, according to the state's wildlife officials. First discovered in 1932, Herpes-B is one of the few known non-human varieties widely considered to be a deadly health threat to humans, with more than two dozen deaths linked to infections and the majority population of the 700 primates captured in the past decade having tested positive for the virus.