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A Day in the Life
of Bill Ricco’s Ocean Club to Sandals Conversion (2016)
Turning Our Home Into An Investment.
When the Shit Hit the Fan
Make no mistake, if you can stand it, what you are about to see represents the EVERYDAY ROUTINE of Life on Fort Lauderdale’s most luxurious Galt Ocean Mile.
Welcome to The Ocean Club, an oceanfront condominium building, “Proudly” Managed by The Castle Group, for Bill Ricco and his (clip) Board of Governors, Committees, Decorators, Activity Directors, and whoever else he’s allowed into the Ocean Club’s Inner Circle, where the Ocean Club’s rules are made.
Dave Gounis, The Castle Group’s second Ocean Club manager, lays down the New Ocean Club Law, ELEGANTLY. Vendors, Contractors, and Business always “Trumps” the needs of any one, Year-Round Resident, who, afterall, is little more than a nuisance standing between the greed-filled, gluttonous eyes of The Castle Group Court. Especially King & Queen Donnelly, Criminals On The Throne.
The View from #308 includes a daily, 15-minute, Waste Management, smash and crash, metal dumpster solo … pure ugly to the ears.
With Trump came a Higher Class of Evangelical Christian, Republican strippers and porn stars, following in illegal immigrant Melania’s Eastern European, gold-digging footsteps.
“A New Verizon”
When arguing to put an end to the incessant noise inflicted upon The Ocean Club, under Castle Group and Bill Ricco control, renders the building uninhabitable for me, a 20-year resident, who both lives and works in my East Coast Florida Home.
Living For The City
Fort Lauderdale has sent it’s landscaping crew out the The Galt as early as 7:30 AM Sunday. A less than pleasant way to start the traditional Day Of Rest … and Football.
Assaulted, Surveilled, and Threatened Again, and Again, and Again … and after, ordered to stop taking pictures and called a pervert by McDonald’s Hispanic female regional director.
Reasonable is in the Ear of the Beholder
In the Afternoon
Sanford & Son Also Blows
Throughout every day, the Summit’s maintenance crew does their own salvage yard business of their own, and that includes the use of a personal leaf blower, to blow sand from their dumpster-furnished lounge.
Fly A Kite
A rare, quiet moment allowing a father to enjoy a short time with his daughter on the beach.
Rainy Afternoon Practice
Before their weekend performance, the U.S. Navy Blue Angels practice their routines throughout the week, even this Thursday, as the weather grew threatening
Spotless Karate Mom
The Tractor Comes Early
The Trash Goes Out Before Dawn
Luxury On the Horizon
Another Shitty Day In Paradise