Florida Lives

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Roaches don’t die easy deaths; they can survive nearly anything. Everywhere else I’ve ever lived-New York, San Francisco, a rented cottage in Alaska-they call them roaches. But in Florida, a blend of kudzu and heat, a mixture of North and South, a dangling participle on the United States, they are palmetto bugs.

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