Veterans Day Thank You

Veterans Day Thank You

Thank a United States Veteran

Every day, but especially on this Veteran’s Day, we take the time to thank veterans for their service to the United States.  It is because of their sacrifice that citizens like you and me enjoy the freedoms we experience daily.

Thank you, United States Veterans,  for your service!

The History of Veterans Day

The History of Veterans DayVeterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance, and Nov. 11 became a national holiday beginning in 1938. Unlike Memorial Day, Veterans Day pays tribute to all American veterans—living or dead—but especially gives thanks to living veterans who served their country honorably during war or peacetime.

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Friday the 13th History

Friday the 13th History

 

reprinted from History.com

The History of Friday the 13th

Long considered a harbinger of bad luck, Friday the 13th has inspired a late 19th-century secret society, an early 20th-century novel, and a horror film franchise.   Additionally, it has inspired not one, but two unwieldy terms—paraskavedekatriaphobia and friggatriskaidekaphobia—that describe fear of this supposedly unlucky day.

Just like walking under a ladder, crossing paths with a black cat or breaking a mirror, many people hold fast to the belief that Friday the 13th brings bad luck. Though it’s uncertain exactly when this particular tradition began, negative superstitions have swirled around the number 13 for centuries.

While Western cultures have historically associated the number 12 with completeness (there are 12 days of Christmas, 12 months and zodiac signs, 12 labors of Hercules, 12 gods of Olympus and 12 tribes of Israel, just to name a few examples), its successor 13 has a long history as a sign of bad luck.

The ancient Code of Hammurabi, for example, reportedly omitted a 13th law from its list of legal rules. Though this was probably a clerical error, superstitious people sometimes point to this as proof of 13’s longstanding negative associations.

Fear of the number 13 has even earned a psychological term: triskaidekaphobia.

According to biblical tradition, 13 guests attended the Last Supper, held on Maundy Thursday, including Jesus and his 12 apostles (one of whom, Judas, betrayed him). The next day, of course, was Good Friday, the day of Jesus’ crucifixion.

The seating arrangement at the Last Supper is believed to have given rise to a longstanding Christian superstition that having 13 guests at a table was a bad omen—specifically, that it was courting death.

Though Friday’s negative associations are weaker, some have suggested they also have roots in Christian tradition: Just as Jesus was crucified on a Friday, Friday was also said to be the day Eve gave Adam the fateful apple from the Tree of Knowledge, as well as the day Cain killed his brother, Abel.

An important milestone in the history of the Friday the 13th legend in particular (not just the number 13) occurred in 1907, with the publication of the novel Friday, the Thirteenth written by Thomas William Lawson.

The book told the story of a New York City stockbroker who plays on superstitions about the date to create chaos on Wall Street, and make a killing on the market.

The horror movie Friday the 13th, released in 1980, introduced the world to a hockey mask-wearing killer named Jason, and is perhaps the best-known example of the famous superstition in pop culture history. The movie spawned multiple sequels, as well as comic books, novellas, video games, related merchandise and countless terrifying Halloween costumes.

In more recent times, a number of traumatic events have occurred on Friday the 13th, including the German bombing of Buckingham Palace (September 1940); the murder of Kitty Genovese in Queens, New York (March 1964); a cyclone that killed more than 300,000 people in Bangladesh (November 1970); the disappearance of a Chilean Air Force plane in the Andes (October 1972); the death of rapper Tupac Shakur (September 1996) and the crash of the Costa Concordia cruise ship off the coast of Italy, which killed 30 people (January 2012).

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Celebrate Labor Day

Celebrate Labor Day

Labor Day History

Reprinted from Forbes

So why do we celebrate Labor Day?  Happy Labor Day, for those of you in the United States of America!  While having a day off of work to celebrate the end of summer is always a treat, you might be surprised at the real reasons we celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday of September each year.  The Industrial Revolution was at its height in the late 1800s. According to History.com, during this time, “the average American worked 12-hour days and seven-day weeks in order to eke out a basic living.” And even though many states prohibited it, children as young as five or six were often forced to worked in mills, factories and mines.

Because of the long hours, unsafe and unsanitary working conditions, and poor treatment by management, labor unions organized and workers began holding strikes and protest rallies.

Over time, more and more states created the Labor Day holiday. Then, on June 28, 1894, Congress passed an act making the first Monday of September a legal holiday, dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers.

Celebrate Labor Day

So as you relax on your day off today (possibly with a cold beer in your hands), don’t forget to take a moment of silence to thank the hardworking men and women from the late 1800s for their efforts to create the much-improved working conditions we now enjoy.

~ Lisa Quastauthor of award-winning book, YOUR CAREER, YOUR WAY!.  Join me on Twitter @careerwomaninc

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The Traffic Ticket Office assists you in finding simple and affordable solutions keep you driving. Our traffic attorneys have helped thousands of clients protect themselves from both the financial and practical burdens traffic tickets can cause. Allow us to represent you. Have an experienced Miami traffic ticket lawyer fight on your behalf.

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Miami Solar Eclipse

Miami Solar Eclipse

 

Miami Solar Eclipse

August 21, 2017 — Great American Eclipse (Total Solar Eclipse)

A Few Reasons Why This Eclipse is Significant

1. 1st Total Solar Eclipse in 38 Years…

…for those in contiguous United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii). The last time anyone in mainland US saw a total eclipse of the Sun was on February 26, 1979. If you live in the US and miss this event, you’ll have to wait 7 more years, until April 8, 2024, to see a total solar eclipse from a location in the contiguous United States.

2. Most North Americans Will Be Able To See Totality…

…if they are willing to drive that is. The total eclipse will only be visible along the Moon’s central shadow, which at its widest will be about 115 kilometers (71.5 miles), according to some sources. Its path will span from the country’s West Coast to the East Coast. The rest of North America, as well as Central America and northern parts of South America, will experience a partial solar eclipse. NASA has estimated that a majority of the American population lives less than a 2-day drive away from the path of totality.

3. A Once-In-A-Lifetime Event

While total solar eclipses are not rare—they occur twice every 3 years on average and can be seen from some part of the Earth—a total eclipse of the Sun that can be seen from the American West Coast to the American East Coast occurs less frequently. In fact, the last time a total solar eclipse was visible from coast to coast was almost 100 years ago, on June 8, 1918!

What makes this eclipse extra special is that it is the first time since the total solar eclipse of January 11, 1880 that a total solar eclipse will occur exclusively over the continental United States—no other country will see totality, though many countries will see a partial eclipse of the Sun.

Because of these reasons, the eclipse is also being called the Great American Eclipse.

4. Parts of 14 American States Will Go Dark…

…for the 2 minutes of totality. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse in Newport, Oregon will be the first location on continental US soil to see totality. The partial phase of the eclipse will begin here at 9:04 am local time. Lincoln City, Oregon will also be one of the first locations in the country to experience totality.

Oregonians will also be the first to see totality as the Moon’s shadow moves east at an average speed of about 3600 km/h (2237 mph). After Oregon, the eclipse will move through Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, and South Carolina. Montana and Iowa are the only states where the path of totality will pass through unpopulated areas. People in Charleston, South Carolina will be some of the last people in the US to see totality.

Nashville, Tennessee is one of the few large cities in the United States to fall completely within the eclipse’s path of totality. Interestingly, only some parts of Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri will be able to see a total solar eclipse.

5. Totality Will Be Spectacular

Totality in a solar eclipse begins and ends with a diamond ring.

If you are lucky enough to be in the path of totality, you are in for an astronomical treat, weather permitting, of course. When the eclipse begins, at 1st contact, it will appear as if the Moon is taking a bite out of the Sun. As the eclipse progresses, the sky will get darker, the temperature will drop, and if you pay attention, animals and birds will become quieter.

At 2nd contact, which is when totality begins, Baily’s Beads become visible. As the Moon completely covers the Sun’s surface, the diamond ring can be seen. You might also see pink spots called prominences near the diamond. These spots are caused by gases on the Sun’s surface.

Totality is the only time when one can see the corona, the Sun’s atmosphere. At 3rd contact, Baily’s Beads will once again become visible and a second diamond ring may appear.

6. Stars During the Daytime

As the sky turns dark, planets and stars hidden in the sky by the Sun’s bright light will reappear. Look for Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, and Venus during totality.

7. You Will Need Eye Protection

Do not look directly at the Sun, before, during or after the eclipse without any protective eyewear.

Looking at the Sun with your naked eyes is highly dangerous and can even cause blindness. The safest way to see a solar eclipse is to wear protective eclipse glasses or use a pinhole projector you can easily make yourself.

Did You Know? This is the First Total Solar Eclipse in USA Since 1979
This is the first total eclipse of the Sun visible from the contiguous United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) since February 26, 1979. The last time a total eclipse was visible from coast to coast was on June 8, 1918.
Eclipse calculations usually accurate to a few seconds.

Next Total Solar Eclipse will be on Jul 2, 2019.

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The Traffic Ticket Office helps you resolve your traffic ticket issues.  We have over 25 years experience. We handle cases dealing with all sorts of Miami traffic violations. From speeding tickets, red light violations, DUI’s, suspended licenses, we can help you.

The Traffic Ticket Office assists you in finding simple and affordable solutions keep you driving. Our traffic attorneys have helped thousands of clients protect themselves from both the financial and practical burdens traffic tickets can cause. Allow us to represent you. Have an experienced Miami traffic ticket lawyer fight on your behalf.

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Back to School Traffic Issues

Back to School Traffic Issues

Back to School Traffic Issues

As summer school break begins to wind down, everyone is slowly readjusting to reality. With that, comes more traffic. No You’re probably already running to get school supplies.  In this,  you’re finding new shortcuts to work and potentially, to your kids’ school.  It’s time to remind you of various back to school traffic issues.

Here are a few reminders as the back-to-school season quickly approaches:

Above all, don’t forget to share the road with pedestrians. This is very important since most schools have drop off and pick up procedures that may cause children to walk on the road to get to their cars. Additionally, pay attention to schools buses and leave enough room for them to be able to make frequent stops and let children off at any given moment. Finally, be alert and follow the posted speed limit signs.  The Traffic Ticket Office cannot stress enough how many traffic violations there are during the school year from drivers exceeding the school zone speed limit because they did not leave themselves enough time to get to work. Leave a little earlier to give yourself a grace period given there may be numerous school zones in your area.

Why Call the Traffic Ticket Office?

The Traffic Ticket Office helps you resolve your traffic ticket issues. Would you attempt to represent yourself in court? We have over 25 years experience. We handle cases dealing with all sorts of Miami traffic violations. From speeding tickets, red light violations, DUI’s, suspended licenses, we can help you. We are even successful helping habitual offenders keep their licenses. Because of this, we know how to best represent your particular situation. As a result, we will clear your driver’s license.

The Traffic Ticket Office assists you in finding simple and affordable solutions keep you driving. We also help you maintain a clean driving record. Our traffic attorneys have helped thousands of clients protect themselves from both the financial and practical burdens traffic tickets can cause. Allow us to represent you. Have an experienced Miami traffic ticket lawyer fight on your behalf.

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Distracted driving in Miami

Distracted driving in Miami

Distracted Driving in Miami

Miami has become a haven for distracted driving.  Indeed, distracted driving in Miami is rampant.  Moreover, “Florida drivers are among the most dangerous menaces on the road. They ranking second-worst in the nation for being distracted while behind the wheel,” according to the Miami Herald.  Read about it here.

“One way to prevent distracted driving is to pressure [you] to stop using the phone.   Additionally,  you may download the free AT&T DriveMode app to break the texting habit.   “The app encourages safe driving and improved driving skills by scoring drivers on phone use, speeding, risky acceleration, hard braking and hard turns.”

Like many drivers today, you probably believe you can text and still maintain control of your car.  If you think this, you are wrong. “Each day in the U.S., eight people are killed and 1,161 are injured in crashes that involve a distracted driver, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

Just like the billboards and famed AT&T campaign advocate, “It Can Wait.”  Your life and that of another’s is much more precious than checking your text messages.

Why Call the Traffic Ticket Office?

Did you get a traffic ticket while driving because you were distracted? The Traffic Ticket Office helps you resolve your traffic ticket issues. We have over 25 years experience. We handle cases dealing with all sorts of Miami traffic violations. From speeding tickets, red light violations, DUI’s, suspended licenses, we can help you. We are even successful helping habitual offenders keep their licenses. Because of this, we know how to best represent your particular situation. As a result, we will clear your driver’s license.

The Traffic Ticket Office assists you in finding simple and affordable solutions keep you driving. Our traffic attorneys have helped thousands of clients protect themselves from both the financial and practical burdens traffic tickets can cause. Allow us to represent you. Have an experienced Miami traffic ticket lawyer fight on your behalf.

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Miami traffic tickets

Miami traffic tickets

Top Traffic Ticket Issued in Miami: A Speeding Violation

Ever questioned what the most popular traffic violation is in Miami?  If you guessed speeding, you are correct. Speeding violations are the most issued type of Miami traffic tickets. More often than not, speeding violations are issued more than other types of traffic violations.

Try to be mindful of your speed especially in residential and school zone areas. Police patrol certain areas which have the tendency to have a good amount of traffic.

Other Types of Miami Traffic Tickets

Red light tickets are also exponentially growing. The best way to avoid a red light traffic violation is to pay closer attention to the traffic lights. If you happen to slow down, and still go through a yellow light, chances are  you’ll be receiving a Miami red light violation.

Finally, in Miami we have many highways and expressways.  Naturally, you use them to get from point A to point B.  The most common violation on the road is when you commit an unsafe lane change. Upon receiving your driver’s license, you had to learn the basics of the functions in a car.  Among the most popular you use as a driver is the turn signal. Yes, while it may be for a moment, use your turn signal.  Because the turn signal is used for prevention, it will keep you from having an accident along with unsafe lane changing by weaving in and out of lanes.   Do this and you’re just asking for trouble, particularly if you’re also speeding compared to the other cars on the road.

Why Call the Traffic Ticket Office?

The Traffic Ticket Office helps you resolve your traffic ticket issues. We have over 25 years experience. We handle cases dealing with all sorts of Miami traffic violations. From speeding tickets, red light violations, DUI’s, suspended licenses, we can help you. We are even successful helping habitual offenders keep their licenses. Because of this, we know how to best represent your particular situation. As a result, we will clear your driver’s license.

The Traffic Ticket Office assists you in finding simple and affordable solutions keep you driving. Our traffic attorneys have helped thousands of clients protect themselves from both the financial and practical burdens traffic tickets can cause. Allow us to represent you. Have an experienced Miami traffic ticket lawyer fight on your behalf.

Call 305-LAW-FIRM (305-529-3476) today for your free consultation.

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5 de Mayo DUI

5 de Mayo DUI

5 de Mayo DUI

Drunk driving claims hundreds of lives each year.  In 2014, in Florida alone, there were 31,783 arrests for driving under the influence, 797 deaths associated to DUI’s, 27% of all traffic accidents.  DUI’s represent one of the leading causes of motor vehicle deaths every year.  Is a 5 de Mayo DUI worth it?

Make it easy on yourself this 5 de Mayo and designate a driver, call an Uber, taxi, friend or relative.  Is that extra Margarita, Corona or Tequila really worth it?

 

Traffic Ticket Office – Your Solution for Miami Traffic Tickets

The Traffic Ticket Office helps you resolve your traffic ticket issues. Would you attempt to represent yourself in court? We have over 25 years experience. We handle cases dealing with all sorts of Miami traffic tickets. From speeding tickets, red light violations, DUI’s, suspended licenses, we can help you. We are even successful helping habitual offenders keep their licenses. Because of this, we know how to best represent your particular situation. As a result, we will clear your driver’s license.

Miami’s Traffic Ticket Office, also known as the Ticket Clinic on 103rd street, has a team of the most reliable Miami traffic ticket attorneys. Our office staff is also ready to assist you in defending you against your Miami speeding ticket.

Remember, on most civil infractions, we guarantee no points on your driving record or your money back. Furthermore, we will represent you in court. Because of this, you don’t even have to be present.

Call the Traffic Ticket Office Today

The Traffic Ticket Office assists you in finding simple and affordable solutions to help you stay on the road. Additionally, we help you maintain a clean driving record. Our Miami traffic ticket attorneys have helped thousands of clients just like you. We protect you from both the financial and practical burdens Miami traffic tickets cause. Allow us to represent you. Have an experienced lawyer fight your Miami traffic ticket. This will reduce the potential of having many frustrations and hassles.

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Miami Traffic Tickets

Miami Traffic Tickets

 

From NPR

If you’re one of the many who text, read email or view Facebook on your phone while driving, be warned: Police in your community may soon have a tool for catching you red-handed.

The new “textalyzer” technology is modeled after the Breathalyzer, and would determine if you had been using your phone illegally on the road.

Lawmakers in New York and other cities and states are considering allowing police to use the device to crack into phones. Because they say too many get away with texting and driving, causing crashes.

“Phone records — as I found out the hard way — they’re tough to get [and] it’s an agonizing process,” says Ben Lieberman of New Castle, N.Y., whose 19-year-old son was killed in a car crash in the Hudson Valley, north of New York City, in 2011.

The driver initially told police he dozed off while driving, but in reality he had been texting behind the wheel. It took Lieberman six months to figure that out.

“Astonishingly, the phone was in the car, wrecked in the car, and it was at a tow yard,” he says. “It was there for weeks — it was just sitting there.”

Lieberman filed a civil lawsuit to subpoena the phone records.  These showed the driver had been texting before the crash. But even getting the phone records won’t tell you much, he says. “It doesn’t detect any of the important distractions, like email, social media or Web browsing.”

Lieberman — along with the advocacy group he co-founded — has been working with a company called Cellebrite to develop a “textalyzer.” It would be able to determine whether a driver illegally was using a phone in the moments before a crash.

But some privacy advocates and civil libertarians are wary.

“Distracted driving is a serious concern.  But this bill gives police power to take and search our phones after almost every fender-bender,” says Rashida Richardson, legislative counsel for the New York Civil Liberties Union. “This is a concern because our phones have some of our most personal and private information. So we’re certain that if this law is enforced as it is proposed, it will not only violate people’s privacy rights, but also civil liberties.”

Traffic fatalities nationwide are on the rise, with close to 40,000 across the country last year, an increase of 6 percent.

“The textalyzer is going to be a game-changer when it comes to handheld devices and potentially even in-vehicle systems,” Hersman says. “It will be the Breathalyzer of our electronics.”

In New York, the bill authorizing police to use the textalyzer has passed out of one committee and is pending in another. Lawmakers are interested in the device in New Jersey and Tennessee, and in Chicago and other cities, too, as they consider ways to get drivers to focus on the road instead of their phones.

Traffic Ticket Office – Your Solution for Miami Traffic Tickets

The Traffic Ticket Office helps you resolve your traffic ticket issues. Would you attempt to represent yourself in court? We have over 25 years experience. We handle cases dealing with all sorts of Miami traffic violations. From speeding tickets, red light violations, DUI’s, suspended licenses, we can help you. We are even successful helping habitual offenders keep their licenses. Because of this, we know how to best represent your particular situation. As a result, we will clear your driver’s license.

Miami’s Traffic Ticket Office, also known as the Ticket Clinic on 103rd street, has a team of the most reliable Miami traffic ticket attorneys.  Our office staff is also ready to assist you in defending you against your Miami speeding ticket.

Remember, on most civil infractions, we guarantee no points on your driving record or your money back. Furthermore, we will represent you in court. Because of this, you don’t even have to be present.

Call the Traffic Ticket Office Today

The Traffic Ticket Office assists you in finding simple and affordable solutions to help you stay on the road. Additionally, we help you maintain a clean driving record. Our Miami traffic ticket attorneys have helped thousands of clients just like you. We protect you from both the financial and practical burdens Miami traffic tickets cause. Allow us to represent you. Have an experienced lawyer fight your Miami traffic ticket. This will reduce the potential of having many frustrations and hassles.

Call 305-LAW-FIRM (305-529-3476) or contact us here for immediate help with your Miami speeding tickets and other Miami traffic violations.

Remember, STOP! Don’t Pay That Ticket! And very importantly, DON’T TEXT AND DRIVE! It may save your life and another’s.

 

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Wrong Way Driving

Wrong Way Driving

 

Wrong Way Driving – More thank just a traffic ticket violation

Believe it or not, wrong way driving actually happens quite a bit in Florida.  While it may sound ridiculous to you, it happens more often than you think.  The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles has suggestions on the best ways to #stayrightatnight.   Avoid #wrongwaydriving. As a result, have a look at this link.  Why?  Because it could save your life.

Why Call the Traffic Ticket Office?

The Traffic Ticket Office helps you resolve your traffic ticket issues. Would you attempt to represent yourself in court? We have over 25 years experience. We handle cases dealing with all sorts of Miami traffic violations. From speeding tickets, red light violations, DUI’s, suspended licenses, we can help you. We are even successful helping habitual offenders keep their licenses. Because of this, we know how to best represent your particular situation. As a result, we will clear your driver’s license.

Miami’s Traffic Ticket Office, also known as the Ticket Clinic on 103rd street, has a team of the most reliable Miami traffic ticket attorneys and office staff ready to assist you in defending you against your Miami speeding ticket.

Remember, on most civil infractions, we guarantee no points on your driving record or your money back. Furthermore, we will represent you in court. Because of this, you don’t even have to be present.

Call the Traffic Ticket Office Today

The Traffic Ticket Office assists you in finding simple and affordable solutions to help you stay on the road. Additionally, we help you maintain a clean driving record. Our Miami traffic ticket attorneys have helped thousands of clients just like you. We protect you from both the financial and practical burdens Miami traffic tickets cause. Allow us to represent you. Have an experienced lawyer fight your Miami traffic ticket. This will reduce the potential of having many frustrations and hassles.

Call 305-LAW-FIRM (305-529-3476) or contact us here for immediate help with your Miami speeding tickets and other Miami traffic violations.

Remember, STOP! Don’t Pay That Ticket! And very importantly, DON’T TEXT AND DRIVE! It may save your life and another’s.

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