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Below are the 17 most recent journal entries recorded in Brevard County Florida - 30+'s LiveJournal:

Monday, April 2nd, 2007
3:36 pm
Junk Yard in area?
Is there a place like a junkyard in the area where I can buy used stuff, anything basically . I'm looking for a door and not too many thrift shops carry them.


X-posted to brevardcc, brevardpeeps, floridatech, melboring, next_stop_space
Wednesday, September 20th, 2006
7:36 pm
2001 Audi A4 1.8 T Quattro

*Vin # WAUDC68D21A025980
*78,500 miles
*Alloy Wheels
*Bose Sound System
*Leather Interior
*Power Sun Roof
*Runs Great
*8 Airbags
*All Wheel Drive
*Kelly Blue Book Value $11,830
*Asking $10,995

Call Rebecca @ (941) 586-9422

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Friday, August 11th, 2006
9:32 am
Anyone know of any decent jobs available in Brevard? I'm administrative assistant and I'm looking to relocate there. I already have a place to stay but I'm not going until I can land a job. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.

Sunday, December 11th, 2005
8:36 pm
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Hello all. My name is Michelle and new to this community. I currently live in Michigan and have all my life. I am tired of the winter in Michigan where it is too cold, there is snow, and it is quite miserable. I have never been a cold weather person but just always lived here because I grew up here and never thought of seriously moving until now. The thought of warm weather year round and being near the ocean makes me very happy indeed. My husband and I and our three cats are thinking of moving to the Melbourne area as soon as I get my Bachelor's degree in Spring 2007. I am planning on applying to the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, in the Psy.D. Clinical Psychology program.

I have joined this community to get a feel for the area and to get to know some people on LJ for when I move there.

Any advice you have to offer about apartments, houses to rent, places to go, not to go, etc. about the Melbourne area, I would love to hear.
Friday, September 2nd, 2005
10:43 am
Wednesday, October 27th, 2004
8:59 am
Protect Marriage Rally Counterdemonstration - 10/30/2004
WHAT: Protect Marriage Rally Counterdemonstration

A Palm Bay Church, aided by www.protectmarriagerally.com, has
organized an rally opposing same sex marriage and civil unions. A
group of civil liberty advocates will gather to peacefully show
support for the Space Coast LGBT community. Read the Protect Marriage
Rally organization's stated purpose at the bottom of this press release.

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Monday, October 18th, 2004
4:26 pm
Help me! I'm looking for Jamie Zimmerman, or John Benjamin Zimmerman (J.B. Zimmerman).

Cross posted to over 50 communities.

If you know either of these people, please leave me a comment or e-mail me at Gealach_Annir@hotmail.com

It's urgent!
Friday, August 27th, 2004
10:39 am
MIFF 2004
The Melbourne Independent Film Festival is coming up soon - Sept 9 - 16.

Here's a link to the schedule:


I think this is an awesome event that happens in Melbourne!
Thursday, August 26th, 2004
2:17 am
I'm new to the area & community - looking around - Love IT! Just wanted to say hello.
Saturday, June 5th, 2004
5:40 pm
Um, hello? :-)
Wednesday, April 21st, 2004
1:36 am
Moving soon

My family and I are hoping to move up your neck of the woods sometime the next few months...my hubby already is working up in Melbourne most of the week and baby and I stay local in Ft Lauderdale.

Just wanted to say hi.
Friday, March 26th, 2004
12:10 am
(untitled entry)
I've been spending time writing out a storyboard and script for an independent and low budget movie to be shot in Brevard County, Florida

Thrown out there for your reading is this.

The movie is set some decades from now. Our society has become entirely conservative nearly to the point of repressive. Some things have gotten out of hand such as alcohol being limited to 2 percent, extreme taxes and fees on things such as gasoline, coffee, cigarettes, etc, etc. Gasoline itself is relatively cheap at 9.37 a gallon. :) Most bars, coffeehouses, resturaunts, etc, have shut down due to unrealistly high costs and fees and what is out there to consume is regarded as little more than flavored water or scented sawdust. Most public performances are outlawed or highly restricted. Strip clubs are illegal. Ownership of any diesel vehicle and anything with larger than the smallest 4 cylinder gasoline motor is not only illegal but likely not to happen as a great (misguided) "cleanup" resulted in the outright scrapping and recycling of nearly everything with larger than said 4 cylinder.
Some time prior to the present day of this movie, a catastrophic launch pad failure not only ended the space program but rendered a large area of land of Florida's east coast virtually deserted of people and somewhat technologicly useless due to the EMP effect from the accident.

Two women simply wanted to sit back and have a drink and enjoy the afternoon with their friends. They had never known what a buzz was, and so they were determined to find out and share their drink with their friends. So began the story and the premise of the movie.

The movie follows these two women from a bizzare poker game to meeting up with friends at an illegal 'stripeasy' nightclub, later at an illegal outdoor concert which degenerates into a bizzare political rally to elect a man who promises to freedom for all, to the eventual meeting with an old burned-out hippie who runs his own still and stays perpetually buzzed just to function. He knows that helping these two women will get everyone into a world of trouble and does so anyway. Our heroines have taken it upon themselves to bring back 10 gallons of the old hippie's moonshine to their friends and to help ply some possible votes for a candidate for the State Senate who promised freedom and they wind up helping the old hippie who gets discovered and in trouble by the corrupt Revenuers looking to tax him not only for his high grade brew but also for the ancient and illegal 8-cylinder ex-police car-turned-taxi which he has quietly hidden away all those years and he has let the women take as a means to get the brew back home quickly and in quantity. The old burnout has tinkered the car to burn grain alcohol.

There are a number of scenes.
A poker game amongst friends at a secluded area near a railroad overpass.
Travelling down a dirt road by bicycle.
The 'strip-easy' night club.
A small coffeehouse in a dying downtown.
The backyard councert/political rally, with a band playing on the roof of an old motorhome to a crowd of starved locals
The prelude to, and the trip to, the old burnt-out hippie.
The ride back from no-mans land
A chase by the corrupt revenue agents who decend upon the hippie's place
A race to save the old hippie from the revenuers and the equally ancient prop-driven plans sent to bomb his land
The women's return to their friends with the old man and gallons on brew.
and.. the finale.. a party at the scene of the rally/concert with flowing drinks, loud music, dancing locals and happy people.


Thoughts? Interest? Etc?

- Sam
Saturday, February 7th, 2004
12:18 am
I must apologize for the horrid spelling and grammar in my last post... I'm a tad tipsy, at the moment.
*laughs at herself*
12:04 am
Greets =)
Hey all. I'm really glad that you started this community - as, I, was also finding it difficult to relate to the younger crowd. I'm 26. Recently moved to Ardmore, Oklahoma. However, Brevard was my home town for 11 years (15-26 years of age). It's nice to have a community exist like this one so that I can keep on what's going on in my hometown.

Current Mood: pleased
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2004
11:03 am
Florida Today's "About Me" section for women
Curious as to if anyone else has had a chance to read Florida Today's new "About Me" section published in Monday's paper? It's section specifically geared towards women, and apparently, I as a woman... am supposed to identify with the section.

However, I'm finding myself not identifying with hardly any of the content choosen for the first issue - mainly geared at starting families, juggling raising kids and pursuing careers and "catching Mr. Right".

Curious to see how others feel about it... or if I'm just *really* out there.
Sunday, February 1st, 2004
5:10 pm
Native Floridian currently living a few minutes from county jail.

Feel free to bother/pester/say howdy to me.

Tuesday, January 27th, 2004
9:53 am
Welcome to the Brevard County Florida 30 Plus Community. This is my attempt to find other folks closer to my age in this area. I've been members of other local communities, but find I don't have much in common with the younger folks who post in those groups. And I certainly don't want to dominate their community with stuff they don't find relevant either. So... a new community is born.

So, if you're not in high school or just starting college (ie, you're over 25ish) and live in the area - I invite you to pull up a chair and relax a bit.

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