She tried to secure grants from the con man for months.

This story is a bit hard to believe, for everyone except Principal Jan McGee of Volusia County, Florida.
McGee was the principal at a charter school in Volusia County for many years, but a recent discovery about a decision she made stunned the school board and prompted a call for her resignation. During a meeting on Tuesday night, McGee admitted to sending a check to a man who was posing as Elon Musk. She said she fell for a scam where the man not only claimed to be the billioanire entrepenuer, but also sent him a check from the school’s account for $100,000 to secure a future multi-million dollar payment to the school.
Let’s back-step for a minute. McGee is not the sort of person who typically makes bad decisions. She’s been in charge of Burns Science and Technology School in Oak Hill, Florida since its debut in 2011. The school is very highly rated, with over 1,000 students and a A-rating. There’s been a waiting list for years. The scam started when McGee says she began talking to a man several months ago who claimed to be Elon Musk. After many discussions about securing funds for her school, she says the man offered her an opportunity to invest some seed money that would return to her many times over. It sounded like a worthwhile investment of the school’s cash, so she took him up on the offer. That’s when things went south.
When the charter school’s business manager learned of the incident, he reacted quickly and canceled the check before it was cashed. Once the scam went public, other school board members called a meeting about it and met last night. Several members mentioned that they heard about the conversations with “Elon Musk” and said it was probably a scam. When they voiced their opinions, they say there doubts were met with hostility. During the meeting, several other board members said they coulkd no longer work for McGee because of the incident. That’s when McGee announced her resignation from her post and immediately left the building. Source:

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Eagles 2023 Hotel California Tour Setlist

The Hotel California Tour stops at Amalie Arena tomorrow night (March 28, 2023). On this tour the Eagles are playing every track on “Hotel California.” Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit, Vince Gill will also play loads of other Eagles hits as well as a few of the band members’ solo material. An orchestra will join in for many of the Eagles classics. From the tour stops so far, here’s the likely list of songs and the order you’ll hear them.

  • Hotel California

    Don’t be late getting to your seat!

  • New Kid in Town

    The first single from Hotel California.

  • Life in the Fast Lane

    Glenn Frey once said the title was inspired when he told his drug dealer to slow down on the highway.  “It’s life in the fast lane” was the dealer’s reply.

  • Wasted Time

    A song inspired by the sounds coming out of Philadelphia at the time.

  • Victim of Love

    Said to be the song that broke up the Eagles.

  • Pretty Maids All in a Row

    Bob Dylan called it one of the best songs ever.

  • Try and Love Again

    One of those lost songs from Side 2 written by Randy Mesner.

  • The Last Resort

    A song recorded here in Florida.  Black Sabbath was recording next door and they were loud so this one had to be re-recorded a few times.

  • Seven Bridges Road

    An ode to a county road in Alabama.

  • Take It Easy

    Here come the Greatest Hits! This was the band’s first single in 1972. Jackson Browne has writing credits on this one with Glenn Frey.


  • Peaceful Easy Feeling

    Vince Gill performed it at the Grand Ole Opry as a tribute to Glen Frey after his passing, but Deacon Frey sings this one in concert.

  • One of These Nights

    One of those classics that shows off the band’s harmonies.

  • Take It to the Limit

    The last Eagles single with Bernie Leadon before he was replaced by Joe Walsh.

  • Witchy Woman

    Written when Don Henley was living in an old house that had a “haunting quality.”

  • In the City

    One of those rare songs that radio played even though it was never officially released as a single by the band.

  • I Can't Tell You Why

    Timothy Schmit says the song was based loosely on his own experiences.

  • Tequila Sunrise

    Named after a popular cocktail at the time. Cheers.

  • Lyin' Eyes

    This one scored the band a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo, Group or Chorus.

  • Life's Been Good

    Life as a rock star baby!

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  • The Boys of Summer

    Don Henley gets to do his own solo hit. One of the most iconic videos when MTV played videos in the 80s.

  • Funk #49

    A James Gang cover.

  • Heartache Tonight

    Bob Seger had a hand in writing this one.

  • Rocky Mountain Way

    After the encore, Joe Walsh gets to get the party restarted with a killer air guitar classic.

  • Desperado

    Another one the band never really officially released as a single, but it’s a staple.

  • Already Gone

    This one’s been a must in the setlist since the 70s.

  • Best of My Love

    A mellow finish to the night!

Bad Real Estate Risks In The Bay

Sean Roberts was conceived in the Corvette Assembly Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky by two passionate, panel aligning, third shifters who had grown bored with the same ole same ole. Upon birth, he was placed in the trunk of a new Stingray and sent off to find his destiny. That destiny included several stints on radio stations across the United States. Some played punk country gospel, while others focused on Croatian death metal played backwards. After many years and many adventures, Sean wound up on The Shark, where he does shots of tequila while playing the most badass tunes ever created by humankind. He remains humble, however, never forgetting about the lean years...the street corners and dark alleys where he played songs on his car stereo for food and sex. He's on top and he's never gonna stop LIVING THE DREAM!