MYSTERY: Dead Frog Circles Appearing In Seven Bridges Delray Beach

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Arrests. Indictments. Lawsuits. Federal Confiscations. Restaurant Strife. And Now, Dead Frogs. God Love Seven Bridges In Delray Beach.

Dead frogs keep appearing, in circles, in Seven Bridges Delray Beach. (Courtesy: Facebook).


DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — In the crisis filled community of Seven Bridges Delray Beach, where there’s more drama than a post-COVID night on Broadway, the latest problem leading to agony and angst is something even those who have seen everything haven’t seen before.

Circles of dead frogs keep appearing at roughly the same place in the community. And ”dead frog” isn’t a euphemism for something else. A dead frog is actually a dead frog. Like a group of little Kermits finding it so difficult to be green in Seven Bridges that they couldn’t take it anymore, staged themselves in a circle, and offed themselves over and over again.

As crude as it is, the Kermit reference is relevant. The homeowners who are posting and complaining about it online, according to those providing the information to BocaNewsNow.com, are doing so on a Facebook group that is using a Mr. Rogers character as its logo. The logo suggests that Seven Bridges is really “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” and the Board members are the characters that are friends with Daniel Tiger. (Daniel Tiger started as a part of Mr. Rogers’ live PBS show, then became a standalone cartoon. PBS was the original home to Sesame Street, where Kermit often appeared).

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A group of apparently immature homeowners in Seven Bridges used the ”Daniel Tiger” logo for their Facebook group in an effort to mock the Seven Bridges Board of Directors.

Ironically, as we keep with our TV theme, the Board of Directors — being mocked by those posting to Facebook — are the very people who would need to release the resources to dedicate CSI:Seven Bridges to investigate the dead frogs, run their DNA through COTUS, and ultimately send the Frog Perp to Cell Block 7B. Not for nothing, Cell Block 7B is the name given to the federal prison where two Seven Bridges residents currently reside — and where a third may be heading shortly — for committing various types of federal fraud.

There is no indication from where the dead frogs came. Some are concerned that it’s a Hannibal Lechter in training, trying to send a message that he lives in Seven Bridges and is just waiting. Watching. Salivating. Focused on certain colors of Teslas and golf carts. Others, proving that NIMBY (not in my back yard) is alive and well, pondered, ”why does it have to be in the same spot?” That suggests that dead frogs are okay, just so long as they are placed throughout the community and not in the same place over and over again.

Some readers, contacting BocaNewsNow.com Saturday afternoon, suggested that the dead frogs are actually a protest directed at the Board of Directors with whom many are unhappy for raising a minimum spend at the community’s private restaurant in an effort to keep it in business while prices skyrocket for food and help. We note that no one, however, could connect the dots as to how a circle of dead frogs has anything to do with the minimum spend in a restaurant where frog legs are not on the menu.

We also note the latest example of Seven Bridges Intellectualism. We are told that many of those objecting to the increased spend are also apparently opposed to an effort to pay for increased security in a community where many homes have appreciated by more than $1M in a matter of months. Security that would perhaps prevent ongoing burglaries, Tesla thefts, vandalism, and now dead frogs from appearing in the same place over and over again.

Read all of our Seven Bridges Delray Beach coverage here.



Paul Saperstein


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