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A self-described "Coldwell Banker Couple" have started a website called Miamism.com. The purpose of the web site is unclear, but it appears to focus on things like Mediterranean revival and vague diatribes on the housing market. I don't want to be mean here, but the site's content would lead you to believe that their bedroom life involves a lot of kinky talk about high-rises, granite counter-tops, and mortgages.

As a matter of fact, I'm left to wonder whether Rick and Ines exist at all. I'd have to do some more research, but I have a sinking fear that they were created by a condo board as a part of some kind of twisted eugenics prospectus package. In any case, just looking at the thing made me feel like there were ants in my brain. --Calvin Godfrey

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