Florida's quote of the day
"He poured salt on his food and lived around vats of chemicals all of his life."
Paul J. Good died Sunday at 102, the same age when his dad died.
The son of a studio photographer, Good co-founded the Dynacolor film company after laying railroad tracks during the Great Depression.
"He poured salt on his food and lived around vats of chemicals all of his life," said his daughter Margaret Summers. "It has to be good genes. … And my kids are mortified because I'm going to be around a long time, too."
Read more at the Orlando Sentinel.