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After a reported warning from her boss, Pamela Kane's profanity-laced tirades, often played out on the sidewalk in front of her Flamingo Park bungalow, have reportedly ceased.

"She's a nice enough neighbor," a nearby resident said, "when she's not drinking."

Elizabeth Kane, originally from the Cape Verde islands, has worked as a youth counselor with the Broward Sheriff's Office for the past 18 months. Pamela Kane is a government employee as well — an attorney for Broward County. Once Jim has cleared the marital decks, Tailpipe has a sweet young Starbucks barista he wants to introduce him to.

— As told to Edmund Newton

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