Friday, September 19, 2008

LOST TOURISTS



This was the scene friday morning at San Onofre as the Military police rounded up 31 illegal aliens who had been traveling northward up the beach from tijuana and were actaully of brazillian origin. according to Douglas Harding, a local ranger for the parks department "this is just one more example of the crap we have to deal with at san onofre". These tourists were obviously lost, they will be held at the ins detention center in oceanside until they can be repatriated to brazil.

6 comments:

public trough said...

Ranger Harding made an understatement of the year when he said, "...all the crap we have to put up with at San Onofre...."
Shitt, that's just the tip of the iceberg. That poor place smells just like rotting seaweed buried beneath wet sand.

G.E.D. said...

Capitalize all proper nouns. A proper noun is the specific name of a person, place, or thing. For example: Mr. John Smith Paris, France. The Liberty Bell

Capitalize the first word of a sentence and the first word in a quoted sentence. For example: The computers have been down all day. "Are you picking me up tonight?" she asked. He replied, "Yes, I will be there."

Capitalize the first and last word of a title. Other words within the title should also be capitalized unless they are prepositions or very short words such as a, an, as, or, and the. For example: As the World Turns, In the Still of the Night, The Long and Winding Road

Capitalize the names of days and months. For example: Sunday, Tuesday, February, December.

Capitalize the names of holidays regardless of whether they are religious or secular. For example: Christmas, Memorial Day, Halloween

Capitalize a person's professional title only when used with their name or to address them. Do not capitalize a title if it is being used generically. For example: "Mayor, will you be raising taxes this year?" she asked. We are going to Doctor Smith's office today. I was issued a ticket by Officer Jones. I was issued a ticket by the officer. The governor will be out of the office until Monday.

Capitalize north, south, east, and west only when they label an area or region. Do not capitalize them if they are just being used as directions. For example: His whole family comes from the North. If you planning on traveling out West, be sure to take lots of pictures. I am driving east on I-4Go south on Main Street until you reach the light.

Capitalize words like street, drive, avenue and road only when they are being used with the name of the street. For example: 1st Street, Autumn Drive, Eastshore Lane, Turn down that street.This road leads into town.

Anonymous said...

Aloha, G.E.D. there's an age old phrase, "Don't know shit from Shinola." Can you identify with it?

lets be real said...

Looks like the democrat's are bringing in more welfare cases and illegal's to vote for them.

FUMDUK said...

GET A LIFE G.E.D. YOUR TIME IS WORTH MORE THAN THIS, CORRECTING SOME UNEDUCATED NON-LAWYER HARDLY SEEMS WORTHWHILE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

white trash said...

Funduk, I agree. It is easier to light one little candle than to stumble around in the dark.


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