News and notes from around the interweb:
- Last year a US border officer detained two American women for speaking Spanish at a Montana convenience store. The border patrol has settled the ensuing lawsuit.
- Top 14 things the CDC requires cruise ships do on test sailings ‘give everyone Covid-19’ is not on the list.
- This week.
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- Where did that monolith go?
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— Southwest Airlines (@SouthwestAir) November 29, 2020
- Deep thoughts.
Sure sex is great, but have you ever had your suitcase arrive first on a baggage carousel?
— Stansaid Airport (@StansaidAirport) November 28, 2020
- Ok, so he’s in full MOPP gear. But he takes out his phone to shoot a photo. Doesn’t he realize he’s contaminating his phone?
Sorry man, but that is not MOPP gear, it’s a pilot’s helmet
That was a joke/exaggeration
Mountains in Spanish are called….
Hint: the state this moron racially profiled people and cost taxpayers dinero.
What you describe as MOPP gear, is not MOPP gear.
Not MOPP gear. Not AERPS. No sane person puts that stuff on for fun.