Discussion in 'New York/US' started by editor, Jan 30, 2012.
We're gonna need a bigger facepalm:
that'll learn them
Album title of course,
eta oh shit i might go there one day now i'll get banged up
you're sourcing the fail for threads
Well, it's more interesting than what you're posting up here.
thanks for that, might just fuck off to brighter fields if that's your attitude you sad twat.
Apologies if I offended you, but you did seem to have gone out of your way to have a rather pointless dig, while ignoring the actual story.
Having that framed in my living room would almost be worth a return flight
read this yesterday, how daft are the US?
Fucking daft, that's how daft.
I'm going to send my mind to go and fiddle with Obamas underpants on his next public speach. Come get me American goverment, you fucktards.
Sorry to be a pedant but why is Leigh Van Bryan being referred to as a "British tourist"?
The Mail runs on a different time zone. GMT -100 years
i'm going to create twitter profiles in the names of people traveling to america and post all sorts of mad shit
What does "referred for being a match to a one day look out" mean?
probably just what it sounds like. They put out an announcement at a particular airport(s) to "look out" for this person on the day his flight was scheduled, and finally he was spotted and reported to customs.
anyway, major facepalm moment. I'm sorry we're so dumb
I assumed it read that they had prior reason to suspect him enough to do a thorough (or just google) search on him (and hence the tweet came up)
similarly, apologies for my rathe industrial language in response.
I'm so glad I'm never going to suffer this.
Do they google everyone coming to the USA? All sounds a bit ...
It's a minor blip in an otherwise flawless international reputation...
Wonder how many Irish people tweet they are headed over 'for the crack'?
But it's a different spelling innit? (Craic)
Yeah I know. But how many people (young people especially) spell correctly in textspeak? Actually it is far more likely to be british people (who would often use the incorrect spelling) who are most likely to get pulled.
It's most probably an urban myth but I do recall a story from around 20 years back about a group of partyseeking lads out in the big apple asking people in bars "Where's the craic, so?" and ending up getting arrested...
Is it bollocks. the Irish have been up to no good since records began.
Considering half of Amerians claim to have Irish ancestry, unbelieveable that they'd never heard the word craic
The words deemed as being sensitive by the DHS include:
Human to animal
I think everyone on Twatter should use one of the above in every single tweet and keep that lost busy for a while
Yeah, I wondered about that one as well
and illegal immigrant? Better hope all those Daily Mail readers don't use Twitter
eta? Drill - maybe a dummy run for something?
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