November 19, 2002

Two Things I Know Now That ...

Two Things I Know Now That I Didn't Four Days Ago: 1) If you're camping on a California State beach, no lifeguard or other law enforcement official can enter your tent if it's zipped up. It's basically like a house -- they need a search warrant if the door's closed. But God help you if you're hitting off the bong with the front-flap open.... 2) At CalTech in Pasadena, people have learned that one of the most effective ways to post a flier is to tape it onto the ground, because so many of the terrible math geeks walk around staring at their shoes. Sharing the knowledge, etc.

Posted by at November 19, 2002 12:53 AM
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Whatever, hippie!

Posted by: Ken Layne at November 19, 2002 01:06 AM

Not a huge issue in California I bet, but the Minnesota Supreme Court recently decided in a similar fashion regarding DNR officers at ice fishing houses. Coincidentally, the case did not involve fish and game violations but rather (you guessed it) marijuana.

Posted by: Chad Brown at November 19, 2002 09:31 AM

um...were these two discoveries somehow related?

Posted by: jersey guy at November 19, 2002 12:24 PM

Hmmm,brings back memories of camping at San Onofre and stuffing 6 surfers, a Dr Grabow and an O Z in a two man tent for a fun filled night of shot gunning.
The peppermint schapps was just for that extra jolt.

Posted by: David D at November 19, 2002 11:42 PM
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