June 02, 2019

I Don't Think That's How Geography Works

This headline is not one I would have expected....

The first large group of 116 migrants from AFRICA are caught on video wading across the Rio Grande to illegally enter the U.S.

...'cause I was under the impression that the place on the other side of the Rio Grande was not Africa. Due to my apparent geographical retardation, I was under the impression that if one crossed the Rio Grande from this direction (and I'm on the East Coast) one would be standing in Old Mexico, New Mexico, or Colorado.

None of those places are Africa.

A group of illegals from Angola, Cameroon and Congo waded across the Rio Grande River and into the United States, video from Customs and Border Protection shows.

 Angola, Cameroon and Congo ARE in Africa!

So we border...Africa?
Good grief. If I could be wrong about this...maybe that girl was right and Mt. Fuji IS in Canada.

And if THAT's wrong, WHERE'S CANADA!?

And Alaska! I thought Alaska was not part of Canada! I suck!

Oh. So Where's Indonesia, Papua and Timor Leste?

Oh forget it.

I obviously can't geography.

Pixy. The next time you take the ferry over to Mt. Fuji, can you pick up one of those Miia Dakimakuras?  (asking for a friend)

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1 Sorry.  The Broome-Halifax ferry is closed the season, so I'd have to take the detour via Tierra del Fuego, and they have dakimakura restrictions.  (Nothing over 10lbs/10ft).

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Mon Jun 3 00:55:09 2019 (PiXy!)

2 Well that has worrying implications with another Ebola outbreak going on...

Posted by: Will at Mon Jun 3 13:48:50 2019 (LDO46)

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