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Friday, December 30, 2005

Governor Trump Would Heartily Approve - Victoria Osteen's Views Are Unknown 


Check this story:


A troublesome air passenger has been castaway more than 1,000 miles from home....

He became so abusive the pilot abandoned the four-hour flight from Manchester to Tenerife to radio ahead and make an unscheduled stop on Porto Santo island off West Africa in the Atlantic.

[T]he traveller was then frog-marched off the plane by local police and his luggage dumped on the tarmac....

The Atlantic island, just 10 miles long by three-miles wide, is a two-hour ferry journey to Madeira.

To get home the passenger will now have to get the ferry then catch a flight back to the UK from Madeira. There are no direct flights from Porto Santo.



I'm sure that the tourist's presence was appreciated:


Tourists seek to Porto Santo to enjoy a relaxing holiday of tranquility. The isolation permits the island to keep some of the old traditions of the first settlers.


So what did the first settlers do with drunken boors?

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