by Tom Morrow
RANDOM THOUGHTS – What the majority of the so-called Millennial generation doesn’t know is frightening. These are our future leaders. Not paying attention to current affairs, studying little, if any, history and geography in school contributes to their ignorance. If it isn’t on their smart phones, they know nothing about it. … Political correctness has gone amuck. There are schools in this country that forbid Judeo-Christian praying, but provide prayer mats for Muslims. … If Scotland votes to split from the United Kingdom, can you imagine what it will do to their tax situation? Taxes in the UK already are among the highest in the world. The Scots are liable to see an increase if on their own. … Hooray (maybe)! The hotel resort that has been trying to get built down near the Pier for the past 30-plus years may be finally underway next year. We’ll see, but if its ever built, and if it’s a four-star like developers are planning, then Oceanside will finally be a premiere Southern California destination.
DID U KNOW – There are some Oceanside schools where children’s brought-from-home lunch boxes are searched and any item not on Michelle Obama list of recommended food is thrown in the garbage?
KIDS DAY – The Oceanside Boys & Girls Club will hold its first annual “Day for Kids” event next Saturday, Sept. 20, a free family event at the Townsite Clubhouse, 401 Country Club Lane. This free family event will feature a carnival-like atmosphere and will be one of hundreds “Day for Kids” event planned nationwide by Boys & Girls Clubs of America. There will be many activities including relay races, food, live entertainment and more.
KID GEMS —- A little boy got lost at the YMCA and found himself in the women’s locker room. When he was spotted, the room burst into shrieks, with ladies grabbing towels and running for cover. The little boy watched in amazement and then asked, “What’s the matter? Haven’t you ever seen a little boy before?”
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