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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

U.S. Forest Service Warns Against Campers Drinking Tecate Beer, Eating Tortillas and Playing Spanish Music

I've been making it my goal, these past few years, to visit as many National Parks as I possibly can. Undeterred by recent legislation allowing guns in the parks, I must now rethink packing spam in my cabin.

This from Think Progress:

The US Forest Service issued and then retracted a Labor Day warning advising hikers to “beware of campers in national forests drinking Tecate beer, eating tortillas and playing Spanish music” because “they could be armed marijuana growers.” A high-ranking Forest Service official in Colorado also identified people speaking Spanish and eating Spam or Tuna as “warning signs of possible drug trafficking.”

Smokey, why you be a hating bear?

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