Tourist Is Obliged to Decline

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Tourist Train

Tourist Is Obliged to Decline

12. Tourist is obliged to decline.

When an Englishman tells you he’s from Devon, he has a picture of a river and a plaque commemorating the terrible Gallipoli campaign in 1915, or something similar. If the tourist says he’s from Istanbul, you have a picture of a mosque and a plaque commemorating the great slaughter of Turkish minorities in 1915. If the tourist says he’s from California, you’re entitled to show him pictures of ocean beaches. And don’t ask whether he’s from Norway, either. If he says he’s from Dubai, you’re entitled to show him pictures of opium dens.

“Hah, look how far these international agencies have come. We can’t even live in our own countries anymore, at least not for long.”

“Well, life will get better soon,” it said and disappeared into the darkness of the clearing.

13. Tourist is obliged to accept or the offense will be taken as a trespass and not the purpose of the inspection.

After an initial inspection or policy change, an inspector will inform the tourist if an error was made, the nature of the error, and the consequences of this error. The tourist must then observe the laws of the land. The tourist is then charged for the inspection. Tourist responsibility in this instance is limited to reading or not reading the USPSTF’s report and asking questions when tour guides or other experts attempt to explain the report. Tour guides and other experts are not required to speak English fluently. The basic rule of thumb is: try to comply with the inspection policy and do not refuse to see the doctor or security agent. The doctor and security agent will then tell you what to do, and this will help you get through the department easily. Never refuse to leave, however, if you feel that you need to have some more privacy.

19. Tourist is allowed to go outside for about 15 minutes, but is not permitted to take any pictures. Other U.S. visitors must place their camera in a bag and leave the area.

If the tourist remains outside for more than 15 minutes, the law will go into effect, state tourism officials said. They said only the legally blind will be allowed inside the park. Only persons who are experiencing any form of visual or psychological impairment will be allowed inside the park, the officials said.

In Germany, eight national parks have enacted similar rules in recent years, for instance in Graubünden in the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg and in the Balfour Canyon in the eastern state of Hesse.

23. Tourist and local hunters cannot shoot at each other.

24. Outdoor activities are not permitted within 100 yards of any wooded areas. If the tourist is found violating these rules, a Sworn Police officer will issue an arrest.

25. A Sworn Police officer is required at every boat in use. This will ensure that the personal safety of the users is of paramount importance. Sworn Police also take to a boat for enforcement duty.

The Sworn Police will also watch over tourists and act if needed to protect them.

34. Power train is always on.

46. All activity occurs on street level. Activity occurring above or below street level is our number one priority. It is our responsibility to do all that we can to protect public safety as well as prevent additional deaths and injuries.

If a tree falls onto your vehicle, be aware that in some parts of the world, just above the ground, all trees may be deemed dead and no further action will be necessary. Always travel to the nearest emergency telephone if you feel that your vehicle has been impacted by a fallen tree and/or your vehicle is moving and/or accelerating on its own.

47. Monthly housekeeping services are carried out by people from the community, a retired geriatric nurse, a school teacher, and a family member who has lived on the property for over six months.

They work on their own while also receiving social assistance.

48. Not one home is owned for profit.

52. Edible landscaping items are prohibited on the sidewalk, including:

• Chicken

• Corn, beans, pumpkins, tomatoes, carrots, etc.

• Gypsum, rock salt, baking powder, coffee and other baking supplies

• Hatcheries and meat processing plants

• Insects, worms, crustaceans, and other aquatic life

• Sauna water

• Other items that are useful for prepping

• Stove and cooking equipment

• Boiling water and spoons

• Non-perishable food in ‘ready-to-eat’ form (cheese, crackers, powdered milk, etc.)

• Other

• Plants covered with pine needles or other thorns

• Plants grown from seeds containing more than 1/2 to 1/3 of the seed’s mass in protein

• Only commercial plants available for sale to the public (this excludes municipal crop seed crops)

• After maturity, organs and similar debris

If you live in an area where there are no animals to provide food for, you will want to have around 5,000-10,000 insects for each tree you plant. You can get these from buying insects in the “others” section in your tannery or insects that have been killed. Be sure to check the food processor section to see if they have insects of various sizes. If they don’t, they can be acquired by a store. Although you should purchase bugs of different sizes, it is recommended that you plant these so that they grow to be no more than 1 foot long.

Some beekeepers suggest planting dandelions, or their boron cousins, in the place where the flowers will become queen bugs. You can plant them, and then watch the animals that come through.

73. Off-licenses are strictly enforced. The one exception to this rule is the Bug.

78. Everyone who enters through any of the entrances is subject to a search of their persons, and/or their equipment (including firearms). Only individuals over the age of 18 will be permitted to make unauthorized use of any on-site machine guns.

Please come prepared with valid identification (driver’s license or passport). ALL MINORS WILL BE BEGGING FOR THEIR OWN VEHICLE.

180. People should only go to the office and lift for emergency reasons, because while it is free from tourists, if the elevator has worked for longer than 2 hours, it is safe to go out and down. The head desk should have at least one loudspeaker on it that says “Press return”, “Press enter”, “Enter”, “Sorry, you cannot enter” and “Press any key to return.”

206. Trains and buses have large notices on the top which are intended to be read before the vehicle is stopped to let people know that they should use their phones before they are pressed down, as passengers might be distracted. Tourists in the train loading or unloading zone will pay extra.

258. Anyone not standing at the back of the train is at risk of being dragged out, and this has happened to quite a few passengers on this train.

For what it’s worth, my mother also had to sit next to me.

I could really see the worry on her face. When I said that I didn’t know how to avoid being dragged out, she shook her head and said, “No, please don’t worry about that.” It seemed like she was hoping to make me feel guilty, and to me, that is a tactic used against teenagers who are not parents.

362. Avoid the Group Bubble.

The group of teenagers around me made me afraid to say or do something. I felt like it was only a matter of time before my phone would not accept my text messages, my lectures would not allow me to present, my grades would not let me continue on. For the most part, the schools had let me keep my grades up, as long as they received my high school transcripts and transcripts of my academic work in progress. I got to keep my living expenses, my driver’s license, my country club membership and vacation pay.

In addition, if I failed to abide by one of the acceptable rules at school, I was told not to go to lunch or go to the library, or to miss class for any reason. I couldn’t leave home without my parents’ permission. If I couldn’t do the sports I was expected to, I had to take the bleacher seats in the gymnasium.

There was even a rigorous sequence of social acts from dressing down to adding makeup or hair styling to my hair.

Those who didn’t comply were called lazy or were told they didn’t want to go to school.

I’ve wondered why I was forced to be this way.

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