Monday, October 31, 2016

QUE QUE? ASI NO SE ESPELEA "CHEMICALS," O SI?

(Ed.'s Note: If you go to the City of Brownsville Landfill the staff there gives you a ticket to direct you to the proper place to throw your brush. Now, one of our seven readers (the eighth is on sick leave) says he was never a spelling bee contestant, but that in elementary schools they taught him to spell toxic materials "Chemicals", or in Spanish "Químicas." Where did the City of Brownsville come up with Quemicals? Did they combine both words to create our own unique border language? They could blame the printer who created it, and it will probably cost taxpayers a pretty penny to reprint these misspelled tickets and $1,000s more to correct them. Does anyone in the city of Brownsville ever proof read anything? Or is is the way to spell chemicals in Portugal?)

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

who cares!!!!!!! It's Brownsville, juan. Know your hometown, guey!

Hillary Hater said...

What do you expect when you hire ignorant Spanish only speaking employees? Where is the supervisor of this particular division? Puro matamorencia en Brownsville!

Anonymous said...

fake poster. nice try. go get a real story, puto.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Not all chemicals are "toxic." YOU need a proofreader!

Anonymous said...

It's "quimicos" pocho

Anonymous said...

BISD doesn't teach spelling in more! The kids are too busy eating three meals a day. If the kids who came to my house last night for Halloween are any indication, our kids are "fat".....now can we all spell that..."f.a.t.". Of course if we say a kid is fate that will be considered "bullying", "racism", politically incorrect or we need to gather all the counselors to sooth the "wounds" of the "fat" kids.

Anonymous said...

Apparently manners are not on the star test. BiSD Kids 1. Wouldn't even say "trick or treat " 2. Much less say "thank you" 3. Half were speaking Spanish.

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