Cuidadito con hacerse el Geek ante las autoridades de Inmigración en EEUU

There are quotes that stick out in my mind, like the blogging aint a job qoute that everyones bandying about. And there were threats. And there was lots of talk and many humiliating moments. There were also jaw-dropping ones like:

Him: Why would you visit someone in the states you d never met (I mentioned I was planning to visit several people whilst down there)
Me: Well, I have met most of them, but I’ve talked to them dozens or hundreds of times online.
Him: Do you have any of their phone numbers?
Me: No, but I talk
Him: You can’t talk to someone without a phone number. Stop lying to me.
Me: No, really, I can talk from my computer to theirs
Him: Donâ’t be a smartass. If you don’t have their phone number, and you ve never met them, how can you have ever talked to them.
Me:  (at this point I ve learned that sarcasm doesn’t help, nor does answering questions he doesn’t want to hear the answer to)
Him: So, you are trying to tell me that you re going to visit someone who you’ve never met, never talked to and who knows nothing about you? And I’m supposed to believe this?
Me: … (This was two hours in, and minutes before I demanded to be released)

(Extracto del post: The End of the Story del blog ENSIGHT)

Ver para creer. Finalmente a nuestro blogger protagonista le fue prohibida su entrada en EEUU. Ni sacado del mejor guión de una pelí­cula de Ben Stiller.

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