Southern California's pecking order
Written by Robert Niles
Here's a little nugget which prompted a strong laugh from me this week.Tweet
My kids' elementary school is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year, and the school is holding a fund-raising event next weekend to mark the occasion. Of course, the kids are all being asked to sell tickets and the school's holding a contest for the most sold.
First prize, to the student who sells the most tickets, is two tickets to Disneyland. Nice.
Second prize? Two tickets to Knott's Berry Farm.
Looks like the pecking order is set, dun'it?
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