The Campaign For DA

6.19.2015

Those Water Park Life Guards Are Just Mailing It In



Whoa! Maybe not. That was impressive. That went from kid in trouble to lifeguard whistling the wave pool to be shut down and in the water in about two seconds.

Did Pamela Anderson ever do that?

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'd like to hang ten in Pamela Anderson.

DF Duke Kiamooka

Anonymous said...

Racist remark in 3...2...1...

Anonymous said...

Not all pool party's are racist!

Anonymous said...

Racist remark.....aaahhhh to easy.

Triple Fake... said...

Now that you mention it, I do seem to recall an episode of Baywatch where Pam Anderson shut down the incoming waves of the Pacific Ocean, just by blowing on a whistle!


and additional double entendres in 3...2...1

Anonymous said...

And his parents were located where?!?!?

Anonymous said...

Why was no one near the child reaching out to help?

Sad people. They just watched.

Anonymous said...

What the heck did the lady lifeguard have strapped to her backend?

DF David Hasselhof

Anonymous said...

Hate tubes, life jackets, or floaties in a public pool during open access hours. Swim/float by your own efforts or get the heck out of the pool and get lessons pronto.

DF Fed-up Lifeguard

Anonymous said...

OMG, Barry! Bag of Nothing has your weather map shtick now! It's a cancer that just keeps growing!

DF Copy-write Agent

Anonymous said...

Pretty damned impressive. I had to watch it to see the kid, and then back it up, to see what she saw.

Great job. I hope she gets some recognition at work.

Anonymous said...

Pamela Anderson was only interested in people who could honk the horn with no hands. Or so I've heard.

Anonymous said...

Skippy, How did you arrive at the conclusion that the life guard had shut the pool down? I didn't see anyone getting out of the pool and leaving?

Anonymous said...

Simple girl doing her job. Paying attention to detail, a lost art.

Anonymous said...

@ 11:11

He meant the wave machine was shut down you moron.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 11:22 AMaid...

Simple girl doing her job. Paying attention to detail, a lost art.

So true, so sad about the state of this sorry country

Anonymous said...

I was a lifeguard over 20 years ago. I watch lifeguards now and I am truly impressed. They keep their heads swiveling from side to side and watch each area they are responsible for like a pacing caged tiger. We were never that intense. We never had a death by drowning but a few close calls. We were lucky I guess.

Lifeguards today - they are so much better than we were.