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2012-06-16 01:03:33 PM

snocone: Whores that turn on their kind own are despicable.


I chose the word "quisling" very deliberately. Look it up.
 
2012-06-16 01:04:22 PM

pxlboy: Generation_D: Skyd1v: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

Your posts now show up in a bland, institutional grey with the sidebar "Part of the problem".

I hope the next time you are frisking some 80 year old dude you find a burst colostomy bag.

Volunteering to kill people in a country we didn't get attacked by: Patriotic.

Volunteering to try to keep airports secure: Corrupt, criminal, incompetent.

Know where to volunteer, people.

Looks like TSA employee is the new "Vietnam Veteran."

So we're drafting people into service with the TSA now? Did I miss something?

No?

Then keep your false equivalencies to yourself.


Yep, as expected, you suggest miltary service is criminal and corrupt, out come the "shut up if you know whats good for you" crowd.
 
2012-06-16 01:08:36 PM

Generation_D: So 15,000 marginally employable people are just supposed to up and quit, go back to mall cop and 7-11 counter and community college drop out. TSA's the best thing thats ever happened to some people.


You sound like a union orgainzer or a spokesperson for Obama.
 
2012-06-16 01:09:47 PM

pxlboy: Skyd1v: Generation_D: Skyd1v:
I hope the next time you are frisking some 80 year old dude you find a burst colostomy bag.

Volunteering to kill people in a country we didn't get attacked by: Patriotic.

Volunteering to try to keep airports secure: Corrupt, criminal, incompetent.

Looks like TSA employee is the new "Vietnam Veteran."

Never said I was supportive of the quagmire that our military is involved in right now, either. But as this is a TSA thread, I was trying to stay on topic.

Many of my step-sons friends, kids I have known since they were 14 years old, have been caught up in that mess. One (so far) came back in a C-130 draped in the flag. So please don't insinuate that just because I feel domestic security theatre is worthless and counter productive that I must support the other.

That would require critical thinking, and s/he doesn't seem to have that skill in abundance.


Volunteering for the military despite ample evidence its run by criminals with corrupt immoral agendas: good, patriotic, and lets you attack anyone that disagrees.

Volunteering for a domestic agency that tries to protect civilians, and for whom the employees do not set policy: supporting a corrupt mission.

Its just interesting. Nobody ever gets on board with the idea that military volunteering bears some responsibility in why America is continually able to start or participate in corrupt wars, which it has done now for 30 years under the volunteer army.

But if you work for TSA you're a bunch of things negative, including supporting a corrupt and incompetent mission.

Its interesting. I don't see that much difference. Either you support blindly the military and enlisting is patriotic, or you don't blindly support the war on terror and participating in TSA is "part of the problem."

It doesn't seem like it can be both. But the huge army of ex military and military family is always ready to attack anyone that disputes their place in history. I just find it interesting there isnt the same kind of support for the TSA employees.

Maybe we should have put TSA under the National Guard. Then it could have been as patriotic as volunteering for military service.
 
2012-06-16 01:10:54 PM

Skyd1v: Your posts now show up in a bland, institutional grey with the sidebar "Part of the problem".Generation_D: Do you feel the same way about people who volunteer for the military?


Since we aren't under martial law (yet), the answer is no. When the military starts directly assaulting my civil liberties, my answer will change.
 
2012-06-16 01:18:02 PM

Colin O'Scopy: "The decision to propose the removal of the seven TSA employees affirms our strong commitment to the safety of the traveling public and to hold all our employees to the highest standards of conduct and accountability."

Translation: We're waiting for all this to blow over so we can decide to propose keeping them anyways because we're short on losers - err - agents.


Are you kidding? This nation is a boundless reservoir of losers. The TSA can have a new crew of losers at a moment's notice, and no doubt will.
 
2012-06-16 01:24:50 PM
How can the TSA still be operating, when they are obviously so unethical and corrupt? oh wait i forgot which country they are in.
 
2012-06-16 01:31:36 PM
TSA proficiency exam:
img521.imageshack.us
If you can successfully dial the phone number or get to the website, you're in.
 
2012-06-16 02:22:39 PM

Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.


snocone will be all up in your shiat once you admit to being TSA. Just a PSA for TSA folk. And former TSA folk.

Incidently, this is a required recert that all TSO's have to pass to keep their job and it also determines bonus pay for the year.
 
2012-06-16 02:33:52 PM

XveryYpettyZ: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

I mean, I feel bad crucifying organizations for things their own internal controls find. Doing so kind of encourages cover-ups. However.... yeah.... the whole TSA security model is geared around fighting the last (and now wrong) war.

The TSA should be sweeping for guns, explosives and large (and I mean 3+ inch) knives. Nothing else. If some asshole or group of assholes wants to take a plane with boxcutters again, they'll literally be ripped apart by the passengers. The cockpit doors have been reinforced, they can't gain control of the plane as a weapon (barring the introduction of guns or explosives) and the passenger paradigm has shifted from "if we cooperate we survive" to "we're going to die anyway, let's kill the bastards." In light of that, absent a weapon that can control a large number of people or menace the plane as a whole, law enforcement wouldn't need to worry about arresting them. They'd be torn apart.

So in short, I applaud your commitment to "keep us safe." But you're a soldier using obsolete ideas to fight the last threat and not the next one.


Yeah, you say that now, tough guy. It would be a different story if there was some brown dude screaming while waving a pair of nail clippers right at you.
 
2012-06-16 02:33:55 PM
I always opt out of the full body scan. I've already had a total thyroidectomy due to my body going overboard with (thankfully benign) thyroid tumors. Last thing I need is more fuss with that.

So I politely inform an agent that I'm opting out, and the dumbfarks manage to make it more difficult than necessary every single time. One tried to make me stand directly next to the open side of the scanner while waiting god knows how long for someone to come over and give me my grope. Um, no thanks. Don't need a couple dozen extra doses just to miss my one turn.

Another agent actually ARGUED with me about it. Like I was personally offending him that I didn't want to go through the magical radiation machine. I explained my situation...

And he went into a long explanation about how THE MACHINE DOESN"T USE RADIATION. At all. Apparently, it scans you using the power of magic and rainbows. Not that the radiation was minimal. Not that it was safe. That there WAS NONE. He was completely convinced and dead serious that the machine worked through some other method.

Scary shiat, that level of idiot incompetence.
 
2012-06-16 02:40:07 PM

tonguedepressor: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

snocone will be all up in your shiat once you admit to being TSA. Just a PSA for TSA folk. And former TSA folk.

Incidently, this is a required recert that all TSO's have to pass to keep their job and it also determines bonus pay for the year.


I was trying to remember what your log in is but had zero luck.
Since your here anyway - are the tests that hard?
Went looking on-line for some examples but couldn't find any.
 
2012-06-16 02:55:17 PM

Boatmech: tonguedepressor: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

snocone will be all up in your shiat once you admit to being TSA. Just a PSA for TSA folk. And former TSA folk.

Incidently, this is a required recert that all TSO's have to pass to keep their job and it also determines bonus pay for the year.

I was trying to remember what your log in is but had zero luck.
Since your here anyway - are the tests that hard?
Went looking on-line for some examples but couldn't find any.


Yeah, they're quite involved and you won't find any examples anywhere due to their SSI status.
 
2012-06-16 02:59:47 PM
I got canned from TSA for supposedly divulging SSI right here on Fark so I shant give em any fodder to use agin me in my case against 'em for sexual harassment and illegal dismissal.

henh..
 
2012-06-16 03:02:30 PM

Freudian_slipknot: And he went into a long explanation about how THE MACHINE DOESN"T USE RADIATION. At all. Apparently, it scans you using the power of magic and rainbows.


And unicorns. Don't forget the unicorns.

/they burn
 
2012-06-16 03:06:22 PM

Freudian_slipknot: And he went into a long explanation about how THE MACHINE DOESN"T USE RADIATION. At all. Apparently, it scans you using the power of magic and rainbows. Not that the radiation was minimal. Not that it was safe. That there WAS NONE.


There are two types of scanner: backscatter X-ray and active millimeter wave. They both emit electromagnetic radiation, but only the first one emits ionizing radiation. The individual photons emitted by the mm-wave ones are less energetic than visible light or infrared. That doesn't guarantee that they're safe, but it does put them closer to a cell phone than to a CT scanner on the relative-risk scale.
 
2012-06-16 03:44:49 PM

tonguedepressor: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

snocone will be all up in your shiat once you admit to being TSA. Just a PSA for TSA folk. And former TSA folk.

Incidently, this is a required recert that all TSO's have to pass to keep their job and it also determines bonus pay for the year.


Oh thats alright. Its nice to be able to pick out those who are unbalanced without having to invest time into it.

As for the rest, its cool. I wouldnt do the job if i couldnt stand some abuse. The kind people who smile at me and thank me everyday always outweigh the bad and make me glad to do my job.
 
2012-06-16 04:21:28 PM

tonguedepressor: Boatmech: tonguedepressor: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

snocone will be all up in your shiat once you admit to being TSA. Just a PSA for TSA folk. And former TSA folk.

Incidently, this is a required recert that all TSO's have to pass to keep their job and it also determines bonus pay for the year.

I was trying to remember what your log in is but had zero luck.
Since your here anyway - are the tests that hard?
Went looking on-line for some examples but couldn't find any.

Yeah, they're quite involved and you won't find any examples anywhere due to their SSI status.


Well, the examples I've found seem pretty basic -
`
Preparation Manual for the TSA Writing Skills Assessment
WRITING PRACTICE TEST
It is suggested that you take no more than 15 minutes to answer questions 1 through 8 below.

For questions 1, 2, and 3 choose the one answer that represents a correction that should be made to the sentence. If no correction is necessary, choose (D).

1. Once a request to carry firearms into a foreign country are approved, a Transportation Security Inspector must notify the Office of Foreign Operations for coordination of the request.
A) change to carry to for carrying
B) change are to is
C) change coordination to coordinating
D) no correction is necessary

2. Supervisor Smith knows that it is important for his Transportation Security Inspectors to understand each of the fundamental principals that apply to all methods of dog training.
A) change knows that to knows which
B) change each to each and every one
C) change principals to principles
D) no correction is necessary

3. The geographical area composing much of the border between the United States and Mexico is considered to have a desert climate.
A) change between to from
B) insert a comma after area
C) change is to are
D) no correction is necessary

Instructions: For question 4, choose the one answer that is the best revision to the underlined word(s) or phrase(s) in the paragraph. If no revision to the underlined word(s) or phrase(s) is necessary, choose option (E). If there are two underlined sections in the same paragraph, each possible answer will consist of two revisions, one for each underlined section. The two revisions will be separated by a slash ( / ). The first revision will be for the first underlined section in the paragraph, and the second revision will be for the second underlined section in the paragraph.
4. The passenger's use of a fraudulent document was a hindrence to the identification of the passenger.
19
(A) fraudelant / hindrence
(B) fraudulant / hindrence
(C) fraudulent / hindrance
(D) fraudulant / hindrance
(E) no correction is necessary

Etc...etc....
 
2012-06-16 04:30:48 PM

tonguedepressor: I got canned from TSA for supposedly divulging SSI right here on Fark so I shant give em any fodder to use agin me in my case against 'em for sexual harassment and illegal dismissal.

henh..


Damn, I was going to ask what kind of job does someone get when even TSA doesn't want them?.
`
/good luck on finding something else, at least you can say you Don't work for them anymore.
 
2012-06-16 04:35:54 PM

Boatmech: tonguedepressor: I got canned from TSA for supposedly divulging SSI right here on Fark so I shant give em any fodder to use agin me in my case against 'em for sexual harassment and illegal dismissal.

henh..

Damn, I was going to ask what kind of job does someone get when even TSA doesn't want them?.
`
/good luck on finding something else, at least you can say you Don't work for them anymore.


"you Don't work for them anymore"
 
2012-06-16 05:13:37 PM

tonguedepressor: Boatmech: tonguedepressor: I got canned from TSA for supposedly divulging SSI right here on Fark so I shant give em any fodder to use agin me in my case against 'em for sexual harassment and illegal dismissal.

henh..

Damn, I was going to ask what kind of job does someone get when even TSA doesn't want them?.
`
/good luck on finding something else, at least you can say you Don't work for them anymore.

"you Don't work for them anymore"


0to255.com
/wasn't being snarky - good luck on the job hunt.
 
2012-06-16 05:50:07 PM

Boatmech: tonguedepressor: Boatmech: tonguedepressor: I got canned from TSA for supposedly divulging SSI right here on Fark so I shant give em any fodder to use agin me in my case against 'em for sexual harassment and illegal dismissal.

henh..

Damn, I was going to ask what kind of job does someone get when even TSA doesn't want them?.
`
/good luck on finding something else, at least you can say you Don't work for them anymore.

"you Don't work for them anymore"

[0to255.com image 450x427]
/wasn't being snarky - good luck on the job hunt.


No no, twas I what was snarky...thanks for the good karma I'm going to need every bit of it.
 
2012-06-16 06:06:06 PM

tonguedepressor: Boatmech: tonguedepressor: Boatmech: tonguedepressor: I got canned from TSA for supposedly divulging SSI right here on Fark so I shant give em any fodder to use agin me in my case against 'em for sexual harassment and illegal dismissal.

henh..

Damn, I was going to ask what kind of job does someone get when even TSA doesn't want them?.
`
/good luck on finding something else, at least you can say you Don't work for them anymore.

"you Don't work for them anymore"

[0to255.com image 450x427]
/wasn't being snarky - good luck on the job hunt.

No no, twas I what was snarky...thanks for the good karma I'm going to need every bit of it.


No worries.
/ I've been semi-unemployed since the economy went to hell so believe me, a shiatty job with a regular paycheck is better than no job/no paycheck
 
2012-06-16 06:29:30 PM

Brick-House: Does anyone know how many crooks the TSA have caught? Not counting themselves of course.


They have caught millions of nail clippers, hundreds of thousands of scissors, Tens of thousands of razors, billions of pocket knives, several colostomy bags, an insulin pump, catheter bags and a few hundred firearms.

No terrorists yet.
 
2012-06-16 07:12:16 PM

snocone: Slowly I turn, step by step;

TSA MUST DIE

It just frosts my cookies to watch this travesty of security theatre continue wasting money we do not have doing chit we certainly do not need to people who do not want it.

Just as pointless as that crappy war in Vietnam where I learned to be all I could be doing the unnecessary for the ungrateful with the unwilling.


But we do need TSA, because terrorism.

P.S., thank you for your service.
 
2012-06-16 08:11:41 PM

Generation_D: Skyd1v: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

Your posts now show up in a bland, institutional grey with the sidebar "Part of the problem".

I hope the next time you are frisking some 80 year old dude you find a burst colostomy bag.

Volunteering to kill people in a country we didn't get attacked by: Patriotic.

Volunteering to try to keep airports secure: Corrupt, criminal, incompetent.

Know where to volunteer, people.

Looks like TSA employee is the new "Vietnam Veteran."


Vietnam was run with DRAFTEES!
What farking volunteer?
Most Medics were concientious objectors. What Slick Willie claims he was in his dreams. If you said "Do whatever with me, I am not killing for any reason", you were in the Army, but guess where.
Draftees outnumbered lifers 10 to 1 in my basic training. And 50% of them volunteered to get out of say jail, or induction into the Marines or just because they believed the lie that they could pick their job or duty station by enlisting for 3 years active duty 'stead o 2 years at the Army's choice. Fools! Just guess how many volunteer RTOs, Medics, aww, forget it.

TSA Biatches are not drafted! They are simply whores.
 
2012-06-16 08:17:08 PM

Boatmech: tonguedepressor: Boatmech: tonguedepressor: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

snocone will be all up in your shiat once you admit to being TSA. Just a PSA for TSA folk. And former TSA folk.

Incidently, this is a required recert that all TSO's have to pass to keep their job and it also determines bonus pay for the year.

I was trying to remember what your log in is but had zero luck.
Since your here anyway - are the tests that hard?
Went looking on-line for some examples but couldn't find any.

Yeah, they're quite involved and you won't find any examples anywhere due to their SSI status.

Well, the examples I've found seem pretty basic -
`
Preparation Manual for the TSA Writing Skills Assessment
WRITING PRACTICE TEST
It is suggested that you take no more than 15 minutes to answer questions 1 through 8 below.

For questions 1, 2, and 3 choose the one answer that represents a correction that should be made to the sentence. If no correction is necessary, choose (D).

1. Once a request to carry firearms into a foreign country are approved, a Transportation Security Inspector must notify the Office of Foreign Operations for coordination of the request.
A) change to carry to for carrying
B) change are to is
C) change coordination to coordinating
D) no correction is necessary

2. Supervisor Smith knows that it is important for his Transportation Security Inspectors to understand each of the fundamental principals that apply to all methods of dog training.
A) change knows that to knows which
B) change each to each and every one
C) change principals to principles
D) no correction is necessary

3. The geographical area composing much of the border between the United States and Mexico is considered to have a desert climate.
A) change between to from
B) insert a comma after area
C) change is to are
D) no correction is necessary

Instructions: For question 4, choose the o ...


Yup, Double Super Seckrit there, Sparky.
 
2012-06-16 08:56:08 PM

snocone: Boatmech: tonguedepressor: Boatmech: tonguedepressor: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

snocone will be all up in your shiat once you admit to being TSA. Just a PSA for TSA folk. And former TSA folk.

Incidently, this is a required recert that all TSO's have to pass to keep their job and it also determines bonus pay for the year.

I was trying to remember what your log in is but had zero luck.
Since your here anyway - are the tests that hard?
Went looking on-line for some examples but couldn't find any.

Yeah, they're quite involved and you won't find any examples anywhere due to their SSI status.

Well, the examples I've found seem pretty basic -
`
Preparation Manual for the TSA Writing Skills Assessment
WRITING PRACTICE TEST
It is suggested that you take no more than 15 minutes to answer questions 1 through 8 below.

For questions 1, 2, and 3 choose the one answer that represents a correction that should be made to the sentence. If no correction is necessary, choose (D).

1. Once a request to carry firearms into a foreign country are approved, a Transportation Security Inspector must notify the Office of Foreign Operations for coordination of the request.
A) change to carry to for carrying
B) change are to is
C) change coordination to coordinating
D) no correction is necessary

2. Supervisor Smith knows that it is important for his Transportation Security Inspectors to understand each of the fundamental principals that apply to all methods of dog training.
A) change knows that to knows which
B) change each to each and every one
C) change principals to principles
D) no correction is necessary

3. The geographical area composing much of the border between the United States and Mexico is considered to have a desert climate.
A) change between to from
B) insert a comma after area
C) change is to are
D) no correction is necessary

Instructions: For question 4, ch ...


You're mental dude.
 
2012-06-16 10:50:22 PM
"You gotta saddle up your boys
You gotta draw a hard line"
 
2012-06-16 11:10:21 PM

Mugato: What a sample TSA standardized test question might look like....

12) Which one of these is an airplane?

a)
[beyondthebottle.org image 450x300]

b)
[4.bp.blogspot.com image 400x278]

c)
[2.bp.blogspot.com image 481x331]

d) All of the above


is that X-Wing from Japan?
 
2012-06-16 11:37:20 PM

snocone: Yup, Double Super Seckrit there, Sparky.


those are grammar questions.
 
2012-06-17 12:04:38 AM

Generation_D: pxlboy: Generation_D: Skyd1v: Jaws_Victim: Glad they got fired. I work for the tsa now, and some of us do care about being nice to passengers and making sure you are safe.

Your posts now show up in a bland, institutional grey with the sidebar "Part of the problem".

I hope the next time you are frisking some 80 year old dude you find a burst colostomy bag.

Volunteering to kill people in a country we didn't get attacked by: Patriotic.

Volunteering to try to keep airports secure: Corrupt, criminal, incompetent.

Know where to volunteer, people.

Looks like TSA employee is the new "Vietnam Veteran."

So we're drafting people into service with the TSA now? Did I miss something?

No?

Then keep your false equivalencies to yourself.

Yep, as expected, you suggest miltary service is criminal and corrupt, out come the "shut up if you know whats good for you" crowd.


Way to miss the point, smart guy.
 
2012-06-17 02:28:06 AM

XveryYpettyZ: So in short, I applaud your commitment to "keep us safe." But you're a soldier using obsolete ideas to fight the last threat and not the next one.


That's how all the security theater works. Defend against the thing that they won't do again, anyway. They spend a million, you spend a hundred billion. Then they spend another million somewhere else and the politicians can say "We never expected THIS! We spent all the money to defend against THAT! Not our fault!" The TSA is nothing but a vote-protecting CYA by the people in power and only works if we guess the terrorist plan right and the terrorists are too stupid to change targets away from the blatantly obvious security checkpoints.

Honestly, unless I needed the plane for something, I'd just blow up part of the airport. They got these big lines of people standing around waiting, don't even have a moving target.

Or maybe a big sale in a shopping mall.

Or an office building, make people scared of going to work.

Or a sporting event. Lots of press.

You can't defend against everything, so spend the money proactively (intelligence networks) or to mitigate (first responders). Either stop the problem before it becomes a problem, or make your life-saving people better at their jobs so fewer lives are lost in a terrorist attack and the rest of the time too. But no, the government did this:
s91291220.onlinehome.us
 
2012-06-17 10:42:20 AM

Mugato: snocone: Yup, Double Super Seckrit there, Sparky.

those are grammar questions.


Of course.
When lying to the public, good grammar is a mission critical issue.
 
2012-06-17 01:43:47 PM

XveryYpettyZ: So in short, I applaud your commitment to "keep us safe." feed at the public trough while compensating for your tiny ego by harassing your betters


FTFY.
 
2012-06-17 02:06:23 PM
We have met the enemy, they are us.
 
2012-06-17 02:20:39 PM
Forgive me.
But I'm seriously worried it had a question like:
1) how many digits do you need to use to verify if a suspect is concealing something in his or her rectum?
 
2012-06-17 11:04:00 PM

snocone: Mugato: snocone: Yup, Double Super Seckrit there, Sparky.

those are grammar questions.

Of course.
When lying to the public, good grammar is a mission critical issue.


Nicely played.
 
2012-06-17 11:05:27 PM

Resident Muslim: Forgive me.
But I'm seriously worried it had a question like:
1) how many digits do you need to use to verify if a suspect is concealing something in his or her rectum?


Security has reached the digital age in Amerika.
 
2012-06-18 01:10:28 AM

RedVentrue: Resident Muslim: Forgive me.
But I'm seriously worried it had a question like:
1) how many digits do you need to use to verify if a suspect is concealing something in his or her rectum?

Security has reached the digital age in Amerika.


Heh!

At least they instruct them that it is not proper to ask the suspect "how many fingers am I holding up?!"
 
2012-06-19 05:13:29 PM

Resident Muslim: RedVentrue: Resident Muslim: Forgive me.
But I'm seriously worried it had a question like:
1) how many digits do you need to use to verify if a suspect is concealing something in his or her rectum?

Security has reached the digital age in Amerika.

Heh!

At least they instruct them that it is not proper to ask the suspect "how many fingers am I holding up?!"


If you can count them all accurately, you are extremely talented.

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