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(New York Daily News)   When the TSA pats you down, they're saving America. When you pat down the TSA, it's "violence"   (nydailynews.com ) divider line
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2012-06-19 08:45:43 PM  
Ironic tag is waiting in line for its shot at payback.
 
2012-06-19 08:57:35 PM  
A Florida terrorist attacking someone in the pat-down line? Umpossible.
 
2012-06-19 09:26:57 PM  
Well that was not what I intended.
 
2012-06-19 09:32:36 PM  
I'm feeling safer.
 
2012-06-19 09:44:27 PM  
I was trying to do an in Soviet America joke but I farked it up.

/I suck
 
2012-06-19 09:57:27 PM  

9beers: Charge the biatch with sexual assault and ban her from flying.


I hear some TSA agents need to fly to different airports.
 
2012-06-19 10:25:49 PM  

revrendjim: I was trying to do an in Soviet America joke but I farked it up.


You can't do one. The Filter has a hard-on for that.
 
2012-06-19 10:35:30 PM  

Somacandra: revrendjim: I was trying to do an in Soviet America joke but I farked it up.

You can't do one. The Filter has a hard-on for that.


NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
 
2012-06-19 11:14:07 PM  
If you read the article, it's even better that the lady being charged here used to be a TSA agent.
 
Skr
2012-06-19 11:15:44 PM  
The irony is she was patting down one of the true terrorists.

TSA - Terror Sustaining Agency
 
2012-06-19 11:16:02 PM  

FitzShivering: If you read the article, it's even better that the lady being charged here used to be a TSA agent.


Yeah, buried in the article, the two TSA gate rapists knew each other. I hate the TSA, but this sounds like a personal issue.
 
2012-06-19 11:16:32 PM  
They say America represents freedom, but American leaders nowadays don't practice what they preach.
 
2012-06-19 11:17:15 PM  
Funny too how these videos are found by the TSA, but when the passenger is wronged or the TSA is sticking their hands down a toddler's diapers, the video is usually lost.
 
2012-06-19 11:17:18 PM  
The TSA is a huge threat to this country. What it stands for and what it accomplishes is in direct opposition to freedom and liberty.
 
2012-06-19 11:17:37 PM  
Clearly she was standing her ground.
 
2012-06-19 11:18:21 PM  

2wolves: 9beers: Charge the biatch with sexual assault and ban her from flying.

I hear some TSA agents need to fly to different airports.


She could always get a job that would afford her some dignity and self-respect.
Like working a deep fryer at a fast-food restaurant.
 
2012-06-19 11:19:45 PM  

9beers: Charge the biatch with sexual assault and ban her from flying.


But if we charge TSA agents with sex crimes, then who will provide freedom gropes? And isn't the last part a bit pointless, since they just sit around at airports and do not actually fly?
 
2012-06-19 11:20:26 PM  
assets.nydailynews.com = 2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-06-19 11:21:05 PM  
TSA is here to provide a law enforcement function- being a dick with no authority to conduct a "pat d own' not so much. Surprised the collective intelligence couldn't figure that one out.

Still searching for someone who actually travels to come forth with the same complaints....
 
2012-06-19 11:22:10 PM  
Your own medicine. Have some.
 
2012-06-19 11:22:21 PM  

foo monkey: FitzShivering: If you read the article, it's even better that the lady being charged here used to be a TSA agent.

Yeah, buried in the article, the two TSA gate rapists knew each other. I hate the TSA, but this sounds like a personal issue.


You don't think being groped by a total stranger ISN'T a personal issue? It is for me.
 
2012-06-19 11:23:55 PM  

Gyrfalcon: foo monkey: FitzShivering: If you read the article, it's even better that the lady being charged here used to be a TSA agent.

Yeah, buried in the article, the two TSA gate rapists knew each other. I hate the TSA, but this sounds like a personal issue.

You don't think being groped by a total stranger ISN'T a personal issue? It is for me.



But I'm not a TOTAL stranger, am I?
 
2012-06-19 11:25:22 PM  

willyshorts: They say America represents freedom, but American leaders nowadays don't practice what they preach.


Its been like 5+ years since "the Man" has infringed upon my freedoms by stopping me for going 54 in a 35 zone.. what the heck is you people's problem with authority?!
 
2012-06-19 11:25:29 PM  
Did not read and do not care about the article. But I will take this opportunity to say that the tsa is an ineffectual, leviathan waste of time and money. You all owe it to yourselves to read what the former head of that organization says about it. In short, he agrees with me.

Oh, and I have left my cell phone AND iPod on for the entire duration of at least 100 commercial flights over the last decade. Just close your eyes and don't look at the waiters on the flight - the vast majority of them don't give two shiates as long a you are discrete.
 
2012-06-19 11:25:51 PM  
Problem is that having implemented Security Theatre, if we get rid of it now some knucklehead WILL get on a plane with a bomb. Or two.

As far as the TSA goes--now we're permafarked.
 
2012-06-19 11:26:50 PM  
Why did they use her full name? I thought that was reserved for presidential assassins? Or is the media trying to portray her as a villain for challenging the TSA?
 
2012-06-19 11:27:21 PM  
I saw the original version of this, but it was much more fappable.
 
2012-06-19 11:27:56 PM  

foo monkey: FitzShivering: If you read the article, it's even better that the lady being charged here used to be a TSA agent.

Yeah, buried in the article, the two TSA gate rapists knew each other. I hate the TSA, but this sounds like a personal issue.


Yo dawg, I heard you like getting groped by the TSA...
 
2012-06-19 11:28:16 PM  

Amos Quito: But I'm not a TOTAL stranger, am I?


Stranger than me.
 
2012-06-19 11:28:54 PM  

clowncar on fire: willyshorts: They say America represents freedom, but American leaders nowadays don't practice what they preach.

Its been like 5+ years since "the Man" has infringed upon my freedoms by stopping me for going 54 in a 35 zone.. what the heck is you people's problem with authority?!


Because the TSA agents at Atlanta rub my inside thigh on my right leg every time I go through security, stopping millimeters before their hands would brush up into my my genitals? Getting a ticket is one thing, standing there while a complete stranger touches in inappropriate ways is something completely different altogether.
 
2012-06-19 11:29:20 PM  

JohnBigBootay: Did not read and do not care about the article. But I will take this opportunity to say that the tsa is an ineffectual, leviathan waste of time and money. You all owe it to yourselves to read what the former head of that organization says about it. In short, he agrees with me.

Oh, and I have left my cell phone AND iPod on for the entire duration of at least 100 commercial flights over the last decade. Just close your eyes and don't look at the waiters on the flight - the vast majority of them don't give two shiates as long a you are discrete.


Yeah, but did you bring a bottle of water or shampoo in your carry on, you filthy terrorist?
 
2012-06-19 11:29:43 PM  

Vangor: Amos Quito: But I'm not a TOTAL stranger, am I?

Stranger than me.


But not strange enough!
 
2012-06-19 11:30:19 PM  

JohnBigBootay: Did not read and do not care about the article. But I will take this opportunity to say that the tsa is an ineffectual, leviathan waste of time and money. You all owe it to yourselves to read what the former head of that organization says about it. In short, he agrees with me.

Oh, and I have left my cell phone AND iPod on for the entire duration of at least 100 commercial flights over the last decade. Just close your eyes and don't look at the waiters on the flight - the vast majority of them don't give two shiates as long a you are discrete.


What about the "present" head of the TSA? What does he have to say? "Previous" employees, especially the "released" ones, never have anything nice to say about their previous employer.
 
2012-06-19 11:30:27 PM  

StrangeQ: Why did they use her full name? I thought that was reserved for presidential assassins? Or is the media trying to portray her as a villain for challenging the TSA?


Personally, I am surprised that they would name sexual assault victims. To shame, NY Daily News.
 
2012-06-19 11:31:18 PM  
Weird when your doctor gives you a prostate check it's "For your health" but when you give him one it's "rape"!
 
2012-06-19 11:32:57 PM  

rebelyell2006: Personally, I am surprised that they would name sexual assault victims. To shame, NY Daily News.


It's not sexual assault. It's freedom.
 
2012-06-19 11:34:31 PM  
When Smokey sings at a TSA checkpoint, you hear violence.
 
2012-06-19 11:35:16 PM  

fluffy2097: rebelyell2006: Personally, I am surprised that they would name sexual assault victims. To shame, NY Daily News.

It's not sexual assault. It's freedom.


So now a pat down is sexual assault? Wow I was sexually assaulted as a child when I went to concerts. Maybe I can sue!
 
2012-06-19 11:35:29 PM  

clowncar on fire: TSA is here to provide a law enforcement function- being a dick with no authority to conduct a "pat d own' not so much. Surprised the collective intelligence couldn't figure that one out.

Still searching for someone who actually travels to come forth with the same complaints....


Airport security was annoying, stupid, and completely ineffective long before 2001. Since PATRIOT, there's just more of it and it's become stupider and more annoying, the effectiveness level has not in any way changed.

//There, now you've heard from someone who travels.
//Albeit I don't have issues with the pat-downs themselves, only with several bloody hours of my time being wasted to get to the terminal for a 30-minute flight.
//Basically I'm too polite to pull something like this in response, but I can sympathize with those who aren't.
 
2012-06-19 11:37:08 PM  

JohnBigBootay: Did not read and do not care about the article. But I will take this opportunity to say that the tsa is an ineffectual, leviathan waste of time and money. You all owe it to yourselves to read what the former head of that organization says about it. In short, he agrees with me.

Oh, and I have left my cell phone AND iPod on for the entire duration of at least 100 commercial flights over the last decade. Just close your eyes and don't look at the waiters on the flight - the vast majority of them don't give two shiates as long a you are discrete.


Reported.
 
2012-06-19 11:37:13 PM  

rebelyell2006: clowncar on fire: willyshorts: They say America represents freedom, but American leaders nowadays don't practice what they preach.

Its been like 5+ years since "the Man" has infringed upon my freedoms by stopping me for going 54 in a 35 zone.. what the heck is you people's problem with authority?!

Because the TSA agents at Atlanta rub my inside thigh on my right leg every time I go through security, stopping millimeters before their hands would brush up into my my genitals? Getting a ticket is one thing, standing there while a complete stranger touches in inappropriate ways is something completely different altogether.


RU a hottie or a nottie? Seems thay have more restraint of their sexual urges than you do as they were able to stop within millimeters (1000 millimeters to a meter) and not give it a second thought.

Why not direct your anger toward the idiots that make these searches a necessity. You could always stay home and let these people focus their energies toward the real culprits.

Nevr have been lucky enough to get felt up enough to become indignant about the pat-downs- starting to feel ugly.
 
2012-06-19 11:37:24 PM  
If a cop kills you with a service weapon, it's "justified use of force," or "suicide by cop," depending on the circumstances. If you kill him, it's "murder."

/this slope is getting kind of slippery, don'tcha think?
 
2012-06-19 11:37:57 PM  

fluffy2097: rebelyell2006: Personally, I am surprised that they would name sexual assault victims. To shame, NY Daily News.

It's not sexual assault. It's freedom.


It's freedom assault.
 
2012-06-19 11:38:24 PM  

clowncar on fire: what the heck is you people's problem with authority?!


Sometimes authority is used in ways I disagree with and I think my ideas are better.
 
2012-06-19 11:38:32 PM  

Jim_Callahan: clowncar on fire: TSA is here to provide a law enforcement function- being a dick with no authority to conduct a "pat d own' not so much. Surprised the collective intelligence couldn't figure that one out.

Still searching for someone who actually travels to come forth with the same complaints....

Airport security was annoying, stupid, and completely ineffective long before 2001. Since PATRIOT, there's just more of it and it's become stupider and more annoying, the effectiveness level has not in any way changed.

//There, now you've heard from someone who travels.
//Albeit I don't have issues with the pat-downs themselves, only with several bloody hours of my time being wasted to get to the terminal for a 30-minute flight.
//Basically I'm too polite to pull something like this in response, but I can sympathize with those who aren't.


But that's much more of a reasonable opinion than the "I am being RAPED!!" crowd of hyperbole that are in these threads with pitchforks and fire.
 
2012-06-19 11:39:30 PM  

clowncar on fire: rebelyell2006: clowncar on fire: willyshorts: They say America represents freedom, but American leaders nowadays don't practice what they preach.

Its been like 5+ years since "the Man" has infringed upon my freedoms by stopping me for going 54 in a 35 zone.. what the heck is you people's problem with authority?!

Because the TSA agents at Atlanta rub my inside thigh on my right leg every time I go through security, stopping millimeters before their hands would brush up into my my genitals? Getting a ticket is one thing, standing there while a complete stranger touches in inappropriate ways is something completely different altogether.

RU a hottie or a nottie? Seems thay have more restraint of their sexual urges than you do as they were able to stop within millimeters (1000 millimeters to a meter) and not give it a second thought.

Why not direct your anger toward the idiots that make these searches a necessity. You could always stay home and let these people focus their energies toward the real culprits.

Nevr have been lucky enough to get felt up enough to become indignant about the pat-downs- starting to feel ugly.


I have a mustache and a beer gut. You tell me if I am a "hottie". And I should be able to travel without some TSA creeps touching my leg.
 
2012-06-19 11:40:07 PM  

clowncar on fire:
Why not direct your anger toward the idiots that make these searches a necessity. You could always stay home and let these people focus their energies toward the real culprits.


multimedia.billybrew.com
 
2012-06-19 11:41:01 PM  

Amos Quito: Gyrfalcon: foo monkey: FitzShivering: If you read the article, it's even better that the lady being charged here used to be a TSA agent.

Yeah, buried in the article, the two TSA gate rapists knew each other. I hate the TSA, but this sounds like a personal issue.

You don't think being groped by a total stranger ISN'T a personal issue? It is for me.


But I'm not a TOTAL stranger, am I?


You're totally strange.

But that's okay with me. :)
 
2012-06-19 11:41:45 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: Somacandra: revrendjim: I was trying to do an in Soviet America joke but I farked it up.

You can't do one. The Filter has a hard-on for that.

NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!


Drew hates Yakov Smirnoff for some reason.
 
2012-06-19 11:42:08 PM  

Nem Wan: clowncar on fire: what the heck is you people's problem with authority?!

Sometimes authority is used in ways I disagree with and I think my ideas are better.


Sure. That happens to everyone and if we got rid of rules because some people didn't like them it would be anarchy because there are no laws or rules that everyone likes. You can not like a rule and still be respectful or not jump to hyperbole that you are "being raped" etc. You can calmly voice your disagreement to the rule and be open to debate about it.
 
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