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(ABC Local)   Flight attendant brings gun to airport, TSA actually detects it, and Philadelphia's Finest "accidentally" fires a round from it through a "TSA break room," whatever that is   (abclocal.go.com) divider line 92
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2012-09-23 11:42:39 PM
I feel safer, already.
Because I don't partake in the theater of the stupid.
 
2012-09-23 11:48:53 PM
I feel safer, living 25 miles upwind as the crow flies.
 
2012-09-23 11:50:59 PM
Disorderly conduct and released. That's fair because that's the same thing that would happen to any one else if they attempted to board a plane with a loaded handgun.took a loaded gun
 
2012-09-23 11:52:17 PM

AbbeySomeone: Disorderly conduct and released. That's fair because that's the same thing that would happen to any one else if they attempted to board a plane with a loaded handgun.


preview is your friend
 
2012-09-23 11:55:48 PM
A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it accidentally fired a round into the wall.

Damn. Don't they teach cops gun safety??

They should give that idiot one bullet for his gun and make him carry it in his shirt pocket, Barney Fife-style.
 
2012-09-23 11:57:17 PM

AbbeySomeone: Disorderly conduct and released. That's fair because that's the same thing that would happen to any one else if they attempted to board a plane with a loaded handgun.


I was thinking the same thing. Not to mention the genius cop that fired a gun in an airport by accident. I'm sure the passenger who is "trying to unload" a gun in an airport to make it safe for transport would never be arrested for discharging a weapon.
 
2012-09-24 12:00:50 AM
A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it accidentally fired a round into the wall.

Important note here:

Action News has confirmed Republic Airlines flight attendant Jaclyn Luby was carrying a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver in her carryon.

That cop has to be stupid as shiat to get a revolver to "accidentally" fire into anything. I'd guess he pulled the trigger to find out if it was loaded and they wrote up the story later.
 
2012-09-24 12:00:59 AM
Isn't the TSA Break Room that area with all the metal detectors and xray thingies?
 
2012-09-24 01:00:33 AM
A TSA Break Room is that place they make you take your shoes off and put your penis in the x-ray machine before you get on the plane
 
2012-09-24 01:06:05 AM
www.morethings.com

can relate.
 
2012-09-24 01:08:33 AM
Well, it's unloaded now
 
2012-09-24 03:30:32 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Well, it's unloaded now


Better cycle that trigger another 5 times to be sure.
 
2012-09-24 03:30:37 AM
Yakety-Sax started playing in my head halfway through reading that headline.
 
2012-09-24 03:35:07 AM

AbbeySomeone: Disorderly conduct and released. That's fair because that's the same thing that would happen to any one else if they attempted to board a plane with a loaded handgun.


If anyone had actually been hurt by the bullet, you can bet your ass she'd go to jail. The cop would, of course, not.
 
2012-09-24 03:35:41 AM
Investigators say Luby said she forgot the gun was in her bag.

"You would expect she would be more vigilant about the fact she travels so much that it should be second nature to her to basically check it out and check her bags out before coming to the airport," traveler Brian Saldanha said


I'd actually expect her to fly so goddamn much that she forgets what crap she brings to the airport.
 
2012-09-24 03:36:40 AM

Donnchadha: Isn't the TSA Break Room that area with all the metal detectors and xray thingies?


No it's a hidden room that's the only area they are allowed to remove their costumes. Same rule as at Disney.
 
2012-09-24 03:44:41 AM
Just an office pop
 
2012-09-24 03:45:14 AM
Sounds like a rookie's first desk pop.
 
2012-09-24 03:52:52 AM
How the fark do you accidentally fire a revolver while unloading?
 
2012-09-24 03:54:02 AM
So often we've seen that firearms are not safe, not even in the hands of trained law enforcement officers. Either we ramp up gun restrictions or do away with "carry" privileges altogether.
 
HBK
2012-09-24 03:56:58 AM
Wow Fark, way to be behind my drunk, facebook-addicted uncle by half a day. Once again.

I'm losing faith in Drew and this site.
 
2012-09-24 03:57:07 AM
Action News has confirmed Republic Airlines flight attendant Jaclyn Luby was carrying a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver in her carryon.

At first I honestly read that as canyon. Imagine how less interesting the story became for me when I realized my mistake.
 
HBK
2012-09-24 03:58:08 AM
Keep your damned finger off the trigger.
 
2012-09-24 04:08:50 AM
The "TSA Break Room" is the area where people are treated like cattle and pushed to give reason to not be deemed righteous enough to pass to the other side.
 
2012-09-24 04:15:00 AM
All flight attendants should be armed.
Bring a box-cutter to a gun-fight!
 
2012-09-24 04:15:56 AM

fusillade762: A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it accidentally fired a round into the wall.

Damn. Don't they teach cops gun safety??


Not really. A lot of police departments are very, very lax on firearms training for their officers. They are just kinda like "Here's your gun, use it when you need to be a tough guy!"

There are police that are firearms experts, but usually because they like guns and play with them on their own time. Many cops know which end to point at the other guy and little more.
 
2012-09-24 04:16:48 AM
Clearly, the relevant facts of the article necessitate the lingerie calendar pic of the flight attendant in question in the article header.
 
2012-09-24 04:17:30 AM
The TSA break room is where I have to clean everyday. It's always trashed with chips mashed into the carpet, trash piled high in the can and it smells of rancid milk.

/airport janitor
 
2012-09-24 04:21:13 AM

moothemagiccow: I'd actually expect her to fly so goddamn much that she forgets what crap she brings to the airport.


The only part of the FA that's even news is the cop accidentally discharging the thing while trying to unload it. I actually know two people that did the exact same thing. And another guy who while flying put his hand in his jacket pocket and realized he had a shotgun shell in his pocket.

In other news cops accidentally fire their weapons all the time.
 
2012-09-24 04:23:16 AM
From The Farking Article: "Why would a flight attendant bring a gun, why would she carry a gun, I don't know," US Airways passenger Devrim Eren said.

Oh man, I am so glad that Devrim was there to give us his insight. The article would not have made any sense without his expert insight.
 
2012-09-24 04:48:59 AM
a "TSA break room," is where they all are when you're in line 50 deep waiting for the 3/4closed checkpoint.

/That coffee isn't going to drink itself.
//And they have the only bathroom with doors on the stalls.
 
2012-09-24 04:51:24 AM

Lsherm: A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it accidentally fired a round into the wall.

Important note here:

Action News has confirmed Republic Airlines flight attendant Jaclyn Luby was carrying a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver in her carryon.

That cop has to be stupid as shiat to get a revolver to "accidentally" fire into anything. I'd guess he pulled the trigger to find out if it was loaded and they wrote up the story later.


Unless it was in the bag cocked, yeah, my dog could unload one without it going off. Just don't pull the trigger.
 
2012-09-24 04:54:38 AM
Stay safe, America.
 
2012-09-24 05:11:26 AM
Don't they teach cops to keep their booger hook off the bang switch?
 
2012-09-24 05:58:26 AM
I love how they quote an expert: some random passenger.
 
2012-09-24 05:58:30 AM

Doctor Jan Itor: Lsherm: A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it accidentally fired a round into the wall.

Important note here:

Action News has confirmed Republic Airlines flight attendant Jaclyn Luby was carrying a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver in her carryon.

That cop has to be stupid as shiat to get a revolver to "accidentally" fire into anything. I'd guess he pulled the trigger to find out if it was loaded and they wrote up the story later.

Unless it was in the bag cocked, yeah, my dog could unload one without it going off. Just don't pull the trigger.


Huh?I don't think you can cock the hammer on these guns.
 
2012-09-24 06:16:14 AM

wildcardjack: a "TSA break room," is where they all are when you're in line 50 deep waiting for the 3/4closed checkpoint.

/That coffee isn't going to drink itself.
//And they have the only bathroom with doors on the stalls.


You forgot a few 0s.
 
2012-09-24 06:25:22 AM
But did they get to feel up any six year old girls?
 
2012-09-24 06:36:28 AM

HotWingAgenda: How the fark do you accidentally fire a revolver while unloading?


By screwing up revolver 101.

/Push one button and the bullets come out the side.
/Push another, they come out the front.
 
2012-09-24 07:05:22 AM
Cops are farking idiots. News at 11
 
2012-09-24 07:16:13 AM
She lives in Philadelphia. I'm willing to give her a pass on the handgun.
 
2012-09-24 07:26:26 AM
TFA: "A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it accidentally fired a round into the wall."

Unless the police officer is an animal or inanimate object, the line should read "A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it he accidentally fired a round into the wall."

When something is under the control of a human being, the human performs the action, not the object. If I drive my car into a gas pump, the car didn't drive into the pump, I did.
 
2012-09-24 07:30:30 AM

Babwa Wawa: TFA: "A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it accidentally fired a round into the wall."

Unless the police officer is an animal or inanimate object, the line should read "A Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it he accidentally fired a round into the wall."

When something is under the control of a human being, the human performs the action, not the object. If I drive my car into a gas pump, the car didn't drive into the pump, I did.


It depends on how badly you want to remove the officer from being responsible.
Because obviously the gun was the problem so it must have shot a hole in the wall all by itself.

/I read an article about that in effeminate male monthly.
 
2012-09-24 07:39:50 AM
I'm surprised none of you Farkers have even mentioned how "hot" the attendant is. No sharp knee comments, nothing.

FOR SHAME

/I'll bet she's made someone else's "gun" go off...
 
2012-09-24 07:49:58 AM

xanadian: I'm surprised none of you Farkers have even mentioned how "hot" the attendant is. No sharp knee comments, nothing.

FOR SHAME

/I'll bet she's made someone else's "gun" go off...


Actually she is pretty attractive. A young good looking woman, probably single maybe has kids. Either lives in a bad area or has to travel through one. She has a legal license to carry, so she wasn't illegally carrying. She travels all the time and look at how many times people forget they have things on them when going through security. After carrying a gun for a long time you could easily forget you have it on you. It happens all the time.

In fact the only person who did something really really wrong is the dumbsh*t deputy who discharged the gun while unloading it.
 
2012-09-24 07:54:18 AM
Hey, I did my first desk pop!
 
2012-09-24 08:24:34 AM
TSA break rooms are where they take your things and kick, punch, drop heavy things on them.
 
2012-09-24 08:24:49 AM
wu-e.com

Well done.
 
2012-09-24 08:28:07 AM

Ablejack: So often we've seen that firearms are not safe, not even in the hands of trained law enforcement officers. Either we ramp up gun restrictions or do away with "carry" privileges altogether.


Of course firearms aren't safe--that's what they're for. And the owner didn't fire the thing--it was safe, with her.

Guv'mint-hired idiot thugs who can't unload a revolver without almost killing someone? Far more dangerous than any firearm.
 
2012-09-24 08:46:14 AM

IAAl: Hey, I did my first desk pop!


It's a real thing, right?!
 
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