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2012-12-13 09:44:42 PM
TSA = Terrorizing the Sick and Aged 
 
2012-12-13 09:48:29 PM
That sounds a lot more like an NBA referee to me.
 
2012-12-13 10:09:02 PM
Of course. I have yet to meet a TSA Agent who didn't have an enormous amount of insecurity. This kind of bullying would be punished harshly at the girl's school. But since it's "adults" doing it, and especially since they are wearing uniforms, it's just fine.

Bathia_Mapes: TSA = Terrorizing the Sick and Aged


TSA = Thieving Self-important Assholes
 
2012-12-13 10:25:39 PM
Totally superfluous authoritarians
 
2012-12-13 11:58:47 PM
Terrorists Searching Americans
 
2012-12-14 12:01:50 AM
Now the terrorists know how to get their disabled 12-year-olds through security!
 
2012-12-14 12:05:41 AM
I don't know that sticking a camera or phone in the poor kids face rather than assuring her you were right there and everything would be fine was the best bit of parenting but what the hell do I know? 
 
I guess this is why brap jr. will never be an internet sensation.  I guess I should install a camera in the basement and post some footage of him making shoes, he's really quite good at it.  Of course I don't TELL him that, He'd probably expect thicker gruel and shoes of his own or something equally out of the question.
 
2012-12-14 12:09:53 AM
Land of the free, home of the brave.
 
2012-12-14 12:11:49 AM
"the upset little girl, in the center of your screen, in the wheelchair, in nike pants, in the blue shirt, in the tears, in
 
2012-12-14 12:33:30 AM
she must not have been a real american.
 
2012-12-14 12:56:53 AM
The TSA responded to questions about the encounter with a statement that said in part, "TSA's mission is to safely, efficiently and respectfully screen nearly two million passengers each day at airports nationwide. We are sensitive to the concerns of passengers who were not satisfied with their screening experience and we invite those individuals to provide feedback to TSA through a variety of channels."

One day one of those channels will be the ignition switch of some TSA agent's car.
 
2012-12-14 01:16:16 AM
files.abovetopsecret.com
 
2012-12-14 02:38:53 AM
"TSA's mission is to safely, efficiently and respectfully screen nearly two million passengers each day at airports nationwide"

And they do what they have to do to get the job DONE.
That's how they stopped the shoe bomber guy from getting on the plane.
And that's how they stopped the underwear bomber guy from getting on the plane eight years after the shoe guy.
 
2012-12-14 04:08:03 AM
You liberals forget where you were when the first crippled kid slammed into the tower.
 
2012-12-14 04:27:34 AM
It's time. The TSA needs to be shut down, and replaced with the old airport security we used to have prior to 9/11. The TSA is a relic of a time where people wanted to feel safe, and the TSA provided that... while never actually preventing a single terrorist attack. For years they have overstepped their bounds, abused passengers physically, emotionally and sexually, and often stolen from them as well. This is yet another blunder in TSA's long list of missteps and abuse, and it is time it was stopped.
 
2012-12-14 05:51:38 AM
I must have been on a bender when this gem came out:


TSA, union land first labor pact for security officers
 
2012-12-14 06:20:55 AM
I feel safer.
 
2012-12-14 06:21:06 AM
We are sensitive to the concerns of passengers who were not satisfied with their screening experience and we invite those individuals to provide feedback to TSA through a variety of channels."

Yeah, and I've got a bridge you may be interested in buying.
 
2012-12-14 06:23:50 AM
Let's say the regulations are loosened and sick girls in wheelchairs won't be searched anymore.

Where do you think the next terrorist is going to hide his bomb?

Security can only be achieved through eternal vigilance.
 
2012-12-14 06:24:42 AM
this kinda stuff bugs the crap out of me.

but it's the same with any area of work that has now associated itself by political decree to the regular folks of law enforcement
you can change it if you infiltrate it
..and treat people as you would like to be treated.
it seems your governmental overlords have forgotten this
 
2012-12-14 06:25:23 AM

SpikeStrip: "the upset little girl, in the center of your screen, in the wheelchair, in nike pants, in the blue shirt, in the tears, in


Exactly.

Listen I hate the TSA but the most that happened here was they delayed them boarding a bit. The girl wasn't groped, raped, felt up, locked in a dark room w/ spiders, yelled at or treated badly in any way, shape, or form (like most other TSA videos).. She had to sit in an airport for 45 minutes.. OH NOES!!! SCARY!!! The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.
 
2012-12-14 06:26:00 AM
Is it too late to say that if everyone had guns there would be no terrorism?

Wait! No! I Know!

......if everyone had private airplanes, there'd be no passenger harassment.
 
2012-12-14 06:26:44 AM
Bet you double or nothing one of the bomb squad just pointed out to the TSA that the 'explosive residue' on her hands was just dirt she picked up from the wheels on her wheelchair and that's why the TSA dropped the matter like a hot stone.
 
2012-12-14 06:27:29 AM
False positives - how do they work?

I remember 9/11. It was bad but there comes a time when you have to ask yourself if this is worse.
 
2012-12-14 06:28:04 AM

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: You liberals forget where you were when the first crippled kid slammed into the tower.


i.imgur.com
 
2012-12-14 06:28:09 AM
Wait, so if the little girl really had some kind of bomb on her, she could have blown up the entire plane because the TSA people let her go?! If TSA's going to check on somebody, no matter who it is, they better do it right and not just let it slip by. Next thing you know terrorists will really be putting bombs in wheelchairs or kids' undies because TSA will just let those people pass without a problem.
 
2012-12-14 06:30:01 AM

styckx: She had to sit in an airport for 45 minutes.. OH NOES!!! SCARY!!! The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.


Uh, that's bad enough, but she had to do it while TSA and law enforcement agents looked at her like she was a bomb threat.
 
2012-12-14 06:30:08 AM

styckx: The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.



Did you miss the part where the TSA agents wouldn't let the girl's mother near her?
 
If she had to merely wait because the flight was delayed it's unlikely she would have been forced to be separated from her mother. 
 
2012-12-14 06:30:12 AM
>"TSA's mission is to safely,

Unlikely. No film badges for the ones operating the x-ray machines proves that basic safety is abrogated, especially when it's a firing offense for being in posession of one.

>efficiently

No, you're not.

>and respectfully

Since when?

>screen nearly two million passengers each day at airports nationwide.

Boo hoo.

>We are sensitive to the concerns of passengers

Evidence over the past 10 years proves otherwise

>who were not satisfied with their screening experience

Which you just brush off

> and we invite those individuals to provide feedback to TSA through a variety of channels.

All of which are inconvenient on purpose.
 
2012-12-14 06:32:04 AM

styckx: The girl wasn't groped, raped, felt up,


Because anything and everything up to that is just fine. Right?
 
2012-12-14 06:33:59 AM

Bathia_Mapes: styckx: The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.


Did you miss the part where the TSA agents wouldn't let the girl's mother near her?
 
If she had to merely wait because the flight was delayed it's unlikely she would have been forced to be separated from her mother.


Funny the video I saw mom was right next to her the entire time.
 
2012-12-14 06:35:25 AM
I've been thru DFW dozens of times and I always felt that the TSA people were actually friendly. Now here in CLE they are drones who look half asleep.
 
2012-12-14 06:38:53 AM
brap I don't know that sticking a camera or phone in the poor kids face rather than assuring her you were right there and everything would be fine was the best bit of parenting but what the hell do I know?

I guess you didn't RTFA. The TSA goons wouldn't let the mother near the kid. I'm guessing there will never be a brap jr because you aren't bright enough to read to find out to stick slot B into hole A.
 
2012-12-14 06:39:36 AM
I would have voted for a cardboard box full of cat crap in the last presidential election if promised to shut down the TSA day one.
 
2012-12-14 06:39:55 AM
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-12-14 06:40:02 AM

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: You liberals forget where you were when the first crippled kid slammed into the tower.


Oh, shiat. Why'd I laugh at this?
 
2012-12-14 06:40:09 AM
Yeah, but TERROR !!!!!


/Farksticks
 
2012-12-14 06:44:08 AM
Where do you think the next terrorist is going to hide his bomb?

Hey, TSA agents are morons. First time I had to go through one of those stupid body scanners, I got flagged in two areas. My arthritic knee (not even an artificial one) and over my left boob. The shirt I was wearing had sequins over the left boob. Stupid TSA agent said loud enough for everybody to hear "oh, it's just the design in her shirt." So you want to smuggle something on put it under sequins.
 
2012-12-14 06:45:44 AM

ModernLuddite: Is it too late to say that if everyone had guns there would be no terrorism?

Wait! No! I Know!

......if everyone had private airplanes, there'd be no passenger harassment.


Once we get flying cars you will be required to quarter a TSA agent in your home so they can frisk you every morning.

Wait, I just had an idea for a romantic comedy!
 
2012-12-14 06:46:17 AM
The TSA already makes so many exceptions to age and disability that they can't even pretend to be acting in the interest of national security. If you're going to go full on, angry, fearful old person protector mode, you need to harass/grope/molest everyone equally. Or just don't bother. For the record, I vote for just don't bother.

But a plane exploded! Did the pilot give control of the plane to someone else? No? Then I'm ok with that.
 
2012-12-14 06:48:07 AM
for all the whining and biatching people do i say let teh tuhrrists fly the friendly skies. blow up a couple of flights here and there, kill a few hundred mericans then you pansies will have something to derp about.
 
2012-12-14 06:49:17 AM
HoneyDog:
brap I don't know that sticking a camera or phone in the poor kids face rather than assuring her you were right there and everything would be fine was the best bit of parenting but what the hell do I know?

I guess you didn't RTFA. The TSA goons wouldn't let the mother near the kid. I'm guessing there will never be a brap jr because you aren't bright enough to read to find out to stick slot B into hole A.


www.threadbombing.com
 
2012-12-14 06:49:55 AM
img.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-14 06:53:01 AM
How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?
 
2012-12-14 06:55:19 AM
Seemed like Mom was right there next to her daughter in the video and the TSA agent was trying to be nice to the young girl and Mom was poking her daughter into hysteria by complaining about it all.
 
2012-12-14 06:55:39 AM
I had an FAA inspector tell me once how the TSA gave him a hard time about his ID (they didn't recognize it and had no photo examples in their reference book (ya rly)). They pulled him into a private room, etc..... After he got out, he flipped it around, started making all kinds of phone calls and really made life hell for them.
 
2012-12-14 06:56:23 AM
Seriously? They're just doing their jobs, people.
 
2012-12-14 06:57:50 AM

Happy Hours: False positives - how do they work?

I remember 9/11. It was bad but there comes a time when you have to ask yourself if this is worse.


This is the heart of the matter for me.
9/11 was a single taumaric event that most of western society has moved on from.
TSA harassment is an abuse to the culture of the nation that is reinforced every time the common person interacts with the federal government.

If you asked me which was more ruinous to the future of America, the TSA easily wins out over al Qaeda.
 
2012-12-14 06:58:33 AM

KrispyKritter: for all the whining and biatching people do i say let teh tuhrrists fly the friendly skies. blow up a couple of flights here and there, kill a few hundred mericans then you pansies will have something to derp about.


I can't decide if it's cute or head-bangingly frustrating that you seem to actually believe that the morons with the TSA are preventing the "tuhrrists" from flying. Or doing anything else, for that matter.
 
2012-12-14 07:00:06 AM

jaybeezey: I would have voted for a cardboard box full of cat crap in the last presidential election if promised to shut down the TSA day one.


My cat has a plastic box full of crap and would like to be your candidate. She only accepts tuna in campaign donations though. She promises to shut down any 3-letter agency that you don't like including the CIA. She's particularly eager to shut down the DEA and ICE.
 
2012-12-14 07:00:45 AM
FTA: TSA claims...

You know that whatever comes after this phrase is a lie.
 
2012-12-14 07:01:04 AM
There was a time once in America where a glamour photo shot of a wife or girlfriend on your desk could land you in HR office for creating a sexual and hostile workplace
.
Where wishing the wrong person Merry Christmas instead of Happy Holiday was a sign of hostility.

Of course use of the word nubianrdly or black hole could lead to public outcry.

Oh yes and the big move to make "bullying" in school define what ever they choose it to be that day.

But somehow you put on the TSA uniform and any humiliation or dignity goes out the window.

The TSA under Bush and Obama have stolen property, bullied parents, humiliated war heroes and veterans . This organization continues without any reforms or oversight. Let drag their asses up in front of congress and explain their actions and policy procedures.

// I don't think the Israeli are pulling 80 year old holocaust survivors out of wheelchairs and breaking the will of 12 year old girls.( Been through Ben Gurion six times - pulled from line questioned and open up SLR camera.)
 
2012-12-14 07:02:16 AM
I hate the TSA, but if we are stuck with them then I want them to do the best damn job possible. And, as much as I hate to say it, things like wheelchairs and strollers and crutches are great places to hide schitt.
 
2012-12-14 07:02:44 AM
I hope I'm the first to inform Subby that "wheelchair-bound" is highly offensive and inappropriate and insensitive. If you persist in directing your hate speech at Persons Being Challenged in Exceptionally Able Conveyances, your case will be referred to the Society for the Advancement of Persons Being Challenged in Exceptionally Able Conveyances.
 
2012-12-14 07:03:39 AM
Faux outrage in this country is peaking. And subby, you are just perpetuating it.
 
2012-12-14 07:03:52 AM
Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"
 
GBB
2012-12-14 07:04:19 AM

SpikeStrip: "the upset little girl, in the center of your screen, in the wheelchair, in nike pants, in the blue shirt, in the tears, in


and the green grass grows all around, all around. The green grass grows all around.
 
2012-12-14 07:07:21 AM

unlikely: "TSA's mission is to safely, efficiently and respectfully screen nearly two million passengers each day at airports nationwide"

And they do what they have to do to get the job DONE.
That's how they stopped the shoe bomber guy from getting on the plane.
And that's how they stopped the underwear bomber guy from getting on the plane eight years after the shoe guy.


Not sure if serious or trolling, but the shoe bomber boarded the plane in Europe and the underwear bomber boarded the plane in aircraft. The TSA had absolutely nothing to do with their screening (or lack thereof).
 
2012-12-14 07:09:33 AM
Tinfoil Hat time... everyone put them on.....

Could it be, perhaps, that the TSA is a smokescreen to test the waters to find out how much abuse Americans will take before fighting back?

OK... we return you to your regularly scheduled derping... thank you.
 
2012-12-14 07:10:47 AM
Hey Barry. Wanna be one of the most beloved presidents in history? Dismantle this Nazi pedophile theft ring.
 
2012-12-14 07:14:09 AM
WTF fark filter I typed nubianrdly
An from old Norse "hnøgger", which means "miserly",

And it comes up as nubianrdly .
 
2012-12-14 07:15:32 AM

Dr.Mxyzptlk.: WTF fark filter I typed nubianrdly
An from old Norse "hnøgger", which means "miserly",

And it comes up as nubianrdly .


Ha Ha . nubianr--dly ( try to beat filter)
 
2012-12-14 07:16:09 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: Tinfoil Hat time... everyone put them on.....

Could it be, perhaps, that the TSA is a smokescreen to test the waters to find out how much abuse Americans will take before fighting back?

OK... we return you to your regularly scheduled derping... thank you.


Never attribute to malice what idiocy so easily explains.
 
2012-12-14 07:16:53 AM
"Tested positive" is their equivalent of "the dog smelled something" for K9 thug cops.
 
2012-12-14 07:19:55 AM

Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"


Even if they were profiling, they're claiming she somehow tested positive for explosives.

We get that you're a racist and it upsets you that people don't agree with it, but this is on odd thread to ply your trade.
 
2012-12-14 07:20:36 AM

Dr.Mxyzptlk.: WTF fark filter I typed nubianrdly
An from old Norse "hnøgger", which means "miserly",

And it comes up as nubianrdly .


Try "nubianrdly."
 
2012-12-14 07:21:34 AM

Caradoc: Try "nubianrdly."


I think that filter needs to learn to spell.
 
2012-12-14 07:21:34 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

Even if they were profiling, they're claiming she somehow tested positive for explosives.

We get that you're a racist and it upsets you that people don't agree with it, but this is on odd thread to ply your trade.


Haha, you really are a one trick pony aren't you? How often does playing the race card work for you in real life? Not very often? Really? Awww, that must be sad for you.
 
2012-12-14 07:23:18 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: Tinfoil Hat time... everyone put them on.....

Could it be, perhaps, that the TSA is a smokescreen to test the waters to find out how much abuse Americans will take before fighting back?

OK... we return you to your regularly scheduled derping... thank you.


Hopefully, Americans will start beating the shiat out of TSA goons on a regular basis, soon.
 
2012-12-14 07:23:37 AM

Mock26: unlikely: "TSA's mission is to safely, efficiently and respectfully screen nearly two million passengers each day at airports nationwide"

And they do what they have to do to get the job DONE.
That's how they stopped the shoe bomber guy from getting on the plane.
And that's how they stopped the underwear bomber guy from getting on the plane eight years after the shoe guy.

Not sure if serious or trolling, but the shoe bomber boarded the plane in Europe and the underwear bomber boarded the plane in aircraft. The TSA had absolutely nothing to do with their screening (or lack thereof).


Only one semi-bite. Keep trying.
 
2012-12-14 07:24:25 AM

Caradoc: Caradoc: Try "nubianrdly."

I think that filter needs to learn to spell.


Welcome to Fark, where the meaning of a word doesn't matter. If it even resembles a word that may hurt someone's feelings, it's a goner.
 
2012-12-14 07:24:54 AM
12 year old girls are the worst, good on them.
 
2012-12-14 07:25:17 AM

Mock26: unlikely: "TSA's mission is to safely, efficiently and respectfully screen nearly two million passengers each day at airports nationwide"

And they do what they have to do to get the job DONE.
That's how they stopped the shoe bomber guy from getting on the plane.
And that's how they stopped the underwear bomber guy from getting on the plane eight years after the shoe guy.

Not sure if serious or trolling, but the shoe bomber boarded the plane in Europe and the underwear bomber boarded the plane in aircraft. The TSA had absolutely nothing to do with their screening (or lack thereof).


Link

Learn it. Know it. Live it.
 
2012-12-14 07:26:19 AM

Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

Even if they were profiling, they're claiming she somehow tested positive for explosives.

We get that you're a racist and it upsets you that people don't agree with it, but this is on odd thread to ply your trade.

Haha, you really are a one trick pony aren't you? How often does playing the race card work for you in real life? Not very often? Really? Awww, that must be sad for you.


The guy who brought up racism says I'm playing a race card.

Maybe you can explain something - why is it racists like you are such pussies about it when you get called out?

You're clearly proud of your hatred, you're here spewing it at 7 in the morning. But as soon as someone acknowledges it, you can't stop crying. Why don't you just own it?
 
2012-12-14 07:27:56 AM

Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: Bet you double or nothing one of the bomb squad just pointed out to the TSA that the 'explosive residue' on her hands was just dirt she picked up from the wheels on her wheelchair and that's why the TSA dropped the matter like a hot stone.


Duh, the floor of the airport is covered in explosives residue from all the shoe bombers they didn't catch

Wonder what the testing approval process was for the "explosive residue swab for dummies" kit the TSA uses & the incidence rate of false positives.
 
2012-12-14 07:28:10 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

Even if they were profiling, they're claiming she somehow tested positive for explosives.

We get that you're a racist and it upsets you that people don't agree with it, but this is on odd thread to ply your trade.

Haha, you really are a one trick pony aren't you? How often does playing the race card work for you in real life? Not very often? Really? Awww, that must be sad for you.

The guy who brought up racism says I'm playing a race card.

Maybe you can explain something - why is it racists like you are such pussies about it when you get called out?

You're clearly proud of your hatred, you're here spewing it at 7 in the morning. But as soon as someone acknowledges it, you can't stop crying. Why don't you just own it?


Explain how I'm a racist, and I'll own it if it makes even a modicum of sense.

I won't be holding my breath...
 
2012-12-14 07:28:33 AM

brap: I don't know that sticking a camera or phone in the poor kids face rather than assuring her you were right there and everything would be fine was the best bit of parenting but what the hell do I know? 
 
I guess this is why brap jr. will never be an internet sensation.  I guess I should install a camera in the basement and post some footage of him making shoes, he's really quite good at it.  Of course I don't TELL him that, He'd probably expect thicker gruel and shoes of his own or something equally out of the question.


Not much, but you don't seem to let that stop you from lecturing everyone else.

She couldn't get near the kid. And she's also quoted as trying to reassure the kid. Maybe it's too much for you to handle, but most people can both hold a cell phone in their hand and say nice things from their mouths at the same time. It's not really a one-or-the-other kind of thing.

But seriously, thanks for speaking up and letting other parents know they're Doing It Wrong and you would TOTES be better at it if it were you in that situation. It's not like documenting a situation that might get ugly could ever be, like, useful or anything.
 
2012-12-14 07:29:00 AM

HoneyDog: So you want to smuggle something on put it under sequins.


I don't think I would want to be known as the Bedazzled Bomber if I ever got caught
 
2012-12-14 07:29:27 AM
The fact that she's wheelchair-bound isn't exactly relevant here. The TSA give everybody a hard time equally.
 
2012-12-14 07:32:00 AM

bunner: Hey Barry. Wanna be one of the most beloved presidents in history? Dismantle this Nazi pedophile theft ring.


THIS


Those of you that fly are supporting this Nazi Pedophile ring, and are no better.
 
2012-12-14 07:32:13 AM

Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"


It would have been better without the tired "ONE!" thing.
 
2012-12-14 07:32:44 AM

RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?


Felt up and nekkid pitchers !
 
2012-12-14 07:32:46 AM
imgs.xkcd.com

Personally, I'm with Lewis Black. If I get to go from one point in this country to another in just a few hours and have someone get to touch my balls, I'd fly more often, and find a way to charge the TSA a baggage fee.
 
2012-12-14 07:35:44 AM

styckx: SpikeStrip: "the upset little girl, in the center of your screen, in the wheelchair, in nike pants, in the blue shirt, in the tears, in

Exactly.

Listen I hate the TSA but the most that happened here was they delayed them boarding a bit. The girl wasn't groped, raped, felt up, locked in a dark room w/ spiders, yelled at or treated badly in any way, shape, or form (like most other TSA videos).. She had to sit in an airport for 45 minutes.. OH NOES!!! SCARY!!! The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.


A scared little girl was denied access to her mother and placed in a public display. All mental scars do not come from groping or raping.
 
2012-12-14 07:36:21 AM

Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

Even if they were profiling, they're claiming she somehow tested positive for explosives.

We get that you're a racist and it upsets you that people don't agree with it, but this is on odd thread to ply your trade.

Haha, you really are a one trick pony aren't you? How often does playing the race card work for you in real life? Not very often? Really? Awww, that must be sad for you.

The guy who brought up racism says I'm playing a race card.

Maybe you can explain something - why is it racists like you are such pussies about it when you get called out?

You're clearly proud of your hatred, you're here spewing it at 7 in the morning. But as soon as someone acknowledges it, you can't stop crying. Why don't you just own it?

Explain how I'm a racist


You have an extreme dislike for other races. Maybe it's just part of your politics? You're a known 30%er, so you don't often think for yourself.
 
2012-12-14 07:36:57 AM

Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"


You misspelled a bunch of words, let me ftfy:

Libs: "Could we please have actual security instead of bad security theater? We understand that profiling as well as molesting everyone are both extremes that are equally ineffective, and would be happy with security that understands absolute elimination of all risks is impossible. But that's because we're not pansy bedwetters who load their drawers at the sight of anyone brown and beturbaned."
 
2012-12-14 07:37:44 AM

I sound fat: The girl wasn't groped, raped, felt up, locked in a dark room w/ spiders, yelled at or treated badly


Well, I think we should all just drop to our knees and suck off every one of these dime store thugs in gratitude for their restraint.
 
2012-12-14 07:39:06 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

Even if they were profiling, they're claiming she somehow tested positive for explosives.

We get that you're a racist and it upsets you that people don't agree with it, but this is on odd thread to ply your trade.

Haha, you really are a one trick pony aren't you? How often does playing the race card work for you in real life? Not very often? Really? Awww, that must be sad for you.

The guy who brought up racism says I'm playing a race card.

Maybe you can explain something - why is it racists like you are such pussies about it when you get called out?

You're clearly proud of your hatred, you're here spewing it at 7 in the morning. But as soon as someone acknowledges it, you can't stop crying. Why don't you just own it?

Explain how I'm a racist

You have an extreme dislike for other races. Maybe it's just part of your politics? You're a known 30%er, so you don't often think for yourself.


[citation needed]
 
2012-12-14 07:40:09 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

You misspelled a bunch of words, let me ftfy:

Libs: "Could we please have actual security instead of bad security theater? We understand that profiling as well as molesting everyone are both extremes that are equally ineffective, and would be happy with security that understands absolute elimination of all risks is impossible. But that's because we're not pansy bedwetters who load their drawers at the sight of anyone brown and beturbaned."


You left out Unicorns in your BS utopia. You can never forget the Unicorns.
 
2012-12-14 07:42:38 AM
nubianrdly Boobies.
filterpwned win?
 
2012-12-14 07:42:48 AM

Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: Bet you double or nothing one of the bomb squad just pointed out to the TSA that the 'explosive residue' on her hands was just dirt she picked up from the wheels on her wheelchair and that's why the TSA dropped the matter like a hot stone.


certain brands of hand lotion
 
2012-12-14 07:42:58 AM

I sound fat: styckx: SpikeStrip: "the upset little girl, in the center of your screen, in the wheelchair, in nike pants, in the blue shirt, in the tears, in

Exactly.

Listen I hate the TSA but the most that happened here was they delayed them boarding a bit. The girl wasn't groped, raped, felt up, locked in a dark room w/ spiders, yelled at or treated badly in any way, shape, or form (like most other TSA videos).. She had to sit in an airport for 45 minutes.. OH NOES!!! SCARY!!! The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.

A scared little girl was denied access to her mother and placed in a public display. All mental scars do not come from groping or raping.


He mother was right farking next to her. RIGHT NEXT TO HER WITH A CAMERA POINTED IN HER FACE.

God damn how the fark are people watching that video and then having the balls to walk in here and recite the "Seperated from her mother" line.. SHE WAS RIGHT NEXT TO HER..
 
2012-12-14 07:44:29 AM

Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

Even if they were profiling, they're claiming she somehow tested positive for explosives.

We get that you're a racist and it upsets you that people don't agree with it, but this is on odd thread to ply your trade.

Haha, you really are a one trick pony aren't you? How often does playing the race card work for you in real life? Not very often? Really? Awww, that must be sad for you.

The guy who brought up racism says I'm playing a race card.

Maybe you can explain something - why is it racists like you are such pussies about it when you get called out?

You're clearly proud of your hatred, you're here spewing it at 7 in the morning. But as soon as someone acknowledges it, you can't stop crying. Why don't you just own it?

Explain how I'm a racist

You have an extreme dislike for other races. Maybe it's just part of your politics? You're a known 30%er, so you don't often think for yourself.

[citation needed]


Sorry, I'm not one of those freaks that keeps notes on Fark handles. But don't you worry, I'll always point out your racism for you. Not that you're unaware of it, you revel in it.
 
Xai
2012-12-14 07:44:50 AM
Why is it that people support the TSA despite the fact that in 11 years they have caught 0 terrorists?

I mean seriously, any other organisation with that kind of track record would have been shut down ages ago.
 
2012-12-14 07:45:45 AM
If you stick up for the people who wipe their ass with your way of life in order to "preserve" it, whatever they say you have to do BECOMES your way of life. And that's how fascism gets it's foot in the door, you bed wetters. Over and over again. Buy a book.
 
2012-12-14 07:46:40 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

Even if they were profiling, they're claiming she somehow tested positive for explosives.

We get that you're a racist and it upsets you that people don't agree with it, but this is on odd thread to ply your trade.

Haha, you really are a one trick pony aren't you? How often does playing the race card work for you in real life? Not very often? Really? Awww, that must be sad for you.

The guy who brought up racism says I'm playing a race card.

Maybe you can explain something - why is it racists like you are such pussies about it when you get called out?

You're clearly proud of your hatred, you're here spewing it at 7 in the morning. But as soon as someone acknowledges it, you can't stop crying. Why don't you just own it?

Explain how I'm a racist

You have an extreme dislike for other races. Maybe it's just part of your politics? You're a known 30%er, so you don't often think for yourself.

[citation needed]

Sorry, I'm not one of those freaks that keeps notes on Fark handles. But don't you worry, I'll always point out your racism for you. Not that you're unaware of it, you revel in it.


OK, I'll be waiting. In the meantime, enjoy your delusional existence.
 
2012-12-14 07:47:43 AM

Xai: Why is it that people support the TSA despite the fact that in 11 years they have caught 0 terrorists?

I mean seriously, any other organisation with that kind of track record would have been shut down ages ago.


Once government opens up a revenue vein, let alone one that also gives them a handy army of thugs, they never, ever, ever, close it again. Never. Pitchforks and torches may pull the needle out, but legislation never will.
 
2012-12-14 07:49:11 AM

Dr.Mxyzptlk.: I don't think the Israeli are pulling 80 year old holocaust survivors out of wheelchairs and breaking the will of 12 year old girls.( Been through Ben Gurion six times - pulled from line questioned and open up SLR camera.)


I've lost count of the number of times I've been through Riyadh and Jeddah. At least six times through Amman and twice each through Lahore and Karachi (Pakistan), and NONE of those places made security into the ordeal that the U.S. does. All of those places face an incomparably higher threat than any U.S. airport and all of them are under the jurisdiction of governments which don't give two shiats for the human dignity of foreigners passing through (excluding VIPs). I could get a gun through Riyadh International.

I've worked in corrections. No experience in my life more closely resembles being checked into prison than coming into the U.S. via an airport*. The U.S. is the only country I wouldn't bring my laptop into (the only country I've been to that would search it and confiscate it if they couldn't get the passwords) the only country that has tried to intimidate me on the basis of my travel history, and the only one that has demanded to know where I would be staying AND I'M A FARKING CITIZEN. It's a national disgrace that we've allowed fear to thrust us into a posture that even a decrepit monarchy and a depraved kleptocracy haven't sunk to.

*In fairness, visiting a U.S. embassy is as much like going to prison, but they have an excuse and have never treated me with anything less than courtesy and respect. They also mind their own their own business. It's odd that the Embassy in Amman wasn't interested in why I was in Jordan but the bozos in SeaTac were.
 
2012-12-14 07:52:14 AM
The only solution to government overreach:

crisisboom.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-12-14 07:53:13 AM

Silly Jesus: OK, I'll be waiting. In the meantime, enjoy your delusional existence.


Ok racist.
 
2012-12-14 07:56:36 AM
Folks?

I got bad news.

If you want to start fixing things, you might have to be a bit inconvenienced.

Because the only way to kill a leviathan is to starve it and if you keep buying plane tickets, they're gonna keep treating you like a criminal, feeling up your 6 year old girl's genitals and stealing your property. The ONLY way, short of armed revolution in the streets, to get these thugs off your backs is to throw the switch on their money. Because it's the only reason anything in this country exists at all.
 
2012-12-14 07:59:53 AM
My impression of TSA agents is that most of them wouldn't stand a chance of getting a job anywhere else.
 
2012-12-14 08:03:21 AM

I sound fat: styckx: SpikeStrip: "the upset little girl, in the center of your screen, in the wheelchair, in nike pants, in the blue shirt, in the tears, in

Exactly.

Listen I hate the TSA but the most that happened here was they delayed them boarding a bit. The girl wasn't groped, raped, felt up, locked in a dark room w/ spiders, yelled at or treated badly in any way, shape, or form (like most other TSA videos).. She had to sit in an airport for 45 minutes.. OH NOES!!! SCARY!!! The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.

A scared little girl was denied access to her mother and placed in a public display. All mental scars do not come from groping or raping.


very true and yet if this mother really was concerned for her daughter's mental state she should have put down the cell phone and spoke to her daughter in a calming manner that everything would be okay and not try to scare her about how "wrong" the TSA folks are for doing their job.
 
2012-12-14 08:03:30 AM
TSA douchenozzles harass wheelchair-bound 12-year-old-girl until she cries, then just let her go

Eenie meenie minie moe.
 
2012-12-14 08:04:24 AM

ChrisDe: My impression of TSA agents is that most of them wouldn't stand a chance of getting a job anywhere else.


This is what happens when you knock together the front line of a federal agency with ads off of pizza cartons and grab every dick squeezing, lip biting, failed security guard, pedophile and shoplifter who's too thick to swing a hammer and give them snappy shirts and badges. Kind of funny how this whole alphabet soup, terrorist alert level, 1,000 page jackbooted clusterf*ck was ready to roll out a week after Sept. 11th from a government that can't even legislate assigned parking spaces in a year's time.
 
2012-12-14 08:05:15 AM

I sound fat: styckx: SpikeStrip: "the upset little girl, in the center of your screen, in the wheelchair, in nike pants, in the blue shirt, in the tears, in

Exactly.

Listen I hate the TSA but the most that happened here was they delayed them boarding a bit. The girl wasn't groped, raped, felt up, locked in a dark room w/ spiders, yelled at or treated badly in any way, shape, or form (like most other TSA videos).. She had to sit in an airport for 45 minutes.. OH NOES!!! SCARY!!! The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.

A scared little girl was denied access to her mother and placed in a public display. All mental scars do not come from groping or raping.


I guess when you have an AW mother who overreacts to everything you do have some mental scarring.
 
2012-12-14 08:05:40 AM
I must be the only person who isn't outraged over this. Is it silly? No, not really, if she tested positive for bomb residue. Is it likely she has a bomb? Who's to say? The 9/11 planes were hijacked by boxcutters. Someone else tried to blow up a plane with a bomb in his shoe. Kid in a wheel chair? Seems unlikely until it happens. The other passenger reactions as well as the mom's is partially responsible for the kid getting all upset. I'm not trying to defend the TSA or take a side on big government. What I am saying is if they get a positive test for explosives, their job is to look into it. Their job is NOT to say "Well, it is just a 12 year old, and she she's already suffered enough with being confined to a wheel chair." The dumb part of this is that we live in a world where this type of procedure is necessary. So getting outraged at the people who are doing their job is pointless.
 
2012-12-14 08:06:02 AM

Waldo Pepper: very true and yet if this mother really was concerned for her daughter's mental state she should have put down the cell phone and spoke to her daughter in a calming manner that everything would be okay and not try to scare her about how "wrong" the TSA folks are for doing their job.


Yeah, I think what's key here isn't a bunch of sadist pedophiles driving a 12 year old cripple to tears, but her failure as a parent.

0/10
 
2012-12-14 08:07:08 AM
Here is the thing. Short of the extremely low possibility of someone trying to get an explosive device on their person on board a plane ( which shoe bomber and underwear bomber tried and failed at)...we will not see another 9/11 style hostage takeover or attack again in the US anytime soon.

The old way of thinking was everyone stay calm, don't react, give the captors what they want and everyone lives - don't try to take them down or be a hero...

The new way of thinking is tackle their ass to the ground in the most violent way possible.
 
2012-12-14 08:07:14 AM

Happy Hours: jaybeezey: I would have voted for a cardboard box full of cat crap in the last presidential election if promised to shut down the TSA day one.

My cat has a plastic box full of crap and would like to be your candidate. She only accepts tuna in campaign donations though. She promises to shut down any 3-letter agency that you don't like including the CIA. She's particularly eager to shut down the DEA and ICE.


thegreensshop.com

Legalize it and tax it, man!
 
2012-12-14 08:07:21 AM

WinoRhino: The dumb part of this is that we live in a world where we actually believe that this type of procedure is necessary.


F
 
2012-12-14 08:09:02 AM

unlikely: "TSA's mission is to safely, efficiently and respectfully screen nearly two million passengers each day at airports nationwide"

And they do what they have to do to get the job DONE.
That's how they stopped the shoe bomber guy from getting on the plane.
And that's how they stopped the underwear bomber guy from getting on the plane eight years after the shoe guy.


Kind of hard to do that when they got on in another country.

But please, don't let that stop you...

Both guys were also on various "no-fly" lists. That worked swimmingly, didn't it?

/love me some TSA hate, but got to point this one out
 
2012-12-14 08:09:35 AM
I swear this is real...you can buy it on amazon:

ecx.images-amazon.com
 
2012-12-14 08:12:52 AM
Oh, goody! Thread's an hour old, already a hundred posts, mostly foaming and huffing about the TSA. I know this, and didn't read a single post.) Lame, even for Fark.
 
2012-12-14 08:13:09 AM

bunner: F


F? So you're suggesting airport security isn't needed?
 
2012-12-14 08:14:03 AM

rico567: Oh, goody! Thread's an hour old, already a hundred posts, mostly foaming and huffing about the TSA. I know this, and didn't read a single post.) Lame, even for Fark.


So, you got nothing, you just sit and fart at people who actually have opinions? THAT'S not lame? : )
 
2012-12-14 08:14:26 AM
I spent a few weeks flying aground China this year. There were no luggage transfers at lay overs so you had go through security each time. I went to Tibet where tensions were high and through the whole thing the only trouble I had was in Chicago where the line was over an hour to recheck after customs.

The procedures in China were very similar to the US but the work force was professional. If you for got a battery in your checked luggage they just asked you to show it to them, water bottle in carry on just need to be tossed it was never a huge federal case. If lines got long they would open an other, if one area was full they would open another inspection point. I don't think I waited more the 20 minutes any where and some of these airports were huge.

If we had a professional work force who had the power to make intelligent decisions the same security procedures would seem like nothing.
 
2012-12-14 08:15:17 AM
Well I feel safer.
 
2012-12-14 08:16:48 AM

Silly Jesus: Caradoc: Caradoc: Try "nubianrdly."

I think that filter needs to learn to spell.

Welcome to Fark, where the meaning of a word doesn't matter. If it even resembles a word that may hurt someone's feelings, it's a goner.


You guys are attributing too much intelligence to the Fark filter... The filter is dumb... All it's doing it looking for the letter "n" followed by the letter "i" followed by "gga", and wherever it finds a match, at the start of a word, at the end of a word, or in the middle (sometimes even backwards!), it replaces it with "nubian"... It's not so much a grand conspiracy of political correctness, but just really shiatty programming...

/Just testing an old one to see if it still works: bagging...
//Used to become "bnaibung"...
 
2012-12-14 08:17:12 AM

WinoRhino: bunner: F

F? So you're suggesting airport security isn't needed?


Perhaps the current type of airport security isn't needed. This isn't an either/or situation. "Either TSA or terruh!"
 
2012-12-14 08:17:39 AM

WinoRhino: bunner: F

F? So you're suggesting airport security isn't needed?


Yes.

Absolutely! That strawman is wearing MY suit just perfectly!

Yup.

We either just let any mook with a ticket wander in, festooned with C4, or just keep employing Nazis, thieves and pedophiles to grunt and scratch their nuts while performing the demeaning security theater fandango! yeah, boyee, ya got me. : /
 
2012-12-14 08:17:47 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: OK, I'll be waiting. In the meantime, enjoy your delusional existence.

Ok racist.


Lol.
 
2012-12-14 08:19:31 AM
I wonder if there will ever be a spontaneous mob that attacks a TSA checkpoint when they do some foolishly typical; perhaps a anal cavity search of a 3 year old boy right there next to the rape scanner.

BUT WE WERE JUST DOING OUR JOBS.
 
2012-12-14 08:20:42 AM

RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?


As many of us here in Cali would say "you get nada".

Have a good day sir, and you may now put your underpants back on your bare ass. Unless you wanna be a registered sex offender. That's just how we roll in the US.

/touching other people's privates if you work for the government - totally cool
//peeing in an alley behind a dumpster cuz there's nowhere else to go? - PERVERT!!!
 
2012-12-14 08:20:58 AM

THX 1138: Seriously? They're just doing their jobs, people.


I normally agree with your posts, but not this time. This is just a tiny example of a politcal system gone mad. The whole thing is rotten from top to bottom.

/I would continue, but I feel compelled to return to my bunker. A lot these days. 
 
2012-12-14 08:21:30 AM

GORDON: BUT WE WERE JUST DOING OUR JOBS.


You know who else were just doing their jobs?
 
2012-12-14 08:21:31 AM
Is this the thread where we mock and chastise a bunch of people who are just trying to do a hard and vitally important job for a largely ungrateful populace because of a single unfortunate incident at one airport involving one person and one test?

Good, because as far as I can tell nothing I put in that first paragraph is actually true except for the part about what this thread is for.
 
2012-12-14 08:23:19 AM

Vegan Meat Popsicle: Is this the thread where we mock and chastise a bunch of people who are just trying to do a hard and vitally important job for a largely ungrateful populace because of a single unfortunate incident at one airport involving one person and one test?

Good, because as far as I can tell nothing I put in that first paragraph is actually true except for the part about what this thread is for.


Sober up and then try again. That was incomprehensible.

[citation needed]
 
2012-12-14 08:23:48 AM

LarryDan43: 12 year old girls are the worst, good on them.


Yea, no shiat, right? Especially the ones in wheel chairs. i know I feel safer knowing these fine folks at the TSA have my back!
 
2012-12-14 08:24:47 AM

bunner: We either just let any mook with a ticket wander in, festooned with C4, or just keep employing Nazis, thieves and pedophiles to grunt and scratch their nuts while performing the demeaning security theater fandango! yeah, boyee, ya got me. : /


Read what I wrote again. But this time, comprehend it. Give it a shot. I'll wait.
Okay, see what it says? The current system outlines procedures which may be pretty dumb. But the current system in place mandates the TSA people do what they did. If you're suggesting, as a TSA employee, you would have stood up and said "Gosh golly, this is silly, and I shan't be a party to it, no sirree!" Then I call you a liar. My point is don't get pissed at the people who did what they were supposed to do.

Carn: Perhaps the current type of airport security isn't needed. This isn't an either/or situation. "Either TSA or terruh!"


Isn't that my point? As it stands, this is the system. If I walk through and they detect bomb residue, it doesn't matter my age, race, handicap or anything else. They have to be thorough and follow up on it. Otherwise, what's the point of it being in place at all? Of course the system needs to be changed, and perhaps this is an example of why. But to get pissed at the low-level people doing what they're told is a complete waste of time.
 
2012-12-14 08:27:06 AM

WinoRhino: Read what I wrote again. But this time, comprehend it. Give it a shot. I'll wait.


Ha ha, you just tried to sell me an authority posture. You're a failure. Bye. : )
 
2012-12-14 08:29:36 AM

Endive Wombat: Here is the thing. Short of the extremely low possibility of someone trying to get an explosive device on their person on board a plane ( which shoe bomber and underwear bomber tried and failed at)...we will not see another 9/11 style hostage takeover or attack again in the US anytime soon.

The old way of thinking was everyone stay calm, don't react, give the captors what they want and everyone lives - don't try to take them down or be a hero...

The new way of thinking is tackle their ass to the ground in the most violent way possible.


Yes the probability of a bomb on the plane is extremely small. So the probability of two bombs on a plane is so exponentially smaller it is practically zero.

That's why I always carry my own bomb.

/not mine
 
2012-12-14 08:29:51 AM

bunner: Ha ha, you just tried to sell me an authority posture. You're a failure. Bye. : )


And dismissing me isn't? Nice work.
Look, if you want to misinterpret posts to fit what you want to read and get worked up over, that's fine. But I suggest exercise instead as it gets the heart pumping in a more productive manner.
 
2012-12-14 08:30:12 AM

WinoRhino: Otherwise, what's the point of it being in place at all?


Yea, a lot of us are wondering exactly that. Of course, the more important bit you're ignoring is that it took them nearly an hour to figure out that a wheelchair-bound 12 year old girl with an established history of making this exact same flight without incident didn't have a goddamn bomb.

WinoRhino: But to get pissed at the low-level people doing what they're told is a complete waste of time.


Oh, bullshiat. This is the same dumb attitude people use with telemarketers. They chose to do it, they know what they have to do, if they don't know what they're doing is bullshiat it's their problem. If they willingly choose to be an active part of the bullshiat, it's still their problem.

If the low level people have the authority to cause this much inconvenience and disturbance in people's lives, they hold enough responsibility to be roundly criticized for any bad outcome.
 
2012-12-14 08:30:51 AM
We deserve the TSA.

Last week, 3 people in 2 hours tried to bring guns through security at the Atlanta airport. Two of them were loaded (the guns, not the people, although that might explain things.). Each person simply "forgot" they were carrying a gun. How stupid does a person have to be to forget they're carrying a loaded gun with them?

If people would stop trying to bring loaded guns on to airplanes, then maybe TSA would ease up a bit.

http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/tsa-3-people-2-hours-brought-gun s -security-checkpo/nTNH9/
 
2012-12-14 08:31:28 AM
And as far as nailing up people who are doing what they are told to do - for the results of their actions - yes, sh*t yes and I'll pony up for a box of nails. Developing and standing conscionable behavior is the duty of every free man.
 
2012-12-14 08:32:08 AM

TheOtherMisterP: If people would stop trying to bring loaded guns on to airplanes, then maybe TSA would ease up a bit.


I doubt it.
 
2012-12-14 08:32:18 AM

Silly Jesus: HotWingConspiracy: Silly Jesus: OK, I'll be waiting. In the meantime, enjoy your delusional existence.

Ok racist.

Lol.


Still upset you can't get some of your racism past the filter? I know you guys view that as a huge blow to your freedoms and such.
 
2012-12-14 08:33:13 AM

Cheron: I spent a few weeks flying aground China this year. There were no luggage transfers at lay overs so you had go through security each time. I went to Tibet where tensions were high and through the whole thing the only trouble I had was in Chicago where the line was over an hour to recheck after customs.

The procedures in China were very similar to the US but the work force was professional. If you for got a battery in your checked luggage they just asked you to show it to them, water bottle in carry on just need to be tossed it was never a huge federal case. If lines got long they would open an other, if one area was full they would open another inspection point. I don't think I waited more the 20 minutes any where and some of these airports were huge.

If we had a professional work force who had the power to make intelligent decisions the same security procedures would seem like nothing.


Same when my sis and I were flying to Norway on what seemed liked a weekly basis. Security in Norway was a breeze. Security in the US, a total, "where is my laptop, you bastards?" cuz it went through the scanner and disappeared. Then, cuz I complained (while cursing) I guess, I was "randomly selected" for special screening and the lines were long and the workers were rude and poorly trained. If someone wants to feel me up, they better buy me a drink first.
 
2012-12-14 08:33:36 AM

WinoRhino: bunner: We either just let any mook with a ticket wander in, festooned with C4, or just keep employing Nazis, thieves and pedophiles to grunt and scratch their nuts while performing the demeaning security theater fandango! yeah, boyee, ya got me. : /

Read what I wrote again. But this time, comprehend it. Give it a shot. I'll wait.
Okay, see what it says? The current system outlines procedures which may be pretty dumb. But the current system in place mandates the TSA people do what they did. If you're suggesting, as a TSA employee, you would have stood up and said "Gosh golly, this is silly, and I shan't be a party to it, no sirree!" Then I call you a liar. My point is don't get pissed at the people who did what they were supposed to do.

Carn: Perhaps the current type of airport security isn't needed. This isn't an either/or situation. "Either TSA or terruh!"

Isn't that my point? As it stands, this is the system. If I walk through and they detect bomb residue, it doesn't matter my age, race, handicap or anything else. They have to be thorough and follow up on it. Otherwise, what's the point of it being in place at all? Of course the system needs to be changed, and perhaps this is an example of why. But to get pissed at the low-level people doing what they're told is a complete waste of time.


No it isn't a waste of time. Having my fourth amendment rights violated pisses me off and it pisses me off when someone else's fourth amendment rights are in a wheelchair, like a girl in a wheelchair.

Intelligence stops terrorist attacks, not abusing the citizenry. Roll it back to magnetic machines only, bomb sniffing dogs and national guardsmen at every airport. Anything beyond that should be something you opt into. Want the full cavity search, you get to fly on I'm A Coward Airways. The rest of us will be on Liberty Air.
 
2012-12-14 08:35:13 AM

TheOtherMisterP: We deserve the TSA.

Last week, 3 people in 2 hours tried to bring guns through security at the Atlanta airport. Two of them were loaded (the guns, not the people, although that might explain things.). Each person simply "forgot" they were carrying a gun. How stupid does a person have to be to forget they're carrying a loaded gun with them?

If people would stop trying to bring loaded guns on to airplanes, then maybe TSA would ease up a bit.

http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/tsa-3-people-2-hours-brought-gun s -security-checkpo/nTNH9/


You know what stops people from bringing guns on planes? Magnetic detectors like we had before the TSA existed.
 
2012-12-14 08:35:49 AM

Vegan Meat Popsicle: Yea, a lot of us are wondering exactly that. Of course, the more important bit you're ignoring is that it took them nearly an hour to figure out that a wheelchair-bound 12 year old girl with an established history of making this exact same flight without incident didn't have a goddamn bomb.


That's an excellent point. Why didn't they have that info? Do they have a flight history database on hand to look this stuff up? Are they instructed to? Do the same people always work the same terminals so they know who the regulars are?

Vegan Meat Popsicle: Oh, bullshiat. This is the same dumb attitude people use with telemarketers. They chose to do it, they know what they have to do, if they don't know what they're doing is bullshiat it's their problem. If they willingly choose to be an active part of the bullshiat, it's still their problem.


Oh, come on now. Next you'll blame the cashiers at McDonalds for the nation's obesity epidemic. You want some guy who can't get any other type of job and otherwise would be in the unemployment line to rock the boat? What does it actually accomplish in the long run giving the frontline TSA people crap?
 
2012-12-14 08:35:56 AM

EVERYBODY PANIC: I normally agree with your posts, but not this time


If Fark had a sarcasm html button, I'd have used it when writing my post.
 
2012-12-14 08:37:13 AM

Carn: No it isn't a waste of time. Having my fourth amendment rights violated pisses me off and it pisses me off when someone else's fourth amendment rights are in a wheelchair, like a girl in a wheelchair.


Then stop yelling at the guy with the beeping wand and start yelling at the people with the ability to change something.
 
2012-12-14 08:37:35 AM

Caradoc: KrispyKritter: for all the whining and biatching people do i say let teh tuhrrists fly the friendly skies. blow up a couple of flights here and there, kill a few hundred mericans then you pansies will have something to derp about.

I can't decide if it's cute or head-bangingly frustrating that you seem to actually believe that the morons with the TSA are preventing the "tuhrrists" from flying. Or doing anything else, for that matter.


Yeah, probably trolling. Anyone with half a brain should realize that it would be a way better strategy to not even try to board a plane with a bomb... just detonate it 10 feet from the security gate. You're surrounded by hundreds of people, and haven't been screened yet.

If this isn't happening, then either the "terrorists" are too stupid to realize this obvious strategy, or non-existent. Which one is it?
 
2012-12-14 08:38:26 AM
www.crystalinks.com

"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain
a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
 
2012-12-14 08:39:52 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: Tinfoil Hat time... everyone put them on.....

Could it be, perhaps, that the TSA is a smokescreen to test the waters to find out how much abuse Americans will take before fighting back?

OK... we return you to your regularly scheduled derping... thank you.


Not as crazy as you might think. Imagine for a second that 9/11 didn't happen to "justify" the increased "security", and GWB institutes the TSA instead to get rid of some unionized workers or something.

Do you think people would have still bought into it? shiat, you even have morons defending the practice, just look at this thread. It does NOTHING to make us more secure, but people will defend the theater...because what would happen if we stop????

To be honest, the most invasive security I've been through wasn't in America, it was when I was leaving Amsterdam. Invasive, but extremely polite. Rapeyscan machine, no option offered [interestingly, the security is just before the waiting area for each flight, at least mine was]. When they detected my moneybelt, I was asked very nicely to pull it out (the moneybelt), and then to unzip it for them. They apologized and said thank you. American security has never even detected it, but I think if they did, I'd have some asshole's hand down my pants and a threat not to resist.
 
2012-12-14 08:40:15 AM

ko_kyi: Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: Bet you double or nothing one of the bomb squad just pointed out to the TSA that the 'explosive residue' on her hands was just dirt she picked up from the wheels on her wheelchair and that's why the TSA dropped the matter like a hot stone.

certain brands of hand lotion


Shhh, don't let the TSA know that, or else they'll ban bringing hand lotion through security.
 
2012-12-14 08:40:21 AM
The TSA will never go away, unfortunately. It's like the war on (some) drugs. Too many people making money off of it.

CSB alert.

Flew to Ft. Meyers out of Chas., WV. I forgot I had my Gerber multi tool in my pocket so I figured "what the hell" and put it I the bucket with my change, wallet and assorted odds and sods. It ran through the scanner and nobody said a word. Back in pocket, complete with knives.

Mailed it back to myself from FL, though. Them folks was serious.

End CSB.
 
2012-12-14 08:42:38 AM
It's hotter when the girl in the wheelchair cries
 
2012-12-14 08:42:47 AM

THX 1138: EVERYBODY PANIC: I normally agree with your posts, but not this time

If Fark had a sarcasm html button, I'd have used it when writing my post.


*climbs out of bunker*
*reads comment*

Whew! I thought we'd lost you there.
*beer for breakfast. relaxes*
 
2012-12-14 08:43:18 AM

WinoRhino: Carn: No it isn't a waste of time. Having my fourth amendment rights violated pisses me off and it pisses me off when someone else's fourth amendment rights are in a wheelchair, like a girl in a wheelchair.

Then stop yelling at the guy with the beeping wand and start yelling at the people with the ability to change something.


I'll yell at whoever I want!

/still early
//need more coffee
 
2012-12-14 08:44:25 AM

Happy Hours: False positives - how do they work?

I remember 9/11. It was bad but there comes a time when you have to ask yourself if this is worse.


And that time was about a DECADE AGO.
 
2012-12-14 08:44:29 AM

Carn: I'll yell at whoever I want!

/still early
//need more coffee


Me too. My point wasn't worth arguing this much over.
 
2012-12-14 08:46:06 AM

RobSeace: Silly Jesus: Caradoc: Caradoc: Try "nubianrdly."

I think that filter needs to learn to spell.

Welcome to Fark, where the meaning of a word doesn't matter. If it even resembles a word that may hurt someone's feelings, it's a goner.

You guys are attributing too much intelligence to the Fark filter... The filter is dumb... All it's doing it looking for the letter "n" followed by the letter "i" followed by "gga", and wherever it finds a match, at the start of a word, at the end of a word, or in the middle (sometimes even backwards!), it replaces it with "nubian"... It's not so much a grand conspiracy of political correctness, but just really shiatty programming...

/Just testing an old one to see if it still works: bagging...
//Used to become "bnaibung"...

http://www.fark.com/comments/7485480/TSA-douchenozzles-harass-wheelch a ir-bound-12-year-old-girl-until-she-cries-then-just-let-her-go?startid =81276048#b


I tried adding a hyphen between the letters and it didn't clear.

I am going to try spelling it backwards. get the mirror ready .nubianrdly

yldraggin.
 
2012-12-14 08:47:40 AM
Then stop yelling at the guy with the beeping wand and start yelling at the people with the ability to change something.

"Pick up that piece of dogsh*t and smear it on that person's face and we'll give you a paycheck"

"No."

"Well NOW what are we gonna do?" Ta da.

The guy with the beeping want is VERY capable of changing things and about the only person who can. No crackheads, no crack sales.
 
2012-12-14 08:49:45 AM

PreMortem: I must have been on a bender when this gem came out:


TSA, union land first labor pact for security officers

(Link)

FTLA^ - "I'm feeling pretty good," Gauge said.
Didn't she say that after all her short stories films?

\surely not obscure for Fark
\\I'm not calling you surely
\\\cause you haven't given me your number yet
 
2012-12-14 08:51:22 AM

THX 1138: Seriously? They're just doing their jobs, people.


Of course it is too much to ask that these unionized , highly paid, background screened , government employees exercise a little , just a little, common sense while doing their job. But that woudl take time away from stealing I pads, molesting kids, taking naps etc.

And these same type of people get to run your health care now-enjoy
 
2012-12-14 08:52:12 AM
If I was going to bomb a plane, I'd hide it in a disabled kid's wheelchair.
 
2012-12-14 08:55:05 AM

Cheron: If we had a professional work force who had the power to make intelligent decisions the same security procedures would seem like nothing.


That is the major difference I have noticed internationally, as well.
 
2012-12-14 08:55:35 AM

Happy Hours: styckx: She had to sit in an airport for 45 minutes.. OH NOES!!! SCARY!!! The same way she would have sat if the flight was delayed.

Uh, that's bad enough, but she had to do it while TSA and law enforcement agents looked at her like she was a bomb threat.


And she had to do it separated from her mother. Which the TSA has said in the past is against the rules, but their field agents and supervisors are poorly trained, barely disciplined, and they don't really give a shiat.

It's long since time for them to be disbanded. Security theater, poorly performed.
 
2012-12-14 08:57:19 AM
TSA DOUCHEBAGS LET EXPLOSIVES ONTO PLANE

Well-meaning strangers shame TSA agents suspecting bomb residue on 12-year old terrorist onto plane, dooming 278 lives

AP, Dec. 14, 2012 -- Despite positive reading for C4 residue TSA agents reluctantly allowed a hysterical young girl onto AA Flight 237, in clear violation of TSA passenger safety protocols, after fellow passengers on the security line loudly berated and videotaped the agents with their cell phones. The girl, now identified as Nasria al-Haggrib, 12, of Gaza and the niece of Al Qaeda lieutenant Homar haz-Bernazzi, is believed to have detonated the explosives in her wheelchair once the 767 reached its cruising altitude of 38,000 feet. (cont. p. 7)
 
2012-12-14 08:57:49 AM

RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?


Too much and too little.

Plus the added bonus of PTSD for a few of the really stupid cases (and undoing years of therapy for others). And honestly, what is the endgame of this? They don't solve anything, they never find anything, they just make al Queda laugh at us when they can stop looking at porn and Whitney Houston and then they act like pricks when you challenge them on it. It's a redneck dream job.
 
2012-12-14 08:58:28 AM

ph0rk: If I was going to bomb a plane, I'd hide it in a disabled kid's wheelchair.


I'd expect the wheelchair to test positive, then, and not the girl's hands... but according to the article, the TSA swabbed her hands, peed their pants, and never bothered to swab the chair itself.
 
2012-12-14 09:00:41 AM

Caradoc: ph0rk: If I was going to bomb a plane, I'd hide it in a disabled kid's wheelchair.

I'd expect the wheelchair to test positive, then, and not the girl's hands... but according to the article, the TSA swabbed her hands, peed their pants, and never bothered to swab the chair itself.


Well I'd rinse down the chair obviously - everyone knows they're looking for "residue" so the real bomb carriers won't have any.
 
2012-12-14 09:00:59 AM

Shadowtag: RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?

Too much and too little.

Plus the added bonus of PTSD for a few of the really stupid cases (and undoing years of therapy for others). And honestly, what is the endgame of this? They don't solve anything, they never find anything, they just make al Queda laugh at us when they can stop looking at porn and Whitney Houston and then they act like pricks when you challenge them on it. It's a redneck dream job.


You forgot the blatant thievery. I'm pretty sure that's looked at as a solid benefit.
 
2012-12-14 09:01:38 AM

Shadowtag: RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?

Too much and too little.

Plus the added bonus of PTSD for a few of the really stupid cases (and undoing years of therapy for others). And honestly, what is the endgame of this? They don't solve anything, they never find anything, they just make al Queda laugh at us when they can stop looking at porn and Whitney Houston and then they act like pricks when you challenge them on it. It's a redneck dream job.


At this point whichever politician disbands the TSA will get called a job uncreator.
 
2012-12-14 09:03:11 AM
They should have offered the mother and daughter a private area/room to await their further investigation. I agree it seems unlikely she had a bomb, however public humiliation is not the correct protocall. Dignity seems a luxury anymore.

Also, of course the mother filmed the infraction. If she didn't it would be her word against the TSA and we know how well that would go. She may be a drama queen snowflake mom but in this case it was probably the right thing to do. Because now we know not to bring our munitions smothered, sick, disabled tween to the airport. Just ship them ground.
 
2012-12-14 09:06:25 AM
I'm a Libertarian and generally an advocate of human rights and most aspects of privacy, but I didn't see anything in the video that seems egregious. The girl tested positive for bomb residue (which everyone there and everyone who has seen the video knows was a false positive) and so they set her to the side and waited for an expert or something. Maybe the workers were being cruel to her before the camera was on, but...

"We're gonna get you out of here in a second, ok?" That's what the TSA worker (I assume that's who he was) said. And his tone of voice even sounded pleasant.

Hardly seems like a rape in progress. If we decide to turn the world upside down every time a kid cries, we will also have to get rid of lines at grocery stores and amusement parks, as well as broccoli and lima beans.
 
2012-12-14 09:06:46 AM
This is a pen.

www.whatsbestnext.com

This is a sheet of paper.

cdn.instructables.com

This is how you contact your congressional representative.

Ta da.
 
2012-12-14 09:08:39 AM

Ex_Parrot: They should have offered the mother and daughter a private area/room to await their further investigation. I agree it seems unlikely she had a bomb, however public humiliation is not the correct protocall. Dignity seems a luxury anymore.


I'm no fan of the TSA, but what does it say about our culture, that people genuinely feel humiliated by something as benign as having to hang out by the TSA line while you wait for the bomb specialist to show up?
 
2012-12-14 09:11:39 AM

ph0rk: Caradoc: ph0rk: If I was going to bomb a plane, I'd hide it in a disabled kid's wheelchair.

I'd expect the wheelchair to test positive, then, and not the girl's hands... but according to the article, the TSA swabbed her hands, peed their pants, and never bothered to swab the chair itself.

Well I'd rinse down the chair obviously - everyone knows they're looking for "residue" so the real bomb carriers won't have any.


That's what I never got. Surely it's not hard for terrorists to build a bomb that doesn't leave residue everywhere. And then maybe take the bomb to a clean location and hand it off to a guy who hasn't been making bombs lately?
 
2012-12-14 09:12:29 AM

serial_crusher: Ex_Parrot: They should have offered the mother and daughter a private area/room to await their further investigation. I agree it seems unlikely she had a bomb, however public humiliation is not the correct protocall. Dignity seems a luxury anymore.

I'm no fan of the TSA, but what does it say about our culture, that people genuinely feel humiliated by something as benign as having to hang out by the TSA line while you wait for the bomb specialist to show up?


Because we should all just get used to being treated like criminals? It says that our culture still retains something of value. Let's hope it stays that way.
 
2012-12-14 09:12:34 AM
We all know that the TSA is generally a farce, but bear with me.

Let's assume for the moment that the swab performed by the TSA agents did turn up positive explosive residue. Is that unreasonable? False positives can and do happen from things as simple as the glycerin content in soap or lotions.

The girl was detained until someone who had a bit more knowledge than reading the red or green light on the swab reader. Is that unreasonable?

That being said, the TSA could have handled this much better. I understand getting the situation on video to help see that it doesn't go that way again. However, the mother should have demanded the detention (that's what it was) and additional screening be done in private so her daughter wasn't put on display to the public. If the TSA refused or was confused by the request, demand that airport police be called. They surely know how to do that.
 
2012-12-14 09:14:03 AM
The problem is that common substances trigger those tests. I was fying with my parents and my mother was pulled aside because her hand bag tested positive for bomb making residue. Now, first you have to consider the source. She is 70 years old, and as harmless as a fly (sometimes just as irritating as one). Turns out what triggered the positive test was her hand cream. If memory serves me, there were trace amounts of benzene in the list of ingredients. That was a fun hour and a half while they searched her.......
 
2012-12-14 09:14:47 AM

itsfullofstars: We all know that the TSA is generally a farce, but bear with me.

Let's assume for the moment that the swab performed by the TSA agents did turn up positive explosive residue. Is that unreasonable? False positives can and do happen from things as simple as the glycerin content in soap or lotions.

The girl was detained until someone who had a bit more knowledge than reading the red or green light on the swab reader. Is that unreasonable?

That being said, the TSA could have handled this much better. I understand getting the situation on video to help see that it doesn't go that way again. However, the mother should have demanded the detention (that's what it was) and additional screening be done in private so her daughter wasn't put on display to the public. If the TSA refused or was confused by the request, demand that airport police be called. They surely know how to do that.


OK, and if she was a terrorist, who realized that her bomb had been detected, what was preventing her or her America-hating mother from detonating the bomb at that point, killing several people?
 
2012-12-14 09:15:39 AM

RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?


1) A hell of allot.
2) Nothing.
 
2012-12-14 09:17:34 AM

bunner: The guy with the beeping want is VERY capable of changing things and about the only person who can.


bunner: This is how you contact your congressional representative.


Wait, is the guy with the beeping wand my congressman? Oh, wait! I get it, you changed your mind and agree with me now.
 
2012-12-14 09:20:15 AM
Have I ever told you guys the time I had a nail clipper confiscated by the TSA? They made me throw it away. I had the option of mailing it to myself, but I couldn't take it on the plane. No shiat. That's not unheard of though, I get it. Nail clippers can be dangerous, but there was one minor problem...

It was July of 2011, I was boarding a plane at K.A.F. with my unit. We were coming home from Afghanistan. I was wearing full battle-rattle, an M9 on my hip and a S.A.W. slung over my shoulder.

We were carrying weapons! All of us! (Except the Chaplain, Chappy was cool like that) Yeah, guns, bullets? "O.K". Nail clipper? "That has a little blade thingy on it, you have to throw it away."

/Made me go through the rape scanner too.
//Didn't say a single word about by three Miniature coca-colas though.
 
2012-12-14 09:20:39 AM

carrion_luggage: TSA DOUCHEBAGS LET EXPLOSIVES ONTO PLANE

Well-meaning strangers shame TSA agents suspecting bomb residue on 12-year old terrorist onto plane, dooming 278 lives

AP, Dec. 14, 2012 -- Despite positive reading for C4 residue TSA agents reluctantly allowed a hysterical young girl onto AA Flight 237, in clear violation of TSA passenger safety protocols, after fellow passengers on the security line loudly berated and videotaped the agents with their cell phones. The girl, now identified as Nasria al-Haggrib, 12, of Gaza and the niece of Al Qaeda lieutenant Homar haz-Bernazzi, is believed to have detonated the explosives in her wheelchair once the 767 reached its cruising altitude of 38,000 feet. (cont. p. 7)


Nice effort, but considering that the TSA has yet to stop even 10% of the fake bombs used in security testing: 1/10. 


/there's young white girls in Al-Qaeda now?
 
2012-12-14 09:22:19 AM

born_yesterday: OK, and if she was a terrorist, who realized that her bomb had been detected, what was preventing her or her America-hating mother from detonating the bomb at that point, killing several people?


Which is why the mother was denied physical access to the girl (though allowed others to hand her things).

When bomb residue is detected, they are trained to isolate the person. That should also include getting them away from the line full of people waiting to pass through security, for everyone's safety and for the girl's well being.

Common sense isn't a big part of TSA procedures.
 
2012-12-14 09:26:42 AM

serial_crusher: I'm no fan of the TSA, but what does it say about our culture, that people genuinely feel humiliated by something as benign as having to hang out by the TSA line while you wait for the bomb specialist to show up?


When it is a kid with problems and you won't let the mom comfort her I woud say that is a big deal.

And if the threat of a bomb is real and they are dumb enough to
A- make you wait
B- keep other "potential targets" mill around you
then there is also ample anger for how utterly stupid their procedures are.
 
2012-12-14 09:26:56 AM
There is a zeitgeist of idiocy prevalent that purports that if you get to f*ck sh*t up and tell everybody what to do, you win. What it is you win eludes me, to be honest, but these WWE watching, Dorito burping ass scratchers and their whores are going to be running the world if we don't send them and their corporate masters packing, and soon.

No sex in the champagne room, y'all.

No seat in the getaway car for the lackeys.

No "he played along" trophy. Just a sh*t covered boot in your face worn by some grinning twat who can't spell "cat".
 
2012-12-14 09:27:14 AM

itsfullofstars: born_yesterday: OK, and if she was a terrorist, who realized that her bomb had been detected, what was preventing her or her America-hating mother from detonating the bomb at that point, killing several people?

Which is why the mother was denied physical access to the girl (though allowed others to hand her things).

When bomb residue is detected, they are trained to isolate the person. That should also include getting them away from the line full of people waiting to pass through security, for everyone's safety and for the girl's well being.

Common sense isn't a big part of TSA procedures.


I probably sounded more aggressive than I meant to; I think the important point is that we're agreeing on the point that their procedures lack common sense from a security perspective.
 
2012-12-14 09:30:15 AM

UseLessHuman: I feel safer.


Ordinary Genius: Well I feel safer.


These. Good thing I don't fly or I'd feel so safe I'd probably puke.
 
2012-12-14 09:37:37 AM
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WHAR PUDDING? WHAR?!?
 
2012-12-14 09:41:18 AM
I was in the US about 2 years ago and the TSA completely ignored me (probably something to do with the guy in front of me who made Keith Richards look fit, healthy and drug-free). And dealing with customs agents in the US went really well. Really nice guy (the woman who asked me why I wasn't carrying enough luggage for my trip was really nice too).

But... I don't get this shiat. Why are there any anti-terrorism laws? Why the massive change in making everyone go through this BS security theatre?

I loved being in the US (I'm an Aussie), and think it's an amazing country. BUT you've got some really farked up reactions to things such as 9/11. I can't say that Australia is much better, since we love to follow the lead of the US with regards to things like this.

As an anecdote, I worked in a large government building in Australia that became a 'terrorist threat' after they arrested a suspected terrorist with plans to the building I was in. The irony being that the building I was in also happened to contain both the Passports office and the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indiginous Affairs (as it was called at the time).

So, there was a building-wide meeting and people were literally calling for armed guards, metal detectors, personal searches prior to entering the building for EVERY SINGLE PERSON entering the building.

Thankfully, the Australian Federal Police and ASIO decided that the idea was farking stupid and didn't change a damn thing. But it shows how much power can be grabbed when people are scared. "Please please protect us!"

/Studied some criminology
//Still confounded by the 'anti-terrorism' laws and changes around the world post-9/11
///Ramble ramble
 
2012-12-14 09:42:49 AM

RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?


A lot, and the illusion of security.
 
2012-12-14 09:55:38 AM

RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?



Wrong question.

Congratulations, you've now been added to the no-fly list.
 
2012-12-14 09:59:53 AM

Gleeman: carrion_luggage: TSA DOUCHEBAGS LET EXPLOSIVES ONTO PLANE

Well-meaning strangers shame TSA agents suspecting bomb residue on 12-year old terrorist onto plane, dooming 278 lives

AP, Dec. 14, 2012 -- Despite positive reading for C4 residue TSA agents reluctantly allowed a hysterical young girl onto AA Flight 237, in clear violation of TSA passenger safety protocols, after fellow passengers on the security line loudly berated and videotaped the agents with their cell phones. The girl, now identified as Nasria al-Haggrib, 12, of Gaza and the niece of Al Qaeda lieutenant Homar haz-Bernazzi, is believed to have detonated the explosives in her wheelchair once the 767 reached its cruising altitude of 38,000 feet. (cont. p. 7)

Nice effort, but considering that the TSA has yet to stop even 10% of the fake bombs used in security testing: 1/10. 


/there's young white girls in Al-Qaeda now?


Now who's being naive, Kay?
 
2012-12-14 10:04:25 AM

carrion_luggage: TSA DOUCHEBAGS LET EXPLOSIVES ONTO PLANE

Well-meaning strangers shame TSA agents suspecting bomb residue on 12-year old terrorist onto plane, dooming 278 lives

AP, Dec. 14, 2012 -- Despite positive reading for C4 residue TSA agents reluctantly allowed a hysterical young girl onto AA Flight 237, in clear violation of TSA passenger safety protocols, after fellow passengers on the security line loudly berated and videotaped the agents with their cell phones. The girl, now identified as Nasria al-Haggrib, 12, of Gaza and the niece of Al Qaeda lieutenant Homar haz-Bernazzi, is believed to have detonated the explosives in her wheelchair once the 767 reached its cruising altitude of 38,000 feet. (cont. p. 7)


You do realize that while all this was going on TSA allowed the adults accompanying this kid to wander freely through the airport, fishing through their pockets for their electronic devices, and mashing all the buttons they wanted.

But yeah, we should really be concerned that Al Qaeda has infiltrated our elementary schools and is secretly replacing our children with exact duplicate sleeper agents.
 
2012-12-14 10:21:48 AM
Remember, the GOP is apposed to a U.N. resolution to protect disabled Americans' rights overseas........shouldn't be surprising that the TSA, an authoritarian security agency created by Bush Jr, can't even follow our own AMA legislation in the U.S.
 
2012-12-14 10:22:56 AM

Ace Rimmer: carrion_luggage: TSA DOUCHEBAGS LET EXPLOSIVES ONTO PLANE

Well-meaning strangers shame TSA agents suspecting bomb residue on 12-year old terrorist onto plane, dooming 278 lives

AP, Dec. 14, 2012 -- Despite positive reading for C4 residue TSA agents reluctantly allowed a hysterical young girl onto AA Flight 237, in clear violation of TSA passenger safety protocols, after fellow passengers on the security line loudly berated and videotaped the agents with their cell phones. The girl, now identified as Nasria al-Haggrib, 12, of Gaza and the niece of Al Qaeda lieutenant Homar haz-Bernazzi, is believed to have detonated the explosives in her wheelchair once the 767 reached its cruising altitude of 38,000 feet. (cont. p. 7)

You do realize that while all this was going on TSA allowed the adults accompanying this kid to wander freely through the airport, fishing through their pockets for their electronic devices, and mashing all the buttons they wanted.

But yeah, we should really be concerned that Al Qaeda has infiltrated our elementary schools and is secretly replacing our children with exact duplicate sleeper agents.


Yes, yes, you're right of course.

Enjoy your next flight, citizen.
 
2012-12-14 10:44:22 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Maybe you can explain something - why is it racists like you are such pussies about it when you get called out?


That's rich coming from you. The only Farker more anti-Jew is Amos.
 
2012-12-14 10:48:22 AM

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: You liberals forget where you were when the first crippled kid slammed into the tower.


He was in seat D6.

/Not a liberal, not a conservative.
//Moderate.
 
2012-12-14 11:04:49 AM

THX 1138: Seriously? They're just doing their jobs, people.


trm29litanalyst.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-12-14 11:07:32 AM
To be fair, subby, douchenozzles have an actual use. As far as conservatives, liberals or moderates, no, you're not. The template you are trying to work off of is no longer in use. It has been replaced with adjudication in favor of whoever manages the most power or money. There's not much to conserve, liberality is not longer financially feasible and if you're a moderate, that means you're sitting on the fence of a ghost town. What you are is a chattel asset to whoever signs your check.
 
2012-12-14 11:17:43 AM
Every farmer and landscaper in America is going to test positive for bomb residue.

( see :ammonium nitrate )


I remember when the FBI infiltrated the Norwegian community to break the Gambino Family mafia.

// we all know who we're really need to screen ,and ain't a 12 year old girl.
 
2012-12-14 11:20:31 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Silly Jesus: Libs: "You can't profile or you're a RACIST!!!!ONE!!!11"

Libs: "Leave the poor girl in the wheelchair alone, you don't have to check everybody!!!!ONE!!!111"

You misspelled a bunch of words, let me ftfy:

Libs: "Could we please have actual security instead of bad security theater? We understand that profiling as well as molesting everyone are both extremes that are equally ineffective, and would be happy with security that understands absolute elimination of all risks is impossible. But that's because we're not pansy bedwetters who load their drawers at the sight of anyone brown and beturbaned."


I'm stealing this and sponsoring you to try to reduce the sting of the theft. Enjoy your TF.
 
2012-12-14 11:21:28 AM

spunkymunky: nubianrdly Boobies.
filterpwned win?


Miserly Ta-tas, A cup?
 
2012-12-14 11:27:10 AM

TheOtherMisterP: We deserve the TSA.

Last week, 3 people in 2 hours tried to bring guns through security at the Atlanta airport. Two of them were loaded (the guns, not the people, although that might explain things.). Each person simply "forgot" they were carrying a gun. How stupid does a person have to be to forget they're carrying a loaded gun with them?

If people would stop trying to bring loaded guns on to airplanes, then maybe TSA would ease up a bit.

http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/tsa-3-people-2-hours-brought-gun s -security-checkpo/nTNH9/


The plain old X-ray procedure we had to do in the 90s and 80s would have caught those. The ball fondling and the theft from your luggage is what the TSA adds to the picture, and neither of those would have any effect on the situation in the article.
 
2012-12-14 11:51:25 AM

MmmmBacon: replaced with the old airport security we used to have prior to 9/11.


With the VERY big note that 9/11 cannot be repeated due to the actually reasonable changes implemented following 9/11: Reinforced cockpit doors, a ban on knives (annoying I know, but reasonable enough) and passenger education to beat the shiat out of hijackers or die trying. I'll even accept the 'only ticketed passengers past security and a no fly list if it is rationally managed.

But the nudo-scopes, shoe stripping, no liquids, etc theater needs to go.

Terrorists will blow up planes. As long as they don't get a x10 multiplier on their kill by using them as guided missiles, that is a (very low) risk of living in the modern world with miracle flying machines. You could get shot in a school too and we don't go assfark crazy on security there. Now that we've dealt with the weaponization of a plane through hijacking, we should accept a plane as just as risky as anywhere else and not try to make them something like the safe base in a game of terrorist tag.

It's not like we don't all know the next terrorist success is going to be a SAM missile up the ass of a 747 on takeoff and there is nothing we can reasonably do about it - on takeoff at many airports they could park right under the flight path and pick one off with no guidance package use, making automatic flare and chaff packages just more expensive theater (they could almost just release geese to pull it off).
 
2012-12-14 11:54:34 AM

Dr.Mxyzptlk.: RobSeace: Silly Jesus: Caradoc: Caradoc: Try "nubianrdly."

I think that filter needs to learn to spell.

Welcome to Fark, where the meaning of a word doesn't matter. If it even resembles a word that may hurt someone's feelings, it's a goner.

You guys are attributing too much intelligence to the Fark filter... The filter is dumb... All it's doing it looking for the letter "n" followed by the letter "i" followed by "gga", and wherever it finds a match, at the start of a word, at the end of a word, or in the middle (sometimes even backwards!), it replaces it with "nubian"... It's not so much a grand conspiracy of political correctness, but just really shiatty programming...

/Just testing an old one to see if it still works: bagging...
//Used to become "bnaibung"...
http://www.fark.com/comments/7485480/TSA-douchenozzles-harass-wheelch a ir-bound-12-year-old-girl-until-she-cries-then-just-let-her-go?startid =81276048#b


I tried adding a hyphen between the letters and it didn't clear.

I am going to try spelling it backwards. get the mirror ready .nubianrdly

yldraggin.


Great, now HotWingConspiracy is going to accuse you of reverse racism.
 
2012-12-14 12:01:22 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com
Not so funny when it's real life, now is it?
 
2012-12-14 12:02:35 PM

Ex_Parrot: They should have offered the mother and daughter a private area/room to await their further investigation. I agree it seems unlikely she had a bomb, however public humiliation is not the correct protocall. Dignity seems a luxury anymore.

Also, of course the mother filmed the infraction. If she didn't it would be her word against the TSA and we know how well that would go. She may be a drama queen snowflake mom but in this case it was probably the right thing to do. Because now we know not to bring our munitions smothered, sick, disabled tween to the airport. Just ship them ground.


You could always put them in a dog crate and check them in.
 
2012-12-14 12:03:57 PM
Ah, a nice, heartwarming story just in time for the holiday travel season.

I envy each and every one of you who feels obliged to get on an airplane to visit family this joyous time of year. I just hate feeling obliged to stay here in such a miserable place.
 
2012-12-14 12:05:08 PM
Is she were a Marine, she would not have been treated this way . . . oh, wait . . .
 
2012-12-14 12:10:00 PM
We need to disband this "security theater" once and for all. America does not do this to americans.
 
2012-12-14 12:10:30 PM

bubo_sibiricus: > and we invite those individuals to provide feedback to TSA through a variety of channels.

All of which are inconvenient on purpose.



blog.tsa.gov

BLOG.TSA.GOV

Let's give ol' Blogger Bob an earfull.
 
2012-12-14 12:12:21 PM
Dude, she's twelve.
 
2012-12-14 12:19:58 PM

Happy Hours: False positives - how do they work?

I remember 9/11. It was bad but there comes a time when you have to ask yourself if this is worse.


Um, no. The TSA is not worse than thousands of people dying horrible deaths on a single day.

The TSA is stupid and full of suck but let's not make meaningless comparisons, please. It's reasonable to increase security in response to an event like 9/11. The TSA was just not very well-executed and should be overhauled or replaced.
 
2012-12-14 12:27:24 PM
HighlanderRPI HoneyDog: So you want to smuggle something on put it under sequins.

I don't think I would want to be known as the Bedazzled Bomber if I ever got caught


LOL, neither would I. Needless to say, I won't wear anything with sequins or beads on it when flying again. However, since I'll always get felt up because of a arthritic knee, I damn sure will be eating my homemade bean and ham soup so I can give the TSA people a recycled taste. (and then take beano once I'm through so I don't torture the poor people on the plane)
 
2012-12-14 12:33:59 PM
Touch Someone's Anus
Tongue Santa's Arse
Tickle Sandy's Areolas
Take Something Always
 
2012-12-14 12:48:19 PM

Legios: I was in the US about 2 years ago and the TSA completely ignored me (probably something to do with the guy in front of me who made Keith Richards look fit, healthy and drug-free). And dealing with customs agents in the US went really well. Really nice guy (the woman who asked me why I wasn't carrying enough luggage for my trip was really nice too).

But... I don't get this shiat. Why are there any anti-terrorism laws? Why the massive change in making everyone go through this BS security theatre?

I loved being in the US (I'm an Aussie), and think it's an amazing country. BUT you've got some really farked up reactions to things such as 9/11. I can't say that Australia is much better, since we love to follow the lead of the US with regards to things like this.

As an anecdote, I worked in a large government building in Australia that became a 'terrorist threat' after they arrested a suspected terrorist with plans to the building I was in. The irony being that the building I was in also happened to contain both the Passports office and the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indiginous Affairs (as it was called at the time).

So, there was a building-wide meeting and people were literally calling for armed guards, metal detectors, personal searches prior to entering the building for EVERY SINGLE PERSON entering the building.

Thankfully, the Australian Federal Police and ASIO decided that the idea was farking stupid and didn't change a damn thing. But it shows how much power can be grabbed when people are scared. "Please please protect us!"

/Studied some criminology
//Still confounded by the 'anti-terrorism' laws and changes around the world post-9/11
///Ramble ramble


i1197.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-14 12:49:10 PM

FTDA: Dr.Mxyzptlk.: RobSeace: Silly Jesus: Caradoc: Caradoc: Try "nubianrdly."

I think that filter needs to learn to spell.

Welcome to Fark, where the meaning of a word doesn't matter. If it even resembles a word that may hurt someone's feelings, it's a goner.

You guys are attributing too much intelligence to the Fark filter... The filter is dumb... All it's doing it looking for the letter "n" followed by the letter "i" followed by "gga", and wherever it finds a match, at the start of a word, at the end of a word, or in the middle (sometimes even backwards!), it replaces it with "nubian"... It's not so much a grand conspiracy of political correctness, but just really shiatty programming...

/Just testing an old one to see if it still works: bagging...
//Used to become "bnaibung"...
http://www.fark.com/comments/7485480/TSA-douchenozzles-harass-wheelch a ir-bound-12-year-old-girl-until-she-cries-then-just-let-her-go?startid =81276048#b


I tried adding a hyphen between the letters and it didn't clear.

I am going to try spelling it backwards. get the mirror ready .nubianrdly

yldraggin.

Great, now HotWingConspiracy is going to accuse you of reverse racism.


*guffaw*
 
2012-12-14 12:54:56 PM

unlikely:
I'm stealing this and sponsoring you to try to reduce the sting of the theft. Enjoy your TF.


Thanks, unlikely. Share and enjoy!

/Not worthy
 
2012-12-14 01:09:12 PM
In before TongueDepressor makes a derpy, argumentative post filled with canned TSA talking points.

/Where is TD? He's usually quick on springing into defense mode.
 
2012-12-14 01:18:29 PM
CSB:

There is a TSA agent that works out at my gym about the same time I do every morning. He's probably 6'2" and very heavy set. Every morning he spends 3-5 minutes washing his filthy balls with a damp wash cloth, without bothering to remove the tightie-whiteys he worked out in. He then spends a solid 1-2 minutes covering them with baby powder, followed by 5-6 long blasts of choking body-spray. Meanwhile he appears to be oblivious to the big, sweaty, swamp-ass streak running down the back.

I am able to take a complete shower, change into my work clothes, and be out the door before he can finish his ball-washing routine and put back on his same TSA uniform, presumably to return to work and touch your private areas...with those same nasty underwear on. Keep that in mind next time you visit RDU airport.

I honestly view it as some sort of metaphor for the TSA as a whole. Rather than address the legitimate issues in a rational manner, they do 3x the work only to end up with a shiatty job in the end.
 
2012-12-14 01:35:48 PM
Just bend over and spread-em citizen.
 
2012-12-14 01:40:12 PM

wombatsrus: ko_kyi: Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: Bet you double or nothing one of the bomb squad just pointed out to the TSA that the 'explosive residue' on her hands was just dirt she picked up from the wheels on her wheelchair and that's why the TSA dropped the matter like a hot stone.

certain brands of hand lotion

Shhh, don't let the TSA know that, or else they'll ban bringing hand lotion through security.


Depends on if you let them use it. Groping people for hours at a time chaps the hands.
 
2012-12-14 01:40:32 PM

FTDA: Legios: I was in the US about 2 years ago and the TSA completely ignored me (probably something to do with the guy in front of me who made Keith Richards look fit, healthy and drug-free). And dealing with customs agents in the US went really well. Really nice guy (the woman who asked me why I wasn't carrying enough luggage for my trip was really nice too).

But... I don't get this shiat. Why are there any anti-terrorism laws? Why the massive change in making everyone go through this BS security theatre?

I loved being in the US (I'm an Aussie), and think it's an amazing country. BUT you've got some really farked up reactions to things such as 9/11. I can't say that Australia is much better, since we love to follow the lead of the US with regards to things like this.

As an anecdote, I worked in a large government building in Australia that became a 'terrorist threat' after they arrested a suspected terrorist with plans to the building I was in. The irony being that the building I was in also happened to contain both the Passports office and the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indiginous Affairs (as it was called at the time).

So, there was a building-wide meeting and people were literally calling for armed guards, metal detectors, personal searches prior to entering the building for EVERY SINGLE PERSON entering the building.

Thankfully, the Australian Federal Police and ASIO decided that the idea was farking stupid and didn't change a damn thing. But it shows how much power can be grabbed when people are scared. "Please please protect us!"

/Studied some criminology
//Still confounded by the 'anti-terrorism' laws and changes around the world post-9/11
///Ramble ramble

[i1197.photobucket.com image 360x480]


Faved...
 
2012-12-14 01:41:58 PM

RobSeace: Silly Jesus: Caradoc: Caradoc: Try "nubianrdly."

I think that filter needs to learn to spell.

Welcome to Fark, where the meaning of a word doesn't matter. If it even resembles a word that may hurt someone's feelings, it's a goner.

You guys are attributing too much intelligence to the Fark filter... The filter is dumb... All it's doing it looking for the letter "n" followed by the letter "i" followed by "gga", and wherever it finds a match, at the start of a word, at the end of a word, or in the middle (sometimes even backwards!), it replaces it with "nubian"... It's not so much a grand conspiracy of political correctness, but just really shiatty programming...

/Just testing an old one to see if it still works: bagging...
//Used to become "bnaibung"...


That's awfully negrodly of them. Or perhaps dazzling young urbanitely of them.
 
2012-12-14 01:45:13 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: Let's say the regulations are loosened and sick girls in wheelchairs won't be searched anymore.

Where do you think the next terrorist is going to hide his bomb?

Security can only be achieved through eternal vigilance.


And, you know, equipment that actually works instead of giving you clear and ridiculous false alarms every ten minutes.
 
2012-12-14 01:45:34 PM

ph0rk: Shadowtag: RDixon: How much money does the patriot act cost us and what do we get for it?

Too much and too little.

Plus the added bonus of PTSD for a few of the really stupid cases (and undoing years of therapy for others). And honestly, what is the endgame of this? They don't solve anything, they never find anything, they just make al Queda laugh at us when they can stop looking at porn and Whitney Houston and then they act like pricks when you challenge them on it. It's a redneck dream job.

At this point whichever politician disbands the TSA will get called a job uncreator.


Worse--a job abortionist
 
2012-12-14 01:48:07 PM

Gleeman: carrion_luggage: TSA DOUCHEBAGS LET EXPLOSIVES ONTO PLANE

Well-meaning strangers shame TSA agents suspecting bomb residue on 12-year old terrorist onto plane, dooming 278 lives

AP, Dec. 14, 2012 -- Despite positive reading for C4 residue TSA agents reluctantly allowed a hysterical young girl onto AA Flight 237, in clear violation of TSA passenger safety protocols, after fellow passengers on the security line loudly berated and videotaped the agents with their cell phones. The girl, now identified as Nasria al-Haggrib, 12, of Gaza and the niece of Al Qaeda lieutenant Homar haz-Bernazzi, is believed to have detonated the explosives in her wheelchair once the 767 reached its cruising altitude of 38,000 feet. (cont. p. 7)

Nice effort, but considering that the TSA has yet to stop even 10% of the fake bombs used in security testing: 1/10. 


/there's young white girls in Al-Qaeda now?


But if there were, al-Qaeda wouldn't be so busy terrorizing.
 
2012-12-14 02:27:16 PM

Legios: FTDA: Legios: I was in the US about 2 years ago and the TSA completely ignored me (probably something to do with the guy in front of me who made Keith Richards look fit, healthy and drug-free). And dealing with customs agents in the US went really well. Really nice guy (the woman who asked me why I wasn't carrying enough luggage for my trip was really nice too).

But... I don't get this shiat. Why are there any anti-terrorism laws? Why the massive change in making everyone go through this BS security theatre?

I loved being in the US (I'm an Aussie), and think it's an amazing country. BUT you've got some really farked up reactions to things such as 9/11. I can't say that Australia is much better, since we love to follow the lead of the US with regards to things like this.

As an anecdote, I worked in a large government building in Australia that became a 'terrorist threat' after they arrested a suspected terrorist with plans to the building I was in. The irony being that the building I was in also happened to contain both the Passports office and the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indiginous Affairs (as it was called at the time).

So, there was a building-wide meeting and people were literally calling for armed guards, metal detectors, personal searches prior to entering the building for EVERY SINGLE PERSON entering the building.

Thankfully, the Australian Federal Police and ASIO decided that the idea was farking stupid and didn't change a damn thing. But it shows how much power can be grabbed when people are scared. "Please please protect us!"

/Studied some criminology
//Still confounded by the 'anti-terrorism' laws and changes around the world post-9/11
///Ramble ramble

[i1197.photobucket.com image 360x480]

Faved...


Thanks, I've had you farkied for a bit now for having a good sense of humor.
 
2012-12-14 06:18:48 PM
Jeff Dunham said this happened to him, also. It was skin lotion that was found on the puppets. I guess we all just have to travel with dry skin.
 
2012-12-14 06:37:30 PM
These TSA employees should have been shot while they were in elementary school.

Sometimes you just have to preemptively take out people so they don't grow up to work for the TSA. Or in Washington. Or as cops.
 
2012-12-14 06:43:47 PM

MmmmBacon: It's time. The TSA needs to be shut down, and replaced with the old airport security we used to have prior to 9/11. The TSA is a relic of a time where people wanted to feel safe, and the TSA provided that... while never actually preventing a single terrorist attack. For years they have overstepped their bounds, abused passengers physically, emotionally and sexually, and often stolen from them as well. This is yet another blunder in TSA's long list of missteps and abuse, and it is time it was stopped.


I went into the "little room" once...asked them how they choose people to search. The reply? Random.

IF it is random, it is the single most sh*t-stupid way of catching any terrorist. Can you think of a worse decision-rule than randomizing searches?

Let's pat down a 12-year-old girl...oh, just let Mussef-Mohammed-Akbar-Allahlalalala go on board.
 
2012-12-14 06:47:41 PM

Dr.Mxyzptlk.: There was a time once in America where a glamour photo shot of a wife or girlfriend on your desk could land you in HR office for creating a sexual and hostile workplace
.
Where wishing the wrong person Merry Christmas instead of Happy Holiday was a sign of hostility.

Of course use of the word nubianrdly or black hole could lead to public outcry.

Oh yes and the big move to make "bullying" in school define what ever they choose it to be that day.

But somehow you put on the TSA uniform and any humiliation or dignity goes out the window.

The TSA under Bush and Obama have stolen property, bullied parents, humiliated war heroes and veterans . This organization continues without any reforms or oversight. Let drag their asses up in front of congress and explain their actions and policy procedures.

// I don't think the Israeli are pulling 80 year old holocaust survivors out of wheelchairs and breaking the will of 12 year old girls.( Been through Ben Gurion six times - pulled from line questioned and open up SLR camera.)


You HAVE to profile. There is no other way.
 
2012-12-14 06:49:38 PM

KrispyKritter: for all the whining and biatching people do i say let teh tuhrrists fly the friendly skies. blow up a couple of flights here and there, kill a few hundred mericans then you pansies will have something to derp about.


You're assuming the TSA protects us from terrorism? Then you're a complete f*cktard.

or you're just a troll...but..trolling would require intelligence so..that's out!
 
2012-12-14 06:53:24 PM

HoneyDog: Where do you think the next terrorist is going to hide his bomb?

Hey, TSA agents are morons. First time I had to go through one of those stupid body scanners, I got flagged in two areas. My arthritic knee (not even an artificial one) and over my left boob. The shirt I was wearing had sequins over the left boob. Stupid TSA agent said loud enough for everybody to hear "oh, it's just the design in her shirt." So you want to smuggle something on put it under sequins.


Sequins made of cocaine...hmmmmmm...I think I have an idea.
 
2012-12-14 09:24:56 PM
encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com
 
2012-12-15 09:19:19 AM

DaCaptain19: These TSA employees should have been shot while they were in elementary school.

Sometimes you just have to preemptively take out people so they don't grow up to work for the TSA. Or in Washington. Or as cops.


www.troll.me
 
2012-12-15 12:33:08 PM

BuckTurgidson: [encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 313x161]


Is that some sort of assisted communication device? We used to work with boardmaker a lot but I've never seen symbols like that.
 
2012-12-15 06:12:32 PM

DaCaptain19: These TSA employees should have been shot while they were in elementary school.

Sometimes you just have to preemptively take out people so they don't grow up to work for the TSA. Or in Washington. Or as cops.


I would bet my entire life savings that if you came home and found that your place had been robbed you would be on the phone to the cops just as soon as your hypocritical fingers could hit the buttons.
 
2012-12-15 08:35:49 PM

rnatalie: BuckTurgidson: [encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 313x161]

Is that some sort of assisted communication device? We used to work with boardmaker a lot but I've never seen symbols like that.


It's from the Idiocracy movie. People come into the hospital and select the button which describes their injury. It's a joke based on the dumbing down of society, exaggerating things like the registers at McDonalds which have pictures instead of words now.
 
2012-12-16 02:53:40 AM

Mock26: DaCaptain19: These TSA employees should have been shot while they were in elementary school.

Sometimes you just have to preemptively take out people so they don't grow up to work for the TSA. Or in Washington. Or as cops.

I would bet my entire life savings that if you came home and found that your place had been robbed you would be on the phone to the cops just as soon as your hypocritical fingers could hit the buttons.


Why do people say stupid things like this? Would it be hypocritical for a German to biatch about the Gestapo or the SS? Or a Salvadoran to complain about the death squads?
 
2012-12-16 05:49:12 AM

DrPainMD: Mock26: DaCaptain19: These TSA employees should have been shot while they were in elementary school.

Sometimes you just have to preemptively take out people so they don't grow up to work for the TSA. Or in Washington. Or as cops.

I would bet my entire life savings that if you came home and found that your place had been robbed you would be on the phone to the cops just as soon as your hypocritical fingers could hit the buttons.

Why do people say stupid things like this? Would it be hypocritical for a German to biatch about the Gestapo or the SS? Or a Salvadoran to complain about the death squads?


Because so many of the cop-haters here on Fark are have repeatedly said that they will never, under any circumstances, ever call the police.
 
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