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(CTV News)   Transport Canada update: "Okay, knives are allowed again, but no baby powder"   ( ctvnews.ca) divider line
    More: Facepalm, baby powder, Knife, new regulation changes, large paper clip, Transport Canada, Minister Marc Garneau, international standards, foot powder  
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2017-11-09 04:12:07 PM  
Knives aren't all that dangerous, as a rule.

Baby powder, otoh, can explode and ruin other packages and also give ya white lung.
 
2017-11-09 04:34:10 PM  
What is the policy on pocket-sand? Sha-sha-shaaaa!
 
2017-11-09 05:34:43 PM  
I killed a man once in Belgrade with baby powder. True story.
 
2017-11-09 05:45:18 PM  
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2017-11-09 06:19:48 PM  
First country to depussify over the terrorism threat
 
2017-11-09 06:27:54 PM  

rikkards: First country to depussify over the terrorism threat


The TSA actually tried to go back to the old knife rule a few years ago until the flight attendants union made a gigantic stink. Toothpaste still evil, though.
 
2017-11-09 06:33:32 PM  

cptjeff: rikkards: First country to depussify over the terrorism threat

The TSA actually tried to go back to the old knife rule a few years ago until the flight attendants union made a gigantic stink. Toothpaste still evil, though.


Still stands. Union, terrorists same coin, different sides :D
 
2017-11-09 06:38:13 PM  
How are canadian vacationers to powder their noses whilst on holiday abroad

A lack of feeling for those to suffer such insnufferable terms is the real crime here

/dodges rotten fruit
 
2017-11-09 07:58:51 PM  
What exactly is so dangerous about bringing baby powder on a plane?
 
2017-11-09 08:23:54 PM  

bratface: What exactly is so dangerous about bringing baby powder on a plane?


Well, you need babies to grind into powder to start....
 
2017-11-09 09:27:12 PM  

bratface: What exactly is so dangerous about bringing baby powder on a plane?


Xray machines can't tell what powders are. A baby powder bottle full of something easy to make and highly explosive and unstable enough to explode by throwing it or hitting it is easy enough to make. It also farks up the "bomb sniffing" machines.

heck a fist sized lump of said powder dissolved into ping pong balls to make explosive "play dough" that explodes when thrown hard is enough to flip a car over...

/wasn't me, I was never there.
//no im not telling you what it is or how to make it.
 
2017-11-09 09:28:53 PM  
6cm paper clip? Impressive.
 
2017-11-09 11:16:10 PM  
Johnson & Johnson can only handle so much baby powder class action lawsuits.
 
2017-11-10 06:43:52 AM  
Hey! I work for Transport Canada!

We hit the bigtime!

/on with the sex scandals...
 
2017-11-10 12:20:58 PM  
"Sir, baby powder is not allowed in carryon. "
"That's not baby powder, that's cocaine. Taste it. "
"{tastes} Right you are. Go right on through sir. "
 
2017-11-10 02:38:44 PM  
Knives are OK, but not baby powder?  Sounds like Transport Canada got hold of one of Donald Trump's
lunatic orders.
 
2017-11-10 07:28:08 PM  
I actually love using talc when I travel on 2 8+ hour flights in a row, just douse your socks and your boxers and stay fresh
 
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