Posts Tagged 'TSA'

The Future of Air Travel According to Ziggy [comic]

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Is There Anything That Magnets Can’t Do? Magnetic Panties For Sale

I noticed an ad in the Sunday paper and was taken aback. The ad is for panties which incorporate the magical powers of magnets. They make no claims as to what those supposed powers are, but they simply ask if you are one who believes. Does believing give the panties additional powers? What are these powers? Will these panties interfere with a cell phone carried in a pocket? Someone needs to investigate. I’d love to hear from someone who wore these panties through airport security.

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9/11 The Real Meaning – 10 Years Later [pic]

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TSA’s Next Step Should Be Very Interesting

Apparently, the TSA now believes that the next threat will come from surgically implanted bombs. What they do to prevent this should be very interesting, since the American sheeple will accept anything. This promises to be the Theatrical Security Administration’s finest work.

Read the LA Times story HERE.

 

 

Julian Assange Threatens To Name Arab Leaders Owned By US Government

According to BusinessInsider –

Julian Assange has set the ultimate dead man’s switch: Arrest or kill him and thousands of files will be automatically released, including documents that out CIA-backed Arabs. The Wikileaks leader had previously claimed to have files on auto-release. That he had info on CIA ties was first-mentioned in an interview yesterday with Al-Jazeera.

The business blog then proceeds to explain how Mr. Assange is the problem because he dares to expose the dirty deeds done by world leaders. I would think that the CIA and their helpers should be held responsible for their actions. As the TSA says – “If you got nothing to hide, what’s the problem?”

TSA Coming To A Mall Near You? – WTF

ABC Australia reported –

A year ago the administration was contending with a failed attempt to blow up a plane over Detroit by a man allegedly trying to ignite explosives sewn into his underwear. US authorities responded by installing new screening machines and initiating draconian body searches at airports. Homeland security secretary Janet Napolitano says other measures were also taken, citing increased security of “soft targets” like hotels and shopping centres. She says authorities are continually trying to stay one step ahead as terrorist organisations become more creative in their tactics. “The overall message is everything is objectively better than it was a year ago,” she said. “One of the things we look at is what other avenues might they select as a target. “We look at so-called soft targets – hotels, shopping malls, for example – all of which we have reached out to in the past year and done a fair amount of training for their own employees.”

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Google’s 2010 In Review [video]

Christmas at The Airport [pic]

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Thanksgiving At The Airport [pic]

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Young Boy Strip Searched By TSA [video]

President Clinton Joins TSA [pic]

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Orlando Airport Opts Out Of TSA Screening

The Orlando airport is requesting that a private security company take over screening duty from the TSA. Could this be the first domino? What appears to good news must be taken with several very large grains of salt :

1- it will take a year to become effective,

2- TSA rules must still be followed,

3- harassment by the Federal government is certain to follow.

WDBO.com reports –

The backlash continues over those new TSA screening measures, and now one Central Florida airport has decided to go with a private security screening firm. Orlando Sanford International Airport has decided to opt out from TSA screening. “All of our due diligence shows it’s the way to go,” said Larry Dale, the director of the Sanford Airport Authority. “You’re going to get better service at a better price and more accountability and better customer service.” Dale says he will be sending a letter requesting to opt out from TSA screening, and instead the airport will choose one of the five approved private screening companies to take over. Congressman John Mica, who’s expected to lead the powerful Transportation Committee next year, says the TSA is crying out for reform. “I think TSA is overstepping its bounds,” said Mica. Dale says, if all goes as planned, the private security firm could take over in about 12 months. The TSA points out that even if an airport decides to use a private firm for security, the screeners still must follow TSA guidelines. That would include using the full body scanners if they are installed at the airport.

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