23 More Distinguished TSA Scholars

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Sep 7, 2012.

  1. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    So please explain, why do bald men get a scalp message? Why do women with artifical knees have their breasts and genitals groped by a government pervert?
  2. Rugape

    Rugape Original Member

    I have nothing on the bald man, or even a man (or woman for that matter) with short hair that can be visually cleared, there is no call for it.

    As for the other clearing, I can not answer that, I am limited in what some of my responses would be by SSI, and I do not know the whole story for the situation, whether there were multiple alarms, or what was going on.
  3. RB

    RB Founding Member

    There is no call for TSA for that matter.

    Question, does a regular pat down require the TSA screener to make contact with a persons genitals?
  4. Rugape

    Rugape Original Member

    Already asked and answered, the terminology is resistance.
  5. RB

    RB Founding Member

    Actually you have not answered the question. I never asked for the terminology used during a pat down. I asked if you must touch certain body pars. I would call your response a dodge and probably an attempt to divert the question away from the truth since we all know that TSA employees are people of integrity.
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  6. Caradoc

    Caradoc Original Member

    Careful, there. Your duplicity is showing.
  7. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Which is a deceitful way to mislead someone just before you goose him.
  8. CelticWhisper

    CelticWhisper Founding Member

    Yep. We do not acknowledge the term "resistance." We reject it. It's not good enough, it is inadequate, it is flawed, imperfect, a failure. We The People judge the usage of the term "resistance," that usage being a product of TSA, to be below our standards. We will maintain this judgment despite any protests from TSA. There is nothing TSA can do to stop us from determining that the usage of "resistance" as a means of describing anatomical components of a human being fails our tests for honesty. Any demands TSA makes, no matter how direct or circumspect, that we accept its insistence upon the usage of the word "resistance," will be disobeyed and disregarded.

    Understanding that failure to answer will mean me (and likely many more of us, though I am hesitant to speak for others) assuming, and repeating in a loud and public fashion, that interpretation which I/we deem to be most damaging to TSA's reputation and operations, we ask again: does a regular pat down require the TSA screener to make contact with a person's genitals?

    Simple yes or no answer. Answer unsatisfactorily (i.e. indirectly), and I assume and broadcast the worst, and make sure to do so in a fashion which smears TSA as severely as possible.
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  9. RB

    RB Founding Member

    So tell me, when rubbing on a mans penis and testicles during a Standard TSA Pat down do you use the front of the hand, the back, or go for the karate chop motion so you can inflict pain?

    How many penises do you rub on average daily?
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  10. DeafBlonde

    DeafBlonde Original Member

    Let me say this about that: If I am ever patted down, and the screener does make contact with my genitals, SHE...WILL...MEET...RESISTANCE!!!:mad:x100
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  11. jtodd

    jtodd Original Member

    Well, a lot of the :trash: that we've come to expect from TSA public servants is showing in this thread with just 1 TSA poster.

  12. Caradoc

    Caradoc Original Member

    Did you really expect anything different from someone who has declared themselves an enemy of the Constitution and the people?
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  13. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    This would be good! With Andrea's case soon to be resolved and Yukari having copped a plea while back, we need a new martyr case to track.
  14. jtodd

    jtodd Original Member

    I didn't, read my previous post in this thread. I've never expected any honesty or anything approaching decency from the TSA or any of it's followers.
  15. Caradoc

    Caradoc Original Member

    Oh, good. I missed that.

    Looking for decency in a TSA employee is like looking for a clean bathroom at the Imperial Sand Dunes rest stop on I-17. You might actually find one every once in a GREAT while, but it won't last very long.
  16. I think this is a very important point. Governments and their agencies do not determine the evolution of language, much as they may try. We the lowly speakers have the ultimate "say". It has always been this way, and it will never change. The same goes for what is culturally acceptable -- those standards are in our hands, not your blue gloved ones. Your answer is weak and cowardly, Rugape.
  17. Monica47

    Monica47 Original Member

    I'm a grandmother and for my entire life nobody has told me where "resistance" is on my body. Would you be so kind, Rugape, to draw me a picture of just where this "resistance" would be? Just because I'm am an older woman doesn't mean I can't learn something new.
  18. nachtnebel

    nachtnebel Original Member

    Theoretically, if the screener's hands are moving up against clothing and the design of the clothing, it's material, etc, could bind up and provide resistance before the point of physical contact of screener's hand against genitals, eg, trousers whose crotch is well below the person's actual crotch. So the movement of the clothing could cause sensations in the screened person's privates without a direct touch through clothing of screener on genitals. By an act of extreme charity, we could suppose that this is what TSA means by "resistance".

    Yet, this is not what is in fact occurring. The reports of direct contact of screener's hands directly against genitalia through clothing are too numerous to dismiss. It must therefore be concluded that this touching is what is in fact being taught. And therefore "resistance" has to be understood for what it is, a euphemism for direct contact of the screener's hand against the genitalia of the passenger through clothing. At one time I believe Rugape used to insist you did not touch the genitals if you did the screening properly, but I notice that he no longer talks about that. It is inconceivable that such an invasive search done at random would pass the existing court cases limiting administrative searches. When it becomes known that these TSA searches are in fact genital searches, citizens will start asking why the courts have not acted even though they were presented with many opportunities to do so.
  19. RB

    RB Founding Member

    Rugapee, just wondering, when you clear the intergluteal cleft do you use your thumb and just tickle the 'ol rosebud or use a forefinger and get some deep penetration?
  20. I think that was before his airport got the scanners and sexualized patdowns. They must do something to alter the screeners' souls when they train them on the new procedures.
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