Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by RB, Oct 28, 2011.
Remind anyone of a more recent federal agency?
It isn't anything new. Most of it looks like it was directly lifted from the link he provided yesterday.
Which was a historical regurgitation written by someone with a Piled Higher and Deeper in (drum roll) marketing. As soon as I'm on a real computer I'll add this to his other ramblings.
The only red herring is this dump of irrelevant information. All of this translates to "and that's why we feel your groin and look at you naked".
sorry, not buying it.
What to do with these threads after they been de-rambled?
Cheers from the STL airport Hilton (no, we didn't fly here ) & thanks to whoever already de-rambled this thread.
Who ever derambled the thread, thank you that was pages of drivel and probably copyrighted work who even after that didn't cite his work. Then for someone who rants like a lunatic with the attention span of a goldfish that was alot.
It is copyrighted work. I read the stuff from his link and it is pretty much word for word what someone else wrote. Reported it as a violation of the T & Cs of this site. Glad it was pulled and continues being pulled.
Nothing has been "pulled", rather his profound gems of wisdom are all being collected (versammelt for our orthographically hesitant German friend) in one thread (Revelations of Ron, Muse of the Platte), that they might be preserved for the benefit of future generations. Can you imagine a single quotation without the book of Mao? Matthew without Mark, Luke and John? We must preserve his divine insight for the exegesis of future generations of travelers.
and i bet you that Ron doenst have money to pay for a copyright infringement case or fines (150K per violation without "double down" on the penalties). Then again maybe a little prison time and empty bank account would do Ron some good.
Ron citing yet another non-understood work reminds me of the adage that a donkey can carry a whole library on its back.
Neither the donkey nor Ron seems able to distinguish between the proper uses of the two plurals of "herring" -- "herring" when one refers to several of the same species, e.g. "chasing red herring", and "herrings" when one refers to more than one species. Apparently a dictionary is not part of its burden.
Separate names with a comma.