Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Jun 25, 2012.
She'd look great on a broom.
I think she's perfectly capable of telling the truth when it suits her motives.
I also think she's perfectly capable of lying without so much as a twinge of conscience - because just like every other current TSA employee, she doesn't have one.
I can't tell if the current crop of TSA employees was deliberately selected at hiring for a lack of conscience and morals, or if they're surgically removed at some point and they call it "training."
My daughter, the business traveler, who has told me multiple times I need to "get over" the TSA had previously requested my ashes when the time comes. I made her promise me yesterday that she'd send me by UPS because if I won't allow the TSA to molest me when I'm alive I'll be damned if they'll do it to me after I'm dead!
Oh, what's the problem? We're all safe as long as the TSA is on the job:
Geez! My eyes! Warn people when you post that , will you? That's nasty.
Reminds me of the Crypt Keeper that popped up from the casket on an old TV show.
Crypt Keeper was better looking and had a better sense of humor.
Infinitely. DIV/0! and all of that.
That's hideous. Add about 40 or more pounds and she is your average female screener.
What caught my eye when I found the picture was the numerous wrinkles on her neck and the distinct lack of them on her face. There must be a gallon of Botox at work.
Add 40 lbs, shorten her hair, and darken it, and you've got Janet Napolitano.
I don't think it's cool to make fun of anyone's physical features.
What about when they reflect their psyche? Or lack thereof?
It's a temptation I admit to having succumbed to myself.
I would tend to agree, but considering the crap that comes out, it is quite fitting. Anyways, I'll just say that she is ugly on the inside.
I believe that's a TSA employment requirement.
Been out of pocket but find TSA's position of denial without benefit of any publicly available investigation troubleing.
I have to wonder how anyone of any tiny bit of character can continue working for the disgusting TSA agency. If they remain with TSA they are part of the problem.
TSA has nothing of value to offer America.
I'd say "find one and ask," but I believe that's impossible.
Have to agree 100%, everyone working for TSA must be flawed in some manner.
I don't think there's any question about which manner, either. I've yet to meet, converse with, or read text written by any TSA employee that I'd consider having any morals or ethics. Some of them are simply amoral, and some of them are downright evil.
And some of them are only amoral because their utter lack of any sort of marketable skills means the TSA is the only possible place for them to find a job.
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