More Fun with the Airline Screening Playset: Body Imaging X-Ray Edition!

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by N965VJ, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. N965VJ

    N965VJ Original Member

    I was looking for a mugshot of the latest TSA screener that was just arrested :rolleyes: when I stumbled upon this site.

    Enjoy! :D
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  2. jtodd

    jtodd Original Member

    That is awesome!
  3. Sunny Goth

    Sunny Goth Original Member Coach

    That's a very good blog site - good privacy stuff there.
  4. Lisa Simeone

    Lisa Simeone Original Member

  5. FaustsAccountant

    FaustsAccountant Original Member

    I saw this a few years ago over at Amazon

    Scroll down and read the reviews. Priceless. There are few good ones.

    Coach, can I quote one of them here? If not, please delete for me.

    "I was a little disappointed when I first bought this item, because the functionality is limited. My 5 year old son pointed out that the passenger's shoes cannot be removed. Then, we placed a deadly fingernail file underneath the passenger's scarf, and neither the detector doorway nor the security wand picked it up. My son said "that's the worst security ever!". But it turned out to be okay, because when the passenger got on the Playmobil B757 and tried to hijack it, she was mobbed by a couple of other heroic passengers, who only sustained minor injuries in the scuffle, which were treated at the Playmobil Hospital.
    The best thing about this product is that it teaches kids about the realities of living in a high-surveillence society. My son said he wants the Playmobil Neighborhood Surveillence System set for Christmas. I've heard that the CC TV cameras on that thing are pretty worthless in terms of quality and motion detection, so I think I'll get him the Playmobil Abu-Gharib Interogation Set instead (it comes with a cute little memo from George Bush)."


    "When I bought this toy, I was looking forward to placing my minority-action figure through the metal detector, and then running the little script I prepared: "Excuse me sir, but you have been 'randomnly' selected for additional scans. Please let us take a sample from your shoe while the computer analyzes findings for any radioactive or biohazardous material".

    It's too bad that they never came out with the "Pat-Down" edition, where fat guards are groping women for weapons, and turning customers away who refuse the degrading method of search.

    My only suggestion is that if this is based on the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, please don't forget to include the bums who torment you for spare change. Thanks!"

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