Revelations of Ron, Muse of the Platte

Discussion in 'What's On Your Mind?' started by Ron, Oct 16, 2011.

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  1. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    Only emotionally crippled individuals would support that position LeAnne, which is why I do not find it surprising coming from you.

    The fat is that master’s degrees and doctorates are far more common in the TSA than anyone here could ever guess. I work with several people who have master’s degrees in fields not associated with their duties, and one or two who have just such a degree. Of course Associates degrees and Bachelor’s degrees are the most common, but just about everyone I work with has some higher education.

    You can demean and degrade what you refuse to understand all you want, it will not change the facts.

    TSORon
     
  2. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    In this venue do you actually think that I care what others here think about my credibility? Can I have some of what you are smoking please?

    And I thought you were not going to engage me, what happened to that? I know, you just cant help yourself can you. Sorry, I am already spoken for.
     
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    People, yes. LeAnne? Not this week. Not last week either now that I think about it. I don’t do emotional cripples, I can do without the drama.



    All of the above is absolutely correct. Some folks refuse to be validated, have their own agenda, or are so far past the edge of reason that there is no way to deal with them, yet we still have to screen them. Best to just get it over with and them to their flight. Cut the experience down to the shortest amount of time we can while maintaining the required level of screening. Its not always possible to meet everyone’s personal needs, and as we all know some folks are far more needy than others.



    LeAnne and I have a pretty long history. Don’t make judgments until you know the whole story. You only make yourself look ignorant.



    LeAnne is terrified by the idea that some TSO’s may be her educational or social equal, or even her superior. Most of us have some college (at least at my airport), my supervisor has a Bachelors degree in communications, the guy who works next to me spent 20 years in the service and 10 in civilian law enforcement and has a bachelors degree in criminal justice. I know of at least 2 people at my airport with doctorate degrees. All of these things terrify her, she cannot see us as anything but hairy baboons looking to cop a feel.

    None of her flaws are my fault. Neither are any of her fears. She has only to look in the mirror to find the cause of these things, but she also fears that and prefers to transfer that responsibility to the folks of the TSA. Like I said, an emotional cripple.
     
  4. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    Or maybe you are seeing things that do not exist? Which is most likely.

    TSORon
     
  5. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    Read again. The crew was in the middle of their departure checklists when she demanded to be let off. Airlines like to be on time, and now days there are fine associated with not doing so. Demands to be let off, then demands to get back on? Lucky the other passengers didnt throw their shoes at her.
     
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    Ron Original Member

    Hmm, arrested. Nope, not the TSA. Might want to talk to the local cops about it though. Now that I think about it, MJ is a schedule 2 drug, and its a federal crime to possess it (not being a lawyer and all). Sounds like the "idiot" was the passenger and not the finders.
     
  7. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    Sounds more like parents who cant control their child. Cant condone the reported yelling by TSO's, but they DID follow procedure. Not sure I believe mom's story either, to much fishy smell in it.
     
  8. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    So, no matter what, the TSA is at fault. Even if the parents are lying. Interesting.

    Can any of you ever envision a situation where a TSO did what you would consider "the right thing" (ignoring your personal impulses to imagine mayhem on the TSA in general)?

    Being here is like being a teacher in a nursery school, same education level and the same irrational denial of personal responsibility by the children.
     
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    Ron Original Member

    TSA was not involved, other than a short report about a possible theft in its area of control. And it was not a theft, it was an idiot who couldn't find her own wallet even though she was sitting on it. Made an entire flight late for departure, because she was irrational. I don't blame the pilot for denying her re-entry to the aircraft. Its a natural consequence for her actions.
     
  10. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    Aww, come on boys and girls, why not do what adults do and control your children? Its pretty simple, believe me I have quite a bit of experience in this area. A simple "NO" from one of the parents could have avoided this entire issue. They failed. Period.

    If you are going to blame someone, try blaming the one's responsible for once.

    TSORon
     
  11. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    You need only look as far as your fellow posters here madam. And of course the executive director, but we wont talk about that.

    TSORon
     
  12. Ron

    Ron Original Member

    The difference is, if you knew anything about the subject you would know the procedures were wise and needed.

    As much as the Executive Director here does? Interesting. Also interesting that you don’t really know any TSO's, yet you feel justified in stereotyping us as all the same. I suppose we could say that all ditch diggers are low-life scum sucking pigs, or all auto mechanics are wife beating drunkards with terrible hygiene, or that doctors are greedy and arrogant societal rejects with god complexes. Would you agree with any of those?

    Speaking of a slippery slope.
     
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    Ron Original Member

    Maybe I'll find your education there? Maybe your common sense? Who knows, I could even find BD/RB there, you two seem so close.
     
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