Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by KrazyKat, Jan 16, 2012.
I thought the standing-outside-the-club picture was the only candid of Blogger Bob that existed.
I guess the screener thought she was going to get lucky that day and get a new pair of diamond earrings.
I'm still shaking my head over the cast-iron skillet.
What, pray tell, is anyone going to do with a cast-iron skillet that makes it a threat to passenger safety?
As the incident was described, it was pretty obvious that that was the goal. The screener pulled the jewelry box, opened the lid, poked around in it and then said the diamond earrings were the dangerous items.
Cook an omelet?
As if smurf-clerks needed any MORE cholesterol...
I'm to travel with a pair of mall jewelry (less than c.z.) from here on out, and display then in such a way a screen would drool and giggle.
Errr....over what heat source?
The "torch" lighter they sneaked past the TSA.
People who have tasted my cooking can answer that question for you.
Would it surprise you if it was revealed that our frontline national security was based on a cartoon?
It would explain a lot to me.
KrazyKat says it would explain the brick.
I once dismantled a Dash-8 with a brick. Okay, it is a smallish airplane, and I do have engineering super-skills, and it did take me two weeks, but still. (And it was a brick, but I took it for granite.)
(For the sarcasm-impaired: just kidding. )
When the DHS media monitors read that, you'll be forever fingered as an accomplished terrorist and soon joining 4 Kiwis on a Con Air charter to LAX.
I would have been more impressed if you had eaten it
If this guy was still alive I bet he would be on a no fly list - he has a Cessna listed amongst among his meals.
She's told us several times she has metallic body parts, but she's never told us how they got there.
Dear god. No wonder he lived to be only 57.
Wow - adds a whole new dimension to the phrase "airplane food."
Mike, I have a long and gory story - with x-rays to illustrate - about my hip replacement; if you ever come to Australia I'm happy to share.
You can't post this and not even provide a single picture.
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