Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by THawk996, Sep 16, 2011.
TSA Explosive Detector Finds Something Fishy: Nearly 240 Things in Fact
Sorry, this made me laugh:
Another data point in favor of NH3 being one of triggers for ETD.
lol ammonia? why?
Ahhh - thanks for the chemistry lesson Caradoc and Affection!
Ah, I thought you might have been trying to be funny, but wasn't sure. It's also a precursor to human urine and a common household cleaner (e.g., Windex), so it would be a particularly bad thing to test for.
That dude is such an (expletive deleted) loser. Seriously, look at his picture, read his corny jokes. He's a loser to the nth degree.
How dare you insult a FT member!
lol I remember being told on FT that I couldn't criticize Blogger Bob because apparently he had an account there. Wankers.
It's also a precursor for multiple common explosives which are really, really easy to make. The easiest of those are so unstable that it's unlikely they'd get them to the airport, though.
Actually, one of them is so unstable it's unlikely they'd get it packaged to go to the airport...
Look, anyone who thinks they're going to go on FT as a company representative and get a warm reception is in for a rude awakening. I know, I was once that person. The abuse I took over such things as changes in the way we were going to handle seat assignments would make Bloviating Blob cry himself to sleep while putting his disproportionately sized head on his pillow.
Bob Burns, here's a piece of advice from me to you. Put on your big girl panties and stop being such an obnoxious (expletive deleted).
On his pillow? Sounds like Janet Incompetano's might already be there.
That'd mean finding a new job, and at this point his credibility is so completely (expletive deleted) that he'd probably have better luck begging people to pay him NOT to write on their behalf.
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