Saturday, December 02, 2006

the New Mile High Club -- coming to an airport near you!

(reality is rendering satire completely fucking useless. here's the latest -- before you board your next flight to visit grandma, you are going to posing NAKED for a TSA rent-a-cop in a "remote location" just to make sure you aren't hiding anything up your hidey hole. feel safer? i do. i think this should be done like on Roller Coasters -- so after you go thru "security" you get to view your pic and buy a copy if you like. "look, honey -- it's Grandma's Rectal Exam from flying the friendly skies last Thanksgiving! -- brook)

XRay Naked Pics for "Officer in Remote Location"

Just when you thought they were creepy enough. Just when they cornered one too many of our wives and daughters into a little screening area to start laying their hands on their bodies in the name of "security," it's not enough. These pseudo-officers, high on their tin soldier power, want to ogle our wives and daughters de-robed and vulnerable.

Phoenix Airport will be the first to test a new screening system that only felons deserve to be subject to. The screening system effectively photographs its subject nude.
According to the article, the images are seen by an "officer in a remote location."

You want some middle-aged man looking at a photograph of your 17-year-old daughter without her clothes on? A middle-aged man in a booth by himself?

This is the most odious proposal by the creepy TSA since September 11. I predict it will cause widespread outrage. I believe this airport might even see a boycott.

The TSA isn't satisfied with anything. They've forced us to buy every liquid we use for our hygiene two times: once in actual size and once in three ounce bottles. They've backed up lines and caused headaches and misery for millions of commuters. They're skeptical of 99-year-olds and six year-olds.

This is excessive and these machines will be abused by perverts hiding behind the curtains. I guarantee that the makers of these machines have a nice little financial deal with some corrupt politician in Washington. We shouldn't stand for this, and the airlines should use their bargaining power to tell these creeps, "No."

We will not have a bunch of Mark Foleys watching our wives and daughters from their private little booths doing whatever it is they are doing in there on our tax dollars.


Blogger tony not Tony said...

Where hearts were entertaining June
We stood beneath an amber moon
And softly murmured someday soon...
We kissed...
And clung together
Tomorrow was another day
The morning found me miles away *
With still a million things to say
When twilight dims the skies above **
Recalling thrills of our love
There's one thing I'm certain of
I will...
to old...

Thursday, December 07, 2006 8:07:00 AM  

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