Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by Tunescribe, Apr 9, 2018.
Been there, done worse. And brother, those weren't 'doggy' bags
I wanted to refresh my memory on this incident and I have to confess I misremembered a few key details. My apologies. The kid was 17, not 12. And his notes were a bit more aggressive than I remembered.
"[Expletive] you. Stay the
[expletive] out of my bag you [expletive] sucker. Have you found a
[expletive] bomb yet? No, just clothes. Am I right? Yea, so
Here is an article showing what happened:
Teen arrested for asking the TSA whether he has a bomb - FlyerTalk Forums
I hope you were kidding with this.
That whole first amendment thing can be so darned inconvenient, and everyone who ever does anything stupid should be arrested immediately.
My bad. Just changed it to the correct designation.
Once jete catches on outside of this forum that unsightly [expletive] will be eliminated and that will be a much more seamless read:
"Jete you. Stay the
jete out of my bag you jete'n sucker. Have you found a
jete'n bomb yet? No, just clothes. Am I right? Yea, so
It was far more gentle as was. The irony of course is that I do in fact bag what my dog 'does.'
That's funny jete. That jete-y little jete didn't know he was headed for deep jete. I'll assume he had jete to pay from his jete'd-off father.
When I first read about that years ago that was my 2nd jeten thought. The first is what jete for brains LEO took the idiot TSA agent seriously enough to arrest the little jete? Seriously how did any cop not just look at that jeten moron and say "jete you and the jeten horse you jeten road in on! I am not arresting some jetey little jetewipe for this weakjete jete. If I jeten cuff and stuff the little jete I will never hear the jeten end of this jete. Just shut the jete up and get back to your own jeten job you jetehole. Can't you just keep entertaining yourself fondling the granny panties in some jeten retiree's suitcase instead of makin' my jeten life difficult you worthless jete?"
Of course it explains the shoes. Thats why I brought that up
I said they didn't ask me any questions and I'm telling the full truth.
I was actually on a two week trip at the time and went through 2 other airports, where again they asked me a few questions, nothing to serious, went through my bags.
That time in Vegas, I wasn't asked a single secondary question. Yet I was told i was verified.
Last, you're very wrong about Facial recognition and biometric usage at airports. Its public information. Do your research!
That's freaking hilarious.
For being stupid enough to joke about explosives in an airport, I’m fine with arrests or just banning the person from flying for a while.
In my opinion that’s not just stupid, it’s a crime.
Besides, the 1st amendment also doesn’t allow one to yell fire in a crowded building. Joking about explosives to any government official in any space is far worse of an offense. The same would apply to yelling “Gun!!”.
We don’t have the right to say anything we please without consequences. And I’m one that would report someone I heard discussing explosives in an airport.
The sacrifices we make!!
And, in my opinion, it's your take that is stupid.
Actually it does.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
The USSC ruling doesn't change what's right there in the text. It's just one example of many where the USSC violates the very Constitution it's supposed to be upholding. The better argument would be that states could pass the laws that the feds could not.
"Gun!" and "Fire!" would be equivalents. "Yeah, I've got a bomb in my items", as a sarcastic commentary, does not even reach the standard as to why "Fire!" was deemed problematic by the 9 black robed clowns.
And that's why people like you are a huge part of the problem.
I admit ...I was a big problem when I was a kid...first it was crank phone calls "hey, you got Prince Phillip in a can? Well, you better let him out!"...I graduated to egging passing cars from behind the bushes on busy Park Ave in Cranston until one day, I hit the driver's side window of this lady's car...she went beserk and chased me and my best friend about three miles until we lost her in the swamp off Budlong Avenue. Then there was the flaming bag of sh!t trick we used to pull every Friday night. In those days there were no laws about cleaning up after Bowser so there was always plenty of fresh dogshit to stuff in a bag, douse it with lighter fluid, light it, hit the doorbell ...and run light hell. Worked...every...single...time.
Finally, my best friend got dropped by his first girlfriend, broke his heart. He wasn't rich enough(therefore not good enough) for her. He was down in the dumps. I cheered him up quick though...we went over to her palatial house off Shirley drive one night and put a couple of dozen blockbusters on Camel cigarette fuses all around the cellar windows. We walked a few blocks away and waited. You can probably guess what happened next but the next day she came into school blabbing hysterically about "the attack!". She begged Jimmy to take her back to protect her. They didn't last long though. She had bazooka mams but a "face ala vace" as we called it back then. Equine like would be the best way to describe it.
and then I grew up.
This is disturbing unless you got a book/movie deal out of it.
The constitution isn’t SUPPOSED to be taken literally. It was written to sustain the test of time and is supposed to interpreted as society changes.
That’s the genius of its authors.
I admit, I am a lover of laws. I love obeying them as a citizen. That’s why don’t roll through stop signs, read or send texts while driving or cross over solid yellow lines in the road. If that’s “part of the problem”, eat me Dues!
What -- no cucumbers jammed up car tailpipes? No "decorating" properties with toilet paper? One of my favorites was taking a stop sign from a school (the stand-alone kind with its own pedestal) and putting it on a highway median, then watching cars stop. Also kidnapping three turkeys from a turkey farm, sneaking them into a guy's house at 3 a.m. and letting them loose.
We're supposed to take that on faith, eh?
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