Nov 23, 2010

New TSA Bumper Stickers

In light of the new procedures that has everyone up in arms about flying, TSA has issued a series of bumper stickers to help spin this in a better light!

11 comments:

  1. Eh, I don't care if they feel me up and use their x-ray specs to see right through my clothes. As long as they're doing it to the terrorists too, it's all good.

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  2. I wonder if I would be singled out for an extra "special" search if I plastered my carry-on luggage with these?
    Ok, so maybe that's not such a good idea then.I doubt the Security folks would see the humour in it. LOL.- G

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  3. I used to subscribe to the "anything they do in the name of security is ok" camp, but lately I'm changing my mind. As someone who's braved both the full body scanner AND the rigorous pat down I say HAHAHA and also "fuck those guys". I'm not furious about the invasion of my person as much as the invasion of my privacy in principle. It's sad how the U.S. is the land of the free supposedly when it's arguably the least free of all western countries when it comes to your civil rights. I hate travelling these days because you feel like a piece of meat going through an airport. Bag size and weight restrictions, charges for every damn thing, giant lines, people telling you you can't take a bottle of shampoo on board, surly, humorless idiots groping your sideboob. It's gone a little far in the name of "security".

    So yeah, I LOVE THESE STICKERS. :)

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  4. The freedom pat. I love that!

    I haven't had the pleasure of going to second base with TSA yet but I'm seriously considering scheduling a short, unnecessary flight just for the thrill of it.

    When you get to be my age, you get your jollies any way you can.

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  5. I'm all for getting felt up if it means everyone gets to keep their shoes on. OIA smells like feet - nasty dirty rotten cream corn smelling feet. I don't mind the body scanner either - I have to imagine the people who check the images have to have a vomit bag near by - for every one that is a cheap thrill there are about a hundred that make you gag. I'm sure of it.

    If checking out my fat ass thrills them, more power to em.

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  6. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.....

    Ahahahahahahahahaahaaa!

    Simple mind, simple pleasure.

    hahahahahaaa! Barney Frank...
    Love it!

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  7. next time I fly I wanna stuff a great big plastic dildo in my pants and smile REAAL WIDE when they turn the x-ray on me.

    Oh, yeah.

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  8. I want the "privates guards" I've seen that block your junk and contain snarky comments.

    But I never fly anywhere so what's the point?

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  9. You WERE a virgin! HAHAHAHA!!!

    I've been groped more times than I can count during hospital stays, so nothing they could do at the airport would phase me.

    Have you noticed that it's mostly men who are bitching? You'd think that they'd want their packages handled. lol!

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  10. People whine about TSA, but if they do nothing and something happens (or there are even threats of something happening) people whine about that too. Can't blame them for trying to err on the side of nothing happening.

    As for using these stickers ... yea... the TSA guys would probably get a kick out of it, which might hold you up with bored security. I went through Germany with a laptop that my kids had plastered with stickers, including NRA stickers. Security loved it. Seriously... drooling gun fans gathered around asking how many, what kind of, etc. guns I owned. I disappointed them with 'none', but still, I practically had to sign autographs.

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  11. Hilarious. I guess taking a plane is one way to get some action...

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