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TSA left something strange in my luggage.

 
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Could this be why you have 2 SUN flower seeds in your luggage?

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Could it mean 2 months away (2 sunflowers seeds), as some sort of inside hint to the outside?

Just a thought. Life has weird ways of showing you signs and patterns that are often dismissed.
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Nice thinking, or maybe it has something to do with 2 Suns?
Blue kachina, niburu or whatever..
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You're right, Blue Kachina the return of the purifier
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07/28/2013 02:20 PM
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lol...funny shit dude....sunflower seeds on burgers
sunflower seeds on a burger?....what a dumbass
maybe the tsa agent was a fat bastard who was munching a big fat burger with sunflower seeds on while searching through and soling your underwear in you luggage
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touch a nerve you fat bastard
they are edible
for you fat bastards
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This is so weird!

There's a huge potato field across the street and only 2 sunflowers standing in it!

I'll take pics when I walk my dog!
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Weird! I wonder if there is a message there. I can see it happening once, but twice, the same thing, on both legs of the trip. Just strange!
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It's odd because it would have been inspected by two different TSA agents at two different airports.
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No pics still from OP.

so... bsflag

And shame that you would make some shit like this up. You disinfo fags are the worst of the fucking worst.
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Sorry uploaded photo, but forgot to post. Here you go.

[link to i1111.photobucket.com]
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Finally pictures! Thank you!

Looks like ordinary seeds. Is it possible that TSA is testing new equipment for detecting plants and herbs inside people's checked luggage. I can think of them being interested in that capability.
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plant the sunflower seeds and see if something crazy happens. maybe they are GMO zombie sunflowers that are going to start walking and shit
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Good idea, I still have the seeds.
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I would be scared just to touch them. You never know what was put on them before you handled them.
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07/28/2013 02:24 PM
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this
No pics still from OP.

so... bsflag

And shame that you would make some shit like this up. You disinfo fags are the worst of the fucking worst.
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Sorry uploaded photo, but forgot to post. Here you go.

[link to i1111.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44136221

Finally pictures! Thank you!

Looks like ordinary seeds. Is it possible that TSA is testing new equipment for detecting plants and herbs inside people's checked luggage. I can think of them being interested in that capability.
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No pics still from OP.

so... bsflag

And shame that you would make some shit like this up. You disinfo fags are the worst of the fucking worst.
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Sorry uploaded photo, but forgot to post. Here you go.

[link to i1111.photobucket.com]
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I retract my accusations, sir.
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dooooom

Of the sunflower kind.
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I am an artist, and I just came down to my studio to do a little work. First thing I saw is this painting I am working on. This piece is large, about 7 feet wide. Maybe it has something to do with this.

[link to s1111.photobucket.com]

Just a thought.....
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Re: TSA left something strange in my luggage.
Those sunflowers look like bird food seeds not the kind they sell for people to eat.
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Re: TSA left something strange in my luggage.
Could this be why you have 2 SUN flower seeds in your luggage?

[link to www.adguk-blog.com]

Could it mean 2 months away (2 sunflowers seeds), as some sort of inside hint to the outside?

Just a thought. Life has weird ways of showing you signs and patterns that are often dismissed.
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Nice thinking, or maybe it has something to do with 2 Suns?
Blue kachina, niburu or whatever..
 Quoting: Mindfulnesz


You're right, Blue Kachina the return of the purifier
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And sunflowers are also planted to suck up the heavy metal toxins from the soil.
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I just returned from a trip to the east coast. I flew out of LAX. Nothing unusual, standard security procedure. The flight was ordinary, no problems,

I arrive at my friends house, she takes me to the guest room, so I start unpacking. We are talking as I unpack. I am about half way done when between 2 tee shirts I find 2 sunflower seeds still in the shell.

My friend and I figured the TSA guy that went through my luggage probably dropped them out of his shirt pocket. We were both a little disturbed by the thought of this guy going so thoroughly through my luggage that he leaves sunflower seeds between my clothes.

After unpacking I had a little garbage bag that I put the seeds in and threw it away.

Great 10 days, then time to return to Los Angeles. On the last day of my trip I did all my laundry so I would return with clean clothes. I emptied and shook out my suitcase before neatly packing all my clothes.

When I arrived at the airport, again, another uneventful bag check-in.

When I arrived home and started unpacking by luggage, half way down, again between 2 tee shirts there were 2 sunflower seeds.

Now they did not seem to dropped, but placed there. What are chances of this happening twice on the same trip, both legs of the trip. And at different airports.

Again, the second set of seeds were most definitely placed there.

I naturally thought that my friend was playing a prank on me, but nobody had access to my luggage from the time I packed until I handed it over to the TSA.

I called my friend to tell her what a funny joke that was, knowing she didn't touch my bag. She had no idea what I was talking about. She's not really the jokester type.

I have never had sunflower seeds put in my luggage before. I also haven't flown in a couple of years. Does everyone who checks in bags now get sunflower seeds placed in your bag?
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07/28/2013 02:33 PM
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Re: TSA left something strange in my luggage.
Those sunflowers look like bird food seeds not the kind they sell for people to eat.
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Good point, but then that makes it more confusing.
Maybe it's because I was flying. haha
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Re: TSA left something strange in my luggage.
this
No pics still from OP.

so... bsflag

And shame that you would make some shit like this up. You disinfo fags are the worst of the fucking worst.
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Sorry uploaded photo, but forgot to post. Here you go.

[link to i1111.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44136221

Finally pictures! Thank you!

Looks like ordinary seeds. Is it possible that TSA is testing new equipment for detecting plants and herbs inside people's checked luggage. I can think of them being interested in that capability.
 Quoting: We Who Watch

 Quoting: John Footpenis 21161999


Why always 2 seeds and not just one or three? Why place them snugly in the middle of the clothing and not just on top or 1 layer down? Seems to me that they're doing tracking tests. Did anyone else you know fly with you or has recently flown? Did they mention finding anything in their suitcases? Hey, maybe they're giving off small amounts of radiation and they're test tracking that?
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This is not a symbol, the seeds were placed there for a specific reason.
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I mentioned this to a friend, who is a TSA agent. Not sure if she was joking but she said its a signal to other TSA agents when the luggage is scanned. She said the seeds would show up during an screening of the suitcase. I asked what they "signaled" and she laughed and said she couldnt tell me but "not to worry".

I ten said if they can stick seeds in someones luggage they could put anything in there and she said TSA would "never do anything like that".

Oh yeah? You placed seeds in there didnt you ???
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I am an artist, and I just came down to my studio to do a little work. First thing I saw is this painting I am working on. This piece is large, about 7 feet wide. Maybe it has something to do with this.

[link to s1111.photobucket.com]

Just a thought.....
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Hmmm...
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I mentioned this to a friend, who is a TSA agent. Not sure if she was joking but she said its a signal to other TSA agents when the luggage is scanned. She said the seeds would show up during an screening of the suitcase. I asked what they "signaled" and she laughed and said she couldnt tell me but "not to worry".

I ten said if they can stick seeds in someones luggage they could put anything in there and she said TSA would "never do anything like that".

Oh yeah? You placed seeds in there didnt you ???
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whoa. very interesting.
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That was my first thought, so that is one of the reasons I decided to post. If that was the case, I think many people would have sunflower seeds in their luggage as well. Or maybe just put in my suitcase once, not twice in the same trip. Plus they look like normal seeds.
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plant the sunflower seeds and see if something crazy happens. maybe they are GMO zombie sunflowers that are going to start walking and shit
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Then you'll have plants to fight off those zombies.
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I mentioned this to a friend, who is a TSA agent. Not sure if she was joking but she said its a signal to other TSA agents when the luggage is scanned. She said the seeds would show up during an screening of the suitcase. I asked what they "signaled" and she laughed and said she couldnt tell me but "not to worry".

I ten said if they can stick seeds in someones luggage they could put anything in there and she said TSA would "never do anything like that".

Oh yeah? You placed seeds in there didnt you ???
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Most people would not notice the seeds and it would be a good way to signal the luggage has been scanned, think of the numbers of people there dealing with-
new way to get through the airport a bit faster... ;)

Last Edited by DMTHC on 07/28/2013 02:41 PM
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I just returned from a trip to the east coast. I flew out of LAX. Nothing unusual, standard security procedure. The flight was ordinary, no problems,

I arrive at my friends house, she takes me to the guest room, so I start unpacking. We are talking as I unpack. I am about half way done when between 2 tee shirts I find 2 sunflower seeds still in the shell.

My friend and I figured the TSA guy that went through my luggage probably dropped them out of his shirt pocket. We were both a little disturbed by the thought of this guy going so thoroughly through my luggage that he leaves sunflower seeds between my clothes.

After unpacking I had a little garbage bag that I put the seeds in and threw it away.

Great 10 days, then time to return to Los Angeles. On the last day of my trip I did all my laundry so I would return with clean clothes. I emptied and shook out my suitcase before neatly packing all my clothes.

When I arrived at the airport, again, another uneventful bag check-in.

When I arrived home and started unpacking by luggage, half way down, again between 2 tee shirts there were 2 sunflower seeds.

Now they did not seem to dropped, but placed there. What are chances of this happening twice on the same trip, both legs of the trip. And at different airports.

Again, the second set of seeds were most definitely placed there.

I naturally thought that my friend was playing a prank on me, but nobody had access to my luggage from the time I packed until I handed it over to the TSA.

I called my friend to tell her what a funny joke that was, knowing she didn't touch my bag. She had no idea what I was talking about. She's not really the jokester type.

I have never had sunflower seeds put in my luggage before. I also haven't flown in a couple of years. Does everyone who checks in bags now get sunflower seeds placed in your bag?
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The shells don't look healthy. They are very small and look deformed.

I'd get rid of them and not plant them. What if they are poisonous and you kill bees from it.
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I mentioned this to a friend, who is a TSA agent. Not sure if she was joking but she said its a signal to other TSA agents when the luggage is scanned. She said the seeds would show up during an screening of the suitcase. I asked what they "signaled" and she laughed and said she couldnt tell me but "not to worry".

I ten said if they can stick seeds in someones luggage they could put anything in there and she said TSA would "never do anything like that".

Oh yeah? You placed seeds in there didnt you ???
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whoa. very interesting.
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That sounds reasonable. But then I wonder why the anomaly. If it were that common, won't more people on this thread have found seeds in their bags?
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Those ex toilet cleaning bastards better smarten the hell up.

They do it just to screw with your heads.
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TSA has been contracting out to Squirrels. Nothing to worry about.
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It's a warning of the flowering of a second sun.
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The shells don't look healthy. They are very small and look deformed.

I'd get rid of them and not plant them. What if they are poisonous and you kill bees from it.
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Good point. Thanks. I don't even want to touch them.
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It's a warning of the flowering of a second sun.
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Clever
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I mentioned this to a friend, who is a TSA agent. Not sure if she was joking but she said its a signal to other TSA agents when the luggage is scanned. She said the seeds would show up during an screening of the suitcase. I asked what they "signaled" and she laughed and said she couldnt tell me but "not to worry".

I ten said if they can stick seeds in someones luggage they could put anything in there and she said TSA would "never do anything like that".

Oh yeah? You placed seeds in there didnt you ???
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whoa. very interesting.
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That sounds reasonable. But then I wonder why the anomaly. If it were that common, won't more people on this thread have found seeds in their bags?
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good point.
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... WOW! ... dry runs to see how well they can plant "plagues" ...
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... seriously! ...
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