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TSA Outrageous Experiences

 
Chugiakian
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POLL: Do you Feel safer going through TSA?
 Yes, I feel safer, it is a small price to pay for added security
 No, I do not feel safer, and it is a huge hassle!
 Yawn, nothing I can do about it, so I don't say anything, and roll over and wet on myself
 I am MAD as HELL and can't take it any more!
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Just returned from a trip to SFO, VIA PDX, with one layover back to ANC and had to go through security 3 times.

The first time through security, i went though the old fashion metal detector, with my belt. and they didn't even bat an eye lash, as i passed through without a hitch.

the second time through security, I went though the new body scanner, they were telling everybody to remove their belts, then they frisked me (although I recall this wasn't suppose to happen if we went through these machines).

the third time, going through the new body scanner, they let the guy in front of me go through with his belt on, but made me take my belt off, then they frisked me, again! i restrained myself from punching the guy for patting me down. I firmly told him that I didn't appreciate him touching me. Then I informed his supervisor that I do not appreciate being man handled!

upon returning home, i found a love note from the TSA in my luggage that they had searched my bag.

un-frickin real!
How is this suppose to make me feel safer?

Next time I go through security and they want to pat me down, I am going to tell them that I do not give them permission to touch me. then call out "HELP, Call the Police I am being assaulted against my will"!

Do you feel safer going through TSA's airport security?

Post your thought here. share your TSA experiences!
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My youngest went to visit her cousin in Oklahoma during the summer. The flight from Midway was no problem. The flight from Oklahoma to Midway WAS a problem. They actually swabbed her hands for explosives at the Oklahoma airport !!! I was extremely upset, to say the least.

My oldest brother flies pretty frequently. Almost every time he flies, he gets singled out for extra security.
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09/19/2013 11:23 PM
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They know who we all are, they don't care, tchit, I don't care!
I am mad as hell and not going to take it any more.rant
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A co-worker told me that they too, were swabbed for explosives!
She also said that she wanted the guy to frisk her, so she would feel like it was worth it.
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09/19/2013 11:38 PM
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I have travelled to America a few times now...before and after 9/11

Traveling with kids through your airport's is a FUCKING NIGHTMARE!

Big cues, removing shoes, searches (they even took my safety shears out of my travel first aid kit!, I could do more damage with a fucking pen!).....all while tired, with all our luggage.

Will not be going back anytime soon....they can go get fucked the Nazi cunts!

On the way home....arrived in Sydney....waved through the line because we had kids...one attendant even gave us a trolley for the luggage.

What a bunch of paranoid fucks!

Too scared to go out your own front door..

Have to arm yourselves to the teeth just to feel safe...

And look where you are now!

Do you feel any safer..chuckle

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09/19/2013 11:41 PM
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Had no probs with the TSA.

Always been decent, sometimes funny, and often stay out of the way.
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I have travelled to America a few times now...before and after 9/11

Traveling with kids through your airport's is a FUCKING NIGHTMARE!

Big cues, removing shoes, searches (they even took my safety shears out of my travel first aid kit!, I could do more damage with a fucking pen!).....all while tired, with all our luggage.

Will not be going back anytime soon....they can go get fucked the Nazi cunts!

On the way home....arrived in Sydney....waved through the line because we had kids...one attendant even gave us a trolley for the luggage.

What a bunch of paranoid fucks!

Too scared to go out your own front door..

Have to arm yourselves to the teeth just to feel safe...

And look where you are now!

Do you feel any safer..chuckle

zillapalm
 Quoting: mr2


Safer? LMAO, NOT!
I feel humiliated after going through the TSA!
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Going through Phoenix airport a few years back.. some black TSA thug drunk on his illusionary power, starts screaming at my wife because she had one of those teeny tiny bottles of Bianca breath drops in her carry on that she failed to remove.

The guy's making a big deal pointing and puffin' like it's a freakin' national scandal.

We laughed at the prick and just kept walking
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I refuse to fly because of the TSA Gestapo.

That's easy for me to say because I don't need to fly for a job or anything, but I will not be flying again on vacation or anything until they stop requiring people to abdicate their 4th amendment right not to be searched without reasonable suspicion and treating people like owned cattle.
"God forbid we should ever be 20 years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, & always, well informed... If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty... Let them take arms... What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. " - Thomas Jefferson in 1787
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I refuse to fly because of the TSA Gestapo.

That's easy for me to say because I don't need to fly for a job or anything, but I will not be flying again on vacation or anything until they stop requiring people to abdicate their 4th amendment right not to be searched without reasonable suspicion and treating people like owned cattle.
 Quoting: Resister



I told my boss today that I want to drive to the next out of state business trip.
after I said it would take 3 days, one way, she just shook her head and walked away.sheeplebah
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This never made it to the MSM but...

[link to thegardenisland.com]

And if you get to looking in the comments section you will see comments from people who were there. What they have to say will make you want run from these machines.

Sure it's just a little radiation they say, you'll get way more on the plane, but they fail to mention radiation accumulates within your body. That's why I always opt out & go for the pat down.

Different places, different people, TSA can be warm & friendly, total assholes & thieves. When you go thru and have been in line for ever and you hit the magic number for a full body pat down & explosives test (where there are no body scanners) it can really test your patience. The look I've seen on TSA faces when this has happen to me has been the complete look of dread, oh shit, this is so stupid and they seem more irritated that myself having to play by the "rules". A little more common sense factor could play into the TSA and make travels happier for everyone.

Also at LIH (Lihue, HI) security, they want you to remove EVERYTHING from your person but your clothing jewelry. That includes your cash & ID. This infuriates me to no end. This situation goes from very confrontational or they completely ignore the fact you kept it on your person. After the incident in 2011, I always opt out & they don't seem to care much that you keep it on you. You just pull out your cash and after they give it a quick glance put it back in your pocket.

At RNO (Reno, NV) TSA tells you to keep you cash on you.

Which TSA is correct on the matter of cash & your ID?

I thought they were "removing" or "phasing out" all the full body scanners, I know they removed them in Europe because of radiation concerns. "When" or "is" this suppose to happen?
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This never made it to the MSM but...

[link to thegardenisland.com]

And if you get to looking in the comments section you will see comments from people who were there. What they have to say will make you want run from these machines.

Sure it's just a little radiation they say, you'll get way more on the plane, but they fail to mention radiation accumulates within your body. That's why I always opt out & go for the pat down.

Different places, different people, TSA can be warm & friendly, total assholes & thieves. When you go thru and have been in line for ever and you hit the magic number for a full body pat down & explosives test (where there are no body scanners) it can really test your patience. The look I've seen on TSA faces when this has happen to me has been the complete look of dread, oh shit, this is so stupid and they seem more irritated that myself having to play by the "rules". A little more common sense factor could play into the TSA and make travels happier for everyone.

Also at LIH (Lihue, HI) security, they want you to remove EVERYTHING from your person but your clothing jewelry. That includes your cash & ID. This infuriates me to no end. This situation goes from very confrontational or they completely ignore the fact you kept it on your person. After the incident in 2011, I always opt out & they don't seem to care much that you keep it on you. You just pull out your cash and after they give it a quick glance put it back in your pocket.

At RNO (Reno, NV) TSA tells you to keep you cash on you.

Which TSA is correct on the matter of cash & your ID?

I thought they were "removing" or "phasing out" all the full body scanners, I know they removed them in Europe because of radiation concerns. "When" or "is" this suppose to happen?
 Quoting: Watdhel



Not sure when the phase out will happen. One thing is for sure, the radiation is not confined to those machines.
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I have all kind of metallic shit holding me together, so every trip to an airport is , well to say the least an experience.


TSA can suck my metallic parts and kiss my ass, treat me like a piece of shit.

I have all sorts of medical card that are supposed to circumvent those asshole from molesting me, but they are what they are.


By the way, some real ugly dude wanted to marry me, ugh!!!!

Almost died of ugliness, his not mine.
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I have all kind of metallic shit holding me together, so every trip to an airport is , well to say the least an experience.


TSA can suck my metallic parts and kiss my ass, treat me like a piece of shit.

I have all sorts of medical card that are supposed to circumvent those asshole from molesting me, but they are what they are.


By the way, some real ugly dude wanted to marry me, ugh!!!!

Almost died of ugliness, his not mine.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37222755


how about doing the same thing my friend did.....ask for a female to frisk you, so you feel like you got something in return.
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