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Old October 23rd, 2010, 05:37 AM   #1
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This guy describes how he got out of the NAKED BODY SCANNER @ the airport.. (Which are quite dangerous)



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(NaturalNews) I encountered my first airport naked body scanner while flying out of California today, and of course I decided to "opt out" of the scan. You do this by telling the blue-shirted TSA agents that you simply wish to opt out of the body scanner. Here's what happened after that: [more]
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Old October 23rd, 2010, 08:18 AM   #2
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Does anyone go to an NFL game where they are patted down? I see it all the time. Two hands around the waist, two hands across each arms. That's not really a good frisking. But I am used to it when I report for work at the Chargers' games.
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Old October 23rd, 2010, 08:22 AM   #3
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This guy describes how he got out of the NAKED BODY SCANNER @ the airport.. (Which are quite dangerous)



How to opt out of the TSA's naked body scanners at the airport





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Gosh, suppose Ms. Playboy is going through those things and after it is all done, she asks the TSA guard,"how did you like screening my beautiful body? Would you send the results to Mr. Heffner so he can pin it up on his wall, please?"



Of course the TSA guard can only roll his eyes.
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Old October 23rd, 2010, 08:33 AM   #4
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Gosh, suppose Ms. Playboy is going through those things and after it is all done, she asks the TSA guard,"how did you like screening my beautiful body? Would you send the results to Mr. Heffner so he can pin it up on his wall, please?"



Of course the TSA guard can only roll his eyes.
It would be better to simply "grab her crotch."
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Old October 23rd, 2010, 09:01 AM   #5
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This guy describes how he got out of the NAKED BODY SCANNER @ the airport.. (Which are quite dangerous)



How to opt out of the TSA's naked body scanners at the airport





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Very interesting. Lost me on the vaccine scare though. I have yet to see one of these machines either at San Francisco or Oakland, through which I usually travel. I will now opt out when I get the chance.



I haven't seen a pat-down at a US sporting event, but I went to an Italian Serie A soccer match in Brescia once where every single spectator entering the stadium was seriously frisked while several Carabinieri stood by armed and unsmiling.



Ahh... soccer.
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Old October 23rd, 2010, 09:42 AM   #6
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A good strategy to amuse the TSA employees is to submit to the full body scan sporting a raging hard-on.
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Old November 15th, 2010, 07:39 AM   #7
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Airport Security Encounter: Don't 'Touch My Junk,' John Tyner Tells Agent



(Nov. 15) -- A California man got thrown out of San Diego's airport when he refused a revealing full-body scan and then an alternative pat-down, telling a Transportation Security Agent, "If you touch my junk, I'll have you arrested."



John Tyner, 31, said he was told he could face a civil lawsuit and a $10,000 fine for leaving the screening area before the security check was complete, according to news reports and
his blog.



Tyner captured his dust-up with TSA officials in
cell phone recordings now going viral, highlighting the issue of privacy and the debate over the latest screening technology.



"It seems like it struck a chord," Tyner, a software engineer from Oceanside, Calif.,
told the North County Times. "I think people are tired of having their rights stripped away, especially in the face of not very improved security."



Tyner's story began Saturday morning when he went to San Diego International Airport for a flight to South Dakota for a pheasant hunting trip with his father-in-law,
according to The San Diego-Union-Tribune.



At first, he balked at submitting to a full-body scan, according to his blog and news reports. He told the newspaper he was surprised to learn the airport had the machines because the airport's website said it did not.




He opted for the metal detector and basic pat-down, but refused the latter after learning it involved a "groin check."




"I looked him straight in the eye and said, "If you touch my junk, I'll have you arrested," he wrote on his blog.




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More agents arrived, and one told Tyner he could be fined and subject to a lawsuit if he didn't complete the screening, the North County Times said.



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His cell phone video, which captured just the audio, received more 179,000 YouTube hits early today.



"The whole thing just seemed ridiculous. ... I don't intend to fly until these machines go away," he told CNN.




In a statement Sunday, the TSA said the body scans and pat-downs are intended to help make flying safe, the North County Times reported. The agency defended its requirement that people must complete the screening, saying that allowing people to leave halfway through could permit terrorists to try out the nation's security system.



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I am sure this might be someone related to the news I heard this morning on L.A.'s KNX-1070 radio before taking the commuter train to work.



A lady was being interviewed about the body scanners at airports, and talked about the amount of radiation that a body is exposed to when going through these scanners. And I think that the body probably gets the same amount as if it was going through a CAT scan, and not just a simple x-ray, which I had on Friday to see if I have a health problem.



So now, what's your feelings on these things?

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Old November 15th, 2010, 08:16 PM   #8
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Refuse TSA backscatter x-ray and pat down;face a $10k fine

http://johnnyedge.blogspot.com/2010/...y-between.html



IS THIS A FUCKING JOKE??



Totally unreal.......
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IS THIS A FUCKING JOKE??



Totally unreal.......


Your post adds to the one I posted, Dude. So it can't be a joke, pal.



I would go through the screening process, though. Just be silent and go through. I've never had a problem. I suppose when a TSA agent asks me to go through those back-scatter x-rays, I would say, "Oh great. My whole body going to be on candid camera. Maybe the guy behind the screen is a medical researcher and I can be compensated for it."



I was watching CNN Headline News this morning and some of the comments about that was, "TSA needs to get a grip on this situation." I mean, like, what are they going to do? Go back to the stone age before all the hijackings occurred, starting with the Cuban hijackings in the 1960's?



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Everybody should agree to the scan, but just don't agree to get naked.
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