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TSA Ass Raped Me

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Not really, but I went through the whole process yesterday.

 

 

Yesterday I was leaving Portland and going thru security at the airport. I do not trust the scanners and opted out. This is something I always do, so I knew the drill. Basically, they pat you down and rub their hands after the pat down on a swab and scan the swab for explosives. The pat down is less then I have received from the police.

 

But yesterday, I came up hot for a explosive, Nitro Glycerin. They take me to a private room and go through my bag and do the pat down again. Again, I came up hot for Nitro Glycerin. They start talking to me, just normal chit-chat while one of them gets a supervisor. I asked them what happens if I keep triggering the alarm and they cannot find anything on me, they did not know and were trying to find out. They said it is very rare to trigger the alarm in the first place, and they never had anyone trigger it twice.

 

Eventually a supervisor came by and said I was good to go.

 

Overall, it was pretty fast and not too much of a big deal. Everyone was cool and I tried to stay cool with them, which made it easier.

 

Just wanted to share my experience.

 

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fuck walking through an x ray machine... good call

 

i dont get those who are all liek omg! its not a big deal - just a quick tour of the microwave! probably the same motherfuckers who eat hungryman tv dinners twice a day

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is it un-cool to walk through the fucking x-ray's?? i mean. unless your doing it every other day

it's not going to kill a nigga any faster then the normal cancerous/toxic/whatever bullshit we do to ourselves on a daily. right? i have ZERO tolerance for being touched and eyed and any weirdo shit one typically has to deal with while passing through the gates of an airline so i try to follow procedure as calmly and quickly as possible.

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it'd probably toothpaste, CIL

 

i was randomly taken aside in seattle once and they swabbed me for explosives

i also had to sit there for a few minutes while people talked to me and looked through my stuff

then they let me go. the guy did tell me that it happens to asians a lot because all their hygiene products have glycerin analogs in them

 

i have been through pretty much every type of screening, even the body temperature ones for SARS, and i've got all sorts of stories about it.

 

 

anyway.

walking through those x-ray machines isn't a big deal.

it's probably way worse for the people who have to be near it all day, but i don;t really know

i'd guess you get a comparable amount of radiation exposure from sitting in front of a tv all week, going to a tanning salon or being in the sun all day.

people that work at airports in general, out on the tarmac, are exposed to a lot more radiation than the rest of us, and they don't seem to die or get cancer at higher rates.

you won't avoid cancer that way anyhow, it's caused by everything, and we all have oncogenes. (dormant cancer genes that can be turned on by viruses)

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i know you attract what you fear & all, but having a can of pop with a smoke is still probably not as bad as walking through one of these cocksuckers

 

idk symbols - im just a simple orchid farmer

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I am at my kids soccer game, so I will have more to add later.

 

Basically the reason I do not go thru the scanners is because I figure if they do not make the crew go thru it, there has to be a reason. I have no personal issues with the pat down, so I just opt out. Sure it might jut be me being paranoid, but I do not see the reason to risk it. I just think about all the things that people use to think were ok, and now they are banned because they cause cancer.

 

To each their own.

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Same thing happened to a co-worker at TF Green in Rhode Island.

 

Hands positive for Nitro Glycerin. Moved into little room. Bag positive for Nitro Glycerin. "The tests are almost never wrong" -TSA agent. 20 minutes later he was at the boarding gate.

 

Toothpaste?

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I had a bag with me that was in Iraq with me. I was in the EOD task force. Maybe there was something from back then still as residue on it.

 

I also used the hotel soap and shampoo that morning. The soap was the glycerin type. I am thinking that is what it was.

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Yeah I don't even bother trying to fly. They usually take one look at me and I'm marked as a trouble maker. Though when I fly out to see my mom for xmas last year I had no issues at all minus them not mentioning my 2 hour delayed flight only showed up 20 minutes late and was boarding.

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When I was a legal courier used to go through metal detectors and have my bag x-rayed several times a day at various courthouses. No big deal once you get the hang of it.

 

Good example of a rookie move- my coworker got pinched at SF City Hall with an ounce of weed in his bag. Definitely one of those "it stops being funny when it starts being you" moments.

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