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U.S. Transportation and Security administration screeners turned up five Gatorade bottles full of what they called a "suspicious-looking liquid." Swabs of the bag and bottles tested positive for the explosives TNT and TATP.
When the bottles were opened, two of the screeners smelled a strong chemical odor, complained of nausea and were rushed to a local hospital, where they treated and released, Kern County Sheriff's spokesman Michael Whorf said.
Kern County Sheriffs deputies, fire crews, FBI agents and members of a "joint terrorism task force" responded to the scene and spent the da
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
PT you have been cracking me up lately!!
TSA is a joke! Airline security is an even bigger joke!!
The biggest joke of all though is Reuters and the AP!!!
I hope someone gets fired! They were "nauseated" because they thought it would get them a day or two off work, and just in case something went boom, they wanted to be across town! LOLOLOL!!
Originally posted by mlmijyd
reply to post by x2Strongx
I think you'll find that more people die in the US from Honey contact than those that die from dark skinned terrorists. It’s a sugar and a lot of people die from too much sugar even if it is natural Honey. Go on Google it
Originally posted by wiredamerican
I really think that honey might actually be part of an explosive .