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posted on Feb, 22 2011 @ 11:43 PM
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Originally posted by drink2forget

Originally posted by kolcath

Originally posted by drink2forget
Maybe you'll drive through Detroit and someone refuses you lunch because you are driving a Honda and NOT a GM? This is really petty stuff folks. Jesus...
oh come on its not the same thing and you know it. you cant have it both ways your either with us or against us..... isnt that what bullyboy bush said


Well next time i'm at SEATAC, i'll bring them a Sammich or an apple or something.


not trying to dis you friend and i respect your opinion even though i dont agree with it. these people are no better than the dreaded ss as someone already pointed out. why shouldnt they be shunned and shamed like this.
best thread of the week thnx. s&f.




posted on Feb, 22 2011 @ 11:46 PM
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They are discriminating without any doubt. Even though i have no use for TSA policys the individual TSA agents do not make the policys nor the rules. Now if they refuse to serve Janet Napalotano then thats OK with me! But the individual TSA workers are not the problem. Its the same as refusing to serve the men & women who serve in our military, we hate the war and policys that required them to go fight but refusing to serve them isn't right.

Good intention, wrong execution of it.



posted on Feb, 22 2011 @ 11:52 PM
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Originally posted by kolcath

Originally posted by drink2forget

Originally posted by kolcath

Originally posted by drink2forget
Maybe you'll drive through Detroit and someone refuses you lunch because you are driving a Honda and NOT a GM? This is really petty stuff folks. Jesus...
oh come on its not the same thing and you know it. you cant have it both ways your either with us or against us..... isnt that what bullyboy bush said


Well next time i'm at SEATAC, i'll bring them a Sammich or an apple or something.


not trying to dis you friend and i respect your opinion even though i dont agree with it. these people are no better than the dreaded ss as someone already pointed out. why shouldnt they be shunned and shamed like this.
best thread of the week thnx. s&f.


No offense taken! Being in the airline industry changes your opinion on a lot of these matters.
It's shift work, between 10 and 12 hours a day. On your feet, dealing with ugly, b*tchy, sweat-pant wearing pain in the ass people who check all logic at the ticket counter (IE, "Ugly Americans") Now fellow airport employees refuse to even FEED them. They've caught a tough break, they have a tough job, and this just adds fuel to the fire of hatred to the TSA. In the end, i'm happy they are at least employed while I know so many others that are looking for jobs. Maybe I will pick them up a sammich next time i'm out there...



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 12:03 AM
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Originally posted by drink2forget


No offense taken! Being in the airline industry changes your opinion on a lot of these matters.
It's shift work, between 10 and 12 hours a day. On your feet, dealing with ugly, b*tchy, sweat-pant wearing pain in the ass people who check all logic at the ticket counter (IE, "Ugly Americans") Now fellow airport employees refuse to even FEED them. They've caught a tough break, they have a tough job, and this just adds fuel to the fire of hatred to the TSA. In the end, i'm happy they are at least employed while I know so many others that are looking for jobs. Maybe I will pick them up a sammich next time i'm out there...


ha ha sounds the same as my job in the catering industry only i get to eat
but you sound a lot more forgiving than me. star for that and goodnight



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 12:25 AM
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bitching that ones job is a pain in the rear is idiotic if anything ,

no one forced any one to take the job in question ,

xhead explodesx



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 12:37 AM
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And if they didn't like it they can find new jobs... I agree with this! But that doesn't make the situation suck any less for them, ie- Making them have a worse day instead of just a bad day. Remember, we all have bad days on the job here and there.


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posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 12:41 AM
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Originally posted by drink2forget
It's nothing to be concerened about


At the Nuremburg trials the excuse "I was just doing my job and following orders" didn't fly either.

Just pray to your Chocolate Jesus that you never live through that, because that is how it began



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 12:51 AM
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Originally posted by zorgon

Originally posted by drink2forget
It's nothing to be concerened about


At the Nuremburg trials the excuse "I was just doing my job and following orders" didn't fly either.

Just pray to your Chocolate Jesus that you never live through that, because that is how it began


I'm starting to give up... I cannot see comparing F'n Nazi's to Airline TSA employees. Seriously? Well please, by all means entertain the idea of driving instead of having one of those horrible blue-shirt-SS Doomtroopers put you through a 4 second scanner. Your sir, make Chocolate Jesus cry with a comparison like this.



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 12:51 AM
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The only way we can save the TSA agents from their own disservice, is by not servicing them? Well, that is all this restaurant can do.

Travelers should be doing their part by assessing their right of protection, from unreasonable search and seizure, and make the perpetrator's life a living hell of a day, when opportune.


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posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:05 AM
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Originally posted by drink2forget
Seriously?


Yes seriously... This is exactly how it began in Germany... my parents went through it The SS was originally Germany's "Protection Squadron" or Homeland Security.

Last time around in the USA we were looking for a Commie under every bed... now it's terrorist (mostly homegrown anyway hence treating US as the enemy. I bet TSA wouldn't dare grope a Muslim


My father once made a joke about Hitler (like we do about Bush). Unfortunately for him an Officer over heard it and the next day he was sent to the front.

Today we see this..




People like you need to be reminded...

This man is probably turning over in his grave



They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety
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posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:12 AM
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Originally posted by this_is_who_we_are
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The difference is that blacks in the south during segregation had no choice about being black.


I don't think that TSA agents have a choice of who they are neither. It would take a low-life, sub-intelligent person to want to become employed by the TSA. They have run out of options in life.



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:14 AM
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Believe me, you don't WANT to eat in a place that doesn't like you.

Bad, bad mistake.

They best just walk off and write that one off.



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:17 AM
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Originally posted by freedish

The question now is: How the heck are they gunna know who is TSA and who isn't? Unless they are wearing their TSA uniform off-duty lol.
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Knowing who is TSA and who isn't, whether they be on or off duty, isn't near as important as the message being sent by the restaurant owner.

Technically, it could be viewed as discrimination but definately not on par with segregation of blacks prior to the Civil Rights Movement. That's an entirely different can of worms.

This is simply being used by the restaurant owner to make a political statement and as long as the TSA agents aren't in uniform it is unlikely they would be turned away or recognized by anyone eating there.

Any restaurant or place of business can legally turn anyone away it wants. Now, we just have to see whether or not TSA makes a huge deal out of it. If they do it will be hilarious!

No soup for you!

-ChriS



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:27 AM
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Originally posted by zorgon

Originally posted by drink2forget
Seriously?


Yes seriously... This is exactly how it began in Germany... my parents went through it The SS was originally Germany's "Protection Squadron" or Homeland Security.

this is not the only indicator of a fascist regime.
Hitler outlawed all labor unions in 1933.
Anybody notice what is happening in
WI right now ???
Signs of the next Reich are all around us
in the form of a NWO, just as Hitler
envisioned.



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:28 AM
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Originally posted by freedish
The question now is: How the heck are they gunna know who is TSA and who isn't? Unless they are wearing their TSA uniform off-duty lol.
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I would assume that this restaurant being close to the airport got the lunch crowd


Here is another company with a great comeback. A T-Shirt with metallic ink

Make A TSA Agent's Day With A $45 Metal-printed Shirt




So, this company is selling t-shirts now for $45 with the fourth amendment—that’d be the search and seizure one—printed on them in metal. Get it? So TSA agents can read it while they scan you. It’s protest, “a challenge to their unwarranted searches.”


www.motherboard.tv...

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posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:28 AM
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Originally posted by drink2forget

Originally posted by Lemon.Fresh
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And the Maximum soldiers were just doing their jobs.

The excuse does not fly.


 
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Be sure to tell them that next time you try and board a flight
Let's deny someone the ability to eat lunch because you dont like the job they are doing.
Seriously?
edit on 07/23/2007 by drink2forget because: more ranting.


It's not about the job they're doing, it's about how they go about doing it. Sure if what some of them are doing was consistent and justified then by all means come in and eat; but when TSA agents are found masturbating to body scanners, and essentially fingering women in front of a plane's worth of passengers then something has to be done. This isn't some restaurant owner's vendetta against every TSA agent on the planet, it's him sending a message to the organization as a whole and raising awareness of the issue before America's half way down the drain asking themselves what happened.
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posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:38 AM
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Funny you mention the unions I was just looking at that

Gov. Scott Walker plans to remove most union rights
www.sheboyganpress.com...

Governor Walker to cut union rights in budget
www.fox11online.com...

And don't forget that Prescott Bush, Rockefellars Union bank and Standard Oil funded the NAZI into power. That is history now and Great grand pappy Bush was sanctioned for trading with the enemy, Union bank shut down...



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:47 AM
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Fantastic. So the TSA can be compared to the NWO, Nazi's, perverts, and are looking out to see naked scans of me or my wife to flog the dolphin to. Jeez, I always thought I was just suffering the 5 minute incovenience of going through a security checkpoint to help ensure my safety on an aircraft. I'll never think about it the same way again. Remember countless people go through security every day, including employees (myself). Sadly you only hear the bad stories and not about the average person that's just excited to travel somewhere and doesn't mind being scanned or having to take their shoes off. What have I gotten myself into with this one. It's a no-win situation.



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:54 AM
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if it was about safety we´d all be asked to wearing jump suits and all our baggage would be scanned ,
with all items in em ,



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 01:59 AM
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They scan checked and carry on bags. They also randomly search checked baggage. They'll leave a little love note in your checked bag if it was randomly searched. It ain't perfect, but it's what they do.





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