posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 10:11 PM
I haven't been on an airplane in a few years, so when I would travel with my family (even some time after the events of 9/11) the security sections
weren't (so) retarded. My dad would usually get stopped at the metal detector. But I guess that's what you get for having the body he has (metal
plate and screws in his wrist section from a surgery and sometimes wears a knee brace). Letting others look at my personal belongings isn't a big
deal, especially since I'm doing nothing wrong. But if they want to look at my "stuff" then we're going to have some issues.
Firstly, do you have a warrant? Oh, you're not a police officer? Well then, I think I will be on my way then.
Oh, you're going to try and arrest me? For what, Resisting Sexual Harassment? If you wanna see that none of us have anything bad, just make us walk
around the airports naked for crying out loud. Our security obviously means more than our privacy.
And if you can't catch criminals without this ludicrous security, then you have a problem, because I'm pretty sure post and pre 9/11 we never really
had any issues.