posted on Apr, 18 2012 @ 10:27 AM
reply to post by Flavian
reread my last post. I told you exactly what they do. They give a perceived layer of protection and, for the folks who travel with any frequency,
that's just fine.
for the person who sits at home, never flies, and sees the added security, it looks like a total hassle but it isn't and, until you have to do it,
you can't complain about it. the guy this thread is about went to that airport with every intention of stripping down and getting himself
who wins when that happens? not the poor travellers behind him.
Not the families with kids who see the naked man.
not the people inside the airport who hear there's a security issue and the airport is in lockdown mode until it's resolved.
you know who wins? the guy who went to the airport with the goal of getting arrested over a non-cause.
he might as well be protesting the war in vietnam. that's how much of a non-factor security at airports has become. this guy is protesting
something that nobody, other than those looking for a pr moment, care about or are bothered by.
and, again, until you travel, you cannot sit at a desk and bemoan the "sheeple" (I hate the word, using it is no different than being called one)
who submit to this invasive torturous check point. you make it sound like we're all getting fisted by the incredible hulk before being allowed into
the airport. when there aren't any morons holding up the line, it's no different than waiting on line at starbucks, without the faux ironic hipster