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  • Where is the army of Disney lawyers when you need them?
  • Snow globes that appear to contain less than 3.4 ounces (approximately tennis-ball size) will be permitted

    And yet in the past they wouldn't let on a tiny container of liquid unless it had the volume in print on the container. Is the TSA starting to become less farktarded or is this policy a mistake of some kind?
  • Pies?!? Not pies!! Will no one think of the clowns!!!
  • Jument: Snow globes that appear to contain less than 3.4 ounces (approximately tennis-ball size) will be permitted

    And yet in the past they wouldn't let on a tiny container of liquid unless it had the volume in print on the container. Is the TSA starting to become less farktarded or is this policy a mistake of some kind?


    Naw, the TSA just loves to troll.
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    /u mad bro?
  • FTFA
    Food items such as pies and cakes are permitted, but may require further inspection

    Here's the screener that will do the "further inspection:"
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  • LessO2: FTFA
    Food items such as pies and cakes are permitted, but may require further inspection

    Here's the screener that will do the "further inspection:"
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  • Big Man On Campus: Where is the army of Disney lawyers when you need them?


    On the way....

    to DisneyWorld.....AKA Washington, DC and the Oval Office.
  • The updated travel tips are part of the TSA's attempt to streamline the lines at security checkpoints.

    Translation: The updated travel tips are the way the TSA is turning "our policy has been bullshiat all along but we'd never admit it" into "hey, look at how generous we're being. Aren't we just the nicest people around? Christmas SpiritTM and all that shiat. You all should be grateful that we're being so nice while protecting you from the evil Muslim."

    /Fark the TSA, everything about it and everyone associated with it.
  • LessO2: FTFA
    Food items such as pies and cakes are permitted, but may require further inspection

    Here's the screener that will do the "further inspection:"
    [www.anorak.co.uk image 500x333]


    Not enough fire in the world galaxy...
  • SnyderCat: Big Man On Campus: Where is the army of Disney lawyers when you need them?

    On the way....

    to DisneyWorld.....AKA Washington, DC and the Oval Office.


    Red #5 for being a chronic pinko.
  • TSA Horner sat in the corner examining your holiday pie.
    He stuck in his thumb and pulled out a bomb.
    And said, "What a good boy am I."
  • Nightmares about snow globes? Seems relevant.

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  • "...yes Mr. TSA agent, sir. It's an apple pie. Please don't stick your dick in it."
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    cakes and pies! cakes and pies!
  • I would applaud a flash mob showing up and jamming snow globes that were apparently greater than 3.5 ounces up the asses of the TSA at every ariport at once this holiday season. Then refusing to fly, anyway.

    You can take back your country,
    but only if you want to.
  • Still illegal as of December 21, 2012:

    * reindeer manure
    * live reindeer
    * dead reindeer
    * frozen meat
    * fruit cakes of more than 3.4 ounces
    * mince pies made with alcohol
    * plum cakes made with alcohol
    * sugar plums
    * sugar plum fairies
    * sleighs
    * slayers
    * Mershaum and Briar wood pipes
    * jolly elves (over four and one half feet tall and 200 pounds)
    * ermine trimmed boots
    * vermin coated boots
    * yule logs over 12 inches
    * Christmas trees, natural
    * Christmas trees, artificial, over 12 inches
    * Christmas lights and other decorations that might conceal a bomb or parts of a bombe
    * bombes (made with alcohol, over 3.4 ounces)
    * holly, real
    * mistletoe, fake or real
    * barley candy, over 3.4 ounces per piece or a total of more than 12 ounces
    * tubs of "hard tack" candy
    * those dangerous Christmas ribbands (ribbons)
    * More than one pound of chocolates, especially the Cherry filled kind
    * Frog Surprise chocolates
    * Skis (carry-on)
    * magical articles larger than a wand or magic coin
    * lamps shaped like legs (unless under six inches)
    * Christmas cheer, high spirits, or laughter
    * Christmas crackers or any toy that goes bang
    * Menorahs over 12 inches in height or width, especially brass Menorahs
    * brass monkeys, frozen
    * brass monkeys, regular
    * brass balls (larger than 3.4 ounces in total, per pair)
    * recordings of Chirstmas hits that everybody is so farking sick of that they may try to kill you if you play them just one more time
    * what Brantgoose has been wishing for in his stocking for all of these years (to whit, a elf)
    * shoes with stillleto heels of more than 3.4 inches or made of hard materials such as metal, glass, or stone
    * Dutch wooden shoes
    * brandy
    * elves named Brandy
  • special20: SnyderCat: Big Man On Campus: Where is the army of Disney lawyers when you need them?

    On the way....

    to DisneyWorld.....AKA Washington, DC and the Oval Office.

    Red #5 for being a chronic pinko.


    T#6

    /lap seat

    Popcorn anyone?
  • brantgoose: Still illegal as of December 21, 2012:

    * reindeer manure
    * live reindeer
    * dead reindeer
    * frozen meat
    * fruit cakes of more than 3.4 ounces
    * mince pies made with alcohol
    * plum cakes made with alcohol
    * sugar plums
    * sugar plum fairies
    * sleighs
    * slayers
    * Mershaum and Briar wood pipes
    * jolly elves (over four and one half feet tall and 200 pounds)
    * ermine trimmed boots
    * vermin coated boots
    * yule logs over 12 inches
    * Christmas trees, natural
    * Christmas trees, artificial, over 12 inches
    * Christmas lights and other decorations that might conceal a bomb or parts of a bombe
    * bombes (made with alcohol, over 3.4 ounces)
    * holly, real
    * mistletoe, fake or real
    * barley candy, over 3.4 ounces per piece or a total of more than 12 ounces
    * tubs of "hard tack" candy
    * those dangerous Christmas ribbands (ribbons)
    * More than one pound of chocolates, especially the Cherry filled kind
    * Frog Surprise chocolates
    * Skis (carry-on)
    * magical articles larger than a wand or magic coin
    * lamps shaped like legs (unless under six inches)
    * Christmas cheer, high spirits, or laughter
    * Christmas crackers or any toy that goes bang
    * Menorahs over 12 inches in height or width, especially brass Menorahs
    * brass monkeys, frozen
    * brass monkeys, regular
    * brass balls (larger than 3.4 ounces in total, per pair)
    * recordings of Chirstmas hits that everybody is so farking sick of that they may try to kill you if you play them just one more time
    * what Brantgoose has been wishing for in his stocking for all of these years (to whit, a elf)
    * shoes with stillleto heels of more than 3.4 inches or made of hard materials such as metal, glass, or stone
    * Dutch wooden shoes
    * brandy
    * elves named Brandy


    But...but...

    the wedding?
  • vudukungfu: I would applaud a flash mob showing up and jamming snow globes that were apparently greater than 3.5 ounces up the asses of the TSA at every ariport at once this holiday season. Then refusing to fly, anyway.

    You can take back your country,
    but only if you want to.


    Unless they actually purchased a ticket for a flight they would never get to the point where their snow globe was being examined by the TSA.

    So, really, it would be pretty easy for a terrorist to strap a load of explosives to his chest, wait until they get to the front of the long line of people waiting for the TSA guy to check their tickets (which is before their luggage is examined and they go through the back scatter), and press the boom button.
  • You'll get my 4 oz snow globe when you pry it from my cold, dead hands.
  • FTA: Food items such as pies and cakes are permitted, but may require further inspection.

    I farking bet.
  • Watch out for those snow globes. If you're not careful, they hatch into shopping carts, which eventually meld to form a full-fledged mall.
  • I'd feel naked without my sword.
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