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puc reducks

TSA--Quotes (Laughter is a Good Thing)

Some good ones here!


Grope discounts available.

Can't see London, can't see France, unless we see your underpants.

If we did our job any better, we'd have to buy you dinner first.

Only WE  know if Lady Gaga is really a lady.

Don't worry, my hands are still warm from the last guy.

Throw a few back at the airport Chili's and you won't even notice.

Wanna fly? Drop your fly.

We've handled more balls than Barney Frank

We are now free to move about your pants

We rub you the wrong way, so you can be on your way.

It's not a grope. It's a freedom pat.

When in doubt, we make you whip it out.

TSA: Touchin', Squeezin', Arrestin'

You WERE a virgin.

We handle more packages than the USPS

The TSA isn't silly, they just want to inspect your willy

Stroke of the hand, law of the land

No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem

Let your fingers do the Walking

Cough

Reach out and touch someone

Can you feel me now?

When we're done with you, you'll need a cigarette
bieramar

Funny stuff!

All the uproar by the vigilant verbal protectors of "rights" is getting a big yawn here in the Albuquerque area, as we were one of the experimental airports and have been using the full body image scanning for almost two years now.

With overwhelming support of the passengers and aircrews who would rather be safe than sorry.
puc reducks

Interesting they chose Albuquerque!  Why do you think that is?
coebul

bieramar wrote:
Funny stuff!

All the uproar by the vigilant verbal protectors of "rights" is getting a big yawn here in the Albuquerque area, as we were one of the experimental airports and have been using the full body image scanning for almost two years now.

With overwhelming support of the passengers and aircrews who would rather be safe than sorry.
Don't miss understand I want to be safe to and will probably opt for the scan.  I even think there probably a good thing but you started this with there is no constitutional right to fly followed by airlines have the right to allow or not allow anybody they don't want and a whole lot of other trash.  These scans are in fact necessary, but don't piss on me and tell me it is raining.  These scans "are" and invasion of our personal privacy.
scrutney

coebul wrote:
I even think there probably a good thing but you started this with there is no constitutional right to fly followed by airlines have the right to allow or not allow anybody they don't want and a whole lot of other trash.


and you accuse bieramar of being a liberal?(although i admit, a case could be made).

and you call yourself a conservative?

i'm in opposite land.

bier, your palin for president tee shirt is in the mail and coe...your che' beret' is on the way.

excuse me...i gotta sober up...tough work when you haven't had a drink.
bieramar

puc reducks wrote:
Interesting they chose Albuquerque!  Why do you think that is?


My memory is that the test airports all had international flights in/out of the country.  

Albuquerque, although a small airport, has direct flights to/from south of the border.

The other five test airports with the units used for primary screening were San Francisco, Miami, Tulsa, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas.  

Another 13 airports had test units for secondary screening and for persons who chose to walk through in lieu of being patted down - ironically the reverse of what some people are complaining about now.
puc reducks

They tested Miami?  Didn't read a word about it. Thanks for the info.

~~~~~
An ex-Israeli commando/now terrorist consultant (Aaron Cohen) was on "The Joy Behar Show" last night. His point about the diff between American efforts at stopping terrorists (because isn't that the point of all this?) is that in America we look for weaponry, not the terrorist. Why else are we patting down everyone?

Whereas in Israel (2 large and 1 small airport) they wage their investigations differently:  They look for the terrorist.  Now, whether you call this profiling, or whatever, it does pay, IMO, to think about the diff.

The way Cohen explained it, all personnel are trained to analyze behavior and, based on certain criteria/questions (he didn't have time to go into specifics), they can hone in on suspicious flyers.  Those are the people who are ushered into a room for further investigation.

Said it saves money, lives, time, and so on.

With the amount of money expended for all our equipment and training, I wonder if we've overlooked  something quite basic:  behavior.  It's not just a case of who's packing what or where.

Remember Entebbe?  Gimmee an Israeli op anytime.
bieramar

The point often overlooked (or maybe not understood) is that the much vaunted so-called "profiling" by El Al and Israeli Security Agency personnel is done DURING an individual Q&A interview with EVERY passenger.

Re-posting from another thread:
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All passengers travelling to and from Israel are questioned by security staff.

Non-Jewish tourists tend to be questioned a bit more thoroughly....

The procedure for Arabs and Muslims can often be lengthy and irritating, ending with a full body and baggage search.

Visitors who have passport stamps from countries hostile to Israel are also questioned intensively.
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So-called "profiling" during observation and/or one-on-one interactions has always been an integral part of good law enforcement in the United States.

It is the abuse of profiling techniques which is much railed against in the U.S., e.g., simply singling out ONE characteristic of appearance - like Arabs as El Al does - and without considering any other factor, subjecting them to unnecessary hassle.  It is not illogical to support the procedure of the official Israeli air carrier in regard to Arabs and Muslims - because of their historic and continuing conflict - while simultaneously opposing the same procedure by U.S. based air carriers with a million plus passengers a day.

As to the Miami test of the AIT screening device, it was just one machine alongside the row of regular x-ray screeners that all passengers routinely walk through to get to the boarding areas in airports.  Since the image observer is NOT standing at the machine but is in another location, it is probable that most passengers weren't even aware that their innards were being viewed from afar.  

I think that is another overlooked point in the current brouhaha - EVERY passenger has been subjected to x-ray screening on EVERY flight for years; just by a different electromagnetic frequency.
puc reducks

Bier,
I replied to a similar msg on another thread... but I can't recall where.  Could be possibly in national news.
Mac IX

I don't know why all the women are concerned about the machine picturing them with their clothes off.  We dirty old men do it all the time.
puc reducks

Mac IX wrote:
I don't know why all the women are concerned about the machine picturing them with their clothes off.  We dirty old men do it all the time.


WELCOME!!! HAPPY TO SEE YOUR SIG!!!   Very Happy
Mac IX

Thank you
coebul

Welcome MacIX.   What happened to Mac V, VI, VII and VIII????
Gene

Mac IX wrote:
I don't know why all the women are concerned about the machine picturing them with their clothes off.  We dirty old men do it all the time.


But I don't fantasize bones!!!
I'm wondering if some of the opposition isn't from men who are getting so uptight because they're concerned about their penis size being laughed at by some screener.
Mac IX

I don't know about the other old guys, but at my age I do fantasize bones!

Co, you just don't follow enough different boards.  They have all come and gone.
coebul

Mac IX wrote:
I don't know about the other old guys, but at my age I do fantasize bones!

Co, you just don't follow enough different boards.  They have all come and gone.
Wow!  From PB MacIV?  That's a 4 Mac leap.  

Well no matter glad to see you aboard.
puc reducks

Gene wrote:
Mac IX wrote:
I don't know why all the women are concerned about the machine picturing them with their clothes off.  We dirty old men do it all the time.


But I don't fantasize bones!!!
I'm wondering if some of the opposition isn't from men who are getting so uptight because they're concerned about their penis size being laughed at by some screener.


LOL!  Can you post an example and we can determine for ourselves???  Cool

(p.s. Really not thinking anything at all about the term "fantasizing about bones."...) Wink
coebul

A man picks up a lady in a bar.

They move to the hotel room where one thing leads to another.  

As the man undresses the woman looks at him and says,

who you gona please with that?  

He responds.............. ME!

Yuck, yuck yuck....  Got a million of em...
bieramar

coebul wrote:
Welcome MacIX.   What happened to Mac V, VI, VII and VIII????


puc reducks

coebul wrote:
A man picks up a lady in a bar.

They move to the hotel room where one thing leads to another.  

As the man undresses the woman looks at him and says,

who you gona please with that?  

He responds.............. ME!

Yuck, yuck yuck....  Got a million of em...


Quadruple yuck-yuck!  Laughing
puc reducks

bieramar wrote:
coebul wrote:
Welcome MacIX.   What happened to Mac V, VI, VII and VIII????




Which model is it?
bieramar

Mac X/Mac 10 - the 32 9mm rounds in the magazine are expended in 1.76 seconds.  

Perfect Xmas gift for a loved one, for self-defense of person, vehicle and home.  

Not the best for dove hunting.
coebul

Not to mention illegal to own with out special and expensive permitting.
puc reducks

bieramar wrote:
Mac X/Mac 10 - the 32 9mm rounds in the magazine are expended in 1.76 seconds.  

Perfect Xmas gift for a loved one, for self-defense of person, vehicle and home.  

Not the best for dove hunting.


Meant to ask when it dates to?

32 rounds in 1.76 seconds?  9 mm?  No, those little doves wouldn't be much more than paste.  Shocked
puc reducks

coebul wrote:
Not to mention illegal to own with out special and expensive permitting.


What makes that "special" permitting special?  Am interested.
coebul

puc reducks wrote:
coebul wrote:
Not to mention illegal to own with out special and expensive permitting.


What makes that "special" permitting special?  Am interested.
Seriously?  

A Mac 10 is a machine pistol.  Fully Automatic.  It requires a specific Federal Firearms license.  The initial cost is like $500 and requires annual or semi annual renewal.  The Mac 10 might even require another license because it is concealable...  

Quote:
All NFA weapons made by individuals require that the weapon be legal in the State or municipality where the individual lives, and the payment of a $200 “making tax” prior to manufacture of the weapon, although a subsequent transfer of AOWs after they are legally “made” is only $5. Only a Class-II manufacturer (a FFL holder licensed as a “Manufacture of Firearms” or Type-07 license that has paid a Special Occupational Tax Stamp or SOT) can manufacture NFA firearms (other than destructive devices) making-tax free.

A Destructive Device manufacturing license or Type-10 FFL holder can manufacture destructive devices making-tax free. However a type-07 license costs $150 for three years –– whereas a Type-10 destructive manufacturing license costs $3000 for three years. Both licenses still require the payment of the $500 (reduced-rate) Special Occupational Tax Stamp or SOT, (or the $1000 full tax) per year to conduct manufacturing of NFA weapons that they are respectively qualified to manufacturer. The SOT “reduced rate” applies to a business whose sales are less than $500,000 per year.
puc reducks

Thanks, Coe!  Yes.  Seriously.

How can this gun possibly be concealable???  There's no scale in the pic and I have no frame of reference.  And what's that bent metal part on the left that looks like it can/should be flipped?

Thanks!

Will now look online for info on the Mac 10.
coebul

puc reducks wrote:
Thanks, Coe!  Yes.  Seriously.

How can this gun possibly be concealable???  There's no scale in the pic and I have no frame of reference.  And what's that bent metal part on the left that looks like it can/should be flipped?

Thanks!

Will now look online for info on the Mac 10.


It is not much larger then a Ruger, Colt, Sig, Glock, Berreta 9mm.....  Holster and a bulky jacket and you have a concealed weapon.  Is it easily concealable?  Not really but it is concealable.  

Ever watch a movie where the bad guys have this really small machine pistol that seems to never run out of ammo?  Very possible that is a Mac 10..  Small, light, very fast, and very deadly...  

Like bieramar said 36 rounds in 1.76 seconds.
bieramar

The MAC-10 has been around almost 40 years after production begun by Ingram in the Georgia plant.

There are many varieties, manufacturers, and models - and the MAC-11 is even lighter and more concealable (including firing from inside an attaché case).

History and distinguishing marks: http://www.firearmsid.com/Feature%20Articles/012001/Mac10History.htm
coebul

If you look careful near the end is a Mac 10 in the hands of the reporter.

Around 2:44 min mark on the timer at the bottom of the video.  This will show you just how small and fast they are.  

http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/e.../64615/OFASTS-Gun-Apocalypse.html
puc reducks

bieramar wrote:
The MAC-10 has been around almost 40 years after production begun by Ingram in the Georgia plant.

There are many varieties, manufacturers, and models - and the MAC-11 is even lighter and more concealable (including firing from inside an attaché case).

History and distinguishing marks: http://www.firearmsid.com/Feature%20Articles/012001/Mac10History.htm


"You had me at 'history.' "   Very Happy

Thanks for the link, Bier.  What I learned is that I need Gun Glossary 101.  So many parts...  Just remembering the parts themselves is daunting, let alone knowing how all those parts work!

Surprised that guns can be made from sheet metal.  Really, I had never thought about that.  My weaponsry reading has been exclusively early historical (European).

Lived in Hartford, CT, home of Colt.  The blue onion dome was a marker; always knew where you were in relation to it. Plus, Colt had one of the coolest museums ever!  IIRC, it was in the Capital area of town.  So much steel.
puc reducks

coebul wrote:
If you look careful near the end is a Mac 10 in the hands of the reporter.

Around 2:44 min mark on the timer at the bottom of the video.  This will show you just how small and fast they are.  

http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/e.../64615/OFASTS-Gun-Apocalypse.html


I don't know where to start...

-900 feet of shooting

-Kill the Car

-that Mac

-Sniper competition

I get it.  I really do.  Lawdy, I want the POWER.

That M10 (or whatever model) the reporter shot is amazing.  Relatively small, light--and unbelievably fast!  I want one.

Can't get the Kill the Car Event out of my mind.  I can see it as the opening event of the 450th celebration in 2015.  We'll roll it down the north glacis at the fort!  Wait!!!  Do this as an annual fund-rasier for historic preservation!  That's the ticket!  Very Happy
coebul

Gunbroker.com has them for sale.  

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=204644643

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=204820389
puc reducks

coebul wrote:
Gunbroker.com has them for sale.  

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=204644643

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=204820389


Lovely of you, Coebul, but, uh, you expect me to buy a USED one???  Shocked

Oh, no, no, no!  That will never do!  Very Happy
bieramar

The one offered at the first link IS new, with minimum opening bid of $3,800.  

After Obama's election, when the paranoic fringe thought that their guns would be confiscated, legal sales often hit $4,300.

They are prime targets for thieves, as there is a ready black market in the U.S. and Mexico.
puc reducks

Have the will, not the pocket.

New or not.

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