A few months ago I was going through TSA checkpoint in Terminal B at Phoenix International Airport.
The scanner looking at women’s belongings going through the x ray machine freaked out saying there was a gun in women’s purse. The entire line stopped for at least 20 minutes until a airport policeman could get there. TSA people were lounging everywhere. Even a “supervisor” came over and looked.
When the cop got there he took one look at the purse and if looks could kill, the idiot on the scanner and the idiot holding the bag would both have been dead.
The “gun” was a 1″ solid charm that would go on a charm bracelet. I guess they thought it could shoot pencil lead.
If these are the people protecting us, God help us.
By: Brad Nydahl
Just further proof how useless this system is. It’s only purpose is for placebo safety of the overly fearful. If that was a real threat, they’d have taken off long before that officer arrives.
Ever do image interpretation of any type? CT scan, satellites, aerial photo, microscopy, other?
No? I see. You thrive on ridicule rooted in conjecture.
Your plane took off and landed safely, yet you have time to ridicule the people trying to make the skies safe? Interesting world view…
Your’e a CUNT J.P.! You work for TSA, I see. Common sense! Get it?