"dog teams "
I've stared at the picture for 2 minutes and I can't see a dog. My work colleague says they can see it but won't tell me where. Is there really a dog?
The shock news yesterday that if you're travelling via Heathrow's splendid Terminal 5 it's probably best to leave the Transformers t-shirt at home prompted widespread condemnation of the UK's terror-busting airport security protocols. In the case of Brad Jayakody, he wisely opted to swap the offending shirt for something less …
see title, especially the al-qaeda pirates. Scary thing is you can almost image it being true, half of the the nitwits in those jobs couldn't spot a weapon if it was waved in their faces.
one question though - where's the dog unit? Or did the dog spot an approved training bag and confuse it for drugs ala japan?
War criminals can go free as long as they are guarded onto the plane, weapon shipments can be bribed through by parliament but you can't take a T shirt with a picture on it.
WHAT IF? I wore a t shirt with that picture on it???? Would that get me banned. Oh wait it might be considered sexual arousal to have that image on as a T shirt because the age of female lego characters can't be determined and one of those poses could be construed as provocative, or worse could be considered illegal as extreme porn images because of the weapons and uniforms, kinky. So I would be arrested for that... and one of the cops has a gun in his hand. Which would clearly get me banned under the "toys with guns get you banned law."
Mines the one with, "I must have taken too much drugs.. this can't be the world we live in." on the back.
This is unfair, publishing Playmobil reconstructions of popular news items on weekdays is not good enough.
I can just about allow myself to spend all day on Friday pressing F5 waiting for these highly entertaining tableaux - but i fear for my job if i get caught on a tuesday doing the same stunt
I'm sure that I'm not the only one that is fed up with the continuous moronic behavour of airport security plods around the world. Stupid stupid stupid. Like the 5-hours it required to sort out that infant with the name on The List. It's time for 500 people to show up all wearing similar T-shirts. Shut down the friggen system.
PS: Didya hear about Ted Kennedy? He's fine, except (with part of his brain removed) he woke up a Republican.
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That is all.
"I've stared at the picture for 2 minutes and I can't see a dog. My work colleague says they can see it but won't tell me where. Is there really a dog?"
Look for the upturned chair, the dog is between the legs of the chair and the cargo container of weapons of mass destruction.
I see the Moderatrix gave up her handcuffs for the duration of this photo shoot...
As aI flew to turkey the other week wearing my lego star wars T-shirt (i know, the geek police are staking out my house right now) with has Good ol' darthy boy and obi battling it out with (shock horror) "Light sabres"!!!
Could you imagine the the impact on T5 "security" staff?
I once went through Heathrow and had to take my jacket off to go through security. I didn't realise until I took it off that I was wearing a red t-shirt with "CRIMINAL" written across my chest and back in large clear letters. An offense in itself. Security staff however didn't bat an eye.
I think this backs up the Transformers story quite well. Completely illiterate, but they can spot a transformer picture from 50 yards.
ok, who's up for it....?
We need a batch job of t-shirts printed with the slogan "Which one of you is the f**kwit that couldn't handle a picture of a toy robot with a gun" or more amusing words to that effect.
And then we just need every single person going into T5 to wear it...heck, I might even set up a stall outside....although I can hear the words 'controlled explosion' just now....
I'm flying internally within New Zealand next week and want to test our domestic airport security systems. Anyone got a Transformers or Guns 'n' Roses t-shirt - actually, any T-shirt with a recognisable firearm on it - I can borrow for the occasion?
I've already determined I'll either have to check my single tiny bag (I travel really light) in rather than carry it on or leave my cigarette lighter at home and buy a new one when I reach my destination due to the ludicrous "security precautions" in place.
Having just admitted I own such a dangerous terrorist weapon as a cigarette lighter, I considered posting anonymously as I have no desire to be stopped and cavity-searched for any cigarette lighters I might be attempting to smuggle into the cabin - but then I thought: "fuck it, let 'em try, I could frankly do with the compensation money they will be giving me to keep it out of court and the tabloids."
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