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TSA at work

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3 Responses to “TSA at work”

  1. Robert Says:

    Sung by a TSA agent to The Who’s “Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere”

    I can steal anything, (anything I choose)
    If you check it or carry, (you’re gonna lose)
    I can look in your bag, (for something new)
    Anyway, anyhow, anywhere I choose

    I can take anything, (don’t care if it’s wrong)
    I can walk anyhow, (and get along)
    Don’t care anyway, I never lose
    Anyway, anyhow, anywhere I choose

    Nothing gets in my way,
    Not even locked doors.
    Don’t care how many times
    You been told before
    I get my loot, anyway I dare.
    Anyway, anyhow, anywhere

  2. Chas Says:

    I feel sorry for the TSA agents. It’s a bottom-level, shit job that involves being hated by the public. People would have to be in pretty desperate circumstances to take a junk job like that. It’s no surprise that they steal from the public, particularly after all the shit that the foolish public enjoys giving them. The American public contains quite a few nasty crassholes who relish any excuse to be abusive.
    People beat up on the bottom-level TSA agents they happen to encounter, and likely feel good after “giving them a piece of my mind”, but these bottom-level types are people whose opinions count for nothing. They’re little more than a pair of policy-operated hands.
    Wrangle around with an arrogant shit like Janet Napolitwango for a while. Give HER a piece of your mind. Ruin HER day. Make HER feel like shit. Have some real effect, instead of just pretending that you did. If you feel the need to kick some ass on airport security, kick some ass where it counts. When you complain to a bottom-level agent, you might as well be complaining to yourself, and only fools do that.

  3. Phelps Says:

    We’re in a cold war for our freedoms, Chas. You get Napalitano to quit, and they fill her spot the next day. You make being a TSA screener such a shit job that that they all quit after a month, and then we make some progress.

    And regardless of that, there is no way that you can take a job where you molest people and violate their right to privacy on a daily basis, have them tell you that on a daily basis, and still think that “it’s just a job.” So was being a torturer for Saddam. Doesn’t excuse a damned thing.

    You’re like the idiot that says, “I don’t know why we bother killing the rank and file jihadis, they didn’t decide to fight the war. We should just send ninjas over to go kill bin Laden.”