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Old August 10th @ 12:49 pm   #1
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From: Tatooine

Motorcycle: a jet
We can all thank those would-be terrorists that they just busted in England for the new rules that came out today

Travel Recommendations for Flights Originating in the United States

Arrive at the airport at least two hours prior to departure for domestic flights and 3.5 hours for international flights
NO LIQUIDS OR GELS OF ANY KIND WILL BE PERMITTED IN CARRY ON BAGGAGE. ITEMS MUST BE IN CHECKED BAGGAGE. This includes all beverages, shampoo, sun tan lotion, creams, tooth paste, perfume, hair gel, and other items of similar consistency. Exception: Baby formula and medicines must be presented for inspection at the checkpoint.
Beverages purchased in the boarding area (beyond the checkpoint) must be consumed before boarding because they will not be permitted on board the aircraft.
Passengers traveling from the U.K. to the U.S. will be subject to a more extensive screening process at the boarding gate.
International passengers be aware that although you may carry laptops, etc. from the United States to the UK, all carry-on luggage is prohibited on flights originating in the UK
Cooperate with security officials and be prepared for security screening
Pack lightly - use clear plastic bags to facilitate faster screening. Review the list of TSA banned items when packing.

Additional Check-in Requirements for Flights Originating in the United Kingdom
All cabin baggage must be processed as checked baggage and carried in the hold of passenger aircraft departing UK airports.

Passengers may take through the airport security search point, in a single (ideally transparent) plastic carrier bag, only the following items:

Pocket size wallets and pocket size purses plus contents (for example money, credit cards, identity cards etc (not handbags));
Travel documents essential for the journey (for example passports and travel tickets);
Prescription medicines and medical items sufficient and essential for the flight (eg, diabetic kit), except in liquid form unless verified as authentic.
Spectacles and sunglasses, without cases.
Contact lens holders, without bottles of solution.
For those travelling with an infant: baby food, milk (the contents of each bottle must be tasted by the accompanying passenger) and sanitary items sufficient and essential for the flight (nappies, wipes, creams and nappy disposal bags)
Female sanitary items sufficient and essential for the flight, if unboxed
Tissues (unboxed) and/or handkerchiefs
Keys (but no electrical key fobs)
All passengers must be hand searched, and their footwear and all the items they are carrying must be x-ray screened.
Pushchairs and walking aids must be x-ray screened, and only airport-provided wheelchairs may pass through the screening point.

In addition to the above, all passengers boarding flights to the USA and all the items they are carrying, including those acquired after the central screening point, must be subjected to secondary search at the boarding gate. Any liquids discovered must be removed from the passenger. There are no changes to current hold baggage security measures.

Old August 10th @ 01:07 pm   #2
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From: Tatooine

Motorcycle: a jet
for anyone who has no clue what I'm talking about, click this link - http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/10/wo...rtner=homepage
Old August 10th @ 02:16 pm   #3
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Motorcycle: 06 CBR1000RR
I gurantee those pieces of crap won't stop trying... I say firing squad for anybody caught trying...
Old August 10th @ 06:46 pm   #4
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From: my moma's cooter

Motorcycle: your mom
this world is going to the crapper
Old August 10th @ 08:16 pm   #5
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From: In that old blue chair...

Motorcycle: FXB12RR
That's just what I wanted to see...I've got to go to Balt, MD the last of next month and young Evan and I are spendin' Turkey Day on the islands.

I'd like to see som of dem towel wrappers try and pull som bull $hit on Hawaiian Air...us local boyz be puttin' som dem on dem that Ajax couldn't take off...
Old August 10th @ 08:25 pm   #6
This is bullshit. Utter bullshit.

Come on people, next thing you know, you will have to travel with a digital ID, no carry-on luggage at all. Enjoying a flight is a thing of the past. Do you think that people will travel on the airlines if they can't work, have their own sodas, drinks or anything else? Next thing you know you wont be able to read a magazine because it might be offensive to the towel head sitting next to you.

The items that haven't been banned so far, that can kill you just as fast as a knife:

1. Expensive metal pens that you write with. (can easily be taken apart and used to puncture the neck, left leg where the artery(sp) is, or just below the sternum)
2. Binder clips. Used in conjunction with a book can be used to rip out a throat, or even better... eyes.
3. Credit Cards (Sharpen one side of it, and it becomes a blade)

Fuck, some times I think it's our own government that instills the "fear of terrorism" into the minds of people more so than the fucking terrorists themselves.

Fuck the fucking TSA... and the god damned FAA..
Talk about something so politically uncorrect.. They ban carryon luggage from England.. how about Isreal, egypt or fucking Saudi Arabia? England is supposed to be an Alli, a trusted friend... keep it that way.

Just because a couple of fucking morons pull some shit like this doesn't mean that it should be fucked up for everyone.
Destroy this like minded childish mentality and move on with life. You can't help but to think about terrorism when all you see and hear are things to try and prevent it.

Old August 11th @ 04:46 am   #7
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Old August 11th @ 07:17 am   #8
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4

Damn...I can't even bring my usual triple non-fat soy mocha caramel frappachino with me? WTF IS THIS WORLD COMING TO?????
Old August 11th @ 08:39 am   #9
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a kinda sad side effect... I was talking to the guy at the smoke shop last night... he's from india.
He and many of his friends and family are scared to death because of the color of their skin right now. He said that when flying to india from LV, the only way to go is to go thru London. He's worried that if they try to fly to india they will be putting their lives in danger just for the fact that they are dark skinned and people automatically assume they are muslim terrorists.

He said his Dad is afraid to leave the house right now. Its so sad to me that they have to live that way. I thought we learned not to stereotype when slavery was abolished!
Old August 11th @ 08:53 am   #10
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
I have friends that are actually palestinian(parents), but the kids born and raised in lasvegas..they are 2 of my best friends, the funniest craziest mother fuckers ive met...and its sad to hear the shit he tells me sometimes..and i remember one day when we were working together, i think it was the next day after 9/11, but some guy came into our computer store wearing one of those 7up shirts, that say, 7 up yours. Well this guy added ARABS on tape in sharpe at the bottom...total pompus asshole, saw my friend and went off on him, we had to throw him out of the store and threaten to call the police, and he was still flinging deragtory comments at him..was fucked up...its sad what this world is coming to...another race war...im sure things are only going to get worse =(

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