How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Keeping America Safe

With all the excitement over terrorists smuggling liquid explosives onto an aircraft, I couldn't help but wonder- what is the TSA doing to protect us from explosives that are other states of matter? What about explosives that can be transported as a gas? Or even worse, plasmas? Well, true to form, the TSA isn't doing anything to protect us on that front. No, they're only worried about solid explosives, and thus, have banned all solids from the flights. Like anyone's ever used a solid as an explosive.

(No, that isn't the TSA site, yes, it is a joke. I know you folks are smart enough to realize that, but a TSA agent might read this)

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