This Is Reality So Try Not to LOL: 12 Ridiculous Signs YOU Might Be a Terrorist, Courtesy of the TSA

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Want to see something so utterly ridiculous, it simply must be an SNL sketch?

Something so utterly idiotic that it can’t possibly be the reality we’re living in… and yet it is?

Next time you fly, you might want to consider that this is how the TSA is weeding out the potential “scurry turrurists”:

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  • NonYo Business

    Pretty awesome

  • I have to wonder if a reliance on reading rather than watching makes me suspicious, since I have never preferred the latter to the former, and it is becoming difficult to find anything online that has to be read rather than watched, such as this post.

    • The Tuna Fairy

      I don’t watch video, so now I’ll never know if I’m a terrorist. I could be on the list! “OMG, she has cats and chickens!!! And grows tomatoes!!” I might be… 😀

      Those of us who find video to be low data content for the amount of time it takes to watch it, will never know. And I can’t be a terrorist, they get radicalized watching video, I’ve read…

      And one more thought, I send a lot of emails to webinar people “I’d LOVE the transcripts of this, some of us can’t or don’t watch video for various reasons, make it available, I’ll pay for a copy.” Doesn’t happen. Sigh. Not their target market…

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        I’ve asked for transcripts, too – when I’m using my phone, video eats data.

        Besides, I taught myself to read when I was 3; the written word will always be my preference.

        • I’m pretty sure I taught myself to read at that age; I’m not sure.

          I used to beg my mom to buy me a lot of books on paperback, but that was before I discovered that I could torrent PDF, EPUB, and MOBI files and read them in the same fashion. I mostly read digitally now, since it is less expensive to do so. I managed to find an old textbook circa 1937 (and the Trivium) that I am currently reading through; it’s sad how much more was taught then compared to now.

          • SP_88

            I love reading. I’ve always enjoyed reading a good book, fiction or non-fiction. It’s amazing how easy it is to get lost in a good book.
            I don’t mind reading on my tablet, but I do enjoy the smell of an old book.
            Sometimes I will sit in the library at the courthouse and thumb through their old books. Most of the reading is awful boring, but I like the smell.
            I promise, I’m not some weirdo who goes around sniffing everything. That much.

          • “He that loves a book will never want a faithful friend, a wholesome counselor, a cheerful companion, an effectual comforter. By study, by reading, by thinking, one may innocently divert and pleasantly entertain himself, as in all weathers, as in all fortunes.”
            – Barrow

          • SP_88

            Very true.

          • 🙂

          • Just an average joe

            You have that right, my mother-in-law taught school for over 40 years and she gave me all her text books from the 30’s and 40’s up to 8th grade. Believe me when I say this the graduation rate at 8th grade in todays world would be about 10%.

          • Which is how it SHOULD be, since it would ensure that the brightest and most talented of children in the academic system would go on to become doctors and lawyers. If we were to have free college, it would be for these students only, and it would allow them access to apprenticeships and vocational training through IQ tests.

          • Tim

            unlike the doctors that kill over 250,000 people every year thru negligence, mistakes or incompetence. Mame many more. Lawyers ? who do you think has turned America into Amerika? Lawyers, namely Abe Lincoln & others. Jesus hated lawyers in His day. They are worst today.

          • They aren’t necessarily doctors as they are pill-pushers for Big Pharma. Lawyers, who once sought to defend the values of the Constitution, now lobby for big corporations and other special-interest groups in order to encroach on the remaining civil liberties we have.

        • Tim

          I suggest they pick you up…pronto ! When they come for me…I will shoot them. I will die a free man. not a slave

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            And that has what, exactly, to do with my having taught myself how to read?

      • Are you aware of the fact that most of them will provide a transcript if you will return to the ad rather than leave the site?

        • The Tuna Fairy

          Yeah, if it’s an ad. Don’t often care about what advertisers are saying… have you read some of those? They blather for ages and never give any solid information!
          Things like this, embedded videos on pages, rarely do that, I don’t even look.

          • Here is a perfect example being introduced via radio ads: atmcrisis.com where they start out saying they aren’t trying to sell you anything but close offering special offers on a financial newsletter. This particular group tends to provide more useful information than most.

          • The Tuna Fairy

            Agora usually offers neat bait, but then wants you to pay. I have read some of their stuff. I don’t know about radio, don’t listen to it, but I have seen their ads online for years. Always looks interesting, never ends up being free info. YMMV, that’s my opinion.

            The worst offenders for the “blather for ages” thing I have noticed are the health ones… Good lord. I hate to think that ad type must work or they wouldn’t do it. Says something sad about society.

          • Bill Bonner and Doug Casey are compatriots in the infowar.
            They both provide lots of free information and warnings as incentives to get specifics. Since I don’t have the money to pay for the specifics nor have the interest in playing the markets the way that they have both become fabulously wealthy doing, I’m completely willing to sift through what they give away for free, knowing that they can’t avoid giving away many diamonds in the process.
            The same thing applies to the “health ones”, many of whom are very highly qualified researchers and know more about staying healthy than all of the medicos in any local health care facility. And again, much of the information that they give away trying to sell things is useful, as is. On the other hand, I have bought a dozen very useful health books for every single investing one. I have two Sterilite containers of health books in the van that I think of as my master medical library. There are very few conditions that I can’t find a cure from therein.

    • I have to agree. I love YouTube, but some more written posts would be acceptable. Scary times we live in.

      • I hate videos in general because I’ve had too many of them start automatically in the library. I solved the problem by muting the speakers, but that means that, unless there is something compelling enough about the video to motivate me to get out my ear buds, it will probably get deleted instead. I’ve noticed that there are a number of podcasts that are video, and they seem to be produced by people who couldn’t do television for the blind…

        • You DO realize that you can simply turn off autoplay and pause the playlist, right? (The proceeding comment assumes you are on YouTube, but if not, then I’m sorry.) Most videos are informative with readable text, but there are some that substitute well for podcasts; a few weeks back I listened to an excerpt on the Tom Leykis show on YouTube, and I found the accompanying pictures to be just fine. Livestreams are also fine, as well.

          I do have a short attention span and usually, scroll down to read the comments of the video before or while the video is watching.

  • John Hankinson

    Right off the bat: “We all know the importance of airport security”. How DELIGHTFULLY patronizing, belittling and presumptuous.:D Just another good reason to NEVER fly again.

    • Tim

      government thugs create a problem, then blame, threaten & abuses the innocent (taxpayer) to control US. Kill the innocent in the womb, let the murderer go free. Make US pay for it, sometimes twice. Pay taxes for the thug in gov’t, pay again when the thug steals from US directly, cutting out the middle man. Shoot the thug, don’t be a victim……

  • Tommy p

    These morons were mall security before they got this federal gig…

  • Phil_Ossifer

    This is obviously a parody of some sort. A very good one, but a parody nonetheless. The parodist’s message seems to be, ALL normal human behavior is considered evidence of terrorism to the TSA. Which we already knew anyway. And reason.tv is known for its satirical commentary videos.

    • Tim

      Socialism: IT doesn’t work….get it ? work

  • Tim

    reminds me of the list when Janet Reno and Bill Clinton had the FBI killing citizens with gas & bullets. You were suspect IF you had paper & pen to write notes. A recording device (cassette, camera, walkie talkies). Flags to use as semaphores. Socialism is doing Great in the Evil Empire called Amerika. I want out

  • frankenbiker

    Sad thing is, this should be sarcasm, but we can never be sure where the moronic idiots at the TSA are thinking. With a combined IQ of 75 for all TSA employees, its sometimes difficult to be sure.