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azcraig

Date Posted:11/23/2010 02:57:56Copy HTML

With all the outrage about the new screening process the TSA is using for airport security, I have an idea that would likely prompt changeIf everyone waiting in line to be groped or ogled by the TSA, would take off all their clothes stripping down to only a thong, and then pass their clothes through the scanner, and walk past the screeners, there would be no more need to make the passengers feel violated by TSA staff. Can you imagine the outrage from both sides if a few hundred people did this?
Sunson #1

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/23/2010 09:46:53Copy HTML

 I can imagine their outrage, but I cant imagine me, underssing in public:)
SlidingG #2

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/23/2010 05:55:27Copy HTML

I was about to post on this subject, as we're flying to Bermuda soon.  I'm okay standing there in my thong, as Azcraig suggests, but my wife would be mortified! Seriously, I'm outraged by these new procedures and believe the public is justified for being up in arms.  I resent this intrusion on my privacy -- it's all about choice -- but as a thonger and skinny dipper I know I can handle it, and getting to the sun and warm water in Bermuda makes me willing to put up with it.  So I'm wondering what the best way to dress would be, to make it as easy as possible both for myself and for the TSA agent, who's just doing his job trying to keep us safe.  Since I can't get my wedding ring off, and with titanium screws in my shoulder, I'm sure I'll fail the nude body scan and become subject to "the grope".  I'm thinking of wearing a HOM Plume under loose jeans.  My "junk" would be covered and contained, neither hanging free as in boxers nor wadded tight as in many of my other thongs, so maybe the pat down would be less intrusive.  Thoughts or suggestions, anyone? 
treasureisland #3

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/24/2010 12:01:40Copy HTML

How about the thongs that have metal on as a clip on the top of the crack, thats going to be funny.
SlidingG #4

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/24/2010 07:56:57Copy HTML

 Try it and tell us how it goes.
DoreFan #5

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/24/2010 08:04:08Copy HTML

 I wore a thong with a metal ring at the front, above the penis, and went thru the airport once. This was before the body scanners were around. It didn't register on the metal detector tho.

Ex_Member #6

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/24/2010 11:49:14Copy HTML

 Well the way things are just wearing a thong of anykind and nothing else would show you really have very little if anything to hide. It used to be fun to fly i have 300000 frequent flier miles and i hate going to the airport now its really very intusive and i wonder i really dont think its makes anthing more secure. So ya lets just wear thongs to the airport give the security people something to talk about.
sailor250 #7

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/25/2010 02:11:34Copy HTML

here's a video of a woman who wore a bikini thru at LAX
http://www.nbclosangeles.com/traffic/transit/Traffic-LAX-holiday-travel-thanksgiving-110384004.html?dr

then here's a video of a guy wearing a speedo thru- and  it's not even a speedo more squarecut and on youtube it got flagged!!!
http://www.youtube.com/verify_age?next_url=http%3A//www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3D9sL3uMWujmw
jthong #8

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/29/2010 11:02:06Copy HTML

 I was controlled at Frankurt Intl. recently and the security guy feeling me up was really thorugh. He put his had down the back of my pants and must clearly have felt my thong. I was mortified and shocked when I suddenly felt his hand inside my pants. I think that's taking controls a bit too far. The guy didn't make any reaction to my thong and even tho in theory it sounds like a hot fantasy getting feeled up at the airport and having others find out about you wearing a thong, when you are in the situation it is totaly not hot and actually very unpleasant.
DavyJ #9

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/29/2010 10:07:52Copy HTML

I, too have been outraged at the stories I have read.  I will be flying "home" at Christmas, so I will report on how it went.  Like SlidingG, I would never make it through security in a thong due to the "wife factor".  What really gets my goat is the comparison between what the TSA guys can get away with, and how little it takes for someone else to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and be labeled a "sex offender".  This whole airport setup is a lawsuit in the making, and, perhaps, the sooner the better for everyone.
SlidingG #10

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/30/2010 03:53:21Copy HTML

Jthong, thanks for the report, that's the kind of serious, honest response I was hoping to see.  That some strange man has the authority to invade my privacy against my will, in a public place, and get away with it, is very offensive.  In the normal course of living, I should be the one choosing who will feel me up.  It sure wouldn't be another guy, and it sure wouldn't be in public.  I've decided I'm going to dress as usual -- no need to cater to TSA in any way -- and like yourself, I'll be wearing a thong.  I'm really indifferent whether they discover it, it's just underwear.  Likewise in Bermuda, I'll be in a thong by the pool and on the beach, and I don't care who sees it, but they better not touch (my wife excepted) -- that's my personal space.  Again, it's all about choice, and that is what TSA has taken away from us and which infuriates me so.                                          
SlidingG #11

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/30/2010 04:01:35Copy HTML

(Just deleted a silly posting I made here.)  More on point it Maxtlatl's observation below that we do have a choice:  fly or don't fly.  Very true.  But that still doesn't lessen the resentment we may feel at TSA's invasion of our privacy.  Does it really make us safer?  And is it really applied across-the-board equally?  Or do "special people" not have to endure the search?  Can we be sure, for instance, that all burkha-clad Muslim women are subject to nude body scans, and barring that, get full body pat-downs, not just light wandings over the surface of their garments, as TV news stories suggest?  We know there have been instances of terrorist men hidden under such "walking tents" blowing up market places.  Why not airplanes?  If I could believe all folks flying got equal treatment in security and that the searches were truly effective, I'd be less resentful of the privacy invasion. 
Captain_Jim #12

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/30/2010 08:20:37Copy HTML

You do have a choice....fly or don't fly.
I personally want all the security we can get. Just last year a terrorist had a bomb hidden in his underware. We got lucky on that one. Next time we might not be so lucky.
Maxtlatl #13

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:11/30/2010 10:15:57Copy HTML

Yeah, and then what happens when the next terrorist has a bomb in his rectum. How will you like THOSE searches?

Besides, the easier way a terrorist has to kill a planeload of people is to shoot down all the sheep in line waiting to go through security.
JM_Runs #14

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:12/01/2010 08:16:17Copy HTML

A woman who missed her flight at Will Rogers World Airport Tuesday when she showed up in a wheelchair, bra and panties, passed through the airport screening process this morning and has left the city.

Read more:
http://newsok.com/in-bra-panties-and-wheelchair-woman-goes-through-oklahoma-city-airport-screening-this-morning/article/3519710#ixzz16tQM3mQj
stanpuppy #15

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:12/02/2010 05:19:48Copy HTML

Do we know if oklahoma lady was thonging or not?
Ex_Member #16

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:12/07/2010 03:45:42Copy HTML

Sorry, i understand the need for tighter security, but  when 90% of the people, men and women come out  of those things saying it was sexual assult, it can't be good. Here is an example, some idiot sends you a picture of a minor semi nude, that you no way wanted, asked for or want anything to do with it, and the police find it. You get nailed for child pornography and everything else that goes with it. The TSA can strip dowm a kid and do their search, in front of others, and all is good. We were supposed to go to Disney this Feb., but along with other reasons, this TSA crap has kept us from making reservations. I just don't need my kids getting searched like that. All the damage the scycologists say happens to people that were molested as children, will be an open invitation here. I don't want my 5 yr. old daughter getting touched where she shouldn't be. That can't be good down the road. And when we finally do travel, and they are still doing it, I just mightwalk through the line in a very tiny g-string.
worcesterthong #17

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:12/14/2010 01:27:39Copy HTML

hi guys
I had a strange experience at london where the screening is to us standards.I was wearing my manstore thong which has a chain (triangular- joining the three sides at the back).The normal screening started and the machine the hand held one kept beeping behind my waist.The security guy weas totoally confused.,so was i because i ddi not realise till it beeped that there will b a problem.I was finally asked what is there and I said im wearing a thong. He would not believe me so took me to the private screening room,made me remove my pants and wanted to see it for himself. Stupidly he ran the mobile screener on it when exposed. I guess he really wanted to see something else.
another time in dubai iwas wearing an enhancer thong and again the same problem.This time the guardfirst groped
Thongsc #18

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:12/14/2010 03:33:32Copy HTML

Yes the TSA guys want to see you in your thong, because they have nothing better to do...
worcesterthong #19

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:12/14/2010 05:34:34Copy HTML

sorry ,there was a power shut down so could not complete the dubai episode.dubai the frisking is in the open,especially in the first class area.the guard looked down at my crotch and then while frisking me deliberately touched me around my XXX ,not once but twice.Not satisfied he than asked me to go to the private room to see the enhancer,quite humiliating with no ne to ask for a redress.I have been reading many other stories of this invasion of privacyin usa and europe, hope some sense comes to the law makers.fortunately even though i travel extensively in india and southeast asia this has never happened to me in these countries
SlidingG #20

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:12/31/2010 02:52:18Copy HTML

 Much ado about nothing, total non-event.  Went thru the scanner, ho-hum, my 'junk' scrunched up in a Papi cotton thong, I'm sure it gave no one the jollies watching my image off in some room.  Was the flight safer?  We got there, what more to say?  No imaging or pat downs in Bermuda, and we got home safe.  If you want to travel, just go with the flow.
sailor250 #21

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:01/01/2011 03:39:05Copy HTML

We've seen Youtube of some people stripping down to swimsuits for the scanners.  In I think it was Oklahoma City the other day a college student guy stripped down to tightie whities and was arrested for disorderly conduct!  I guess people take different views of this in different parts of the country- kind of like what we find with thong wearing.
Ex_Member #22

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/09/2011 03:11:38Copy HTML

 I was at an airport this weekend wearing my olaf benz double string tanga thong under my jeans.  I had to go through the backscatter machine and wait on the side for a few minutes while someone "off site" checked the image.  They then asked if I was wearing a belt, to which I was not and then said he had to look at my waist area because the offsite official had indicated something on the waist - I wonder what it was..lol?  Anyway, after he didn't pull my jeans down or anything, just pinched slightly all around to see if there was anything metal and he chocked it up to the brand logo in the back that has several metal studs in it.  I'll bet you it was the off-site screener confused because my underwear is rather unique..especially for a guy!
thong123 #23

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/10/2011 05:15:40Copy HTML

 Slightly off topic, I know, but it's important that you understand this.  NEVER go through a backscatter machine.  These are basically x-ray machines that emit ionizing radiation and they are NOT safe regardless of what you may hear (ionizing radiation in ANY form is NOT safe PERIOD).  Please exercise your option to a pat-down if you come across an airport using a backscatter machine especially if you fly often.

The jury is still out on the milimeter-wave machines (these look like clear glass cylinders that you stand in with a door that shuts).  These machines do not use x-rays but rather high frequency radio waves and are non-ionizing.  They may or may not be safe but the backscatter machines are definitely not safe.


Thongsc #24

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/10/2011 08:52:29Copy HTML

Why would you wear underwear with metal studs if you know you're going to go through a metal detector at the airport?  Who in their right mind would do something to intentionally set off metal detectors at the airport and hold up everyone behind them?

It sounds more like you wanted to get strip searched so you could get off on showing off your thong to the TSA...
Ex_Member #25

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/11/2011 03:53:46Copy HTML

 I agree with Thongsc. By wearing a metal stud underwear , you are blatantly informing the guys, who are checking the x-ray scanner, that you have something 'special' under your pants.
JM_Runs #26

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/11/2011 04:20:14Copy HTML

 Not any more than wearing a belt with a metal buckle, or jeans with metal studs on the corners of the pockets and metal zip, or jeans with snaps or studs on the fly like classic Levy 501.  They all have a significant amount of metal.  I think it unlikely that a thong would have more metal content than a pair of blue jeans.  Metal detectors just detect the field displacement caused by the ferrous content, not the item is a zip or stud, or if it is a thong or fly.
crew_chief #27

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/11/2011 09:03:44Copy HTML

 well just got back from a trip to El paso,no embarrassing stories to tell. Went through both El paso and Phoenix with out any problems. I can say the layover was made better by sitting around and watching all the beautiful lady's in summer dress. Thank's to all that traveld this holiday in a  thong , and TSA for letting all pass.
Ex_Member #28

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/13/2011 03:26:42Copy HTML

 I just re-read my post and I should clarify:  The jeans had metal studs on the back near the belt - not the thong!  That would have definitely set-off the screeners if I'd worn a metal stud thong...but I don't even own one of those.  I apologize for confusing people.
Endo_Rowe #29

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/27/2011 06:02:45Copy HTML

 It amazes me that some people actually believe that TSA screeners 'want' to give us a hard time. Yeah... because they really want to look at grainy images of peoples junk all day, because they want to stick their hands down the pants of someone who may not have had a chance to shower, and because they really want to hold up the line any longer so they can have two hundred waiting people lobbing insults.

I fly a lot, sometimes a few times per week, and it is most often the people complaining, not following instructions, insulting screeners, etc. who get the most thorough and compromising searches. I mean really... it's called searching, not groping. We did have a guy smuggle a bomb in his skivvies not long ago people. Quit being a loudmouthed self-centered jerkoff and perhaps next time you'll walk through without issue.
DavyJ #30

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/28/2011 06:13:23Copy HTML

Its not a matter of whether the TSA people "want" or "don't want" to give us a hard time.  They are only doing what they have been told to do.  The real problem is all this stuff would so obviously be illegal in any other setting and should be illegal at airports as well.  And saying we can simply choose to not fly is no answer at all.  I and everybody else have just as much right to fly in 2011 as Rosa Parks had to ride a bus back in the 1950's.  Now Rosa Park's struggle lasted many many years and I suspect it will also be many more years before flyers are granted the rights they deserve.
Captain_Jim #31

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/28/2011 08:35:55Copy HTML

davyj,
Where in the constitution does it say you have the "right" to fly. It's a privilege.
Morons like you are the reason 9/11 was allowed to happen. I don't want people like you on any plane that I'm on. These people (terrorist) are trying to blow a plane full of innocent people out of the sky and you complain because TSA won't just let you walk on board......
DavyJ #32

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/28/2011 10:55:56Copy HTML

Captain Jim:  

Did you actually read anything I said?  I am not complaining "because TSA won't just let you walk on board".  I, and many others, are complaining because TSA is engaging in sexual assaults in the name of air safety; assaults that would get anyone else in jail in a big hurry.  We have not been able to "walk on board" since ... how long has it been?  More than 40 years as I recall.  But few people have complained until recently.  There is a good reason for that.  And since I had not lodged a simgle complaint prior to 9/11, obviously I (and everyone else objecting) had nothing to do with 9/11.  Reasonable security provisions make sense; all this current airport BS is nothing more than knee-jerk reactions from incompetent bureaucrats that are not likely to deter any real terrorists.  And I most certainly do have a right to fly.  Its part of being a law abiding citizen, just as Rosa Parks had the right to ride a bus; that is not in the constitution either since there were neither busses nor airplanes when the constitution was written.
ShadowT #33

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/29/2011 02:42:06Copy HTML

There is no constitutional right to fly or ride a bus, just as you do not have an inherent right to drive.  Rosa Parks was about equality/discrimination.  I work for a transit authority, and we can (and do) ban people from using the service regularly; and that's a public service (vs. airlines that a private, 'though regulated.)  Even if you own your own aircraft, you are subject to licensing and safety regulations.

I haven't flown in several years, so I cannot comment on current TSA practices too much.  I had believe it reached unnecessary levels even when I was still flying frequently (pre-2005).  There isn't anything they can do that will be 100%, and for whatever amount their policies are effective, there are many more targets besides planes.  I recently took my wife to see U2 and there were more than 72,000 people in the stadium.  More than that, the biggest issue was the terrorists gaining control of the aircrafts.  My best friend is a commercial airline pilot, and as far as I can tell, that is unlikely to happen again. 

Unfortunately, the attacks were more than just effective on 9/11, as they've not only hindered travel, but also drained budgets to fund these programs.  Not just airlines either... public transit and others also receives Homeland Security funding.  We had 2 or 3 facility cameras in 2003 and 1 guard; we have probably 30 cameras now, 4 guards at peak and a contracted Sergent from the city police, who brings in at least 2 other officers during peak.  IIRC, buses went from 3 cameras onboard to 6.  Unfortunately, most of that is necessary due to the amount we've grown (e.g. we used to have at least one riot per year; now none.)
JM_Runs #34

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:07/29/2011 07:12:42Copy HTML

 The question:   Is the extraordinary amount we now pay on security, and the amount of hassle and time waist it causes, worth the tiny fractional increase in safety?

Could public safety be increased by deploying the same dollars and human resources to being boarder guards, customs inspectors or trained aircraft mechanics?   What would we save more lives if they were EMT's in your city?  

How about workers installing crash guards between roads and rivers?  Every year, year in, year out, more people drown in cars, than drown in boats, or fall out of the sky in airoplanes. 

As a nation we have to allocate scarce resources carefully.  The same money and man power applied to teaching the next generation, and getting them skilled so they can get good jobs, will prevent more violence and deaths to the citizens in general than the transportation security paranoia. 


DavyJ #35

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:08/03/2011 09:09:45Copy HTML

Excellent points, JM.  We must realize that all this TSA "paranoia" really has little to do with air safety, but lots to do with politicians having the need to make it look like they (a) care, (b) know how to stop terrorists, and (c) are actually doing something do justify their existence.  I am sure there is much that could be done to save more lives at far lower costs, but much of what JM suggests is either not "politically correct" or not likely to gain many votes.
tobias5711 #36

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:01/26/2019 02:45:23Copy HTML

I flew last Sunday from Cleveland. TSA asked to check my carry-on after it went through the scanner. I haven't flow since 2000, before 9/11. The male agent started going through a side pouch in my bag and kept pulling out different thongs and g-strings. Others were nearby and could see what he was doing. He made no comment. He then found a large tube of tooth-paste. Larger than what new regulations allow. He asked if I wanted to check my bag for $30 or if he could throw away the tooth-paste. $30 vs $2, not a hard decision to make. He stuffed my g-strings back in the pouch and I was on my way.
Mary0826 #37

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:01/26/2019 09:03:09Copy HTML

Amtrak and local commuter rail lines seem just as safe as airplane travel -- just slower in long-distant travel. From what an Amtrak video about their security indicates: 1. They take travel security very seriously 2. They use profiling and data bases to identify potentially dangerous people 3. At larger stations, they use security dogs and x-ray bagage, but keep it low profile. A busy Amtrak or commuter rail line could be just as susceptable to terror as airlines, perhaps even more so since the rail lines are vulnerable from both onboard and along the right of way. The transportation world does not seem to consider it a high priority to get into security as deeply as is done on the airlines. With regards to unpacking -- I have had the TSA unpack practically everything from my carry on luggage. I have have had both male and female people do the looking, and as a woman, I think the ladies area more likely to make comments about what I have with me. I have had women ask about cosmetic products, as well as jewelry. Once I had one comment on my swimwear (mostly G-strings) and say she wished she had the nerve to wear them and that her boyfriend would like so see her in something so skimpy. I once went through an airport where they were handing out chicklets 2-pack candy, and I had some in my bag. At a later TSA counter, the man said he had not seem this product since he was a kid. I ask if he wanted some and he accepted, even though TSA people are not supposed to accept gifts. A store in Dayton buys confiscated knives from the TSA by the 55 gallon drum. They are only one of dozens of places in the country which do so. They never run out! You would think that with all the warning signs and stuff, such "mistakes" would be less often. I can see someone not knowing the volume of toothpaste in a tube, but I can't see how people could bring 6 inch switch blades or 10 inch hunting knives in their bagage and not know that these items probably will be taken. I have seen places set up near TSA counters that will mail your stuff home (or wherever) if you have something you really don't want to get rid of. I have also seen people who travel with huge boxes of tools, like specialty compter repair people, who can hold up the line for hours as every screwdriver and other tool is inspected. And they also get really fussy about any battery powered devices. I have taken a sex toy that was battery powered and they took the batteries out to assure that it would not accidentally turn on in transist and someone panic because they think it is something that could be dangerous. The only thing dangerous about my dildos is that they might replace a man someday. Mary
sailor250 #38

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:01/27/2019 03:28:08Copy HTML

When I'm flying somewhere and think I'll have time immediately after landing to hit the beach or pool I'll pack flip flops a thong and sunscreen in my carry on in case my bag is delayed. The sunscreen is so I don't have to waste time going out and buying some. So I'll pack a little 3 oz bottle with some of my needed SPF levels so I'll have a day's supply. I've had concerns that the airline will lose my bag with hundreds of dollars of suits packed in along with other clothes- but so far they haven't- only delayed a few times. Speaking of flying and sunning- when I'm planning on hitting a nude beach right after landing I'll think ahead to wear some streetable underwear for walking out from the car, so I don't have to change- saves time! Likewise if it's a textile beach wearing only underwear out to a place where I can change into my thong/g string saves having to lug my clothes out there!
Beached_Santa_Cruz #39

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:01/27/2019 04:51:01Copy HTML

I'm one of those idiots that constantly shows up with a knife. I have a 3" pocketknife in my cell phone case. I've had to use the mail kiosk several times to mail my knife back to myself. It's a $90 stainless steel Kershaw that I have my name engraved on it. I finally have gotten used to checking everything before I leave my house. I flew out of Monterey a few years ago at Christmas. 3 days before Christmas the terminal was empty and I had already checked my suitcase. Sure enough when I went through TSA they spotted the 3" knife. The TSA agent asked if I had checked a suitcase and I said I did. He told me to go back to the Alaska desk and see if they will pull my luggage back. They were great about it and within 2 minutes I had my bag back and put the knife into it. That's one of the great things about flying from Monterey, it's small, no lines, and they are very accommodating.
chad_nw_oh #40

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:01/27/2019 05:52:35Copy HTML

"A store in Dayton buys confiscated knives from the TSA by the 55 gallon drum." Sounds like Mendelsons!
ithongit #41

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:01/27/2019 07:18:09Copy HTML

Randy was in Houston with me a few years ago. While I got to go to endless boring meetings, he got to lay out by the pool in his thong. Eventually I had an afternoon when I had no meetings but others did, so Randy and I went to Galveston for thonging on the beach, shopping the beach stores, and finally a late dinner. We found a store that had men's thongs. Not just a few, but hundreds. They were all Toto brand, and they had other toto swimwear as well. To make a long story short, he bought over $200 and this was after the store owner gave him a 25% discount. Most of the swimwear was Speedo like men's bikinis or true thongs. We planned to give then to our male friends who wear thongs or talk about manybe wearing thongs as Christmas gifts. In all, there were probably about 20 thongs, pluss another 10 or so that he brought with him. Randy packed everything in a heavy cardboard box, and we checked it through at the airport. In addition to the swimwear, we also had T-shirts, shorts, and some beach clothing and sandals. When we got to our destination, we found that the airline had "lost" this package. They sent us home and said they would bring our stuff to us. They did, but for some unknown reason told us we would have to tell them what was in the box -- something we did without issue of course. It would have been very sad to have lost all this stuff, and were glad to get it back. Since then, if we have too much for our suitcases, we ship it Express Mail or by another carrier and split up valuable or sentimental things between our suit cases, carry on, and mailed boxes. (The funniest thing was that they showed us a chart with all sorts of bagage illustrated on it, and we had to choose the style luggage that was lost. Cardboard boxes were not shown, and they had to use a new form that called it a non-traditional shipping container. Gee, I bet Amazon didn't know that boxes are not traditional! We had someone who had to ship a cheap guitar which was lost and eventually found, and they did not have a picture of a guitar case either.) PS Mendelsons claims to have everything, but currently is not permitted to add inventory to their store since they have been going out of business for over five years now, but replenishing their inventory. The State Attorney General does not permit stores to add inventory after the advertise they are going out of business.
JM_Runs #42

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:01/28/2019 03:30:37Copy HTML

I know many people who have distinctive luggage or distinctive luggage tags so they can easily identify it on the carousel, but that does not help if it is lost. With digital pictures being so easy and zero cost, photographing the outside of one's luggage and the contents seems like a smart idea. Some people like to travel with smart shiny new luggage, I guess to impress the bell-hop at the hotel. I have a friend who always uses an old stained army kitbag that looks like it is stuffed with a month of laundry. Nobody messes with that. A kit-bag is also a lot more difficult to steal from, because getting to the bottom means dumping out everything, and then repacking, which takes quite a bit of time.
NudeNArizona #43

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:02/27/2019 03:51:24Copy HTML

Once while taking an inter island flight from Maui to Oahu we decided to check our luggage before enjoying our last day on the beach and since we were going to Little Beach my wife wore just a little sundress which when standing barely covered her ass and if she wasn’t careful sitting or bending over showed everything. As you would guess she was one of the random passengers to get pulled aside for random inspection and as they were asking her to follow them a guy in line behind us said “I can see from here she’s not hiding anything under her clothes” then laughed
Mary0826 #44

Re:How to comply with the TSA's airport security

Date Posted:02/28/2019 06:42:46Copy HTML

Scott had a similar experience. We were traveling from Dallas to Dayton, in the middle of summer. Texas was experiencing a major heat wave. It was so bad that the A/C system in the airport hardly did a thing, and Outside it was pushing 110 F (43 C). It was so hot that the heat sensing water faucets and paper towel dispensers in the rest rooms were kicking on and off all the time, unrolling hundreds of feet of towels on the floor and unexpectedly shooting water into the sinks. Scott normally would have worn a bit more on the plane, but because of the heat was wearing a loose fitting open side shirt and very snug but tiny cut-off Levis. This is the type of shorts that make me wonder how he can even get them on, and then I wonder how he can enjoy having his equipment so compressed. He was pulled aside for an additional hand-check by TSA, but the lady simply looked at his outfit and said "There's no way you could hide anything under that shirt." Before she waved him through, she said "I bet your shirt is comfortable in all this heat" then ask if he could lift his shirt up to look at his shorts. When he did, she looked at them for a minute, ask if she could pat him down, and when he said okay, she headed right to his penis who's outline was pretty visible through the "distressed" denim. "This isn't a bomb," she said, "And it certainly isn't a gun either. But I bet it can shoot pretty good." She then said he could go, but as we started to leave she said "cute shorts." I think sometimes they pull people out of the line in an attempt to check them out a bit more. I sometimes will wear a mini skirt or super short shorts, and it seems like this is the time I get checked. When I thing about TSA, I always think about a scene in the movie "Spinal Tap". The all male rock group has been held up at security and the TSA agent is wanding the genital area of one of the band members. After taking things from his pockets and frustating the TSA person, he finally pulls out a cucumber wrapped in foil that had been stuffed down one of his legs. It is pretty clear, he had done this to make an impression in his tight jeans, and not as a snack for later in the day. Mary
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