Taken A Job With TSA

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by AR10, Mar 31, 2013.

  1. AR10

    AR10 New Member

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    After months of looking, I found a job, finally. Trouble is, it is as a TSA agent. I start Monday, tomorrow. In the agreement I signed, I agreed to sell all my guns, and surrender the assault weapons to them, along with high capacity mags. They will let me keep a shotgun, in accordance with Joe Biden's directive.

    I get a three day training course then it is off to the airport to fondle troublemakers, as my new boss puts it. We also do lots of bra and panty checks of the 18 to 34 year olds, if they look interesting, I am told.

    In the interview, to get the job, I had to nark out my neighbors that have no fishing permits, have bottle rockets on the forth of July, and drink two liter bottles of pop. At first I almost did not turn them in, but I got a twenty five dollar bonus for doing so, and I figured, why not take the money?

    My bosses also wanted to know which of my friends and relatives own guns, and what kinds they are. I told them, but I felt bad afterwords, that was until I realized that was what Obama wanted me to do, then it was ok.

    I will be working thirty hours a week at the airport, and ten hours at Wal-Mart, undercover, watching people buy ammo, and reporting their licence plate numbers. That sounds like fun.

    If I get past the 90 day probation period, and everyone does, I will make supervisor, and will start recruiting my friends that I think will follow Obama orders to do what we are told, no questions asked.

    This is a sweet job, and all I need to do is follow orders to trample on rights, people should not have anyway.

    Monday morning comes early, off to Wal-Mart to practice writting down licence plates and spy on the ammo sales, then off to bed so I can get up early Monday .
     
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  2. MisterMcCool

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  3. HOSSFLY

    HOSSFLY New Member

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    Should have waited till tomorrow to post this :D
     
  4. AR10

    AR10 New Member

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    I'll be working tomorrow!
     
  5. Fathead00

    Fathead00 New Member

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    Are you joking?? This has to be an earlier April Fools joke!!
     
  6. Tackleberry1

    Tackleberry1 New Member

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    I like you AR10... but that won't stop me from permanently disabling your silly ass if your grope my toddler! ;)

    Tack


     
  7. Sniper03

    Sniper03 Supporting Member Supporter

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    AR 10~ :D:D:D:D!

    That TSA story is GOOD! But would not surprise me if O and company had their way! Since medical people recently have been advised to ask if there are any weapons in the home on medical forms. Correct Answer " I decline to answer the question because it violates my Constitutional Rights! My personal preferred answer for them! "None of your Fn Business! :D But a medical professional friend advised use answer number one! "Never" NO or YES!
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  8. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    a couple of months ago i had to go to a walk-in clinic to get some relief for a stomach virus and couldn't get into see my regular doctor for a few days. well the nurse asked this question of me as well. i was kind of taken aback at first at the mentioning of such a thing. really shocked is more accurate. first i asked what that had to do with helping me with my stomach virus and she replied they were required to ask thes questions now. i looked at her and asked her, " how much money do you have in your checking account?" she looked at me as if i had asked her if she was hooker! the look was priceless! she said, " well that's really none of your business!" i said to her, " well if or how many firearms i have in my home, is none of your business either"

    the doctor came in later and asked me why i had declined to answer the question. i asked him the same question as i had the nurse. he kind of got all huffy and upset with me. i informed him my ailment had nothing to do with them knowing whether i owned or how many firearms i owned.

    this is even happening in smaller towns from what i am seeing. we were discussing it at work a few days later and it was not an isolated event. several others had had the same questions asked of them as well at the doctors office. hmmmmm.........
     
  9. HOSSFLY

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    Sounds like a unrequested prostrate exam :(
     
  10. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    i consider it to be invading my privacy! at the very least gettin too personal.:mad:
     
  11. winds-of-change

    winds-of-change The Balota's Staff Member

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    Why do they ask that question? I haven't been to see a doctor recently but I will be going in the next three months or so. I don't understand what our gun ownership has to do with our medical health. Though I must say owning firearms has improved my mental health.
     
  12. Overkill0084

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    Give it time.
    At some point firearms ownership will be considered a disorder or deviant behavior. Or at the very least, some sort of household hazard...like smoking.
     
  13. partdeux

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    I had to check the box no last week...

    "Is there a firearm in your home?"
     
  14. ctshooter

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    About a year ago I took my son to the doctor for a before school check up, doc comes in and gives him a look over checks the eyes, ears and so on. He then starts asking the normal health questions, and without skipping a beat he asks if there are guns in the house? I ask him what that has to do with health care?? He said as doctor he is responsible for the health and well being of his patients, and guns in the home could be considered a health risk. I laughed and told him that if there were guns in the house they would pose no more health risk to my son than the 2 five gallon gas cans in my garage. I then asked him why he didn't ask about any flammable liquids in the home or if there was any asbestos in the home?? He just looked at me blankly.
     
  15. F4U

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    I haven't been to a doctor in a couple of years, but the last time I was there they asked me if " I felt safe in my home" I simply said yes and did not mention that I have several firearms and a backhoe, and it would be an intruder who should not feel safe.

    My brother is a doctor, I think I will shoot him an email and ask about this question.
     
  16. winds-of-change

    winds-of-change The Balota's Staff Member

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    I believe this is a domestic violence question.

    Pun intended?
     
  17. Sniper03

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    Winds,

    It is a focus and deceptive program trying to be implemented by the Government through the Federal Center of Disease Control. For what ever in the H they should be involved in information involving our Second Amendment. They would like to mask it under the pretense of domestic violence and other purposes. I could see it if we have a person living in our household who is there for mental illness issues. Maybe to assure the patient did not have access to the weapons like in the Sandy Hook incident! But as the Nurse friend of mine stated, most of the medical health people think it is for other purposes. What a better way to collect the information as to the location of weapons in the public. Moral of the story one can answer it with "I choose not to answer it because it is a Constitutional violation of my privacy!" That is what they advised. But Damn I liked the "Well how much money do you have in your purse or wallet!" I can only imagine the look and reaction! That was "Absolutely GREAT"!

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  18. F4U

    F4U Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Well sorta!!! Truth is I didn't see the pun till it was in front of me on the screen, then I intended it.
     
  19. Cinderocka1989

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    I believe that's probably right. I was asked something similar to that once when I had a few large bruises from a motorcycle accident.
     
  20. partdeux

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    I shot a nail into my hand with a framing nail gun. Wife drove me, and she's wearing shorts with the bruise the size of her entire thigh from a water skiing fall.

    Medical staff kept us separated for awhile... Didn't dawn on either one of us what was going on until we shared the questions we were getting asked... We still laugh about it :)