i'm pretty sure that listening to her music can give ur ears herpes
(you suck): thank you for that, anonymous one known as "you suck".... you have opened my eyes and i can now see the error of my ways.... from this day forth, i shall live my life based on the standards of awesomeness that you have laid down and never again, shall i favorite one of my own posts! and once again, i thank you for taking the time out of your busy day to point out, on such an obscure post not seen by anyone, the lameness of my actions. :)
(Badass Ninjette): well u could do that, but that's why we have vets to nurse them back to health.
(Eff Urself Ess Pants): it's not flogged to death. it's just tired and needs rest.
this is the funniest ever!! and i'm not just sayin that cuz yoo is my girlfriend!!
yup, and then, when this proves ineffective, u will be cool with allowing them to simply strip search u right at the security checkpoint right? way better than simply having the current regulations on airport security simply being enforced
it's a slippery slope. and ur not the only one on the inside looking at this. and not everyone shares the same opinion as u. not to mention all of the aspiring sex offenders that will now be applying with the TSA.
well, in any case, it was proven that the previous regulations weren't being enforced in all cases and that's just unacceptable. the solution isn't to take it a step further because even the new security measures can get screwed up by some TSA agent that feels like doing a half-assed job and the same things that were happening before will happen again. it's not the regs, it's the people that are supposed to be enforcing them. because when people start getting lazy with these new rules, they'll just take it another step further.
lol really? we need full body scanners that give off radiation and pat downs that borderline on molestation to find luggage filled with drugs?? there aren't any new techniques that will detect drugs anymore effectively than the ones we already use. it's terrorism that's the main issue in this debate, not drug smugglers. drug smugglers rarely use commercial airports anymore and the ones that do are simply idiots. the problem is that not every security officer does their job right. i've experienced it myself. airport security isn't something that u can slack off on and people do slack off. yes, it's rare for a security official to screw up, but when they do, that's when the problems occur. the only way to cut out this problem is to make security completely automated. but then u still have to have someone monitoring these systems and so there's still the human factor. the fact is that we will never be 100% safe when we travel and no amount of security can change that.
i love you, babygirl.
(bite_me):@1062076 (bite_me): u make me wanna bust out into an 80s rock ballad :)
our love is measurable in megatons and voltage :)