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How To Stop The TSA From Stealing Your Stuff

January 10, 2013
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How To Stop The TSA From Stealing Your Stuff
As we see from myriad news reports, the real criminals in the airport are the hamburger clerks the government hires to grope us and search our stuff sans probable cause.

Mike Adams from Natural News has a video showing you how to keep the TSA workers from stealing your valuables:

Related, from Bob Fisher at TSA New Blog, “TSA: No amount is too small to steal.”

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/2823051 Pete

    I see him as a eunuch getting as* f*cked by a dildo-wielding dom in some bizarre, candle lit harem tent night club surrounded by jaded, merlot sipping lesbians…

    but that’s just me.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/5175957 Denis

    ..I really cringed when I read that “people skills and multi-tasking – which women are a lot better at.” comment.

    That is the biggest myth. I have yet to meet any woman who is more productive than me, can multitask better, who can manage groups in a postive mood (everyday of the month)…etc.. He really needs to questions his positions and analyze how he reached them.

    The idea that women generally have better people skills, communication skills, multitasking skills etc., etc., then men is a joke. I’ve never seen it in my life.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/4638843 Bill C

    Maybe Mr Buerk desires his turn in the tent given his attitude.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/1787606 PolishKnight

    I got the impression that he was being half-apologetic as well. He claims that women not wanting non-income producing men is because they might be slobs at home. He’s apparently never dated modern American or British women. Even if this was the case, such women probably wouldn’t be turned on by a Mr. Mom either.

    I think the worst is when he says that the balance has tipped implying that women were oppressed in the past. Modern feminism is just an extention of chivalric patronism.

Right. Man up. Buy the book now on Amazon.com. Or listen to Ronnie tell a story at escaping-from-reality.com.