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January 14, 2019
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There is no job easier to poke fun at than the TSA. Why? Because despite the fact that I'm an able-bodied male, the spend an exorbitant amount of time searching my best friend who happens to be missing his legs. I love the guy, but I doubt he's going to be charging the cockpit anytime soon, neither would I, but given the physical differences, I'm surprised I don't get a prostate exam every time I decide to fly. Also, they let a dude slip through earlier this month with his gat.Yes, yes, you read my hip lingo correct. A man flying from Atlanta, Georgia's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport was able to make it through the TSA checkpoint with his pew pew device on his person. When he arrived in Tokyo, he called the airline to inform them that:"Hey guys I've had a gun the whole time, don't worry though I shot down a Russian fighter with it while I was hanging out of the side. America F*** YEAH!"Ok, maybe he didn't say that last part, but again this is my world and I can dream can't I? The TSA stated that this most certainly wasn't due to the government shutdown that is affecting many federal agencies. Rather this is the kind of blatant incompetence that the TSA exercises on a regular basis. It's good to know that despite a shutdown the TSA is still groping people, but missing firearms.I'm not even mad at the guy, you might need protection when you're flying on the aptly named Dirty Delta (just kidding Delta, don't sue us, just wanted to give you some street cred).If it weren't for the fact that the man was traveling internationally, I'd have told him to not even bother reporting it, but I'm betting he'd have a difficult time coming back with it being an international flight and all.TSA, get your shit together.

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