• Susan Richart

    OK, so what “photo above?” I had to go to Google’s main page to see the picture of the cube.

    • I published this yesterday. Yesterday was the 40th anniversary of the birth of the Rubik’s Cube. Yesterday the Google doodle was a moving Rubik’s Cube. As for the photo, click the link.

      • Susan Richart


  • Chris Bray

    Obviously he is trying to locate its inner thigh area so he can check it for luscious crotch explosives.

  • RonBonner

    Did anyone explain to the clerk in the photo above exactly what that cube was? No different than giving an electron microscope to an ape.

  • Susan Richart

    OMG! The TSA allows those things on airplanes? I am sure there is lots of room to place explosives in such a cube.


    And on another topic, I ask for a show of hands again from those who believe this from the Liar-in-Chief Pissy:

    “As of February 27, 2014, more than 71,000 individuals have applied for the TSA Pre✓™ Application Program and TSA receives an average of approximately 2,700 applications a day.”

    That means that since February 27, TSA has received more than 135,000 applications for precheck. Even if it were true, how many have been granted?

    If I entered numbers correctly on my calculator, that means that TSA has raked in $17,510,000 in application fees. Money swindled away from the gullible – if it sounds too good to be true…..

    Here’s another comment that I ask for a show of hands on:

    “TSA’s budget request includes a reduction of $100 million and 1,441 FTE from theTransportation Security Officer (TSO) workforce, and associated support costs, as a result of savings related to RBS.”

    A reduction of 1,400 FTE screeners – I’ll believe that one when pigs fly.

    • Thanks. Post link?

    • RonBonner

      Well, I was near the Pre Check application office outside of D terminal security at LAS Friday and it was dead. So if someone wants to apply go there.

      TSA may have taken in $17.5 mil but I bet nowhere near that amount made it into the treasury coffers. Probably going towards a yacht for someone.