Asserting Your Rights At The Airport Without Saying one Word.

Flying again during the holidays? With a little bit of creativity, any legislation can be the pretext to make a little bit of money, if not starting a new business. After showing you 1 month ago the boxer-briefs with built-in radiation-blocker, now these “4th Amendment” tee-shirts printed with a metallic dye that will show up on scans. So, while scanning your body the TSA employee can read Amendment IV of the US Constitution. Asserting your rights without saying a word. Priceless. 4th Amendment Underwear also available. Cargo Collective.

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11 Responses to “Asserting Your Rights At The Airport Without Saying one Word.”


  1. 1 Johny Dec 21st, 2010 at 8:05 am

    TSA people don’t know how to read…

  2. 2 Woody Dec 21st, 2010 at 11:18 am

    I guess I can applaud folks jumping on the TSA thing to make a quick buck in a down economy but I have to wonder about the brain power of anyone who would purposefully make themselves stand out in a screening line while their plane is about to board. Oh well, Social Darwinism, I guess 🙂

  3. 3 busfreak Dec 21st, 2010 at 3:15 pm

    The problem is, since when does the TSA, congress or the president give a shit as to what the US Constitution says.

  4. 4 Launchme Dec 21st, 2010 at 7:28 pm

    I gotta fly this weekend and I will opt out of the scanner x-ray due to many scientists saying the same thing:
    he scientists say the X-rays could pose a risk to everyone from travelers over the age of 65 to pregnant women and their unborn babies, to HIV-positive travelers, cancer patients and men.

    “Men’s sexual organs are exposed to the X-rays. The skin is very thin there,”

    http://homelandsecuritynewswire.com/full-body-scanners-us-airports-may-be-dangerous-scientists

    Thats more than enough reason for me!

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/news/General+News/75783/VIDEO%3A-Bombshell%3A-Former-Homeland-Chief-Got-%27Sweetheart-Deal%27-Selling-Scanners-To-TSA.html

    The former Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff, represents Rapiscan, the company which is selling these scanners to his former department.

    Far too many federal contracts are sweetheart, insider deals.

    Companies hire former high ranking federal officials, and then magically, those companies get hugely profitable federal contracts. (Just like the old Soviet Union!)

  5. 5 Wiz Dec 22nd, 2010 at 2:22 am

    AH HA!! It’s all about money again, that figures! One idiot puts a firecracker in his tennie-shoe ‘an we all have to show off our stinky socks! Hope nobody puts C4 up thier pooper, that would really be a hassle! Wiz

  6. 6 JimC Dec 22nd, 2010 at 7:21 am

    I like the idea of the shirts. I also like the idea of protecting the planes and the people within from bombers. I dislike the fact that we need to have things(scanner) like this to protect us. It is a matter of a few controlling the majority. The T Shirt is just a small thing to keep things in perspective and that I believe to be a good idea. JMO

  7. 7 ROGUE Dec 22nd, 2010 at 7:54 am

    I just recieved this.

    Israeli Device to Detect Terrorists, Even If Unarmed

    Tevet 12, 5771, 19 December 10 10:04by Maayana Miskin

    (Israelnationalnews.com) An Israeli device designed for use in airports aims to detect terrorists whether or not they are armed, and to cut back on many security measures that inconvenience all passengers equally. The device tracks physical reactions to basic questions or statements.

    Israel currently uses a similar system at Ben-Gurion Airport, where screeners aim to detect suspicious passenger behavior instead of focusing primarily on objects in passengers’ possession. Unlike security teams in other countries, who take all liquids from passengers or conduct invasive searches, the Ben-Gurion screeners engage passengers in conversation and use their training to scout out unusual reactions, which lead to passengers being pulled out of line for further screening.
    While the human conversation-based system works well, it can be time consuming. If the new devices being developed for security are put into action in airports, they are expected to significantly speed the process.
    Ehud Givon, CEO of WeCU Technologies, spoke to Britain’s Live about the new machines his company is working on. WeCU has worked with top psychologists to create a system that detects the small, involuntary physical response a person will have to something they know.
    The device measures a subject’s heart rate, temperature, blood pressure, changes in breathing, and more. It begins taking readings immediately as a subject approaches, establishing a ?baseline? – then exposes the person to something that would elicit a reaction in someone involved in terrorism.
    The phrase or image used to get a response is specially selected so as to not get the same response from someone who is anxious due to a fear of flying or some other, non-terror-related reason, Givon said.

    Givon explained that going public will not reduce the machine’s efficacy ? if anything, he said, it will do the opposite. ?It’s even better if [the subject] knows this test is going to happen. This isn’t a trick, he stated.
    The machine has a relatively low false positive rate, and in tests has selected just one or two of each hundred people for further questioning. Once it is in use, only those selected would be questioned by a human, while everyone else can continue to their flight.

    http://www.IsraelNationalNews.com

  8. 8 Cade Dec 22nd, 2010 at 10:20 am

    None of the dirt bags from the president on down give a flying f…k about the constitution.

  9. 9 martin Twofeather Dec 22nd, 2010 at 4:38 pm

    I feel the same way Cade,but it’s been about 30 years since they cared about the Constitution,or it’s people but they love spending our future and money……….

  10. 10 Axel Jan 2nd, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    If only the pics actually enlarged when you click on them so we could read what the shirts have written on them…

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