[Spridgets] And Now This (Delta Soldiers Weapons)
frog.aye at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 16:19:59 MDT 2011
My Mom would always peel oranges with a knife making one long peel that
looked like something M.C. Escher would have drawn. My Sister inherited
that skill, but I always peel oranges by hand.
On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 2:00 PM, Kirk Hargreaves <khargreaves2 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Sounds like me . . they treat the item/s like it is about ready to go off.
> Thanks for sharing . . I don't feel quite as bad as I did before!
> On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 1:49 PM, <WeslakeMonza1330 at aol.com> wrote:
> > Here on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean I was travelling from the
> > to Northern Ireland. I think it was checking in on the way back, at
> > International or City that the scanner guy said 'Is that a knife in your
> > bag'. Umm yes it's just to peel an orange'. ' Stand back, get back from
> > the bag' or words to that effect as a least one security guard made a bee
> > line for me and my bag. I just froze on the spot. Yep there it was bare
> > the world a common or garden domestic household knife that would cut
> > or peel an orange, but not much else.
> > Weslake-Monza 1330
> > In a message dated 09/06/2011 20:32:31 GMT Daylight Time,
> > khargreaves2 at gmail.com writes:
> > First off I noticed that the screener had taken an unusual interest in my
> > bag as it had passed through the machine. I thought nothing of it at
> > until he brought my bag to the counter and began to have the cop who was
> > there pull the bullets out on the table. Was I surprised. (Only the cop
> > was allowed to handle the bullets as they treated them like some form of
> > alien kryptonite).
> > After I explained the situation, fortunately they let me go (they of
> > kept the bullets). They also said that I might be getting a fine from
> > TSA (which never happened). Had this been an international flight,
> > would have no doubt been worse for me.
> > The airport Police Officer was very nice about the whole thing, as were
> > other representatives. It was a harrowing experience that I will never
> > forget.
> > And I was able to catch my flight.
> > Kirk
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