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  • D(aise)WTK - kiddie security checks at airports

    In light of this article, I'd like to know the thoughts of Perth's motorcycling community on whether kiddie patdowns are necessary.

    I'm for it, if the alarm beeps, I'm happy to make sure that the only explosive device on my child is her bum.
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    Yes - it ensures safety
    85.19%
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    No - it's an unnecessary invasion of privacy
    14.81%
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    Originally posted by vk6hgr
    My Hyosung couldn't do that speed if it was dropped in from orbit.

  • #2
    I dont see a problem. If the parent is there and superviseing.

    Even things like the chemical swabs to test for explosives is fine. Takes 30 seconds and your on your way.

    Anyone boarding a plane of long distance train is subject to the security and regulations.
    A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no match for me at kick boxing.

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    • #3
      If alarm bells are rung then go for it.

      This:

      "Terrorists are willing to manipulate societal norms to evade detection".

      Read more: Transportation Security Administration officers give eight-month baby pat-down | News.com.au
      BREAKING NEWS!!! The Pity Train has just derailed at the intersection of Suck It Up & Move On, and crashed into We All Have Problems, before coming to a complete stop at Get Over It. Any complaints about how I operate, can be forwarded to 1-800-waa-wah with Dr. Sniffle reporting LIVE from Quitchur Bitchin!!!

      I wonder what this is?

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      • #4
        Be paranoid! That 2 year old could explode and kill us all!
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        • #5
          Absolutely... If kids weren't screened then every terrorist in the world would be hiding explosives in nappies... It's common sense.

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          • #6
            I know I was hiding explosives in my nappies until mum made me wear pants... Fun times...
            That bitch took my dollar...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BenG View Post
              Absolutely... If kids weren't screened then every terrorist in the world would be hiding explosives in nappies... It's common sense.
              Time to design a plastic explosive that is gooey brown and smells like shit.

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              • #8
                Kids about to embark on planes should be treated like any other potentially explosive device...cordoned off then destroyed remotely by a bomb disposal robot.

                Their parents too, just to make sure.

                /adores kids on planes, I really do.
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                • #9
                  Considering the younger kids that followed Osama bin Laden..........i can just imagine some youngsters tying themselves up with bombs and boarding a plane to take over their "hero" they looked up to.

                  I'd rather know that they take security seriously, including kids.

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                  • #10
                    Was reading that there was a 12 year old suicide bomber let off a bomb in afghanistan yesterday or day before.
                    If they use 12 year olds, no reason they wouldn't use babies.

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                    • #11
                      Public education (I know that sounds like an oxymoron) would help. There was a recent case in the U.S.A. of a 4 or 5 year old being patted down and she was upset not knowing what she had done wrong. In that case the parent should have made the child aware of what was going to occur or least offered to have a pat down to reassure the sprog.
                      They hung a sign up in our town "If you live it up, you won't live it down"-Tom Waits

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                      • #12
                        A bullet fired by a child is just as effective as one fired by a man.

                        Wouldn't be the first time children have been exploited by sick twisted minds of adults

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                        • #13
                          ^^^Ah, the old gun or bomb in the pram scenario, circa Belfast early eighties.
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                          • #14
                            how the worm turns.

                            Yesterday we were all outraged at an 11 year old getting shot for throwing a rock at a car.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Barfridge View Post
                              /adores kids on planes, I really do.
                              Me too...
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