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New rules keep passengers in seats!
December 26, 2009
11:41 pm
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Another stupid solution to make millions of people pee in their pants for the one in 50 million, that got something through a failed security system. How does this cure any problem that allowed the fool to sneek explosives aboard the plane yesterday?

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By JOAN LOWY, Associated Press Writer Joan Lowy, Associated Press Writer – 1 hr 44 mins ago
WASHINGTON – Some airlines were telling passengers on Saturday that new government security regulations prohibit them from leaving their seats beginning an hour before landing

The regulations are a response to a suspected terrorism incident on Christmas Day.

Air Canada said in a statement that new rules imposed by the Transportation Security Administration limit on-board activities by passengers and crew in U.S. airspace. The airline said that during the final hour of flight passengers must remain seated. They won't be allowed access to carryon baggage or to have any items on their laps.

Flight attendants on some domestic flights are informing passengers of similar rules. Passengers on a flight from New York to Tampa Saturday morning were also told they must remain in their seats and couldn't have items in their laps, including laptops and pillows.

The TSA issued a security directive for U.S.-bound flights from overseas, according to a transportation security official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to speak publicly.

The official said passengers traveling internationally could see increased security screening at gates and when they check their bags, as well as additional measures on flights such as stowing carryons and personal items before the plane lands.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said in a statement Saturday that passengers flying to the U.S. from overseas may notice extra security, but she said the measures "are designed to be unpredictable, so passengers should not expect to see the same thing everywhere."

A Nigerian passenger on a Northwest Airlines flight from Amsterdam allegedly attempted to start a fire as the plane prepared to land in Detroit on Friday, according to authorities. The incident has sparked a major international terrorism investigation.

Air Canada said it was limiting passengers to one carryon bag in response to a request from the U.S. and Canadian governments.

The airline advised U.S.-bound passengers to restrict their carryon item to "the absolute minimum" or to not carry any bag on board at all.

"Carriage of any carryon item will result in lengthy security delays for the customer," the airline said.

U.S.-bound flights on all airlines are experiencing significant delays, said Duncan Dee, Air Canada's executive vice president and chief operating officer.

A spokeswoman with Infraero, a Brazilian government agency that oversees airport infrastructure, said that airlines had been asked by federal authorities to add another layer of security for international flights originating in the country after the attempted attack in the U.S.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because she was not authorized to discuss the matter, said that passengers would face an extra screening that would take place just before they boarded planes. She would give no more details, citing security concerns.

David Castelveter, a spokesman for the Air Transport Association, said the domestic airline industry has been in close coordination with the security administration since Friday's incident and there will be increased scrutiny of passengers. He declined to comment on whether new regulations have been put in place.

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Associated Press writers Eileen Sullivan in Washington and Bradley Brooks in Rio de Janeiro contributed to this report.

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January 5, 2010
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It doesn't Greeney2. Just another infringement on civil liberties..a very basic one at that....Bet my ass to a dollar that they won't cover the cleaning bills of the person with a weak bladder...in fact I'll bet the Airlines would charge the passenger for the clean up costs.

I am waiting for the media to jump all over this when such a thing happens in fact....it's only a matter of time. Keep watching. 😛

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January 5, 2010
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They can try all they want, but if I've gotta get up I'm gettin' up.

War is an extension of economics and diplomacy through other means.

Economics and diplomacy are methods of securing resources used by humans.

Securing resources is the one necessary behavior for all living things.

War = Life

January 5, 2010
12:32 pm
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"Wing-Zero" wrote: They can try all they want, but if I've gotta get up I'm gettin' up.

That's how I feel too. Goodness knows what they'll do with those that need to pee. I wouldn't stop for anything.
Isn't it about time people stood up to this s**t?

January 5, 2010
1:24 pm
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That´s why we need to organize people, show them who will rule this pathetic world soon.
Where basic liberties and personal liberties are allowed at anytime aslong as you don´t hurt anyone else. 👿 😈

Truth doesn´t control you, you control it...

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