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TSA to allow for advertisements at security checkpoints...

by shawnlin / January 3, 2007 11:12 PM PST
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Your right!
by Dirty Pirate / January 3, 2007 11:16 PM PST

This does come into the realm of Ya Gotta Be Kidding Me!
Almost as bad as sports... if there is 1 square inch of field available... someone, somewhere will put a billboard on it.

Don't they have better things to do? It is not like banning liquids brought the terrorists to their knees or anything. If anything it just made them more thirsty.

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(NT) this camera-check brought to you by Kodak! ;-P
by shawnlin / January 4, 2007 12:39 AM PST
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Thats funny!
by Dirty Pirate / January 4, 2007 2:24 AM PST

Just chocked out my banger when I read that!

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:) and that was just a G-rated example...
by shawnlin / January 4, 2007 3:07 AM PST
In reply to: Thats funny!

I'd rather not imagine what PG-13 or above stuff would be like...

the whole advertisement industry just makes me shake my head...

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zoned out...

Finally! Some entertainment to watch - even if it's ads, b/c sometimes those lines can be long and hectic. However, I am I suppose to pay attention to the Security Guards screaming at me with their demands while I'm too focused on the Geico commercials.

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Thirsty? Grab an ice-cold bottle of Aquafina...
by sleepwalkers / January 4, 2007 4:33 AM PST

...Pepsi Co. is not responsible for any injuries incurred while trying to carry product through security.
Will they allow advertisements for things they won't let you take through? Liquids, nail clippers, crap like that.
Or have ads from Smith and Wesson?

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RE: "As long as"
by caktus / January 4, 2007 5:28 AM PST

"the advertising does not distract passengers from security"

Now just what do they expect!

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