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Sunday…. 27 December 2009

Posted by marisacat in 2008 Election, 2010 Mid Terms, 2012 Re Election, AFRICOM, DC Politics, Democrats, Inconvenient Voice of the Voter, Lie Down Fall Down Dems, WAR!.
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A Russian eagle owl, the world’s largest owl species, which can weigh in at over 4kg, with a wingspan of up to two metres   [Denis Sinyakov / Reuters]

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The last graphs from one of the many articles in the UK press… (not sure I can face the domestic reports East of the Rockies, not just yet).

So, what did Santa bring the world other than WAR! ?

[T]he nigerian connection: Al-Qa’ida gaining strength in formerly moderate West Africa

 If the attempt to obliterate Northwest Airlines flight 253 came as a shock for the United States in the middle of its Christmas holiday, the suggestion that the would-be bomber came from West Africa via al-Qa’ida should not have been a complete surprise.

More than eight years after the 11 September attacks, the United States is still aware of the significance of al-Qa’ida, but the group has appeared less of a clear and present danger as the years have passed. However, less than a week before the Nigerian student Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab boarded his flight to Detroit, The Washington Post had warned, grimly and prominently, of a new source of concern from the terror group.

 An article warning of “worrying signs” that al-Qa’ida sympathisers were bringing “a violent brand of Islam to moderate parts of West Africa” catalogued a series of attacks in recent months that have accentuated fears that a group, mainly of Algerians, were threatening to radicalise areas where Muslims were in the majority. Al-Qa’ida in the Islamic Maghreb (Aqim) was held responsible for the execution of the Briton Edwin Dyer and an army colonel in Mali, the killing of an American teacher and a suicide bombing in Mauritania, as well as the kidnapping of two Canadian diplomats in Niger. The recent arrest of three Malian al-Qa’ida suspects in Ghana, over claims that they were conspiring to smuggle South American cocaine through Africa, can be added to evidence that terrorists are taking advantage of disease, poverty, a disenchantment with authority and breakdown of the rule of law in large areas. While Western intelligence services have focused on the growing terrorist threat from East Africa, some of the most dangerous groups have been prospering on the other side of the continent.

 Mali has become the centre of al-Qa’ida activity since the group arrived from the north in 2007. The extremist Algerians who made up the Salafist Group for Preaching and Jihad settled in the Malian desert and quickly renamed themselves Aqim. The West African wing of al-Qa’ida has been accused of gun-running, kidnapping, murder and now, for the first time, involvement in the drugs trade.

Intelligence analysts also maintain that Aqim has been seeking new recruits in large, “ungovernable” swathes of nation-states – many of which have large Muslim populations – mimicking al-Qa’ida in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

 Encouraged by CIA warnings over the growing threat posed by the region, the US has diverted some $500m (£313m) to bolster the counter-terrorism capabilities of 10 countries – although some critics have complained that the effort has not produced lasting results so far.

 The near-miss experienced over Detroit last week offered a chilling reminder that al-Qa’ida has not gone away but, in fact, has spread its tentacles far beyond its original base. The Americans and their allies in West African governments will be under intense pressure to turn the tide and prove that they are winning the battle.

 Grab a gun or a Molotov cocktail… or, hey!, a rocket launcher and join in:  Blessed are the Peace Prize winners. 

Arms dealers the world over are standing and cheering…  as we live in a hideous cartoon.

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1. BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

I missed the thread change. My .02 (spell checked even!)
on the Detroit OMG story as it develops …

Everybody is on board!

About sums it up. Who’s runnin this multi-level marketing pitch this time, anyway? Who’s got the mic at this success story session?
Eric Prince’s in laws of Amway? The Levin Bros. patrons?

About the only thing that WASN’T on board that Detroit flight before it left the Netherlands was the Hague.

Better situated than Chi even, Detroit figures big in the NWO on so many levels:

The crushing of the labor movement, the largest concentration of an Arab / Muslim American community in the U.S., key land and sea trade transit with Canada in the virtual center of both countries, cheaaaaaaap real estate thanks to the combined destruction of so many efforts…Right down to ushering constraints against cash and carry small retail.

Not to mention what an OMG story can do to bolster War as the Answer for the Michigan Delegation…Frankly, in a state totally_fuckin_crushed by the NWO /GWOT, it provides cover to the Levins and Granholm as much as it does the likes of Bachman and Stupak.

I’d have an easier time believing that Rudolf, Donner, and Blitzen got sucked into those Detroit bound jet engines after Santa veered of course, duped by the son of a Nigerian Banker’s EMAIL.

Given where we’re at …..aside from guys from Langley or Benning, you could have couple of Prince’s guys in first class shouting “Fire” , doin the minor Hot Pants on some profiled poor sap who never knew what him. And the same ops backslap up a helpful genuine bystander to the cameras..

I don’t believe a word of it.

Talk about rich: 12/25 . It’s the new 9/11.

BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

NOT TO MENTION how this ablates the British
Parliament’s Iraq Inquiry into the Runup to the Iraq War just as it gets underway..

U.S. news media , flat out, is nothing more than American and Israeli Fascist propaganda. A trickle of truth here or there, that’s how propoganda works, but otherwise , depending on it is like using a chain link colander at sea to capture rain water, and about as useful for filtering one’s own piss to drink at that….

marisacat - 27 December 2009

NOT TO MENTION how this ablates the British
Parliament’s Iraq Inquiry into the Runup to the Iraq War just as it gets underway..

Yes that was due to go forward in January iirc…………

2. BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

FP of the DFP:

Security expert urges body scans

Had the suspect in Friday’s terrorist attempt walked through what’s known as a backscatter machine, ….
Illustrative link

security screeners would have would have gotten an eyeful of his virtually nude body — as well as the explosive ingredient he allegedly had strapped to his body, an airline security expert said.

Ooo. An airline_security_expert.
Why not just stick a finger up the arse?
What’s next? Colonoscopies?

Perhaps even a dual purpose peripheral for the convenience of the home computer user booking travel online.
I mean, really-
Why wait to discover intent at the airport?
With full colo-rectal scanning capabilities, “The Gerbil” as it might be called, could suppositorially supplant the “mouse” in ferreting out – hey why not – ram a whole zoo up there – as astool in the War on Error…

Golly. Once the experts are able to calibrate the readings, separating discomfit over its use and a normal booking disaster from discomfort and anxiety associated with booking a trrrst disaster….
all will be well.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

Fortunately the body scanners are hideously expensve.

BEFORE 9/11, in 1998… I paid cash for a short plane trip I took to a conference, not for work, for myself. Bought the ticket at a small United office inthe Center downtown I worked in, rt ticket, two night stay… I had a Freq Flyer card with United, the miles were registered on it, I had my passport and several credit cards with me…….

At SFO I was stopped at the ticket counter check-in and had to take my small but too heavy for me suitcase over to a special scanner that ONLY United used at the time, they had 4 dotted around the country. Had to lift it up to the movable bed of the machine, get it myself at the other end then get back in line for the damned check in… with some special mark allowing my luggage t fly in the hold.

Last damned United flight I ever took.

3. BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

LOL
Time for some Year’s end laughingstock before I skedaddle.

In the latest poll available, (it came out when the radar was down here,) It’s quite remarkable how Dana Houle has been working his magic running Etenza’s campaign in the Dem Minnesota primary….

Since declaring he was going to take Michele Bachman down by managing Elwood Tinklinberg’s campaign, ( Tinklenberg dropped out three weeks later last July … ah~ good times- ) and since he THAT didn’t work out and all…

AND SINCE he found another nipple milking Next Guvnah™ Mike Etenza’s campaign….

Yeh. Well. Etetnza’s bid is now accruing all of the benefits of having Houle run the show…At last glance, after Dana getting paid for 6 months, Etenza is polling at………..6 percent.

In fairness, it’s obvious what’s goin on here, tho… :wink:
– That, if given , Oh- somethin like
EIGHT AND A HALF YEARS
Houle will singlehandedly be able to draw in a 100% of the electorate with his 1% a Month Strategy.

4. marisacat - 27 December 2009

In case you ever wondered WHY Van Gogh drank to excess then slashed at his ear

[B]ailey assembled his evidence partly from close study of van Gogh’s Still Life: Drawing Board with Onions. The work was completed at the beginning of 1889, just a month after his injury. It will be the star painting at a new exhibition opening in January at the Royal Academy around the theme of van Gogh and his letters.

It includes an envelope on a table. Bailey examined it microscopically and found the number 67 inside a circle. This was the official mark of a post office in Place des Abbesses, close to the apartment in Montmartre occupied by Theo, an art dealer who regularly provided money for Vincent.

The envelope has a special frank mark that says “New Year’s Day”. The Paris postal museum confirmed that in the second half of the 19th century such a mark was put on envelopes from mid-December onwards.

Bailey believes van Gogh deliberately put the envelope in the painting because of its deep significance.
…………

5. marisacat - 27 December 2009

Janet Nap on ABC .. spinning fast from, where else, San Francisco.

Not doing too well either…. she says everyone did what they were supposed to do.

Earlier I caught the guy who tackled him declaring this was a “planned plot” and he is “al Qaida”.
:lol: Put a bow on it, ready for presentation!!

marisacat - 27 December 2009

Gibbs doing as badly. Looks like the Alabama boy took a walk on Bond St… pin stripe suit, lavender tie.

Tapper is a little more combative than Stephie… maybe they keep him…
:roll:

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

missed it, but find it interesting they are trying out Tapper. The Obites will NOT be happy if he gets the job.
:)

marisacat - 27 December 2009

He was a lot more awake and less deferential than Steph. Here’s hoping.

BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

LOL. I’m catching a rerun of the MTP Gibbs…
The 90,000 Watt Teleprompter visible in the reflection on his eyewear. I mean freaky deeky visible. Like a blinding rectangular light beams emanating FROM his pupils. Like matching blotter sized UFO’s just hovering right there on the fucker’s peepers. Jeezis.
I missed 90% of his TPM recital LMAO at the phenomena.

At least his other appearance today with Tapper was in the studio at ABC.

With the MTP tho, David Gregory was softballing in questions from some NBC studio in ole Kentuck where he was on vaca with the fam….but Gibbs – from the new WH Press Briefing Room obviously bereft of staff who were smart enough to roll to Hawaii….Fuck, Gibbs looked he was broadcasting a plea as some last human hostage held on Planet Claire… A Highly recommended double take if you get a rerun on the West Coast…

6. Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

While complaining about the whole taking-your-shoes-off business in airport security lines, I used to joke that it was a good thing that nobody tried to blow up a plane with explosives hidden in their underwear.

It’s only a matter of time before they make us take off our bras.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

Umar to the rescue! In his Islamist panties!

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

didn’t they ask women to not use underwires for a while after 911?

The mass hysteria blends together after a while.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

hey did… the density of the wire material set things off… i’d forgotten that

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

Yes, I think it did. I remember reading outraged reports of women being asked to lift their shirts up.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

They’ve made everyone a suspect… very conscious on their part, too… IMO.

Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

But notice that the inconvenience is only pushed so far. They want people rattled enough to be conscious of some vague “terrorist” threat, but not so fearful or annoyed that they stop air travel altogether.

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

yup, more of that Security Theater

Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

I don’t recall that, but I do remember them confiscating knitting needles and manicure scissors. As if anyone is going to take over an airliner with weapons like those.

catnip - 27 December 2009

Yes. Beware the low-hanging boobage at airports now.

7. marisacat - 27 December 2009

Tisdale of the Guardian is on board…. and proves that government functionaries, regardless fo party, multitask excellently. Terra everywhere. And they will fight it everywhere…………………….

[D]espite their Af-Pak focus, the US and allies such as Britain have not ignored the Yemen threat. In September, John Brennan, the White House counter-terrorism chief, travelled to Sana’a, and in an unusually strong statement, Barack Obama declared the security of Yemen to be “vital for the security of the United States”.

Since then, Washington has provided unspecified assistance to Yemeni and Saudi crackdowns on jihadi bases and Iranian-backed Shia rebels, amid unconfirmed reports that US special forces are in the country.

Two air strikes on al-Qaida strongholds in Yemen, the latest on Christmas Eve, reportedly killed up to 60 militants. It remains unclear whether these unusual operations were influenced by knowledge of a plot to blow up a US airliner…………………………………

8. brinn - 27 December 2009

Happy fucking “new” year, everyone! Same as it ever was….

Hope all of you are as well as can be, and I am so glad to see you back, Marisa!

marisacat - 27 December 2009

oh thanks brinn… I hope you and the boys are holding up……………………

brinn - 27 December 2009

Thanks, Marisa! Overall, we’re doing allright — as I tell everyone who asks that infuratingly insincere question “How are you?” (though I suppose 1 or 2 percent might actually mean it…):

“Ah, well, I can’t complain, actually I could but it would do any good so why bother!?”

That tends to get a smile outta most folks, and that gets me by. They boys are actually gone with their dad to his parents’ house until Tuesday….feels a little odd around here…many emotions and to top it off I have chest and sinus goo…oh, wait, I drifting into complaining! :)

NONE of that!

marisacat - 27 December 2009

oh I hope the congestion passes! What an irritation!

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

Happy back atcha brinn!

brinn - 27 December 2009

Working on it Madman — how’s you?

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

’bout the same, watching the passing theater of the absurd. Spending the weekend watching Doctor Who and Kung Fu episodes on DVD.

Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

Old Dr Who or New Dr Who?

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

BBC America was showing the last few of the newer Who yesterday.

Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

Yes, we were watching them avidly. I enjoyed “Waters of Mars” quite a bit, but found the first part of “The End of Time” less impressive – perhaps it’ll pick up steam in part two. But I must say that John Simm is doing a fantastic job of scenery-chewing (and turkey-chewing).

Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

Oh sorry, that was to be a reply to Madman re: Dr Who. I must have clicked on the wrong “reply” link. Still getting the hang of this new nested-comments thingy.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

Every once in a while WP just plops down a reply where ever, regardless of what the commenter did…

brinn - 27 December 2009

yep! keeps it fun, yeah?
8)

marisacat - 27 December 2009

oops… WP threw my link to a new post up a couple of comments..

So let me try again……………..

NEW

http://marisacat.wordpress.com/2009/12/27/still-the-weekend-2/

NEW POST (well, thread… )

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

John Simm is very entertaining in that part. Loved his performance in the brit version of Life on Mars.

brinn - 27 December 2009

the passing theatre of the absurd — never stops, does it? ;)

Wish there was a non-virtual way to all hang out — it’s a beautiful Sunday afternoon ’round here!

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

I know I’m already sick of the cold and snow up here.

9. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009
catnip - 27 December 2009

That’s racist…or something!

10. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009
11. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

torturing myself with the MSNBC repeat of Press the Meat. Wow, amazing how much stupid they can pack around one table.

Speaking of stupid: Lieberman: The United States Must Pre-Emptively Act In Yemen

MORE WAR, Wooooooo Hooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

You can never have enough war. So many people love it for so many different reasons. It has something for everyone! And it’s the gift that keeps on giving.

catnip - 27 December 2009

pre-emptively?

he’s a bit late to the parade, isn’t he?

12. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

TSA Making Flying More Miserable

This is mind-numbingly stupid. As Radley Balko notes, these measures “wouldn’t even have done anything to prevent the attempt over the weekend. The guy was in his seat when he tried to light the explosive device. And the passenger who confronted him got out of his seat to do it.”

We’re simply going to make people miserable for no apparent reason. There have been precisely three attempts over the last eight years to commit acts of terrorism aboard commercial aircraft. All of them clownishly inept and easily thwarted by the passengers. How many tens of thousands of flights have been incident free? And, yet, we’re going to make hundreds of thousands of people endure transcontinental flights without reading materials or the ability to use the restroom?

marisacat - 27 December 2009

I haven’t gotten to this one yet, reading the Schneier you linked to from Nov 9, really good article, thanks for linking…

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

I try to remember to catch up with him when crap like this happens. Lone voice of sanity (not that anyone is listening).

marisacat - 27 December 2009

He’s got a new post up… http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2009/12/separating_expl.html

And what sort of magical thinking is behind the rumored TSA rule about keeping passengers seated during the last hour of flight? Do we really think the terrorist won’t think of blowing up their improvised explosive devices during the first hour of flight?

For years I’ve been saying this:

Only two things have made flying safer [since 9/11]: the reinforcement of cockpit doors, and the fact that passengers know now to resist hijackers.
snip

13. BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

Breaking says MSNBC-
on same numbered flight in from Amsterdam!
Verbally Disruptive Passenger today!
Evidently deploying the old Potty Mouth in the Potty Trick.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

The Dutch will feel the brunt of our lash! Just as we did with Air France flights – to spite Chirac for daring to oppose us.

how dare the Dutch fuck up TWICE in the same holiday!

catnip - 27 December 2009

Bomb the Dutch! Hoo-ah.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

Breaking News from ABCNEWS.com:

Plane With Same Flight Number as Christmas Day Incident Lands at Detroit Airport, Requests Emergency Assistance [2:15 p.m.]

For more on this and other breaking news go to ABCNews.com: http://abcnews.go.com?nwltr=bn

BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

Major clusterfuck in Detroit AGAIN !
Now there saying – whoops! – maybe he was airsick in the john…
Gad forbid someone’s Uncle Merle has a remarkably loud mid-flight crap in the bathroom.

Time to roll out our own Mutual Fund –
“Paranoid Growth Select ” something or other….
I’m figurin for marketing materials ..as long as there’s an Eagle, with maybe a mountain or a seascape and a ..ya know..
the subtlety of a plane going down in flames in the logo, it’ll fly…

marisacat - 27 December 2009

toss in “Freedom” and “Standing Tall”…. and the poster s ready to go.

14. catnip - 27 December 2009

waves at brinn

brinn - 27 December 2009

hiyya there! :)

15. Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

I think we should take over Holland. And Belgium, too, while we’re at it. They have great beer and chocolate.

catnip - 27 December 2009

Yeah…but their lace is kind of French. I guess you could rename it Freedom Thread or something…

16. catnip - 27 December 2009

DETROIT — A passenger onboard the same Northwest Airlines flight that was attacked on Christmas Day was taken into custody in Detroit on Sunday after becoming verbally disruptive upon landing, officials said.

A law enforcement official said the man was Nigerian and had locked himself in the airliner’s bathroom. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing.

Verbal weapons of mass destruction.

BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

Nopenope. Now they’re calling it all off. Sorry!
Guy crappin in a bathroom with door closed .
But ~ Nigerian.
The Old Nigerian in the Bathroom Trick.

Here we go- –> Plexiglass crapper doors from here on out..
Saran wrap clothing mandatory in coach.
Bubble wrap upgrade available in First Class…

marisacat - 27 December 2009

I think they just put Ivana Trump off a flight. Or slappped her nose or soemthing. She took issue with noisy children… or soemthing.

Planes, no longer cattle cars… ABUSIVE and RESTRICTIVE cattle cars.

catnip - 27 December 2009

lol…next “security” measure: duct tape everybody’s mouth.

17. catnip - 27 December 2009

POLITICO Breaking News:
—————————————————–

According to a statement from White House spokesman Bill Burton, President Obama “was notified shortly after 9:00 a.m. Hawaiian time” of an incident regarding “an unruly passenger” on a flight arriving in Detroit today. From the statement: “The President stressed the importance of maintaining heightened security measures for all air travel and gave instructions to set up another secure teleconference briefing as soon as possible.”

This is really cutting into his gym time.

From Saturday:

HONOLULU — President Barack Obama’s security teams briefed the vacationing president on threats facing the United States and he directed that heightened airport security measures remain in place as officials investigate a failed terror attack aboard a Detroit-bound plane.

White House officials began their Saturday at 4 a.m. in Hawaii – 9 a.m. on the clock in Washington – to prepare with counterparts across the government a briefing for Obama. National Security Council chief of staff Denis McDonough in Hawaii, homeland security and counterterrorism adviser John Brennan and others in Washington spoke with Obama at 6:20 a.m. by secure telephone conference call at the first family’s rented vacation home.

The call lasted less than 15 minutes. Obama left immediately afterward for a trip to the gym.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

Initially they did not bother to clue him in for three hours. That got repeated around the world quite a bit…

catnip - 27 December 2009

3 hours? WTF did they have to talk about for 3 hours?

marisacat - 27 December 2009

Heavy lifting ”monitoring the situation”. HA! Fabricating tales… is my take.

18. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

Breaking News: latest disruption caused by a scary Nigerian spending too much time in the shitter!

catnip - 27 December 2009

Soon they’ll just start handing out Depends to make sure everybody stays in their seats the entire flight.

19. BooHooHooMan - 27 December 2009

O, I wish I was in the land of cotton
Old times there are not forgotten
Look away! Look away!
Look away! Dixie Land.
~ Jim Clyburn:

Clyburn: I never was sold on public option

House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.), one of the most influential congressional Democrats, said Sunday he never was on board with a robust public option in health care legislation – even though that’s long been a demand of the Democratic Party’s liberal base.

“I said

way back before we went out on the August break

that we ought to take a hard-look at this so-called robust public option that a lot of people had bought into, I never really bought into that,” Clyburn said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

Shovel that horseshit, Jim.

20. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009
marisacat - 27 December 2009

oh thanks for tht! off to read…. he was really ready with his lines on whatever show i caugt him on… reminded me of the captain of the ship in the Somali pirate situation earlier this year…

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

felt like a plant to me, but I’m paranoid and see plots everywhere now.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

wel shit:

[A]ll the media organizations found Schuringa’s company website, which had his cell phone number on it. By the time he finally got to Miami, his final destination, CNN and The New York Post had gotten to him.

Once the Post and CNN got through to Jasper, he handed over all negotiations to his friend who lives in Miami who he came to the U.S. to visit. His name is Shai Ben-Ami. He’s an Israeli guy who’s in the restaurant business, as a Google search would turn up. He owns some kind of Pick Up Stix imitator. Though their Orange Chicken sounds good about now……

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 December 2009

hmmmm, a MOSSAD plant.

21. Lucid - 27 December 2009

Hey kids. On my way home from Baltimore. Just passing through Philly at the moment. When iread the new guidelines on flying the first thing I suggested was the mandatory depends. So we’ll ban smoking from anything airplane related and replace it with an open sewer. Whoo hoo!

Happy holidays all.

marisacat - 27 December 2009

hey hey dear…

22. Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

Today’s issue, and subsequent arrest, characterized as a “non-serious incident”:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_airline_attack_arrest

On Sunday, the flight crew became concerned after the passenger became sick and spent about an hour locked in the bathroom, officials said.

You’ve heard about the offense of DWB (Driving While Black) – here’s an example of AWN (Airsick While Nigerian).

marisacat - 27 December 2009

well what is up I wonder?

I just heard today that the flight attendants have keys to the restrooms and if they think a passenger is in there too long, can over ride the lock and open the door.
:lol:

Heather-Rose Ryan - 27 December 2009

That would make sense, wouldn’t it! Maybe in this case they were afraid to do it without armed backup.

23. marisacat - 27 December 2009

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