Thursday, October 16, 2008

Security Measures to be Revised

A $100 permit and microchip implant for iguana identification? Too many iguanas? Iguanas grow to be 6 feet long? May live 20 years? Terrorist iguanas?

Never mind iguanas. Forget it. Just take off your shoes and don’t bring too much shampoo or shaving lotion to the airport. Is your pen poison? Are you a little weird in the lips, oddly dressed, say a suit and tie? Well, stand by. No micro chips yet, but we hired a few thousand donkeys at the airports to search our “iguana” for weapons of mass eruption, fondling our parts and bags, dipping into the nothing they so dearly love. Heaven help your orange for lunch. Have a pretzel, a plastic glass of coke. No iguanas on the plane. We double fine iguanas and no gum.

A seemingly innocent man in blue suit, black shoes and unmatched white socks attempted to leave his spearmint gum on the wall just outside the security gate at the Albuquerque Airport. Cameras caught his disguised calmness and his thumb pressing the gum into white paint. He was taken into custody and sent to Guantanamo.

Another passenger, Mrs. Emilia Gorman switched flights after her flight was canceled in Detroit. She was taken into custody because the print sheet of her boarding pass had two flight numbers. A housewife from Grafton, New York was ordered held without bail for transporting an illegal substance, but released after authorities revealed the container held her husband's ashes, which she intended to toss, as per her husband's instructions, to the sea lions in Northern California.

Hints of retraining security at airports are in the wind. A more hyperactive machine is in the offing. The new device is said to detect penis movement and other unmentionable activity that flags irregular and dangerous behavior.

Cockroach detection is an issue. Instant microchipping for large palmetto bugs with detonation devices applied up to fifteen miles are a serious threat. A Washington news correspondent was quickly censored for suggesting cockroaches are bank products and that some eat parts of Iraq and New Orleans. He asserted that some cockroaches are asked to run for office.

Micro chipping cockroaches will come before the Senate for a vote in the near future. Iguana Rights Activists have requested a hearing at the Washington Monument.

1 Comments:

At October 16, 2008 at 11:40 AM , Blogger Frank said...

MOST OF THE HEARINGS ARE A FACADE FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED, WHO HAVE THEIR OWN LOBBYING ORGANIZATION CALLED 'TURN A BLINDEYE' (TAB). THEY HAVE BEEN SEEN LOBBYING FOR GOVERNMENT PORK IN THE NEW BAILOUT PACKAGE AND WANT EQUAL DIBS ALONG THE SAME PORK PATH AS THE WOODEN ARROW LOBBYING GROUP!

 

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