Skip to comments.TSA Computer Screen-saver is Cavity Search Cartoon (Photo)
Posted on 11/22/2010 11:17:31 AM PST by OneVike
Sorry for the huge image, but I wanted everyone to be able to see this photo taken of a TSA computer behind security glass at an airport. Notice the screen saver that is being used on the computer. These people are so arrogant they even have cavity search screen savers.
Ok, OK, yes I would.
Check out this TSA computer screen saver. It is a photo of a kid with security personal and the screen says in bold letters, Cavity Search really, you need to see it to believe it........
This was floating around last week and was widely acknowledged to be a parody with the “screen saver” photoshopped into the picture.
We need the double face-palm picture for this one.
That’s a joke photoshop picture, not a real picture of a TSA computer.
That’s not a screen saver. It’s a training program.
I wonder if these Nazis wear their uniforms while riding their bus or rail to work. I doubt most have cars, except for the occasional hoopty......I bet not. Too chicken shit to get out in full-dress in front of us where they don’t have a complicit local police force.
This isn’t going to end well....Their terrorism excuse for abuse is not going to work. Power abusing Nazis, all.
OK, but it still hits the mark.
That cartoon is new, only made by the cartoonist in the last few weeks.
Desktop picture (or wallpaper) ... not screen saver.
OK, OK, I already screwed up by claiming it to be real, now you want to tell me it’s not a screen saver.
How do you know is wasn’t just paused for a moment?
It’s a Joke, I get it.
Sorry ... didn’t mean to pile on there.
Thanks for the ping!
Ahh it’s nothing but a thing.
I did not mean to come off so harsh. Sorry.
I really find the whole thing funny.
Because there are desktop icons on top of the wall paper.
Not trying to pile on. Just an FYI.
Good point. I missed that. you are right it’s wallpaper, not a screen saver
Even if it’s real, it could just be a TSA guy who doesn’t like the new policies either.
OTOH, if true it bodes poorly for the people doing IT for the TSA. You DO NOT allow users to change their backgrounds or screen savers when they work in public places. At the very least they should be restricted to an allowed set of them.
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