August 16, 2006, - 2:22 pm

Snakes on a Plane True Stories: More Evidence that Post 9/11 Security Fails

By Debbie Schlussel
In anticipation of “Snakes on a Plane‘s” Friday debut in theaters (I’m seeing it, Thursday Night, and will post my review right after), reader Maxim Lott has a site with several true stories–all after 9/11 and fairly recent–of snakes on planes, “Snakes on a Plane . . . In Real Life.
Scary. If snakes can get through security well after 9/11, what else can? Snakes–and items placed inside them for nefarious purposes–can be used for terrorist attacks.

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Did you notice that one of the 4 stories was actually a legless lizard and not a snake?

Descent on August 16, 2006 at 4:06 pm

Given how we’re the fighting the War against Islamofascism – oops! Terror – there’s a better chance snakes will get aboard than Debbie Schlussel’s deodorant. That’s the thing that will be banned. The joke is we’re not focusing on the PEOPLE responsible on the mayhem – or ferreting them out. Yesterday, Debbie posted a report of how they’re planning to profile Muslim suspects in the UK. And we’re still bending over backwards, five years after 9/11 happened, to be sensitive to the Religion Of Peace. TM Uh huh. Snakes may be the threat we least have to worry about when we’re flying in the future.

NormanF on August 16, 2006 at 10:43 pm

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