Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Feds lied?

You don't say! The Feds said the scanners weren't capable of storing pictures. They, err, lied. Turns out the Feds are storing your nudie pics that they make when you go thru the full-body scanner at some courthouses. Which is pervy enough when talking about grown adults, but when you're talking about children, it's child pornography and, err, quite, quite, quite illegal under the laws of pretty much every nation other than maybe Japan...

-- Badtux the "If it's a U.S. security agency, it's lying" Penguin


  1. I've never figured out why anyone would be interested in seeing a naked child. Those that are must be pretty sick.

  2. Yeppers, you nailed our Homeland Security apparatus big-time there, BBC.

    -- Badtux the "Even a stopped clock is right twice a day" Penguin

  3. Don't forget Thailand.

    Uh -- the Rev Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, aka Lewis Carroll was a photographer of naked chidren. He's be in prison, were he alive.

    On the other hand, though, if anyone gets a kick from ogling my wrinkly ball sack, all I want is a cut of the take.

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  5. Seems someone would bring suit.
    Getting the proof might be harder than you think.


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