TSA failure: Investigators able to smuggle weapons past airport checks in 95 percent of tests

In internal investigation of the Transportation Security Administration revealed security failures at dozens of the nation’s busiest airports, where undercover investigators were able to smuggle mock explosives or banned weapons through checkpoints in 95 percent of trials, ABC News learned exclusively.

The series of tests were conducted by Homeland Security Red Teams who pose as passengers, setting out to beat the system.

According to officials briefed on the results of a recent Homeland Security Inspector General’s report, TSA agents failed 67 out of 70 tests, with Red Team members repeatedly able to get potential weapons through checkpoints.

In one test an undercover agent was stopped after setting off an alarm at a magnetometer, but TSA screeners failed to detect a fake explosive device that was taped to his back during a follow-on pat down.

Yeah… avoid these.

I understand the need for a gimmick chip that’s going to generate social media buzz and get people talking. It’s simple Marketing 101. But at least create a flavor that people might enjoy. The Japanese come up with crazy chips that make you go “Huh?!” at first, but then when you taste them, it’s nothing but “Mmmmm”. Follow their lead.

Boo to you, Chad Scott.

Want to feel like Donald Trump, if he was doing his own menial scrubbing?

4 Absurdly Expensive Versions of Products For Filthy Jobs

#3. A $1,175 Gold-Plated Toilet Brush

The people who buy this are essentially buying it for their housekeepers, which is the most extravagant gift a person can give a housekeeper besides the millions in child support they’ll fork over after they plow the housekeeper. Who is the vapid, soulless creature who needs to tuck a $1,175 fuzzy shit stick within the shadow of their toilet to feel good about themselves? When they’re feeling down and life isn’t giving them a break they can pay their way out of, do they think about how they are the owners of a golden shit wand and then smile?

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Her are the interior photos for the home priced $50-$70k with possible savings of $20k if you remove most of the basic components.  

You will notice that the shower is a normal shell from Home Depot, the fridge is for sale at Target, the washing machine is only a washer with no drying capabilities (I would rather have a washer/dryer unite than the fume hood), they’ve added an additional mini freezer (what is the thing below the toaster oven?), where is a microwave? ( or a Breville Smart Oven), and the couch is built into the unit.  I have no idea how removing those items could save you $20K.  

This is why you should never sell a car to Nicki Minaj

Let’s start by saying this creative expression has nothing to do with breast cancer awareness month or any other moral cause. No, rapper Nicki Minaj painted her $400,000 Lamborghini Aventador (and its Forgiato wheels) her trademark shade of pink because it’s, like, totally blazin’, or something — and it goes with her pink Bentley and […]

Oh my dear lord I think I’m gonna vomit……


When the Le Volume De Chanel was introduced i was wary about the hype surrounding it, it honestly sounded too good to be true, but after reading the positive reviews (4.2/5 on makeupally) I decided to bite the bullet and buy it.

I can safely say this is one of the worst mascaras i have ever used, it is clumpy on the first application, it’s texture is thick and super wet, the finished look is, i joke you not, spider lashes.

I did not pay a large sum of money to end up with  four lashes per eye! This stuff is terrible! when I was doing my research, all I found was positive reviews, in reality it is horrible, utterly, utterly horrible!

If you like the look of super thick, clumpy spider lashes then this product is for you. The worst part is even when you clean the brush to get rid of the excess product it still clumps and looks an utter mess.