A Bunny Battles the TSA

I'm not going to try to summarize this one.

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  • WTF||

    Arrest for failure to respect authoritah!

  • ||

    I love this part from the comments after the story.

    ---"This Bunny lady is a nutcase and TSA employees should not have to tolerate people putting hands on them."---

    This after she cleared security, where she was subject (but maybe not subjected) to a pat-down search. Passengers should not have to tolerate TSA personnel puttings hands on them.

  • Oudam||

    I thought it's kind of funny.

  • Spoonman.||

    I love stories where every participant is objectionable.

  • Almanian||

    +1 Confetti Egg

  • ||

    She's a god damn furry! Execute her!

  • Brett L||

    Good thing she isn't into dog costumes, she'd probably have been shot.

  • ||

    Brett L|4.6.11 @ 10:55AM|#

    Good thing she isn't into dog costumes, she'd probably definitely have been shot.


  • Tooway||

    This process can be engaged in a group, but you don’t want to influence anyone or be swayed by someone as you create your initial free-form dream list of goals.

  • Almanian||

    Forgot to post this earlier in Morning Links, so obnoxiously posting here and other random places to make up for it.


  • Almanian||

    more extreme than skydiving out of an exploding F-18 piloted by Charlie Sheen - while chugging a 2 liter of Mountain Dew

    Hells Yeah!

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    That dog almost got runned over. We should invade Chile.

  • The Police||

    So we can shoot it to save it? We concur.

  • Mensan||

    You have to kill it to save it. Or does that only apply to chickens in Maricopa County?

  • instruments in band||

    I hope he gets medical attention.

  • Banknytt||

    I hope the dog is okay.

  • Almanian||

    Exactly, Fist - I can't decided if I like the avoiding-the-dog or the-many-jumps parts the best!

  • ||

    I so want to play my cithara, and watch it burn...

  • Vermont Gun Owner||

    Thoughts on this topic:

    1) Shouldn't have been arrested for 'harassment'

    2) Was stupid to open the egg on the agent

    3) Disappointed in the type of bunny we got

  • ||

    I'm with you on all counts, especially No. 3.

  • ChicagoSucks||

    She should be in front of a Military Tribunal at Gitmo for the heinous crimes of:

    1. Having a sense of humor,
    2. Having fun,
    3. Trying to spread joy in the United States of Misery.

  • ||

    If we have fun, the terrorists win.

  • Cyto||

    I love the attitude of some people. From the comments:

    bobNYC at 9:45 AM April 06, 2011

    More police and court costs on taxpayers,all because loons like this are loose on the public.

    she needs to grow up, or have a guardian.

    I couldn't possible think of a better caricature of the exact opposite of everything I believe. The TSA agent should never be allowed to work with the public again. If you think "respect my authority" carries criminal penalties, you should never be allowed to wield any authority.

    Anyone of any stripe who would file criminal charges over a one-off confetti sprinkling needs their head examined. Anyone in the legal system who would seriously entertain such charges needs their position revoked. People need to get over themselves... Damn..

  • sevo||

    Well, his teacher told him the 1st Amendment reads:
    "Congress shall make no law except in the case of loons..."

  • ||

    Seriously. Do I think the chick's a little off her rocker? Sure. But when's the last time somebody like that did anything worse than make you roll your eyes and shake your head? I think your average cop or politician is the one who needs a guardian; they're the ones who can REALLY fuck up your life.

  • ||

    A lot off her rocker. But the TSA agent had to one up her in the game of mental handicaps.

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    But...but...that egg could have been filled with Anthrax! or Metallica...or even MEGADETH!

  • ||


  • cap||

    Ok, I would hope the judge would ask her to demonstrate exactly what she did using the prosecuting attorney.

  • Not really, but...||

    ...serves her right for not just ignoring the agent since she was already through security. TSA had no business questioning her in that context.

  • ||

    a former traveling clown and community radio DJ
    a former traveling clown and community radio DJ
    a former traveling clown and community radio DJ
    a former traveling clown and community radio DJ
    a former traveling clown and community radio DJ


  • Federal Dog||

    The only real surprise is that she is not tenured faculty anywhere.

  • Mr Whipple®©™||

    That TSA agent needs a bottle of whiskey to help kill the bug that's up his ass.

  • Otto||

    Her ass - it was a female agent.

    And I'd say a whiskey enema would be more deserved than a drink...

  • ||

    Ethanol enemas can get you quite drunk. Something to keep in mind going into backyard party season.

  • ||

    Rules to keep drunken passengers in line shouldn't be applied to silly bunnies.

    If a birthday party clown dropping confetti on a TSA agent is "harassment", then is calling a TSA agent the son of a jackass whore considered giving away state secrets?

    Are the TSA agents in a union by the way? 'cause imagining that all us paying customers are just there for the TSA agent's convenience? Sounds like typical union mentality to me.

  • Mensan||

    "Are the TSA agents in a union by the way?"

    They are now.

  • ||

    It's hard to believe a unionized government employee would treat passengers like shit, but there you have it!

    If we had a government for the people and by the people? It wouldn't unleash unionized government employees in public places to treat people like shit.

  • ||

    Oh, and God knows I may never get another chance to post a No Bunny link, but just so you know?

    No Bunny Loves You!


  • Jeff P||

    We need a new Airplane! movie, if only for the scene where Rip Taylor recreates this event.

  • Andrew G||

    TSA agent or not, I think people should be able to go to work without crazy ladies dumping confetti on their head.

    Perhaps they are taking it too far now, but I would hope that if she did that in another setting she would be escorted out of the building by security if nothing else.

  • Gregory Smith||

    Call me crazy, but when I go to the airport I go to TRAVEL! I don't go to take off my clothes and reveal the fourth amendment written in my chest, I don't dress like a chicken to protest the TSA, so what the fuck? If the second amendment doesn't let me fly with my gun, how come the first amendment lets every wacko protest the TSA and inconvenience everyone else?

    I'm so sick of political correctness! Want to protest the TSA? Do it in Washington, join a Tea party, but don't inconvenience me when I fly! It's bad enough I have to stand in line, it's worse when the line gets longer thanks to some clown with a beef with the government.


  • GroundTruth||

    Sorry Gregory Smith @ 12:54, but I recall a conversation between Emerson and Thoreau when the former showed up to bail the later out of prison for civil disobedience:

    Emerson: "Thoreau, WHAT are you doing in prison?"
    Thoreau: "Emerson, what are you doing NOT in prison."

    Every time we don't take a stand, whether humor, civil disobedience, or just pushing back a bit against these goons, a little bit more in each of us dies. Or at least, that's how I feel when I don't take action.

    I'm sorry for you that your convenience is more important than your country.

    ... and ashamed that mine is too.

  • Citizen Nothing||

    Grego's Creed: Don't inconvenience me, bitches!

    Yeah. Pretty much what I'd expect.

  • Citizen Nothing||

    Oh, and Greg?

    You're crazy.

  • Gregory Smith||

    Crazy for freedom, you mean.

  • Gregory Smith||

    Tell me, how do you feel when the Critical Mass group in San Francisco closes the golden gate bridge for an hour while they protests cars? Should your right to protest interfere with my right to move along? Tell you what, give me your address and I'm going to show up to your house at 3 AM with a Mariachi Band, we're going to use the First Amendment to wake you and your neighbors up as my Mexican-Americans sing against illegal aliens and all those things I don't like. Deal?

  • ||

    ""Tell me, how do you feel when the Critical Mass group in San Francisco closes the golden gate bridge for an hour while they protests cars?""

    I don't see that as any different then when the President, or Pope comes to town.

  • Gregory Smith||

    Oh, so because the President and the Pope takes a crap does that mean everyone else should take a crap as well?

    And by the way, at least the President or the Pope announces when they're going to come to town and annoy everyone. Critical Mass fucks with everyone when they want without giving prior warning.

  • ||

    "" I don't dress like a chicken to protest the TSA,""

    And neither does the subject of the article, which I'm guessing you didn't read.

  • ||

    She wasn't protesting the TSA.

    She was using her bunny bit to try to lighten somebody up.

    If a silly children's birthday party bunny can't do that without being charged with a crime, then something's wrong.

    This reminds me of when Kwais--on his way back from fighting the terrorists in Afghanistan--got busted in the airport while changing flights in New York for having the gun he fights terrorists with...

    When New York City law enforcement starts charging the people who are fighting the War on Terror with violating their stupid gun laws? Something's wrong with New York City.

    When the TSA starts charging birthday party bunnies with crimes for acting like birthday party bunnies? Something is wrong with the TSA.

    Political correctness has nothing to do with it. That TSA agent should be charged with something if you ask me.

  • ||

    "That TSA agent should be charged with something if you ask me."

    If there isn't a law against arresting harmless people for doing something harmless, then there oughta be!

  • RyanXXX||

    Fuck you Greg. When I go to the airport, I go to witness pink furries causing mischief.

    She should have dressed like a monkey and flung feces at that bitch

  • Gregory Smith||

    Flinging feces is assault, my criminal-loving friend.

  • Rrabbit||

    Assault with a deadly confetti weapon!

  • ||

    Baul says that she then gave the agent a closer look at one of the eggs, by breaking it over the woman's head.

    "I put it over her head," said Baul. "I did't think anything of it."

    They have medication for this, I think. Intentionally putting objects into contact onto another person's body is coercion, whether we're talking about snowballs or confetti.

    I just hope there are pictures of the bunny lady in cuffs.

  • Citizen Nothing||

    "Intentionally putting objects into contact onto another person's body is coercion, whether we're talking about snowballs or confetti."
    That's hilarious. Thanks, Tulpa spoofer!


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