5 minute limit in the restroom

From now on, everyone will only be allowed to remain in a public restroom for 5 minutes maximum. Anyone who stays in any restroom for more than 5 minutes will be listed as terrorists and shot to death upon leaving the restroom. Always be sure to set a timer on your cellphone when you enter any public restroom, or face the consequences. This law has gone into effect and will be enforced immediately.
Beginning January 1, 2012, everyone staying in ANY room containing a toilet, including bathrooms at home, will be limited to no more than 5 minutes. The government will require all bathrooms in every home and business MUST have a video camera in their bathroom, connected by the internet to the FBI. Anyone who does NOT install a camera by that date, will be shot and killed BEFORE they enter the bathroom.
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On Sep 12, 4:40am, Ex-AA.CULT.member# snipped-for-privacy@myplace.com wrote:

although this is a troll post bathroom changes are coming.
all new or remoldeled homes will require a male urinal in each one.
the nreason a urinal saves water, the flush can be well under a quart and may be lower.......
this will save much water and sewer bills:)
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On 9/12/2011 7:09 AM, bob haller wrote:

Where did you possibly come up with that information which I don't believe to be true?
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wrote:

More 9/11 panic
http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_18873515
Long stay in restroom alarms flight crew on Detroit flight from Denver
By Joey Bunch The Denver Post Posted: 09/11/2011 04:15:02 PM MDT Updated: 09/11/2011 06:57:21 PM MDT
Security checks out a Frontier Airlines plane on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011 at Detroit's Metropolitan Airport. Police detained three passengers in Detroit after the crew of the Frontier Airlines flight from Denver reported suspicious activity on board and NORAD officials sent two F-16 jets to shadow the flight until it landed safely, the airline and federal officials said. Frontier Flight 623, with 116 passengers on board, landed without incident in Detroit after the crew reported that two people were spending "an extraordinarily long time" in a bathroom, Frontier spokesman Peter Kowalchuck said. (Detroit News | Elizabeth Conley)
A flight from Denver to Detroit was followed by F-16 fighters and then met by police and bomb-sniffing dogs this afternoon after two people stayed too long in an airplane lavratory.
Nothing was found, but three people were taken into custody for questioning and, eventually, the other 113 passengers aboard Frontier Flight 623 were able to collect their carry-on bags during a day of high anxiety over the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
None of the three had been arrested, according to TSA.
The flight from Denver International Airport to Metropolitan Wayne County Airport was directed to a remote part of the airfield to be evacuated and searched by dogs for explosives, authorities said.
"These cops come in SWAT gear and machine guns, and they made us put our hands on the head rest in front (of each passenger) and they went through and arrested three different people," passenger Tim Taggart of Denver told 9News.
Frontier issued a written statement saying the two people were "spending an extraordinarily long time in the lavatory," and referred all other questions to law enforcement agencies.
Spokespeople for the airport and the Transportation Security Administration did not say how long was too long.
TSA issued a statement that the reaction the incident was "out of an abundance of caution."
The people detained have not been named, and it is not clear whether they boarded in Denver or in San Diego, where the flight originated this morning.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command, based at Peterson Air Force Base in El Paso County, had scrambled two F-16 jets to shadow the flight until it landed.
NORAD spokesman John Cornelio said that for "operational security reasons" he could not say where the F-16s were scrambled or how many were on duty Sunday.
Two fighter jets also escorted a Los Angeles-to-New York American Airlines flight this morning after three passengers locked themselves in a bathroom.
Joey Bunch: 303-954-1174 or snipped-for-privacy@denverpost.com
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On 9/12/2011 4:32 PM, Ex-AA.CULT.member# snipped-for-privacy@myplace.com wrote:

Well, that is gonna put a damper on the membership drive for the Mile-High club....
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aemeijers wrote:

Who needs more than five minutes?
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About half.
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On 9/12/2011 3:32 PM, Ex-AA.CULT.member# snipped-for-privacy@myplace.com wrote:

And here's the first-person account of one of the suspects taken off the plane in handcuffs: a suburban housewife from Ohio.
"...My flight from Denver landed in Detroit on time. I sent a text message to my husband to let him know we had landed and I would be home by dinner. The plane stopped on the tarmac, seemingly waiting to have the gate cleared. We waited. I played on my phone, checking Facebook, scrolling through my Twitter feed. After a while of sitting there, I decided to call my husband to tell him the plane was being delayed and I would call him when I got off the plane.
Just as I hung up the phone, the captain came over the loudspeaker and announced that the airport authorities wanted to move the airplane to a different part of the airport. Must be a blocked gate or something, I thought. But then he said: Everyone remain in your seats or there will be consequences. Sounded serious. I looked out the window and saw a squadron of police cars following the plane, lights flashing. I turned to my neighbor, who happened to be an Indian man, in wonderment. What is going on? Others on the plane were remarking at the police as well. Getting a little uneasy, I decided the best thing for me to do was to tweet about the experience. If the plane was going to blow up, at least thered be some record on my part.
...Before I knew it, about 10 cops, some in what looked like military fatigues, were running toward the plane carrying the biggest machine guns I have ever seenbigger than what the guards carry at French train stations.
My last tweet: Majorly armed cops coming aboard
Someone shouted for us to place our hands on the seats in front of us, heads down. The cops ran down the aisle, stopped at my row and yelled at the three of us to get up. Can I bring my phone? I asked, of course. What a cliffhanger for my Twitter followers! No, one of the cops said, grabbing my arm a little harder than I would have liked. He slapped metal cuffs on my wrists and pushed me off the plane. The three of us, two Indian men living in the Detroit metro area, and me, a half-Arab, half-Jewish housewife living in suburban Ohio, were being detained.
The cops brought us to a parked squad car next to the plane, had us spread our legs and arms. Mine asked me if I was wearing any explosives.
...I got out of the car and was led, still cuffed, to a cell. Are you serious? I asked the officer, and he said yes. The heavy metal door was shut and locked behind me. Again, I asked what was going on and why was I here. Finally he said, they will let you know later. They are going to ask you some questions.
A plainclothes officer stood came to my door and asked me if I spoke English. Something in me snapped at that question. Of course I spoke English I'm an American citizen, you asshole! Well, I left the expletive out. Ok, he said and stood watch outside my door saying he wanted to make sure I didnt flush anything. He also wouldnt tell me what was going on.
...They had done some background check on me already because they knew I had been to Venezuela in 2001. They asked about my brother and sister and asked about my foreign travel. They asked what I did during the flight. I told them I didnt get up at all, read, slept and played on my phone (in airplane mode, dont worry). They asked about my education and wanted my address, Social Security, phone number, Facebook, Twitter, pretty much my whole life story.
Again, I asked what was going on, and the man said judging from their line of questioning that I could probably guess, but that someone on the plane had reported that the three of us in row 12 were conducting suspicious activity. What is the likelihood that two Indian men who didnt know each other and a dark-skinned woman of Arab/Jewish heritage would be on the same flight from Denver to Detroit? Was that suspicion enough? Even considering that we didnt say a word to each other until it became clear there were cops following our plane? Perhaps it was two Indian man going to the bathroom in succession?
He said the three of us were being released and there was nothing suspicious found on the plane. He apologized for what had happened and thanked me for understanding and cooperating. He said, Its 9/11 and people are seeing ghosts. They are seeing things that arent there. He said they had to act on a report of suspicious behavior, and this is what the reaction looks like.
He said there had been 50 other similar incidents across the country that day.
All I know, is I probably wont be flying again on Sept. 11."
http://shebshi.wordpress.com/2011/09/12/some-real-shock-and-awe-racially-profiled-and-cuffed-in-detroit /
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wrote:

If I were you, I'd get a good lawyer and sue Twitter. They are the cause of this.....
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Especially since she sorta forgets to mention that she was seated between the two guys who went into the restroom for an extended period of time. The only thing they profiled was the seating arrangement. Reminds me of the black chick a few years ago who was "talked to" by the cops at IND. She yelled racial profiling and it wasn't until the 9-10 paragraph that it got mentioned that she had no luggage, had bought the tickets at the airport, with cash and they were one-way. I wrote a letter to the editor suggesting that someone matching the profile for a drug mule so perfectly HAD to been trying to pick the fight. I further suggested that given that set of circumstances, they probably would have strip searched Mother Teresa.
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I can't tell if that's wishful thinking or a delusion. Probably a bit of both.

You don't see the difference between those two scenarios? Interesting. Say the cops pop a drug house - do they also search the house next door simply due to its proximity?
I guess in your world view all criminals hang out together and don't try to hide the fact that they're working in tandem. So two guys walking together talking on the street approach you, and then one walks around behind you while the other guy bumps you so they can pickpocket you. You'd assume that the two guys didn't know each other? Hardly. Criminals know this and conceal the fact. Shills, decoys, etc.
From Wiki: "By 07:40, all five hijackers were aboard the flight, scheduled to depart at 07:45.[8][14] Mohamed Atta sat in business class seat 8D with Abdulaziz al-Omari in 8G and Suqami in 10B. Waleed al-Shehri and Wail al-Shehri sat in first class seats 2B and 2A.[12]"
The only two that sat next to each other were in first class. To an airline and security, I'd imagine that a first class passenger is automatically less suspicious and far less scrutinized.
There's no reading between the lines to realize that everyone was jumpy due to the 9/11 anniversary, and everyone over-reacted to an entirely normal situation on a plane - unrelated people sitting next to each other on a plane that people assumed were related due to their appearance. That is profiling pure and simple.
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It is a sad day for Larry Craig!
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On Mon, 12 Sep 2011 03:40:44 -0500, Ex-AA.CULT.member# snipped-for-privacy@myplace.com wrote:

That was THREE GUYS in a rest room. They must have been midgets or they were pledging for a fraternity.
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Ex-AA.CULT.member# snipped-for-privacy@myplace.com wrote:

Hey, Ex. Did you find a new place to troll? Come back where you are appreciated.
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On Mon, 12 Sep 2011 03:40:44 -0500, Ex-AA.CULT.member#967906.72 wrote:

For the sake of the group please don't install a camera in your bathroom.
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