Logic.. So what's the deal with airline food?. Airport Logic SUI. i_ staz. Perfectly safe. Super Dag: -m. us.. "Yeah... uh, I don't have a plane ticket... I'm just here for the pat down..." Buh Dum tssss


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#10 - Cleavland Steamer (02/01/2013) [-]
"Yeah... uh, I don't have a plane ticket... I'm just here for the pat down..."
"Yeah... uh, I don't have a plane ticket... I'm just here for the pat down..."
#28 to #10 - emmyizme (02/02/2013) [-]
****		. I have to stop reading your comments. Every 			*******		 time I do I get caught off guard literally laughing out loud.
**** . I have to stop reading your comments. Every ******* time I do I get caught off guard literally laughing out loud.
#17 - crazyolitis (02/02/2013) [-]
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#14 - doctorgolgo (02/02/2013) [-]
MFW airline food
User avatar #91 - shazmothree (02/02/2013) [-]
Is that water from India?
User avatar #103 to #91 - durrduhdurr (02/02/2013) [-]
No, Mexico.
#41 to #31 - nicfarted (02/02/2013) [-]
they have you put it in the bag so if it is compressed, the change in altitude doesnt cause it to burst and possibly ruin equipment and other stuff. although the cabin is pressurized, there is a change. considerthefollowing.jpg
User avatar #53 to #41 - doctorgolgo (02/02/2013) [-]
So... this pressure compression danger only started like ten years ago? Where was the pressure compression danger for the fisrt 100 years of flight? Or has the Earth's atmosphere or whatever changed in the last ten years? Or maybe aircraft have become less pressurized and more prone to sudden vacuums?
Or maybe they just want all your dangerous **** in one easy-to-examine clear pouch so as to keep the line moving?
#93 to #53 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
Perhaps commercial airplanes of today fly higher because they're more technologically advanced
#86 to #53 - nicfarted (02/02/2013) [-]
User avatar #6 - contacta (02/01/2013) [-]
correct me if im wrong but doesnt modern high explosives like C4 work only with an electrical charge which means that you have to give only 1 bottle with 9 oz a charge but by splitting it into 3x3 oz bottles they reduce the explosion damage because the other 2 bottles dont get charged?
User avatar #105 to #6 - Semihazard (02/02/2013) [-]
You are partially correct, a plastic explosive like C4 simply needs heat and pressure for an explosion. The blasting cap causes the explosion by creating both of these. But if you were to create pressure by putting them in, idk, a pressurized container, a little heat would cause an explosion.
#72 to #6 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
C4 will only detonate with a blasting cap. Military explosives are made to be very stable so that if a man carrying a some in his backpack gets shot he doesn't detonate killing the rest of his squad around him. C4 can actually be burned in fire like a log of wood.

Now the active ingredient in C4, RDX, is quite unstable. Not as unstable as nitro glycerin, but still quite unstable.
User avatar #78 to #6 - pwoneill (02/02/2013) [-]
There are chemical explosives that can react without charge
User avatar #99 to #6 - redrex (02/02/2013) [-]
i think any amount of c4 on a plane a couple miles up could be pretty bad
User avatar #110 to #99 - fadetometallica (02/02/2013) [-]
Everybody else shut the hell up, this ************ has a great point.
And this is coming from an A-10 avionics specialist.
User avatar #67 to #6 - rokkarokkaali (02/02/2013) [-]
If there's an explosion on a plane, I'm pretty sure it wouldn't matter as long as it kills people/makes a hole in the plane.
#7 to #6 - anon (02/01/2013) [-]
you could easily wire the 3 bottles together
User avatar #9 to #6 - nigeltheoutlaw (02/01/2013) [-]
God forbid you transfer them to another container.
#87 - Brodyjguy (02/02/2013) [-]
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User avatar #71 - responsibletim (02/02/2013) [-]
If logic was ever applied to an airport the world would implode.
User avatar #90 to #71 - bendeman ONLINE (02/02/2013) [-]
User avatar #104 to #71 - QuestionMarks (02/02/2013) [-]

in case of major pressure change in the cabin anything over the specified amount will result in the container exploding
#89 - zzitro ONLINE (02/02/2013) [-]
**zzitro rolled a random image posted in comment #3 at Internet Explorer **
why is the dangerous underlined instead of the super?
#107 to #89 - legin (02/02/2013) [-]
whoever made that pic doesn't understand memes at all
User avatar #73 - tiredandhungry (02/02/2013) [-]
wouldn't that make it easier to bring 3 different chemicals that when mixed create a violent reaction and explosion? I can't remember chemistry that well but I'm sure there's something that'd go boom when mixed together
User avatar #96 to #73 - spanishninja ONLINE (02/02/2013) [-]
i dont like the boom boom effects i preffer thermite. its safer and perfectly portable, extremely powerful (20 times hotter than lava - can melt a car by the motor)

Thermite is nasty **** . Here is a good and easy way to make it. The first step is to get some iron-oxide (which is RUST!)
Get a DC converter like the one used on a train set. Cut the connector off, separate the wires, and strip them both.

Now you need a jar of water with a tablespoon or so of sodium chloride (which is SALT!) added to it. This makes the water conductive.

Now insert both wires into the mixture (I am assuming you plugged the converter in...) and let them sit for five minutes. One of them willstart bubbling more than the other. This is the POSITIVE(+) wire. If you do not do this test right, the final product will be the opposite(chemically) of rust, which is RUST ACID. You have no use for this here (although it IS useful!).

Anyway, put the nail tied to the positive wire into the jar. Now put the negative wire in the other end. Now let it sit overnight and in themorning scrape the rust off of the nail & repeat until you got a bunch of rust on the bottom of the glass. Be generous with your rustcollection. If you are going through the trouble of making thermite, you might as well make a lot, right?

Now remove the excess water and pour the crusty solution onto a cookie sheet. Dry it in the sun for a few hours, or inside overnight. Itshould be an orange-brown color (although I have seen it in many different colors! Sometimes the color gets ****** up, what can I say...but it is still iron oxide!)

Crush the rust into a fine powder and heat it in a cast-iron pot until it is red. Now mix the pure iron oxide with pure aluminum filings whichcan be bought or filed down by hand from an aluminum tube or bar. The ratio or iron oxide to aluminum is 8 grams to 3 grams.

Congrats! You have just made THERMITE! Now, to light it...
User avatar #100 to #96 - deadinferno (02/02/2013) [-]
I'm not sure as to be concerned or not that this has been favourited once already
User avatar #97 to #96 - spanishninja ONLINE (02/02/2013) [-]
Thermite requires a LOT of heat (more than a blow torch!) to ignite. However, magnesium ribbon (which is sort of hard to find.. callaround) will do the trick. It takes the heat from the burning magnesium to light the thermite.

Now when you see your victim's car, pour a fifty-cent sized pile onto his hood, stick the ribbon in it, and light the ribbon with the blowtorch. Now chuckle as you watch it burn through the hood, the block, the axle, and the pavement. BE CAREFUL! The ideal mixtures canvaporize CARBON STEEL! Another idea is to use thermite to get into pay phone cash boxes.

User avatar #76 to #73 - thepunchedface (02/02/2013) [-]
Maybe mix H2SO4, HNO3, and glycerin?
#77 to #73 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
sulfuric acid
hydrogen peroxide

made an explosive know as the mother of satan
#80 to #77 - obnoxygen (02/02/2013) [-]
I have a lot of acetone because I work at a nail salon.    
You can get sulfuric acid from a battery.   
You can buy hydrogen peroxide at Walmart.   
I have a lot of acetone because I work at a nail salon.
You can get sulfuric acid from a battery.
You can buy hydrogen peroxide at Walmart.
#27 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
its because with a bigger bottle you could hide a knife or other weapon in the bottle and thicker liquids like shampoo, lotions, and such will hide it as it goes through a x-ray machine....smaller bottles dont hold enough liquid it hide something like that
#32 to #27 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
but what if it is a liquid explosive?
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#94 to #27 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
If lotion can hide knives from a metal detector, how come it can detect pacemakers and metal replacement bones and other metal **** that's embedded in an entire person?
#37 to #27 - doctorgolgo (02/02/2013) [-]
That makes no sense whatsoever. A knife or other weapon will show up when x-rayed (even in a 300mL bottle of shampoo) unless it's like plastic or glass or something and then you can just strap those to your body and walk through the metal detector. They'll probably be caught on the full-body scanner, though.
And you can still hide a knife in a long thin bottle that is 100mL or less anyway.
#108 - nightstar (02/02/2013) [-]
That isn't airport logic. That is US Federal government logic.
User avatar #8 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (02/01/2013) [-]
Depending on whether or not the station you're going to has sniffers or does random searches, there's an easy way to bring stable compounds like thermite on board. Clean out some airplane-safe electronics like mini DVD player or a laptop and hide the metals (ideally separated, should be an 8/3 ratio between iron and aluminum) inside them - most scans will never pick up the contents.
User avatar #38 - blinkfreak (02/02/2013) [-]
give credit at least you twat
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#45 to #38 - darkjustifier (02/02/2013) [-]
I have no clue what you're talking about.
User avatar #48 to #45 - blinkfreak (02/02/2013) [-]
you know where you got this from.
#49 to #48 - darkjustifier (02/02/2013) [-]
I ain't the one that posted it you jerk, I was curious.
User avatar #57 to #38 - rhodesgirl (02/02/2013) [-]
I got it from a google image search. No idea who made it, and never claimed it as my own. Just sharing.
User avatar #12 - splendiddust (02/02/2013) [-]
what the hell is an oz?
User avatar #59 to #12 - frysfrys (02/02/2013) [-]
What the **** ...? Did you seriously not know what an oz was? You need help..
#88 to #12 - swagbot (02/02/2013) [-]
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#13 to #12 - koshana (02/02/2013) [-]
An ounce. Unit of measurement.
User avatar #15 to #13 - splendiddust (02/02/2013) [-]
oh sorry i dont use retarded forms of measurement in australia
#82 to #15 - jellybaby (02/02/2013) [-]
Don't make us Aussies look bad.    
Pic related. You're Hitler.
Don't make us Aussies look bad.

Pic related. You're Hitler.
User avatar #44 to #15 - doctorgolgo (02/02/2013) [-]
Oh... so how big is your TV or PC monitor? 914.4 mm or even bigger?
How long is an average Par 4 in Australia? 36570 cm or thereabouts?
And how do you measure car tires (er... tyres)?
At least imperial length is used pretty much world-wide, eh?

(Heh... sorry, had to correct a spelling error. Jeez.)
User avatar #52 to #44 - nosauceforyou (02/02/2013) [-]
The Metric system beats the Imperial system, as does Celcius to Fahrenheit
User avatar #61 to #52 - eldiax (02/02/2013) [-]
#64 to #52 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
Celsius is useful when you need to know the boiling and freezing temperatures of water. But how often do you need to know that?
The human body can comfortably live in the range of, to keep things simple, 0-30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit). So when you think "Oh, it's a little chilly in here, better turn the thermostat down a couple of degrees," it's more precise to use Fahrenheit.
Other than air temperature, I agree, Celsius is probably superior.
#95 to #64 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
0 C isn't comfortable for a human. It is if you've got the right clothes on, but with the right clothes you can survive *in space*. When naked (which is what you must assume when assessing performance for a race so technologically gifted as humans) you'd die in about 20 minutes from 0 C weather.
User avatar #102 to #44 - splendiddust (02/02/2013) [-]
we use distance measurements of imperial in some cases but wieght or volume is almost never used
#16 to #15 - koshana (02/02/2013) [-]
We don't use it in Canada either. Sorry if I ticked you off.
User avatar #19 to #16 - satrenkotheone ONLINE (02/02/2013) [-]
Are you legitimately sorry or just playing apologetic because you're Canadian?
#24 to #19 - koshana (02/02/2013) [-]
Little bit of both.
User avatar #26 to #24 - satrenkotheone ONLINE (02/02/2013) [-]
Oh thanks, I just had to ask.

Oh Canada!
User avatar #25 to #19 - splendiddust (02/02/2013) [-]
that crossed my mind too
User avatar #18 to #16 - splendiddust (02/02/2013) [-]
its cool when someone tries to exlpain the imperial form of measurement i feel like harry when ron tries to explain wizard currency to him. also why would they use oz? instean of oc or on?
User avatar #98 to #18 - kerfufflemachtwo (02/02/2013) [-]
Ounces aren't the only Imperial measurement that fall prey to an odd abbreviation.

Pounds are "lbs". Or, "#" in some industrial applications.
#21 to #18 - koshana (02/02/2013) [-]
I'll google that.
#22 to #21 - koshana (02/02/2013) [-]
K, here it is: "Oz." stands for the Italian onza, ounce. It came into use in the 15th century. Ounce comes from the Latin uncia, a 12th, which is also the source of the term "inch."
User avatar #30 to #22 - splendiddust (02/02/2013) [-]
ah mmm see its the Italians fault.
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#58 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
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User avatar #62 to #58 - flavadave (02/02/2013) [-]
i have to say, without those last seven exclaimation marks, i wouldn't have taken your point seriously. but you convinced me, since it was obvious that you were being really loud.
User avatar #60 to #58 - rhodesgirl (02/02/2013) [-]
Uhm.. yeah, no.
User avatar #74 to #63 - secondtimearound (02/02/2013) [-]
We need some more office space on this site.
#66 to #58 - neoexdeath (02/02/2013) [-]
Religious Butthurt level: Maximum.
#75 to #66 - anon (02/02/2013) [-]
How is that butthurt? I don't get it? He's just trolling and abusing the name of Christ?
User avatar #109 to #75 - HarvietheDinkle (02/02/2013) [-]
Why are you questioning yourself?
#68 to #58 - thecharliesheen (02/02/2013) [-]
Sure looks like it.
User avatar #46 - bluecapgun (02/02/2013) [-]
this is due to the fact that you can hide a small gun or a small bomb in 9oz of water..not as easy in three 3oz bottles
User avatar #54 to #46 - grimhound (02/02/2013) [-]
What about dangerous chemicals that can be mixed?
#65 to #46 - decoyoctopus (02/02/2013) [-]
This image has expired
you know that's acid in the picture right?
User avatar #118 to #65 - bluecapgun (02/03/2013) [-]
no **** sherlock but who the **** takes acid on a plane anyway? it could have been mountain dew. dew you even lift?
User avatar #55 to #46 - doctorgolgo (02/02/2013) [-]
A small gun or bomb will show up on the x-ray machine. Duh.
Who in the world would hide a bomb in a small bottle of water?
User avatar #117 to #55 - bluecapgun (02/03/2013) [-]
there are bombs that wouldnt show up, chemical bombs, or other types. im certain there are some. im not a demoman but there has to some
User avatar #119 to #117 - bluecapgun (02/03/2013) [-]
exactly thanks for backing me up
#1 - anon (02/01/2013) [-]
3 tiny explosions have the same effect as 1 giant explosion. True story.
#2 to #1 - anon (02/01/2013) [-]
But you can take empty containers that are larger than 3oz, right?
So you could take the 3 small bottles with liquid and a big empty bottle, then just fill the big one with the small ones.
#4 to #2 - anon (02/01/2013) [-]
Or just buy a bigger bottle in the kiosks after the security checkpoint, empty them and throw in your ************* and blow stuff up
User avatar #111 - disiprine (02/02/2013) [-]
Molarity of chemicals, that's why.
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