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    Indian Film Star in Unexpected Nude Shoot


    43 Year Old Indian Film Star Shah Rukh Khan

    You've probably never heard of Shahrukh Khan, but to call him an Indian actor would be like calling Stephen Spielberg a guy who makes films in California.

    Khan is one of the world's richest and most successful movie stars, even if he's a complete unknown in the United States. He ranked 41st on Newsweek's list of the world's most powerful people last year -- ahead of mighty Oprah, and only five places behind the Pope.

    I'm not about to confess my secret love of Bollywood films -- I'd never heard of the guy myself. But he's got a cautionary tale for all of us, and it happened on a screen where Big Brother wants all of us to be the star.

    "King Khan," as he's known, had the misfortune of strolling through one of those new full-body airport scanners I've been warning you about...the kind that peek beneath your clothing and snap an image of your privates, just in case you're hiding weapons beneath your scrotum.




    Airport officials and security "experts" have sworn up and down that these images aren't saved...and that faces are automatically blurred so the screener, who's in an isolated location, has no idea who's getting Big Brother's electronic evil eye.

    But try telling that to Khan -- because he says he was later greeted by airport workers in London who had printouts of his x-rated X-ray.

    So much for their privacy claims -- I hope you didn't buy that hogwash in the first place. If low-wage airport workers can rape his privacy and get away with it, they can do far worse to you.

    Meanwhile, their bogus safety claims are already getting a second look too.

    The Inter-Agency Committee on Radiation Safety says these things pose a health risk -- and that pregnant women and children should not be forced through them. The report -- which wasn't meant to be made public -- also said governments should have to justify their use of these radiation machines.

    Don't hold your breath waiting for that to happen.

    Remember: There is NO safe level of ionizing radiation. If you have to fly in Big Brother's world, I feel bad for you -- because the plan is for EVERY air traveler, including pregnant women and babies, to pose for the government's candid cameras.

    Me? I'm keeping my feet planted on the earth.

    William Campbell Douglass II, M.D.




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    Are the scanners intrusive? Yes.

    Will employees abuse their use? Yes.

    Are there low level radiation doses? Yes

    Do I object to this ? No.

    On 9/11 I could see the smoke from the burning Pentagon streaming into the sky.

    The DC area has so much air traffic there is a constant background hum from aircraft engines. The area was silent, like a tomb. It has not been that quit in this area for over 100 years.

    I had one middle eastern neighbor arrested for possession of hand grenades.

    We always called the DC area Ground Zero and on 9/11 it was.

    So there is a price to pay to stay alive and we pay it.

    Anybody that does not want to fly can drive, take the train or bus. As we improve security our enemies will look to our weak points like the buses and trains and we will have to improve security there. So if anybody does not want to drive themselves but still not go through airport scanners then taking the bus or train is still an option, for now.

    Have these measures and other actions paid off? Yes. While these people are making bombings daily around the world they can do little here. The one that came the closest could not even blast his privates off. The “underwear bomber” is what they are reduced to here. And they could not even build a bomb that would work.

    Anyway I am replying to a post that would be more appropriately be in the Politics forum so this is the end here.
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    this post doesn't apply to me! always drive my company truck everywhere i go!!!
    wise men talk because they have something to say and fools because they have to say something....plato

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    Quote Originally Posted by yahoo View Post
    this post doesn't apply to me! always drive my company truck everywhere i go!!!
    I have been in government facilities where they x-ray the entire truck.

    You park the truck and a big metal frame mounted on rails passes over the truck.

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    Yahoo, I don't think ProLoc got your meaning!
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    well to say the least...he is a good guy!!! but only people from the south can understand coonass!!!! hahaahhaahhahahhahahhahahahahaahhah
    wise men talk because they have something to say and fools because they have to say something....plato

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    I gotta say Wing, you really have my attention with this one. I would have to see more of the Before and After Invert pictures like the one above above before I could really make up my mind about whether I like the technology or not!
    I seek not to know the answers, but to understand the questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPGrasshopper View Post
    I gotta say Wing, you really have my attention with this one. I would have to see more of the Before and After Invert pictures like the one above above before I could really make up my mind about whether I like the technology or not!
    You noticed that in the photos they used an attractive female model. Take a look around sometime at the people that the operators would really have to look at. The job would be great for the morbidly obese. Spend all day looking at most people would cause anyone to lose their appetite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessionalLocator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessionalLocator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Wingfoot View Post
    "King Khan," as he's known, had the misfortune of strolling through one of those new full-body airport scanners I've been warning you about...the kind that peek beneath your clothing and snap an image of your privates, just in case you're hiding weapons beneath your scrotum.




    Airport officials and security "experts" have sworn up and down that these images aren't saved...and that faces are automatically blurred so the screener, who's in an isolated location, has no idea who's getting Big Brother's electronic evil eye.

    But try telling that to Khan -- because he says he was later greeted by airport workers in London who had printouts of his x-rated X-ray.

    If low-wage airport workers can rape his privacy and get away with it, Big Brother can do far worse to you.

    Meanwhile, their bogus safety claims are already getting a second look too.

    The Inter-Agency Committee on Radiation Safety says these things pose a health risk -- and that pregnant women and children should not be forced through them. The report -- which wasn't meant to be made public -- also said governments should have to justify their use of these radiation machines.

    Remember: There is NO safe level of ionizing radiation.
    If you have to fly in Big Brother's world, I feel bad for you -- because the plan is for EVERY air traveler, including pregnant women and babies, to pose for the government's candid cameras.

    William Campbell Douglass II, M.D.
    Are the scanners intrusive? Yes.

    Will employees abuse their use? Yes.

    Are there low level radiation doses? Yes

    Do I object to this ? No.

    There is a price to pay to stay alive and we pay it.

    As we improve security our enemies will look to our weak points like the buses and trains and we will have to improve security there.

    Have these measures and other actions paid off? Yes.
    You noticed the photos used an attractive female model. Take a look around at the [people inside airports]. Spend all day [scanning] the morbidly obese would cause anyone to lose their appetite.
    Hey ProLoc - My point: Dr. Douglass' comments reinforces my belief that all bureaucrats are bullshitters and the phoney "War on Terror" just keeps on getting worse; without regard to public safety or the "jack booting" of our civil liberties.

    Your point: You are perfectly satisfied with Big Brother's incremental chipping away of all our American freedoms up to now at any cost and willing to give up much, much more to be even safer...........


    If Benjamin Franklin were alive today and heard you talking - I know he would kick your ass.......

    "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety,
    deserve neither liberty nor safety."

    Hey ProLoc, I think you are a little bit misguided and need the scales removed from your eyes, but I still Luv Ya Man............

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    Obviously, I was joking with my previous comment. I personally think that these machines are monstrosities. I am not paranoid enough to buy into this one. It crosses a line we should not cross. What is next, full body cavity searches? No thanks, I'll drive this time, even with the odds much greater that I will die in a car wreck.

    By the way Pro, Luv the avatar, keep forgetting to tell you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wingfoot View Post
    Hey ProLoc - My point: Dr. Douglass' comments reinforces my belief that all bureaucrats are bullshitters and the phoney "War on Terror" just keeps on getting worse; without regard to public safety or the "jack booting" of our civil liberties.

    Your point: You are perfectly satisfied with Big Brother's incremental chipping away of all our American freedoms up to now at any cost and willing to give up much, much more to be even safer...........


    If Benjamin Franklin were alive today and heard you talking - I know he would kick your ass.......

    "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety,
    deserve neither liberty nor safety."

    Hey ProLoc, I think you are a little bit misguided and need the scales removed from your eyes, but I still Luv Ya Man............

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    Me satisfied with "Big Brother's incremental chipping away of all our American freedoms up to now at any cost and willing to give up much, much more to be even safer", no.

    Just because I do not take my personal view as far as yours does not mean my view is as far as you think it is.

    I think motorcycle helmet laws and car seat belt laws for adults is too far, these people are old enough to place their own value on their own lives. But I do not see such laws as the end of freedom.

    Is the proposed body scanner intrusive? Yes. The question is if the need exists for such an intrusion and the need is very evident like my example of the underwear bomber.

    Perhaps I am less disturbed by such things as I consider them minor due to the life I have led. One of my parents worked in the intelligence community. I always knew that our mail was subject to being intercepted and read and our phone conversations recorded. I knew the facility my parent worked at but not the building or room number, classified information. I knew the phone number to call them but was not allowed to give it out. (When called a voice answered back with the phone number I had dialed. I then state who " was, what phone number I was calling from and who I wanted to speak too. After a short period the call would be transferred.) Due to Federal government employees being moved into and out of the DC area local schools were given some extra money for every child of a Federal employee. Each year I had to fill out a form and every year I got called into the Principal's office for not giving the name of the agency my parent worked for, their work address and work phone number. I called my parent and a short while later the Principal got a phone call tat did not supply the demanded information and that was the end of that. What did my parent do? I do not know as talking about their job was prohibited and the papers they signed continued the requirement past their employment for the remainder of their life. Sure we found papers with a job title when putting the estate in order but job titles at that place do not mean much. I just know what that agency did and that my parent had to go to night school to learn a required language. Additionally the papers we found showed that for 10 years after retirement any trip out of town had to be reported in advance. A written itinerary had to be given to the agency supplying all addresses, phone numbers and people or hotels we were to stay. That's all I know and if I knew more I would not be so inclined as to speak of it.

    As you can see my life has probably given me a different perception of what is and is not too intrusive.

    The thing is that I have heard you arguments for a long time, basically the same words as forty years ago from Jane Fonda.

    What, you say your are not a liberal, socialist or communist? Perhaps you are a conservative? It does not matter becasue when we talk about liberals and conservatives we are talking about beliefs. When given free reign these beliefs become more emotional and less rational, more intolerant of other beliefs and less investigative of one's own beliefs. The main thing about beliefs like liberalism or conservatism is that each carried to the extreme produce a society that is indistinguishable from the other. This is the lesson of George Orwell's 1984 where the society could be the one party regime of either Communists or Nazis / Fascists.

    I am neither a conservative or a liberal, I prefer to think of myself as a moderate. As a moderate I am skeptical of all things and try to seek balance between things based on circumstance, facts if you will, rather than a strict belief system.

    So that body scanner wou8d in 1960 be too intrusive. Today in 2010 given the threats we face I am leaning towards acceptance of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPGrasshopper View Post
    Obviously, I was joking with my previous comment. I personally think that these machines are monstrosities. I am not paranoid enough to buy into this one. It crosses a line we should not cross. What is next, full body cavity searches? No thanks, I'll drive this time, even with the odds much greater that I will die in a car wreck.

    By the way Pro, Luv the avatar, keep forgetting to tell you.
    I choose the avatar to represent balance which is a way I try to look at things. Every advantage has a disadvantage, every disadvantage has an advantage if you make the effort to understand them.

    I had to find and download the symbol quickly and was looking for one that was black and white and of suitable size. This was the first I found and I hope the colors do not represent the Gay Zen Liberation Movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessionalLocator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GPGrasshopper View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessionalLocator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Wingfoot View Post
    Hey ProLoc, I think you are a little bit misguided and need the scales removed from your eyes, but I still Luv Ya Man............

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    Just because I do not take my personal view as far as yours does not mean my view is as far as you think it is.

    Perhaps I am less disturbed by such things as [the incremental chipping away of our freedoms, body scanners, helmet laws and seat belt laws]. I consider them minor due to the life I have led.

    I have heard your arguments for a long time; the same words as Jane Fonda.

    You say your are not a liberal, socialist or communist? Perhaps you are a conservative? It does not matter.

    I am neither a conservative or a liberal, I prefer to think of myself as a moderate. As a moderate I am skeptical of all things and try to seek balance between things.
    By the way Pro, Luv the avatar.
    I chose the avatar to represent balance which is a way I try to look at things. Every advantage has a disadvantage, every disadvantage has an advantage if you make the effort to understand them.
    Hey ProLoc - Your associating my Populist beliefs to the treasonous, Commie bitch Jane Fonda does not piss me off, but instead brings truth to my claim that you're a little bit misguided.

    In today's mainstream society, everyone has to be labeled (racist, extremist, separatist, anarchist, terrorist, anti-semite, liberal, conservative, moderate, etc). You've labeled me a possible extremist and labeled yourself a moderate. I'll roll with that.

    Labeling yourself a moderate works very well with your avatar choice; the Chinese concept called Yin Yang. A belief that there exist two complementary forces in the universe. One is Yang which represents everything positive or masculine and the other is Yin which is characterized as negative or feminine. One is not better than the other. Instead they are both necessary and a balance of both is highly desirable.

    The Americanized version of Yin Yang: "Live in the Middle." Or my version, "Be labeled a moderate. Hold your finger to the [political] wind to see which way it’s blowing – and then make up your mind." Moderates are kinda, sorta like religious agnostics, "Swear there ain't no Heaven and Pray there ain't no Hell!"

    With all bullshitting set aside, moderates have a variety of views, and these often span the political spectrum. If you’re a moderate, you are one that holds some conservative views and some liberal views – regardless of the political party to which you associate yourself.

    And most importantly, I do now better understand you ProLoc. And I still believe Benjamin Franklin would kick yer ass! Luv Ya Man!

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    Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety,
    deserve neither liberty nor safety."

    To me, the key words are "essential liberty". This procedure does not violate any rights, or deny them --Flying is not a God-given or constitutionally protected activity. In fact, I believe if God had wanted us to fly, he would have given us wings! Therefore, I will choose Yahoo's position and drive the co. truck! (At least until they install GPS!)
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    Oh boy this is a good one!!!!!!!

    99% of ALL air travelers are not terrorists, and it all goes smoothly. That 1% who WISH to cause harm and devistation DO NOT CARE WHAT SECURITY IS IN PLACE. Also it has been proven that this bullshit technology misses the mark when the chips are really down.

    Airport Security is still a JOKE. A TSA 'Agent' working those scanners and check points makes about $8.50 an hour to start, maybe $10 (their pay scale depends on the size and location of the Airport). The military presence for the most part is either gone or minimal, some have their own police and others have ZERO real security. The 'High Value' targets (Larger Airports, and here in the NYC area, Tunnels, Bridges, Penn Station, Bus Terminal and Ferrys') have police and military. The minute one leaves these places to 'Low Value' areas there is NOTHING.

    There are places around the WORLD that any asshole with an IED can waltz on to or in to with NO PROBLEM at all.

    We (as a country and military force) have faced an enemy before who is willing and able to die for a cause. We have pondered over 'How to stop an enemy like that'. Guess what the answere is???????? You CAN'T!!!!!!!! Actually you CAN but after 1945 that solution has been taken off the table never to be used again. The TWO Hydrogen bombs dropped on Japan weren't done so out of a whim. It was done so American Military forces would not have to face an enemy who was willing to sacrifice themselves by fighting to the last man and Bonzai attacks.

    It worked SO WELL we never used it again even when facing the same kind of mentality. Korea (the Chinese and the North Koreans), Vietnam (the Viet Cong and NVA).

    The answer is there. It's just not 'politically correct' anymore so it is ignored and forgotten because of Mutually Assured Destruction.

    It pisses me off that the country who developed and used weapons like the hydrogen bombs can only come up with technology (like these scanners that don't work and invade OUR privacy). Hindering OUR freedoms, invading OUR privacy is not the solution to the terrorist threat. Death and destruction on a scale not seen since the 40's IS THE ANSWER!!!!!

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