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weed seeds x ray

I have friends that work for TSA so I know. Metal sets it off but the cigarette foil won’t by itself. The combination of foil, zipper, small belt buckle, etc will. Seeds won’t do anything, won’t set off baggage scanner or metal detector. Even if you have seeds in your bag they won’t care and it won’t set off the xray.

sounds like a great idea.

yeah, let’s carry weed with us to the airport. where now they’re starting to use x-ray scanners than can see THROUGH clothes and into your anal cavity in pretty good detail.

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edit: BTW i would NOT put them in checked baggage. I didn’t want to leave my portable i-olite vape behind, and I didnt have time to mail it so I just cleaned it out and stuck it in my checked bag. After I got back and a few days later, I found a printed note from the airline that they’d searched my bag. Amazingly though they hadn’t bothered the vape or even the little glass jar that had evidence of left over kief, lol. anyway- NO CHECKED BAGS

lol, I had to do this last week and was super sketched about it too, because I never had before. I just put it in a baggie, lined it in my pants waist line, and walked through the metal detector. If you don’t look like a sketchy mofo, the smell isnt bad and make sure you have absolutely NOTHING that could set off the detector, you’re pretty much golden. DON’T be a retard and put it in your shoe, though. You have to take your shoes off through security. But then again, i’m a girl. And a pretty darn dumb and innocent looking one, at that. Soo, goodluck!

sounds like a great idea.

yeah, let’s carry weed with us to the airport. where now they’re starting to use x-ray scanners than can see THROUGH clothes and into your anal cavity in pretty good detail.

With the mandated X-ray screening of checked baggage now a fact of life, in all airports across the country, you need to switch packing strategies if traveling with undeveloped (SEEDS) film.

In the past, domestic checked luggage was seldom if ever X-rayed, and so, if traveling with (SEEDS) film, it was usually a better idea to pack it in your checked luggage so as to keep it from being X-rayed in cabin baggage. Sure, the signs all say ‘This machine will not harm film’ but the truth is that, while a single low power scan would not harm ‘slow’ or ‘moderate’ speed film (ie 400 ASA or less), the effects of X-ray exposure are cumulative and in the course of a journey you may end up giving your (SEEDS) film half a dozen or more (SEEDS) exposures.

And, if you’re like me, you find it very hard to trust the X-ray machines in third world countries that have a hand printed sign on them suggesting that they are ‘film safe’!

:mad0233:But now the situation is being turned on its head. The new X-ray machines that are now used to inspect ALL checked baggage are immensely more powerful than the machines we’ve got used to putting our carry on items through. A blast of X-rays from one of these machines – particularly if the operator sees something unusual and turns the power up to ‘high’ to get a better look, or focuses the beam tightly on one spot – can variously put radiation streaks across part or all of the undeveloped (SEEDS) film you have in your suitcase.