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P&T TSA "Bill of Rights" Card

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$5.00
SKU:
bill_of_rights

Product Description

Mr Jillette and a friend of his got the idea to make playing card size copies of the Bill of Rights printed on metal. It sets off the metal detectors and you get to hear the security person say, "I'm going to have to take away your Bill of Rights." Well, it's not going to actually work like that very often, but the idea is there.   They're light and go right into a breast pocket. Purchase 1 or 100 and hand em out to your friends.

 


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  1. great

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Jul 2014

    great gets them every time


  2. No bacon or doughnuts

    Posted by Sunday School Listener on 21st May 2014

    Pros: Free TSA body massages. Fits well in a bi-fold wallet. The falsely self aggrandizing feeling that you're somehow fighting for justice while, really, you're just making the line at the airport go a little slower.

    Cons: Fifth amendment has a typo. Little tight for a tri-fold wallet. Did not come with bacon or doughnuts. The terrible feeling when you realize everyone wishes you would just shut up about your stupid metal card.

    Bought one at the show in Aug '12 and promptly lost it, and my wallet, a month later while riding on the I-17 in AZ. Finally bought a replacement. Well, five. Just in case.


  3. Great idea

    Posted by Steven on 30th Apr 2014

    The only thing that would have made them better is if the words were etched or engraved into the metal. I will surely take one of these on my next flight.


  4. Get their attention

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Jan 2014

    I bought this as a replacement for the one my son gave me. I like that it makes the TSA people stop and think.


  5. made them think twice...

    Posted by Kallie on 25th Nov 2013

    I Actually bought this card at their show in Vegas when I visited in June. I when I returned to Vegas for vacation, I actually brought the card with me and TSA actually found and READ THE CARD! the looks on the two agents faces were unforgettable. I have a mini constitution I keep in my purse, now a card sized bill of rights I keep in my wallet. loving it.