Written by Minka Kelly
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Sunday, 6 November 2011

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The type of sex toy that is too expensive to afford.

A Slavic newspaper reported an incident of a TSA worker who left a personal note in a woman's luggage.

The TSA worker, who is a lesbian, left a note in Jill Filipovic's luggage with the words, "Get Your Freak On Girl."

To understand the meaning of the note, a person would have to refer to the language of musician, Rick James, who is the person who developed the slang term with his 1981 hit song "Super Freak." In his song, James states, "That girl is pretty wild now, The girl's a super freak, The kind you don't take home to mother, The girl's a super freak, She will never let your spirits down, Once you get her off the street, ow girl, When I get there she's got incense, wine and candles, It's such a freaky scene."

If Filipovic came to the airport smelling like wine, it's a possibility that the TSA worker identified her as a super freak based on the character in Rick James' song.

Filipovic contacted the media in a state of paranoia to say that the note referred to a sex toy she was carrying. Since the note made no comment of a sex toy, Filipovic's version of the story is probably not true.

Based on Rick James' language, the TSA worker probably thought Filipovic was a wild party girl and she told her to have a good day using street slang that Filipovic could understand. "Get Your Freak On Girl", means "Keep Partying And Have A Good Day."

Filipovic says she is disappointed with the response the incident has received, but it's Filipovic who contacted the news media over the incident and then told people about it in her Facebook page. Nobody needed to know from Filipovic that she had a sex toy in her luggage.

Filipovic says, "Total violation of privacy, wildly inappropriate and clearly not ok, but I also just died laughing in my hotel room,"

Filipovic is clearly not humiliated if she exposed the information to the public. She didn't find the information to be offensive if she wanted the public to talk about it.

Filipovic contradicts herself because she knew the TSA would search her luggage at the airport and she knew she wouldn't have any privacy when her luggage gets searched and yet she carries a used sex toy in her luggage, so a male TSA worker could put his hands on it while inspecting the toy to make sure it's not an explosive device and then at a later moment she would use the sex toy in a hotel room, after it was touched by the male TSA worker who is already married. Either, Filipovic is very dumb, or she's extremely clever and calculating.

The TSA worker got fired because she wrote a note of a personal nature and it was unprofessional, but she didn't get fired because of a sex toy that never existed.

If the TSA increases the salaries of their workers to 5,000.00 a month then they will be able to attract higher quality workers such as on duty police officers who will quickly apply to the TSA for work.

Without luggage searches, Filipovic could have faced the horror of sitting on an airplane, in mid-air, next to a shoe bomber with shaggy hair and a crazy look on his face.

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