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Scan-It Operation Checkpoint Toy XRay

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Item Weight5.5 pounds
  
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ASINB000Y8BIMC
Best Sellers Rank #317,137 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16 pounds
Date First AvailableApril 6, 2004
  
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Scan-It Operation Checkpoint Toy Play Set XRay

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125 of 129 people found the following review helpful By J. Chilton on February 22, 2008
If you're a parent, then you've probably been struggling with how to teach your kids about how much fun it is to have your rights systematically stripped from you. Kids today always seem to be whining about freedom and their "Constitutional Right" to be free of warrantless search and seizure and their "right to privacy" (whatever that is). Teaching them to be afraid of "the terrists" and explaining that Islamofascists are a monolithic, unified entity with the sole goal of destroying America because they hate us for our freedoms, so we owe to it eliminate as many freedoms as possible, is really hard. And don't get me started on the times they say, "Daddy, you mean six ounces of liquid in one bottle can blow up a plane, but two three ounce bottles can't??"

Well, now there's a toy to help change all that. Kids can become familiar with the process of search and arbitrary seizure of dangerous items like toothpaste, soda, and aftershave (or TSA). The attention to detail on this toy is great. Notice the Homeland Security Threat Level Advisory glued to the side. See how tiny green and blue are? You'll never need them, because we live in an orange world. That's right, the terrists are right around the corner, maybe under your bed! This will keep a constant, low-level feeling of fear instilled in your kids, just like DHS wants!

For added fun, buy this toy with the TSA Officer Gloves McJellyfinger action figure.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Matt Clayton on May 16, 2008
Is your gene pool too full of piss for your kids to do anything but pat down citizens and act like the gestapo when they grow up? Or perhaps you just want to condition them to a life full of unnecessary invasions of privacy. If so then this is the toy for them.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Dent #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 19, 2009
Brief assessment
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Scan-It Operation Checkpoint Toy XRay is an excellent educational toy meant to prepare our children for two of the more desirable professions of the future: baggage scanner and fearful traveler. However, certain elements essential to a well-rounded Scanner education are missing.

Background
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The Homeland Security Professional Scanner... profession is one of the few that can't be massively outsourced (yet) and, to my knowledge, it is only available to US citizens and possibly legal residents. The academic requirements are light to nil, the skill set minimal and the benefits are good. This toy teaches our children nearly all they would need to know in order to pass the stringent HSPS levels 1 and 1-advanced exams and thus be qualified to working in this most exciting and fast-growing field.

As a baggage scanner, one can interact with people of diverse backgrounds and cultures, get a pretty good idea of what they carry in their bags and get to examine their shoes, inside and out. The senior professionals earn the privilege of performing full body searches on suspects. Additional benefits come from the Scanners being given the first pick at confiscated contraband including toy guns and ammo, nail clippers, sippy cups and even the latest in Swiss Army knives and disposable Bic lighters and, if lucky, rare and exquisite beauties such as the Ty Homeland - Rooster.

Playability
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Scan-It Operation Checkpoint Toy XRay will allow children hours of fun-filled learning and civic education while, at the same time, developing a set of real, marketable, in demand skills.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Fitnessa on May 15, 2008
NO STARS
Maybe the next version of this toy could include instructions on how to pat down your sister when the scanner light goes off;
or maybe include a battery operated taser if your brother acts up when you groin search him ('don't tase me bro' literally).
should come with sheep outfits for full playing enjoyment.
thumb scanner toys next?
how about kiddie tattoo kits for id'ing your playmates.
Who's idea was it for this toy anyway?????? Homeland Security????????????
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