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    Does Braylon Have a Brain?

    Braylon Edwards ‏@OfficialBraylon
    Don't ever lose your I'd then go to the airport. Too many questions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Braylon Edwards ‏@OfficialBraylon
    Don't ever lose your I'd then go to the airport. Too many questions.


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    No, but he has heart. We can't say that about, say, Santonio Holmes.

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    Uh what's wrong with that? Its a silly life situation and he tweeted it, what normal human being doesn't do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Braylon Edwards ‏@OfficialBraylon
    Don't ever lose your I'd then go to the airport. Too many questions.


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    He got autocorrected by his iPhone. That's never happened to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    He got autocorrected by his iPhone. That's never happened to you?
    it wasnt the ID part its going to an airport w/o ID and thinking he''s just going to board the plane w/o any issues/questions..

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    He got autocorrected by his iPhone. That's never happened to you?
    Yep.

    Unnecessary thread. And Braylon got enough heart, twice the size of Holmes'

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    Brain, heart ... all we need now is courage and we're off to see the wizard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesR View Post
    Brain, heart ... all we need now is courage and we're off to see the wizard!
    lol

    Maybe Braylon can ask the Wizard for a pass rush for the Jets.

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    To make this thread more relevant, i haven't been part of the BBBB (Bring Back Braylon Brigade) around here, but with no WRs picked in the first 5 rounds, I do think now is the time.

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    ****ing DUMP.

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    Yep. He loves NY so I'd bring him back. Wants to win as he gets older and will probably accept whatever role is given to him.

    I still think Braylon is going to be signed by this team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Braylon Edwards ‏@OfficialBraylon
    Don't ever lose your I'd then go to the airport. Too many questions.


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    The title of this thread should be "Is C Mart Cereal?"



    And I think this was a case of Braylon MISTAKENLY *FORGETTING*(not losing; I think he might of misplaced his ID) to bring his ID with him when he went to the airport and was just making light of the situation after the fact. Even Football players forget things, you know....They're...*gasp*...HUMAN like us!

    I'm sure he wasn't amused when he was "questioned" at the time, though.
    Last edited by Vin; 04-27-2013 at 06:47 PM.

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    damn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Braylon Edwards ‏@OfficialBraylon
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    Actually, you can still travel if you lose your government issued id. I left my driver's license at the security checkpoint at LAX on my way to JFK last year. I didn't realize it until a few days later when I was preparing to return back to LA. All I needed to show TSA was a picture and some other forms of id which was a credit card with my photo on it. I was told I would have to go through extra screening, but I zipped through security. For full disclosure, I am enrolled in the TSA pre-check program. So I am not sure if that helped me with this particular experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetssjumets View Post
    Actually, you can still travel if you lose your government issued id. I left my driver's license at the security checkpoint at LAX on my way to JFK last year. I didn't realize it until a few days later when I was preparing to return back to LA. All I needed to show TSA was a picture and some other forms of id which was a credit card with my photo on it. I was told I would have to go through extra screening, but I zipped through security. For full disclosure, I am enrolled in the TSA pre-check program. So I am not sure if that helped me with this particular experience.

    *Shhh....* Don't go around making sense. You'll upset the balance of insanity here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetssjumets View Post
    Actually, you can still travel if you lose your government issued id. I left my driver's license at the security checkpoint at LAX on my way to JFK last year. I didn't realize it until a few days later when I was preparing to return back to LA. All I needed to show TSA was a picture and some other forms of id which was a credit card with my photo on it. I was told I would have to go through extra screening, but I zipped through security. For full disclosure, I am enrolled in the TSA pre-check program. So I am not sure if that helped me with this particular experience.
    Depends on where you are and what your destination is.

    If you're a US citizen traveling within the mainland it's no big deal.

    If you were headed overseas or overseas headed home, it would be more complicated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dameangreenkillingmachine View Post
    who cares.
    The OP does, apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetrider View Post
    Depends on where you are and what your destination is.

    If you're a US citizen traveling within the mainland it's no big deal.

    If you were headed overseas or overseas headed home, it would be more complicated.
    You are correct. I was traveling within the continental U.S. (work). Only time something like this has happened to me and I fly every week. Again, much to my surprise, I breezed thru security. Not sure if my TSA pre-check was the reason. I spent more time going thru security this past Sunday on the red-eye to NY than I did when I had no government issued id. Not to mention, so far this year, I cleared pre-check 100% of the time (again, I travel every week). I didn't clear pre-check last week Sunday the day sequestration started impacting FAA operations. Coincidence? Hmmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Braylon Edwards ‏@OfficialBraylon
    Don't ever lose your I'd then go to the airport. Too many questions.


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    I'm assuming he is using an IPhone that autocorrected him.

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