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- Confession #3: The Things They Ran Through the X-ray
- The Insider's TSA Dictionary
- Confession #7: The Most Awkward Moment for a TSA Screener.
- Article in The Guardian
- TSA Story Wednesday: A Military Veteran Shares His TSA Experience
- On The TSA's Annual Recertification System
- For TSA Employees/Passengers
- Confession #1: All the Airport's a Security Stage.
- Letter from a Passenger: Brandee Always Gets Picked for Random Screening.
- Letter from a Passenger: I Made a Bagful of Peanut Butter Crackers and Was No Longer Considered a Terrorist Threat
- RT @jeansvaljeans: Story of my life http://t.co/gV9vEnrl0nJas0nharringt0n 11 hours ago
- @jeansvaljeans I'm here to help.Jas0nharringt0n 11 hours ago
- @jeansvaljeans Actually, this can't be the story of your life: That's not you who wrote the book-- it's "Rebecca," and you're "Rebekah."Jas0nharringt0n 12 hours ago
- Super editor @sullduggery made me snortlaugh when I saw he found this: youtube.com/watch?v=FlIdKQ… to illustrate a point I made about air travelJas0nharringt0n 2 days ago
Monthly Archives: November 2012
The Transportation Security Administration often likes to give you a weekly photo-laden rundown of things that passengers have accidentally left in their carry-ons, mostly intended to give the impression that they are successfully combating some sort of existential threat to … Continue reading
Jennifer from Columbus asks: “I always opt out of the full body scanners, and I sometimes feel as though the TSA screeners are sort of punishing me for it, like taking their sweet time with everything to purposely try to … Continue reading