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There were so many hilarious entries. There were quite a few that weren’t exactly fictional plots, but which were funny as hell, nonetheless. I’m planning on having every Monday from mid-December on devoted to the publication of a fictional terrorist … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who entered. I have a lot of great entries over here, which are going to make for some tough decisions. I’ll have the winners chosen and notified within the next 10 days. -NJR
I’ve received some great entries to the Plots We Imagine contest, which have made me smile and laugh. There’s still a damn good chance for anyone to step in and come out a winner; we’re not dealing with a New … Continue reading
This whole thing didn’t come as much of a surprise to me. It was inevitable that this would happen. As a TSA screener, I–we–had Active Shooter training at least once a year. We all knew that it would eventually happen. … Continue reading
Just a few weeks ago we had a TSA employee threatening passengers at LAX, and now we have a passenger killing a TSA employee at LAX. I’ll be back relatively soon with more on this.
I’ve hinted that I write for various publications and websites under various names. Today I have a piece published on Cracked.com, the granddaddy of Listicle Land, and it’s viral on Cracked, looking like it should pull down about a million … Continue reading
For most of the several years that I worked airport security for the Transportation Security Administration, it felt as though my primary, day-to-day function boiled down to plain old harassment of the flying public, in the service of maintaining the … Continue reading
Stories such as this one currently making the rounds come out every couple years so. Some minor somewhere sneaks onto a plane without a ticket, unaccompanied. In 2007 it was this case of another incredibly clever 9-year-old boy making it through … Continue reading
A lot of bad TSA apples getting arrested this week for things that are embarrassingly and diametrically opposed to the whole homeland security deal. Awkward. From the story: “David Alexander Diaz-Torres was arrested in Orlando, Florida on Friday for participating … Continue reading
…Because this other former TSA screener’s website is a real piece of work. I just spent 30 minutes clicking through this guy’s site– 30 minutes of my life I’ll never get back. Besides a complete lack of humor or anything … Continue reading