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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Here. Essentially, the following line of logic is what the TSA expects you to believe. I’ll just lay this out and let you draw your own conclusions. I guess I would be annoyed that they expect millions of people to … Continue reading
As a TSA screener, the second most daunting situation (right behind foot odor) that one faces on a day-to-day basis, is, of course, not the existential threat of terrorism. It is the moment in which a cat owner begins attempting … Continue reading
In case any of you haven’t heard, the TSA did, in fact, find guns— the same ones that have been such a hot topic in the media lately for unfortunate reasons. Coincidence? — with their 8 billion dollar annual budget, … Continue reading
One of the most common things a TSA screener hears from passengers on a day-to-day basis is: “Oh! I know what it is!” This is usually said in regard to an alarm on the walk-thru metal detector, an anomaly on … Continue reading
Fair and Balanced TSA Discussion, Part 1: How Long Until the TSA is Complicit in Ruining Disney World and All Childhood Memories for America?
(img) I try to be a reasonable person, I really do. I have come here to discuss the TSA, not to be alarmist about it. The TSA gets slammed in the media enough. After all, how many other government agencies … Continue reading
(img) Brandee writes: Ever since I was a teenager I have experienced bag searches, additional screenings, pat downs – the whole nine yards – every single time I fly. I am an American but had residency in England while living … Continue reading