Monthly Archives: March 2013

Letter from a Passenger: Keep on Trucking, NJR.

Frank writes in: I just wanted to send a quick note to urge you not to give up your blog just yet.  Take time away from it as often as you need, but I feel that it is a very … Continue reading

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This Blog is About Knitting Needles Now.

Sorry, guys, but it appears that’s just how it is. I guess it was almost inevitable that a blog about the TSA would careen out of control into pedantic fussing at one point or another. I have become all that I … Continue reading

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Letters from Passengers: On the Great Big Teeny Tiny Knife Debacle.

Some readers have sent in some good points. Com writes in: Just a heartfelt shriek from here out in userland that what the TSA  really needs to allow is MORE THAN THREE OUNCES OF WATER. Or shampoo. Or whatever. Honestly, … Continue reading

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On the TSA Allowing Teeny Tiny Knives Aboard Planes, Part II.

The “scandal” continues. Several people, including Charlies Schumer, have managed to bring up one valid point in regard to the TSA’s new policy on small folding knives and sporting goods: it may lead to screeners standing around on airport checkpoints … Continue reading

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On the TSA Allowing Teeny Tiny Pocket Knives Back On Planes

Not too long ago, I gently hinted that the TSA, as we’ve endured it since its inception, is actually sort of our own damn fault, when it really comes down to it; an enormous, bumbling, passively-securing Frankenstein’s monster that we, … Continue reading

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