Monthly Archives: January 2014

Piece Up on Politico: I’m No Longer Anonymous

Click here to read, wherein I reveal the full story behind this blog. My name is Jason Edward Harrington. I am working on a novel based on my time at the TSA. I am on Twitter here.

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I’m Coming Out from Anonymity Soon

I’ve always wanted to drop the anonymity cloak; I finally found a good opportunity. Stay tuned.

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Big Changes Are Likely Coming to This Site

A few months ago I said that this blog, in its current form, would only last so long. It’s looking as though the end is near for this incarnation of the site. All the archives will remain, of course, the … Continue reading

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TSA Story Wednesday: A Military Veteran Shares His TSA Experience

I recently held a Plots We Imagine the TSA Protected Us From Today contest. For the next couple months I’m going to be posting the entries I received every Wednesday, or every other Wednesday, if I forget to do it … Continue reading

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Letter from a Passenger: The Question of Photography in Security Areas

Max wrote in: At the C-2 checkpoint at EWR in the U.S., I saw a sign I had not seen anywhere before. It said (and I’m paraphrasing): “Some screening procedures at this checkpoint are not allowed to be photographed or videotaped. Please cease photography if requested by … Continue reading

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Imaginary Plot: Investigators Discover Terrorists’ Potion-Brewing System

Submitted by Terry It was hard to find a copy that wasn’t marked “SSI,” but I finally found an unmarked copy of the official TSA Liquids Confiscation Guide.  Once you take a look at it, it’s pretty obvious why they … Continue reading

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