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- Confession #7: The Most Awkward Moment for a TSA Screener.
- The Insider's TSA Dictionary
- Letter from a Passenger: Brandee Always Gets Picked for Random Screening.
- Letter From a Passenger: "What Really Happens in the TSA Private Room?"
- Letter from a Passenger: I Made a Bagful of Peanut Butter Crackers and Was No Longer Considered a Terrorist Threat
- Confession #8: The One Way in Which the TSA Really Takes Care of its Screeners.
- TSA Chief Orders Random Cell Phone Checks to Get Director of National Intelligence to Notice Him
- On The TSA's Annual Recertification System
- Confession #6: No, You Don't Know What It Is.
- Letter from a Former TSA Agent: San Diego International Airport in the Spotlight
- @FisherBurton @CipherKnot @John_Hempton I had Jay Watson on-faculty during studies, also a Faulkner/McCarthy guy. N… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Jas0nharringt0n 1 day ago
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Monthly Archives: February 2014
Imaginary Terror Plot: 2nd Place Winner (Though This One is Based on a True Story): A TSA Agent Heroically Saves a Grandmother from Explosives-laced Cash, Without Even Telling Her
Note: The following is one of the winners of the first annual Imaginary Plots contest I held a few months ago, submitted by a grandmother who asked to go by G.G. She used her submission to transform her allegedly true … Continue reading
I’ve been blown away by the number of amazing entries to this site’s new Tumblr, When the Terrorists Won. From “The Terrorists Won the Day Penguins Had to Walk Through a Metal Detector” to “The Terrorists Won Even in Australia.” I encourage … Continue reading
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Hi. I have several TSA misadventures, thankfully never detained. (Knocking on my wooden head.) Once at O’Hare on way to Cleveland, I had TSA agents hold up my luggage because they discovered *gasp* my vibrators. The one, a bright green with … Continue reading
Over the past year-and-a-half, I’ve received a lot of email from people sharing the moment they first realized that the terrorists had won. To this end, I have started a Tumblr to serve as a repository for people’s memories of … Continue reading
I moved to Oaxaca, Mexico in 2003 after quitting my job at Sandia National Laboratories after 9/11 took things in a different direction and dried up much of the work my department was doing. At one point was involved in … Continue reading