Monthly Archives: February 2014

Letter from a Passenger: I Made a Bagful of Peanut Butter Crackers and Was No Longer Considered a Terrorist Threat

I have a backlog of approximately 400 letters from airline passengers and airport security screeners in my inbox. I’m going to be posting several Letter Super-Packs soon, for those of you who have been with this site long enough to … Continue reading

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Fictional Terror Plot Wednesday: A Letter from 11-year-old Angie

Hi Officer Smith! My name’s Angie and I’m writing to you because my mommy told me to write you a letter saying thank you for protecting my aeroplane and for letting me take my shoes off at the airport now … Continue reading

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Letter from a Former TSA Agent: San Diego International Airport in the Spotlight

And we’re back, after that tumultuous coming out from anonymity phase I just went through. I’m going to resume business as usual with this site, for the most part. Up next we have a letter from Alexandra Epstein, a former … Continue reading

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I Was Mentioned on the Colbert Report Last Night

I’ve always respected Stephen Colbert, even though he leans a little too far to the left for my taste. Obviously, I’m going to have to update this blog’s “In the Media” page pretty soon, but as far as I’m concerned, … Continue reading

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The Fallout from Coming Out from Anonymity Begins

I have received a few pieces of e-mail from people claiming to be attorneys, ominously requesting that I get back to them. The tone of the messages: “You are in trouble.” I believe they’re people who are just trolling me. … Continue reading

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