Category Archives: TSA Today

Three Times Dumb

With all the logged air travel, I have developed a methodical system to make the passing of our beloved security less of a nuisance. Part of my regimen requires me to take out my needle box, as it has been … Continue reading

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TSA Today

Due to the fact that I am frequently disgruntled, and many times confused, by the inconsistencies of the Transportation Security Administration, and being that I would consider myself an expert on security process as I have flown more than 150 … Continue reading

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The Pen: An Insiders Look at the NEW W.M.D.s

Having logged 258 flights in 2007, I would credit myself an avid flier, or as the newly concocted security lane I frequent suggests; an expert traveler. I have expressed much concern apropos of the abortive rule of the TSA. One … Continue reading

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A Passage In Passing by Graham Funke

After many varied attempts in ending the rule of my alarm clock this morning, I found this in my email inbox. Enjoy. William Holden by Graham Funke The TSA screener was not watching his output. He ran the conveyor belt … Continue reading

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The Bucket Stops Here

Here are some facts: • There are 73 international airports in the United States. • There is an average of 30 metal detectors in each airport – but as we all know usually there is more empty security lanes then … Continue reading

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Total Recall

Here is a recent clipping from Time Magazine, giving a heads-up to frequent flyers, like myself: If a TSA agent wants to see my cock, all they have to do is ask; I’m not shy. And there’s no need to … Continue reading

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Being Watched

HERE is the reason I am on the TSA watch list… …amogst other things.

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No Shirt, No Shoes, No Dice

Here is a clipping from a recent TIME Magazine: With success ratios like these, it makes me wonder why I am forced to remove my shoes and endure that funky carpet every time I go through airport security. You are … Continue reading

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