“…[T]ransportation officials are hoping for a smoother holiday travel season than 2010’s, when there was a near-revolt over what many passengers considered invasive electronic screening procedures at airport check-ins.”
Those “invasive … procedures” continue apace, though the TSA plays us for fools with its “Automated Target Recognition software that produces only a generic outline of a person instead of the [sic] their [sic — why do presumably rational writers pair a plural pronoun with a singular antecedent?] physical image…” Really? We have only the word of an agency that lies about everything, all the time, on that. No independent tests have confirmed that the porno-scanners no longer snap, store, and transmit naked pictures — and all while giving us a good dose of radiation.
If you ask me, I’d say it’s time for another revolt — and not a “near” one this time.9:27 pm on November 13, 2011 Email Becky Akers