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Dec 29th 2010 1:06PM ROFL... Scott, your stuff just cracks me up.
Dec 8th 2010 2:04PM Total ewwwwwww....
Nov 30th 2010 11:10AM Okey-dokey, Dave.
Nov 19th 2010 12:37PM First of all, Andy... please learn to spell "liar". And, of YES THEY DO! You've obviously done very little traveling. A PAT-DOWN SEARCH on a female will always be conducted by a female TSA employee; wanding, however, is a non-contact security check, and I've been wanded by many male TSA employees over the years.. Don't be so rude on Gadling. It's unnecessary.
Nov 18th 2010 1:50PM @Em... REALLY?? I was just flabbergasted because I KNEW I had nothing on me, and seriously didn't know what else I could strip off. It was getting a little dicey there in Big D.
Nov 18th 2010 12:20PM Great song... but... I gotta say ~ back when the "TSA" first popped up, I had a DFW-Orlando trip scheduled. Got there by 6 am, and removed my shoes for my security check. Sadly, I kept setting off the "wand"... beep, beep, beep. I removed everything possible, short of my underwire bra. The half-dozing security guy kept wanding, but as I looked behind me, I saw a metal chair less than a foot from my left leg. When I mentioned perhaps that was the problem, I was told to BE QUIET!! He kept wanding until he couldn't figure out what the problem was. Then he confiscated my mascara. Dear gawd....
Nov 15th 2010 5:10PM I'm totally with Sabrina on this one!! I've lost count of how many flights I've taken over the years where it wasn't crying, per se, that was bothersome - it was the annoying child sticking it's fingers through the seats and grabbing my hair, or kicking my seat for an hour without cessation, or throwing his Happy Meal a row or two ahead because he's bored. The best children I saw were with a mother who came FULLY PREPARED, backpack full of games and toys and snacks (back when you could have snacks). WORST FLIGHT? Honestly, I sat immediately behind 3 20-something British men who were loud, obnoxious, and almost jammed my knee when one of them knocked his seat back to catch some ZZZ's cross-Atlantic. I couldn't move, I couldn't stand up... and he behaved as though he were oblivious. I was floored by his boorish behavior.
Nov 9th 2010 10:24AM And... what if my mother turned out to be watching?? I don't care how old you get, that's still creepy.
Nov 5th 2010 4:38PM Angela, can't say as I agree with you and that was a bit of a snarky response. Gadling is a happy place.