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15-10-2009, 12:51 PM #31
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Re: 'Naked' scanner
It is a very hard balance, the safety and the protection of liberties. I have to admit, I don't like the idea, for all my joking about it.
A much lesser example is the "search" at WDW. What a total waste. If I were going to bring a weapon of any sort into WDW I'd simply put it in my pocket. They don't search bodies just poke through your bags. Totally useless, and an invasion of privacy given the uselessness of it.
Airport screening is a bit better, but not much. I fly all the time as we all know. I can't tell you how sloppy many of the screeners are, and how untrained and uneducated with regard to the way things work now. Try to use a PDA version of an eticket and you will see quickly how useless those TSA people are. No use arguing with them, as they can't be taught. Once I was able to get the attention of a supervisor who set the worker right, but that was once in how many flights? All that to say I do not believe for one minute that these TSA people are efficiently or very effectively protecting our "skies." They get lucky once in awhile but that's it.
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