go through security.
I havea neck chain that I wear that has a car key, a dogtag and a P-38 can opener on it.
The TSA guy examined it, hesitated for a second, eyed the P-38 and handed it back to me.
This leaves me with a question.
Are we returning to a little common sense? Or did TSA goof up and hire someone that does have a little common sense?
Who knows. It's geetting scary.
A few years back I tried to get a TB test read at a Philly hospital and there was a security guy there and I had to go through a metal detector, etc.
I was denied entrance because of a simple bullet on my key ring.
Not the entire cartridge, just the bullet. It was a harmless inert object.
When I argued, I was had to listen to a "Don't you see, Man? It's a SYMBOL of something, You See?"
I saw, all right. I saw a complete idiot.
It made me think that if I was really chewed up and bleeding all over hell, they wouldn't admit me if I had, for example, a Guns and Roses tattoo.
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