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This is wonderful. I just loved it.
Very, very funny! And the sad thing, it is so true! When I travel, I always watch the security guards. Most time because I think they are unnecessarily unfriendly to the passengers.
One thing to remember is that it wasn’t TSA’s fault about the x-mas day bombing. The guy was screened in Amsterdam, by their security team. Their failure had nothing to do with TSA. TSA also had nothing to do with the fact that the guy received a visa to the US and was allowed to be on the flight in the first place…
But I do agree that they over react to the little things.
Poor Junior! This was awesome!!
You are right that the blame is on the Dutch security regarding the x-mas day guy . If you ever go to Amsterdam, pay attention to the Dutch security employees when you go back to the USA. Here they overdo it, there they should chat less and be more serious. The agency that takes care of visa applications has done a poor job.