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Wow, thanks for this info Karlene. Very interesting...ReplyDelete
Hard to see here, but when you can read it... it is. But I always wonder who did the study and how was it slanted. Thanks for comment!ReplyDelete
I don't fly commercially much (I need to take more trips!) but the last time I went, SEA TSA had their new "naked scope" there, but they didn't even use it. Nobody saw me naked or groped me. I was curious to see what would happen, but nothing more than other times.ReplyDelete
Tom, many of the cities are using them...some it's an option. I'm glad you didn't get groped. Unless you were disappointed. Just those of us with bionic parts who beep get groped.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great info, Karlene. I wonder about its development, too, given all the controversy on this subject.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comment Linda. I'm thinking that sometimes data gets produced to prove a thesis.ReplyDelete
No, I wasn't disappointed. I was just prepared to be humiliated then felt a sense of relief when all they did was verify my ID and make sure my laptop really was a laptop.ReplyDelete
I did once get a full search years ago, I was just the random person in the line. I was flying standby on a buddy pass with a pilot friend. But that was before groping was in style. :-P
This morning groping was kinder and gentler.. No crotch touching.ReplyDelete