I have double total knee replacements. I can go through the scope, and still get the pat-down. The scope (if it is as advertised) shows what is on the surface of the body, so the "metal detector" alarm remains unresolved. There are millions of Americans with joint replacements and with the aging population will have more every day. And every day they travel, they are abused. I have a question and a proposal. 1. How can we find an attorney willing to take on such a case? 2. Is there some way to have a day of action where everyone has a penny or two in their pockets. For most folks, that will mean they have to exit the metal detector, empty pockets, and go through again. But it would be enough (if everyone did it) to convince the TSA they might be in trouble. I mean... let's be passive aggressive about this. We have to participate in their charade, but we don't have to do it right each time. God knows the TSA can't follow their own rules, so why should we (perfectly) follow theirs?