Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Mar 12, 2012.
Best laugh I've had all day! Thanks, Nachtnebel!
Any time there is a blog post that does not necessarily pertain specifically to screening or TSA, it is something of that nature. This year we have had the Otter piece, last year we had the Veterans Day, 9/11 pieces. Any of the stories we post that are not written just for the rules or regs, but about the surrounding story then include the regs - I consider to be more of a human interest type writeup. We also do pieces in some cases providing assistance or links to help during times of emergency (Hurricane Irene and Haiti Earthquake). 99% of our posts are tied to TSA (or DHS) in some way, but many times the story is not focused on the regs, it is focused on the event.
OK, so when it the TSA blog going to start living up to its claim of "This blog is sponsored by the Transportation Security Administration to facilitate an ongoing dialogue on innovations in security, technology and the checkpoint screening process"?
Last I heard dialogue was a two way activity.
The only dialogue TSA wants to hear is the echo chamber and the yes men.
Example: That Other Site.
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