Village idiot John Halinski is sticking his head up again ... Federal News Radio: TSA's 'plays' keep terrorists guessing The Transportation Security Administration is taking on terrorist threats like an offensive coordinator in football takes on an opposing defense. TSA hopes to create unpredictability in the security measures it uses, with the agency detailing 120 "plays" in a playbook for officials to use randomly. "We know terrorists study us and shape their attacks based on our procedures and methods," said John Halinski, TSA's deputy administrator during a speech at the sixth annual conference on security analysis and risk management sponsored by the Security Analysis and Risk Management Association and George Mason University's Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security in Arlington, Va. "The 120 plays are based on specific threat streams. We base the play on what threat we are seeing or trying to address." The use of a playbook is part of the way TSA is using a risk management approach in its mission. Playbook? Do they have recess, too?