A few months ago, my daughter and three-year-old grandson flew from ORD to ORF (my home), and I was fairly unnerved to see my grandson sporting a "junior TSA" stick-on shield on his little shirt. After the customary hug and greeting, I asked him about his new badge. I said, "Do you know what TSA stands for?" He shook his head, NO. I said, "It stands for, Thousands Standing Around." He smiled. His mother immediately corrected me and explained to the child that the TSA were like policemen to help people at airports. I was a little miffed to see that the next generation (the 30-somethings) are so ready to lay down and do EXACTLY what they're told by this highly uneducated and untrained organization. By the time this grandson of mine is in his 30s, he and his generation won't have any idea the words "warrant-less search" even mean. So what does TSA stand for? The first major breech in our fourth amendment rights, and with perhaps many more to follow. After all, if they can search your body without just cause, searching your house is a lot less invasive. The other one I've heard is, "Trained Sexual Assaultants" which also has a nice ring... Any others?