With TSA's searches, there’s no limit on indignity for the flying public

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Sounds like a good column, too bad it's subscriber-only content ....

    Dallas Morning News: With TSA's searches, there’s no limit on indignity for the flying public

  2. LeeAnne

    LeeAnne Original Member

    Can't get to the story without being a paid subscriber. Can you possibly post the entire thing (giving appropriate attribution)? I don't know if that's allowed or not - but I'm not going to subscribe to a newspaper in Dallas.

    ETA: tried searching for it in other ways, but can't find the full article. There are some DOOZY comments that absolutely NEED an appropriate TUG response...is there anybody else who happens to subsribe to the Dallas News?
  3. TravelnMedic

    TravelnMedic Original Member

    what date was it published as this is one of the papers i get a hard copy of, i can clip and scan it.
  4. LeeAnne

    LeeAnne Original Member

    If you are a subscriber to the hard copy, you can access the online version by entering your subscriber info. The link indicates it was published yesterday (Oct. 31).
  5. TravelnMedic

    TravelnMedic Original Member

    Thank you leeAnne -- I will have to look up my bill but that paper is sitting on my desk, and it will be easier to scan and post then digging up the bill
  6. LeeAnne

    LeeAnne Original Member

    I don't think you need to look up the bill - all you need is your name, address, and whatever phone number is associated with your subscription. If you go to the link for the story, at the bottom there's a place for "subscribers" to register. The registration process only asks for that basic info, and then you'll be able to get the online version.

    Also, we need you to register so you can slap some sense into those "let the TSA do their job" commenters! :D (You have to be a registered subscriber to post comments...)

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