I’m probably looking at 800 to a thousand people up and down the concourse at both Atlanta and Salt Lake airports. I doubt if there is a single one of them that paid the same price for their seat as the person who will be sitting next to them.
People who come home with a cold after a vacation often blame their fellow passengers on the plane — but as it turns out, it’s actually airports that are probably the culprits. And some are worse than others.
There is nothing quite like being catapulted 40,000 feet into the air and feeling the effects of a high pressure, high altitude beer buzz while being shuttled at top speed across the great American skies.
Hundreds of travelers at New York’s JFK Airport who’d already gone through security screenings were forced to do the unthinkable — get in line and do it all over again. It happened Saturday when it was discovered that one of the TSA agents didn’t know his metal detector had been unplugged all morning.
As Bozeman was the first to incorporate the full body scanners in Montana, we should be celebrating the new security right? The new TSA body scanners were put into place to improve efficiency and heighten airline security. What if you were told these devices are actually easier to bypass than a metal detector? Where is the fair trade off of privacy for security then? This short YouTube video demonstrates how to easily sneak metallic objects through the scanners.
One of my best memories when we moved to Montana in 1989 was our first trip to "Old Faithful" on a snowmobile, 23 years later those memories for future generations might be gone. Time is running out for public comment on what you would like to see happen in YNP.
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