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  1. John Armstrong says:

    a one-page document that describes some, but not all, of the records that agents check

    Who wants to bet the undisclosed records include charitable donations? That check to the ACLU or the EFF means aid and comfort, my friend. Next up, party affiliation, browser cache…

    You see, these may be the fevered dreams of a modren paranoiac, or they may not. It doesn’t matter, because they don’t have to tell you what they’re looking at.

    Like Homer sez, “that’s not even Mexico”.

  2. Matt says:

    “…and what kind of meal they ordered.” Well, at least we don’t have to worry about this on domestic flights anymore. But it does make me wonder, are terrorists more likely to get the chicken or the beef? (We all know that the vegitarian meal is objectively pro-terrorist, but surely even the terrorists know that by now and so avoid it, too.)

  3. Adam says:

    I blogged last night about the difficulties a friend had in even commenting on the system. After reading about it on CNN, he spent 30 minutes trying to find how to submit comments. It seems the wrong docket number somehow made it into the Federal Register.

    Dear TSA, How Do We Contact Thee?

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