Who remembers being able to go all the way to an airport gate without having a ticket or showing an ID? With every “crisis“ comes the loss of more personal freedom.

3:35 PM · Aug 1, 2021

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But Paul, think of all the lives that have been saved, hijackings blocked, and terror attacks the TSA have thwarted... Oh wait... NOT A SINGLE ONE #AbolishTheTSA
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Replying to @paullinator
Got to love the false sense of security and longer lines.
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We would take our young sons to watch the airplanes land and take off just for fun. Good times...
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the everyone-take-your-shoes-off-and-put-them-in-the-x-ray-machine one was the total
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Still don't get why they can't x-ray my shoes.
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Replying to @paullinator
When I was a kid we'd walk my cousins to the gate. When I'd fly down there my Aunt would meet me at the gate So much easier and safer. You didn't have to worry about TSA being inappropriate or stealing your stuff. The world was much better without them
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Replying to @paullinator
The idea that humans can make an enviroment that is 100% safe is ludacris. Life comes with risks and giving up freedom does not change that fact.
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Replying to @paullinator
The oppression is daunting :( I’m considering writing a book about it called, “Long Terminal to Freedom.” Will you help ghostwrite?
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Replying to @paullinator
Hey, I flew to Tasmania without my parents at age ten, got to go into the cockpit, hold the steering controls and got a "TAA Junior Flyers' Club" pin.
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For those who have no idea what airline TAA was, it was an airline that existed before you were born! ;)
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