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    Security scares

    Latest news tell us about a gun found at a Baltimore airport, which managed to pass through security. Probably some hapless guy forgot to leave his saturday night at home, or he took it in his carry-on luggage because he needed to use it right away at destination. To fetch a cab, like. Apparently, he was through security already, but the owner wasn't found. Probably he didn't put it in his shoes, or inside a shampoo bottle. That would have made it easier to find.
    Whatever the case, two terminals of the airports were shut down for a while, and everybody else put through security. Again. Just in case that AK-47 or the odd M-60 hadn't been spotted, and another person would have been stupid enough to have it in their carry-ons, instead of inside checked luggage, as any decent person does. I really feel safer. Well, not that much safer. For good measure, all airports should have been shut down all over the world. And everybody gone through security called at home, and made them go through security. Again. That would have made me feel safer. Really.
    Hope it does not take us to extreme measures.

    2006-09-22 17:50 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in

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