Some people who are unlucky in love have resorted to satisfying themselves with purchased services.
TSA now offers a service for those who like to expose themselves……. the full body scanner guarantees a captive audience.
Also there is the standard pat down for those who like a bit of light personal service.
A more vigorous form of stimulation is now available (since October) called the “resolution pat down” if one prefers heavier physical contact with more attention given to the private parts.
These services can be provided in conjunction with short flights for quite a bit less money than one might pay in the the urban areas for clean, professional stimulation.
These obvious facts point towards a tax payer supported industry which will service a regular clientele of fliers who OPT IN for special sexual services at BARGAIN rates. An airline ticket and a bit of metal apparel to ring the alarm are the only requirements for admission to the TSA Relaxation Center.
You didn’t think your taxes would be at work this way, DID you!?
November 24th is national opt out day, your opportunity to decline the body scanners at the airport, by going for the pat down, or finding an alternate mode of transportation.
Be prepared for clogged airport security checks during the holiday season as more and more people take the less convenient option of a pat down, and cork up the works.
As for Pharmer’s family…… we bought an RV. No recreational flying for us is in the near future. Maybe economic circumstances, or the availability of cheap RVs will help you make a similar decision. Maybe the trains and buses will have booming business.
It won’t be good for airline business if people choose other modes of travel in order to dodge air travel as much as possible. Maybe they’ll be inspired to lobby hard for changes in the Transportation Security Administration’s flash and grope policy.
You see….. Janet Napolitano had a policy promulgated within the Transportation Security Administration which limited Internet Access.
Most interestingly, sites which conveyed “controversial opinions” were to be blocked, among others which might be expected to be blocked at work for productivity’s sake. Acess to gaming sites, and chat rooms was cut off. For your amusement: Porn sites were not included among those blocked at the TSA. Perhaps it is felt that they engendered some form of productivity.
This internet censorship was blared out at the Drudge Report and in innumerable conservative blogs, to the extent that Napolitano rescinded the policy. Read up!