Airport Security Alternatives


Jason Kuznicki

Jason Kuznicki is a research fellow at the Cato Institute and contributor of Cato Unbound. He's on twitter as JasonKuznicki. His interests include political theory and history.

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  1. “because the apparent totality of it suggests security”

    This might be the most insightful thing I’ve read about this; sort of like the desparate desire to believe that crushing a child’s testicles would make a jihadist reveal exactly where he had hidden the dirty bomb, plus his entire network of terrorist fellows.

    Side note: My family and I just flew out of San Diego “don’t touch my junk” Airport. I didn’t get picked for the backscatter machine, but I did get a full body pat-down, except the pad-down stopped at my waist. I am utterly baffled as to what that was supposed to accomplish.Report

    • Avatar Mark Boggs in reply to Tony Comstock says:

      Maybe you looked easily aroused and they decided to stop beofre they reached your erogenous zones. I always muster up a raging hard-on during the pat-downs and this seems to stave off further intrusions.Report