What's wrong with U.S. airport security?
One pilot says TSA agents are like 'mall cops who engage in a form of theater that suggests security but doesn't deliver'
By Daniel Rubin
The Philadelphia Inquirer
PHILADELPHIA — Did a little flying over vacation with the bionic woman, and I'm happy to report that our TSA experience at the airport in Philadelphia was an uneventful drive-through.
My wife's titanium hip set off alarms. They wanded and patted her down. She had no complaints.
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