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bettyellen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-17-11 12:28 PM
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20. the focus on airports doesn't seem myopic to most NYers I am afraid
I'm just sorry all the out of towners who jumped on the "it happened to all of us" bandwagon nine years ago now regret it.
i fly frequently enough and notice dimwitted drunk or exhausted people ignoring signs and explainations of procedures all the time. The line comes to a halt. They have to be constantly reminded, and they annoy me, not the agaents.
And expecting them to watch over who put which cell phone into which basket, seriously? How in the world would they do their own jobs?
I wish they would limit this security to major hubs myself, but it really amazes me that so many would be happy to do without. Easy for them to say.
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