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Ever unpack your bags when you get home after a trip and find
of those courtesy notices that some unidentified TSA agent has
inspected the contents of your bag for security purposes? It's
than a bit creepy and unsettling to think that some faceless
officer has been
poking through your undies without your
all in the name of supposedly preventing terrorism.
A carefully concealed video camera in your suitcase, set to
automatically start recording as soon as the case is opened, would
least you know what, exactly, it is that they're doing with your
back there, and who, exactly, is doing it.
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||Perhaps also a jack-in-the-box.
||Well, there you go giving away my /next/ idea. I was
going to post it, but I decided that three TSA related
ideas at once was excessive
||I've never found them. Either my luggage is above
suspicion, or they just don't bother to leave notes.
||//We're talking about the TSA here, not Skilcraft.//
||The main difference being that Skilcraft employs the
||I keed, I keed. The truth is I have no[thing but] respect for
the [brave] men and women of the  TSA.
||Actually, [Max]'s luggage may not legally be unpacked by
anyone without a permit to handle weapons-grade