When you build an industry based on compliance and FUD, is it any wonder that success in that business is hard to come by? It seems as though the TSA rules on what you can bring on board are clear. Yet this guy gets through with what appears to be a club, and my tiny Swiss Army nail clippers would practically make me a felon.
- RT @AdContrarian: Today's Newsletter: TRASH MEDIA AND TRASH TECH createsend.com/t/d-BB9D61A254…/ / 4 hours ago
- RT @neilturkewitz: @kylotan The scale issue is deceptive at both ends of the spectrum. If your site is so big that you can’t operate it saf…/ / 11 hours ago
- RT @bessbell: If you think a mask takes away your freedom you’re going to HATE a coffin./ / 12 hours ago
- RT @jason_kint: ps @eggerton @MultiNews next time you’re covering advertisers voicing perspective of publishers on what is best for journal…/ / 12 hours ago
- RT @jason_kint: I strongly agree the marketing community is welcome to voice their positions but I’m fairly certain if @AGBecerra @RepAdamS…/ / 12 hours ago
- RT @dmarti: "Facebook has a team of 350 people working to develop and enforce its Dangerous Individual and Organizations policy." 350 FTE…/ / 12 hours ago
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