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.
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