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October 23, 2007

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Jamie Giannini

Good post Andrew, but in fairness to the screeners they are only human beings. We all know there will never be perfection and a lot of what these screeners missed includes bomb PARTS that COULD be used to make a bomb; not a box that says TNT on it. These are not nearly as obvious as an actual bomb. Also, how good would you be at spotting bomb residue on shoelaces? Times have changed, and you're correct that security must adapt, but how about we include some more money in the security budget for better detection devices as parts become harder and harder to detect?

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