Thursday, June 09, 2005

Fluffy Bunny Blogging
Posted by Sam at 10:33 PM

Well, here I am. On a plane to Georgia. I'm off to visit my little sister, her fiance, and their puppy.

I do enjoy traveling and flying, however this morning's events were just slightly off-putting. Apparently, I'm on the exclusive "National Do Not Fly List." Or maybe one notch beneath that anyway. While detained at the baggage check, I was told that I've been flagged as a potential threat. Great.

How did I get on that list? perhaps? I know the controversial things we discuss here at sambot are... well, controversial. I mean things like footwear, coffee, audio cassettes... I knew my hard-hitting, muckraking, blog style would lead to my demise. From now on, it's nothing but fluffy bunny blogging for me.

The rest of the morning was mostly uneventful. Aside from the stripping down to almost nothing for the amusement of the security/x-ray/metal detector people, the voyage has been smooth sailing.

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HEHE, remember on the way to Cali. you got stopped at the first check point, and then while boarding the plane, they pulled you to the side and had you strip again.

Comment By Anonymous on June 10, 2005 10:58 AM

2 stories of that? Well, either he's woefully unlucky, really a threat, or he is calling ahead requesting the "full treatment".

Given that his other post is about his feelings of Apple going over to Intel chips, I'm likely to guess the first...but...maybe the last...

Comment By Blackwatch on June 10, 2005 2:18 PM

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