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Travel Time: Ukraine…

I get to keep my shoes on. I get to keep my belt on. I can carry a bottle of water aboard the jet. I don’t have my liquid Nitro spray thrown away. I don’t get molested. Only one metal detector and about 10 minutes thru the line. No one thinks we are terrorists and no one treats us as such. Border patrols say thank you and how may I help you and have a nice day…

I feel human and free…

Love to travel on this side of the world…



  1. blackseabrew June 20, 2012


  2. Ana June 21, 2012

    Congressman On Recent Flight: TSA Patted Down Child, Little Old Lady; Ignored Man In Arab Garb

    The Hill reports: “I walked through … right behind me there was a grandmother — little old lady, and she was was patted down,” Rep. Paul Broun (R-Georgia) said on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal.”

    “Right behind her was a little kid who was patted down. And then right behind him was a guy in Arabian dress who just walked right through. Why are we patting down grandma and kids?”

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