# Yes - I will make alternate travel plans to avoid intrusive security scans and patdowns (96%, 57,880 Votes)
# No - It is a necessary procedure to ensure terror plots are thwarted (2%, 1,498 Votes)
# Undecided (2%, 828 Votes)
I did contact him:BG_Atl said:Senate sub-committee meeting...
We should prolly contact Johnny :righton:
I just threw up a little bit in my mouth.FallschirmjÃ¤ger said:
I'll have you know that I resent that, sir.Aberk said:
I've mentioned in other threads that my family has gone from taking a couple flights a year to two flights this decade. If we can reasonably drive (flights were to France and for an Alaskan cruise, longest drive was Cape Cod), I do.seereus said:My mother and 3 of her friends for the past years, have taken 3 trips a year to Vegas, now they just drive to the Silver Star Casino.
Vegas has lost quite a few thousand $ because of the TSA bs, and so have the airlines.
Myself and the wife love to cruise, however we will no longer book out of the Port of Miami because we are not going to drive that far, nor submit to being groped or scanned.
I am so totally 100% on board with this idea. If one MUST fly, opt out and then let them find out what's underneath.FallschirmjÃ¤ger said: