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Sweetragnarok489 karma

heya, just saw you in Dailymail.

Were you aware there was a news crew in front f you or were you like F this, Im hungry?

How did you become part of the hearing?

Sweetragnarok375 karma

NICE on that open to the public thing. How long did you have to wait and what were the restrictions? Like no camera rule or NDA stuff.

Sweetragnarok236 karma

As a former receptionist, is your technology aim to replace or aid office assistants in their jobs?

Sweetragnarok32 karma

Have so many questions to ask so I'll make mines count

  • If you had a chance will you consider doing a super hero movie? If yes what DC/Marvel character would you love to direct?

  • What is your favorite horror film?

  • There are a lot of Anime/Japanese and Korean Manga stories that will be great to do as a movie (example: Akira/ Ghost in a Shell). Is this something you would consider doing?

  • If you were to show a friend/fan round who has never been to France or any favorite place in the world, what little known cafe, restraurant or area would you say they should check out?

Sweetragnarok30 karma

This happened to me around a year and half ago. I do annual trips to Asia almost routinely. During one of my flights for the first time I got a ballistic screening by the TSA agent. I didnt know if I set the agent off, I had my laptop on my backpack and didnt hear her say remove it on time and was very very sleepy... but I went through the procedure for having patted down and sent to a corner to get my hands checked. I complied and went on my way.

However on the next TSA checkpoint it happened all over again. I asked the agent and the agent said I had a "code" in my ticket, which was a Delta ticket that says I needed extra security check.

I dont think Im at risk at all. Is this Code being given at random? I dont mind complying but it is kinda embarassing having it done where ppl can see me and a bit of a hassle when you need to catch your gate/flight departure. (Yey LAX/SFO TSA long lines)

Also Im seriously considering now doing TSA Pre to speed up my next check. Lately no matter how early I get to an airport the TSA lines are really getting longer.

However, I hear that having a TSA Pre Check doesnt necessarily sped up your check in. Is this true? I overheard this back in Feb when I was in line at SFO and a person with TSA pre was told to line up still with the rest of the non pre passengers.