ihavenodefiningpoint7 karma2016-05-13 16:21:38 UTC
I don't know if you've seen the video on the font page right now of the security line at Chicago O'Hare Midway, but a lot of comments were raised about such a long queue of people posing a easy target for terrorists. My question is: do you think there is (/what do you think would be) a better way of screening people that would avoid large crowds that could (potentially) be easily attacked?
EDIT: Chicago Midway + here is the link if you didn't see it: https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/4j3ld8/tsa_security_line_at_chicago_midway_right_now_are/
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ihavenodefiningpoint4 karma2018-05-06 22:47:16 UTC
After that many hours on trails by yourself in your own thoughts, are there things you think about more often than others, or do you just stop thinking about things (outside of the immediate, of course)?
ihavenodefiningpoint1 karma2016-05-13 16:25:51 UTC
Another question, I heard that some airports are threatening to start using a private security firm because of tsa wait times: do you think that this would improve wait times and safety?
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