The following is a true story. The names have not been changed because everyone is innocent.
I am preparing to walk through the TSA scanner in the Baltimore airport. The TSA agent waves me through and as I emerge from the other side the alert buzzer sounds and the TSA agent loudly announces “Randomly Selected!”
I am ushered back out and around to a Full Body Scanner. I am waived into the scanner, put my hands over my head as instructed, and asked if my pockets are empty. I say yes.
This is a lie. Continue reading “Case of the Overly Familiar TSA Agent”
We have a lot to say. And now, with social media, we have a way to say it to the world. What an incredible privilege to live in a time when technology has made that possible.
But just because something is ‘possible’ doesn’t make it admirable….or productive.
Continue reading “Mr. McMulti-Tasker”
You will not believe this story.
I was in the middle of an exceptionally heavy travel season at work. I’m talking about being on the road for the better part of the month for several months in a row. It was rather exhausting.
Then one night I was getting off a flight somewhere in America (not home, I think it was Charlotte) and I reached into the overhead bin for my bag….only to discover that some “jack-wagon” had taken my bag by mistake! Continue reading “Bag Stealin’ Jack-Wagon!”
I met a gentleman of maybe 60 years of age on a Southwest Airlines flight flying home to Houston from somewhere. He was from Guatemala as I recall. His English was not so good but good enough for us to talk through most of a two hour flight. Continue reading “Balancing Cheesecake and SW Airlines Jesus”