Even the loveliest look lumpy, especially in those undergarments designed to lift and smooth. Spanx is not our friend and underwire makes every blip and bulge light up like gristle on a bone... To address the superficial: The images are not porn, and we all look bad. Every body sags or poofs out somewhere.
Which brings us to the wider problem with the TSA blog: it doesn't really seem to be providing the kind of two-way feedback we were originally hoping for. Instead it seems more like another outlet for press releases, albeit one where the writer tries extra-hard to be informal and on the level with readers.
In between posts pleading with readers for feedback, the blog has reminded readers that fake hand grenades aren't allowed on planes and that Clear customers can get bent for all anyone at TSA cares. That they do have time for.
An explanation for why anyone can create two boarding passes and use the fake one to avoid the No Fly List and the real one to boardthat issue is however not getting the explanation it needs.
We can't wait for the TSA Facebook app, because surely hat's the next consultant-approved step, right? It's going to be awesome: "click here to share how TSA took away your deodorant but let you board with your knife," "Your Friend has given you a gift to replace the one TSA took out of your luggage," etc.
· New Imaging Technology at Cleveland Hopkins Airport [The TSA Blog]
· TSA Coverage [Jaunted]
· Porn Coverage [Jaunted]