So you've heard the news.
Starting today, when you get to the airport, it's going to be even more annoying.
All luggage will be searched, or at least could be — anyone's, anytime.
Which could — and likely will — mean even longer waits and even more frustrated travelers.
Annoying. Frustrating. Maddening.
But you know what? I can live with it. Mainly because I want to live.
Trust me, I don't like indifferent guards rifling through my stuff or telling me to take off my shoes. But if I had a choice between that and some nut getting on a plane, I'll take the wait.
Life has changed, my friends. And anyone who tells you it will get back to the way it was, is giving you a line. Unless they're telling you about lines — long lines. You'll still have them.
But again, I say OK. Because I'd rather be inconvenienced and alive, than conveniently dead.
Friends in Israel tell me that's just the way it is over there.
Now I understand that's just the way it is, over here.
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