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Rifles vs. Nail Clippers: The Airport Security Story of the Week

By Doug Powers  •  November 23, 2010 11:19 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

No more calls please — we have a winner! Erick Erickson at Red State relays a story from somebody returning to the US from Afghanistan on a military charter not long ago that might prompt Zucker & Abrahams to sue the TSA for copyright infringement.

Read it here and then come back.

It doesn’t have as much to do with groped junk or the X-Posed Johnson 5000™ full body scanner as it does with good, old fashioned bureaucracy in action.

Speaking of Zucker & Abrahams, the above story reminds me a little bit of this scene from Airplane II:

**Written by Doug Powers

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