Re: [93attendees] pocket knife in Prague

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Sat, 11 July 2015 17:44 UTC

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delaying you is airport security's main tactic for knives, bottle
openers, sex toys, confiture, and anything else they don't like (or if
they just don't like you).  when i have a long time before or between
flights, i occasionally amuse myself by letting it play out, asking for
a supervisor, ...  it is amusing when they realize they are hoist by
their own petard (excuse english idiom badly stolen from french).

randy