For all of you unlucky bastards who have to fly this Thanksgiving, here are a few tips to make your travel less painful:
- The new full-body scanners are safe, according to experts.
- If you opt out of the full-body scan, you will be subjected to an “enhanced” pat-down procedure.
- Every TSA officer has received 8 to 12 hours of training on the enhanced pat-down.
- If PDA freaks you out, you can choose to have the enhanced pat-down in private.
- Snow globes are not allowed on the plane.
- You can download David Choi’s “Please Don’t Touch My Junk” for free to listen to while you’re stuck in that horrible, junk-touching airport security line:
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