Liquids At the Airport

2009-10-28 15:55 - Links

When you show us a bottle of liquid, we can’t tell if it’s a sports drink or liquid explosives without doing a time consuming test on it. We’re developing the proper technology to allow us to expedite the screening of all liquids, but in the meantime, to screen everybody’s various types of liquids over 3.4 oz. would cause gridlock at the checkpoints.

Shenanigans. If I am carrying a soda/water bottle/any other drink, there is a fast, easy, safe, and cheap test to see whether it is actually a potable drink, or a dangerous explosive chemical. I can drink it (or at least some of it).

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