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$100 Buys Airport Security Bypass

By paying a one-time fee of $100 and attending a brief interview with a customs officer, flyers can bypass the regular airport security lines and pass through without removing their belts or shoes, or the liquids in their bags. What do you think?

  • "All right, I think I can pay that and still have enough left to buy sharp things."

    Kevin Bowerman
    Systems Analyst
  • “Okay, so I throw the guy 100 bucks to get me past the line, but what kind of bottle service we talking about?”

    Lacey O’Brien
    Browning Processor
  • "I think I'll opt to save the money. Plus, no one gets to see my belt much. The buckle is a penguin."

    Dirk Jackson
    Hydraulic Operator
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