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Travelers Against Body Scanners

The TSA has met with a great deal of resistance over the invasiveness of its new body-scanning technology in airports. What do you think?

  • "If you don't want a bunch of strangers looking at you naked, then what the hell are you doing flying on an airplane?"

    Anne Burdick
    Systems Analyst
  • "I just lost twenty pounds. Have fun jacking off to the new me."

    Perry Garcia
    Home Health Aide
  • "At the very least, they should stop trying to sell you a printed photo of your body-scan for $20 as soon as you step out of the machine."

    Larry Vuaghan
    Library Clerk
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