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Reader comment on item: Time to Profile Airline Passengers?
in response to reader comment: Do We really Need More Knee-Jerk Reactions

Submitted by Daisy (United States), Aug 28, 2006 at 00:44

"What a bunch of government/media hype. The alleged terrorists in the UK had about as much chance of bringing down an airliner by mixing chemicals in an airplane bathroom as I have of jumping over the moon!"

Yeah .. and how about that hyped up paranoia about box cutters?! Where will all this Muslim-bashing end, BlackspearE? Next they'll be worrying about people putting bombs in their shoes and lighting them on planes. Geeze, what attention seeking worrywarts. ...

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