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Yet, Screeners Would Have To Know Things.

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Submitted by Mark Preston (United States), Jan 7, 2010 at 12:25

For TSA "screeners" to be as effective as those working for the Israeli Gov't. or El Al Airlines, they (they TSA workers), would have to know how much the Hilton cost per night. My guess is that some of our TSA workers can barely read and write proficiently. Never the less, common sense can be our best defense in the struggle against a vicious foe.

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