I know that it sounds unbelievable, but I have the pictures
to prove it.
It seems that they have equated open source with digital piracy, and digital piracy with terrorism, so they are targeting open source at airports.
Just look at the pictures to see how passengers are harassed by TSA personnel.
(See shocking pictures below fold)
Two traveling penguins from Seaworld in San Antonio went through regular airport screening at Denver International Airport recently. Here, Pat and Penny are removed from their carry-on case so they can walk through the metal detector. (Pat is the good looking one)
A handler walks ahead of the two birds to show them the way. They look a little confused about why they have to do this.
Write your congressmen to complain.
The first penguin seems to be wondering why this is necessary. "It's not like I planned to hijack the plane to Antarctica."
How can claim to live in a free society when there is no freedom of movement.
This penguin needs a little coaxing to cross the line. "Gee, the things I do for a fish!"
We cannot allow this outrage to stand.
"OK people, I'm going through the metal detector. Are you happy now?"
A lucky pint-size traveler gets to pet one of the penguins after they cleared security. Pat and Penny had visited an Anheuser Bush brewing plant in Colorado. The beer giant owns Seaworld.
Doubtless an undercover FBI agent.
Special thanks to John Hill of Stellar Parthenon for finding this link.