Anecdata sought: American air travel and border crossings
I wasn't sure this thread needed to be in P&C, so: cockhole.
I have not flown since 9/11. Come to think of it, I have not flown within the U.S. for over twenty years. I must return to Canada in the next year.
Is every security checkpoint in U.S. airports now staffed by slack-jawed untermenschen who let their small sliver of authority go to their heads?
If mini-bottles of shampoo are verboten and everyone must take off their shoes, why are people talking about taking electronic devices and headphones onto planes?
Are ground border crossings much more onerous now than in the last five years?