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Flying with an Insulin Pump

My vacation a couple weeks ago was my first time travelling with my insulin pump. I’ve been pumping with the Medtronic 530G since December 2013. There was a bit more preparation for travelling with the pump, but overall I had a very good experience and wanted to share a little of what happened to me, and what to expect for those who haven’t air-traveled with a pump. 782 more words

Type 1 Diabetes

The Dress.

The Dress that holds all your memories.

The Dress that marks that change in your life. The moment where you become part of a partnership. 52 more words

Is Your Oklahoma Driver License Really Not Secure? The Truth About the Real ID Act

On Sunday, Sept. 13, The Oklahoman ran this front page headline:

REAL ID law may complicate travel for Oklahoma driver’s license holders

This was the opening salvo in the battle to repeal Oklahoma’s law passed in 2007 prohibiting the implementation of the federal Real ID Act.

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T-Shirts That Won't Fly

A few years ago, I made my son change out of his Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower t-shirt (that was the name of a band, apparently) before we got to the airport for a cross-country flight, because I could see us getting held up at the security line by some over-zealous TSA agent. 135 more words

Bill Bickel

TSA Not Sure If It Groped Man Before Flight, Demands To Grope Him After Flight Is Over

Source: TechDirt, by Mike Masnick, September 2014

from the he’s-going-to-blow-up-the-plane-then? dept

Via Amy Alkon, we learn of yet another bizarre moment in the world of… 230 more words


TSA Opens "Pre-Check" Application Office At MIA

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The next time you fly out of Miami International Airport you may not have to take off your shoes and belt.

That is if you sign up to be on the Transportation Security Administration Pre-Check (TSA Pre✓™) list. 317 more words