These are all true stories, every single panel. I did overhear a TSA agent laughing about a dildo in a carryon bag on the X-ray conveyor belt. 335 more words
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Most company newsletters would be filed in the folder between Embarrassing and Unnecessary, with paragraphs written on a 4th Grade level stacked below pictures of the Accounting Department eating baked beans at last summer’s picnic. 456 more words
A culture war has been stirred up.
Divisions are along predictable lines: racism, police abuse, controversial social issues, and plenty of left vs. right, demographics and regional baggage to clash over as well. 701 more words
The Transportation Security Administration’s embattled behavior detection program has not identified a single terrorist, but it has produced glossy bimonthly newsletters poking fun at the traveling public. 53 more words
In these employee newsletters — six of which were obtained by The Intercept — behavior detection officers, who are supposed to help spot possible terrorists, sometimes make fun of inexperienced or nervous travelers, including one “sweet little old lady” who thought the bowl for metallic objects was a tip jar. 92 more words