|Sometimes the answer is right under my nose: and look at what I found under mine!|
This increased carry-on's to a silly silly proportion. Really silly! People had suitcases, boxes, baby carts, baby seats, and their entire groceries to avoid dying from hunger in their 2 hours flight. Silly really. And dangerous. How can you ensure amidst all that crap there isn't some jelly bomb or box cutters? Just too much stuff.
Slowly we've made it increasingly difficult for good honest people to get through the process yet, not really controlling the hard core bad-ass motherfuckers who know how to sneak in the appropriate tools of destruction.
Traveling is not safer it's just more miserable.
And why not pre-approve ALL customers who board planes? A license to fly? Sure, why not! Every single person who intends on traveling should have pre-security screening. The more often you travel, the more intense the screening process. But, the easier it becomes for THIS person to go through security. Each traveler would then earn a travel card. This card would show a security level. The ones who own a high security would waltz through a fast lane, like at the grocery store. Slower lanes would be for the low levels of security, also with more screening steps at the airport.
Concerned with the whole access to privacy stuff? Just link it to your passport. Add a color code to your passport quickly and instantly alerting airport personnel of who they are dealing with.
But this... is just this silly little girl's opinion who has already earned way too many frequent flier points and who's tired of dealing with all the crap.