>Yikes! Next time you fly, you’ll be given a choice. Either get the pat-down, or get scanned by a machine. You’d think the scan would be less invasive. Think again. Apparently the officer can see details such as colostomy bags, implants, the size of your breasts or genetals, and all manner of other things. But your face is blurred and the image cannot be stored or copied. How long until someone more corrupt figures out how to unblur the face and store the image? I think I’ll take the pat-down.
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