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By education and experience - Accountant with a specialty in taxation. Formerly a CPA (license has lapsed). Masters degree in law of taxation from University of Denver. Now retired. Part time work during baseball season as receptionist & switchboard operator for the Colorado Rockies. This gig feeds my soul in ways I have trouble articulating. One daughter, and four grandchildren. I share the house with two cats; a big goof of a cat called Grinch (named as a joke for his easy going "whatever" disposition); and Lady, a shelter adoptee with a regal bearing and sweet little soprano voice. I would be very bereft if it ever becomes necessary to keep house without a cat.
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Amused but not surprised

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Fun and Games with the TSA

I found a place on the TSA website to ask a question, and/or provide feedback. I asked why precheck passengers were directed to the metal detectors, and not to the full body scanners. I just received a reply, which explained why a pat down was required after I rang the alarm on the metal detector. I get that. The reply failed to address my question - why am I not allowed to go through the scanner, with the perks of precheck remaining in place?

I wrote again. I'll keep you updated on what happens next. And if the NSA is monitoring this, I have what I think is a legitimate question. Perhaps the NSA staff will have an answer which makes sense.

Stay tuned.

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