What's going on, Albuquerque?
Dont get me wrong, the TSA and police were out of line, acted poorly and could/should have handled all of this badly..
But I dont understand something... you mean it is possible to fly without any ID on you at all? I've been flying a couple times a month for 5 years now.. and maybe I am just being a sheep.. but I can't really imagine how that would work in the current security system that is setup at just about every airport I have ever been too.
While I can understand (and to some extent sympathize) with the guys desire to do so... Is it really a good idea to allow that?
Thanks for the link to the Lucha Libre recap. It was FUN! There did seem to be a lot of downtime between the matches, which really diminished the enthusiasm, unfortunately. I do wish they'd find a venue with better visibility. Granted, we were rockin' the cheapo seats, so what do we expect? Outside of the aerial moves, we could see almost nothing, evening if we stood. That said, the energy in the $10 seat section was so fierce and rowdy we'll do it all over again for the whole series of shows.
Otra! Otra! Otra!
yes, it is possible to fly without an ID. I have a friend who had lost her wallet. She did call ahead of time, and was told that she should plan extra time.
bummed I missed the Lucha Libre event. next time. Also on my list for this year is to see Roller Derby.
Well... I dont know Jeff.. I agree that for most of us it doesn't matter who we are provided we jump through all the hoops. That works until we let someone on board a plane that (in hindsight naturally) we look back and say why in the world did we let that person on a plane?
Me personally.. I could care less if they want to see my ID or cross-check me on a do not fly list. I say this.. even though it just so happens I share a name with an individual who is (and rightfully so) on the do not fly list, and I have to routinely prove that I am not that person.
Love that New Mexico Tourism page header. Ok, so this is my little peeve, but for the mega-millions of tourism we get from our ski industry, we need to use a 25 year old photo to promote it? You also get that with mountain biking graphics where some couple in clam diggers is rolling through the park with their 45 pound Ross mountain bikes, no helmets and big smiles. Meanwhile we have some of the greatest trail systems in the country.
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