Delta Opening Airport Spas Plus How TSA Steals Watches and Covers It Up

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  1. Dude, tsa didn’t steal the watch the agent did. I suppose using your logic anything that some American does should be enough to justify blaming America and all Americans for it. In which case you have lot of blood on your hands.

  2. Cool your horses, obviously you or someone you care about work for the TSA, but there’s no need to get your panties in a twist over a title.

    Perhaps you should be more angry at that agent or the TSA not dutifully running background checks or having thieves as employees – like the normal people, the rest of us innocent travelers and citizens who pay them with our taxes.

  3. credit is another stupid sheeple just blindly believing everything he’s told.
    TSA is a big joke and a waste of taxpayer dollars.
    US would be better w/o them.

  4. Sorry that was a horrible comment. Please delete it. I should have stopped after the first sentence.

  5. Under the doctrine of respondeat superior employers are held responsible for tortious acts committed by their employees. The theft of a watch is both a tort and a crime.

  6. Wow, credit. That was an awesome thing to do–the apology. We see a lot of ill advised comments on these blogs, but I think yours is the first apology I’ve ever seen. Congratulations–that is impressive.

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