Don’t Store Babies Inside Overhead Bins (Don’t Steal Their Nutella Either)

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  1. Babies in an overhead bin never solve anything. You can still hear them.

    Better to ship them as you would a large pet. In a car carrier in the cargo hold.

  2. why are they tossed together in a bin next to the checkpoint instead of dealt with by a hazmat team?

    Because, I am guessing, a terrorist weapon wouldn’t actually be dangerous at that point?

    Oh, I know, it’s a gotcha comment rather than a real question. Otherwise you might have actually asked the TSA.

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