Modern Life In Airports

Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, people went to the airport, purchased a ticket to get on the plane, headed for the terminal, walked through the terminal until they found the place of departure and never said a word to anyone who worked in the airport. Alas, that was then and now is now. It is impossible to go to an airport without encountering dozens of people who check your body, gaze into your eyes, sniff at your clothes and mumble something or other about Natinal Security. Nna Alpha Onuoha, (honest, that is his name) worked for the Transportation Administration and checked people going through a gate. Yesterday, he was angry and sent threats to the Los Angeles airport about doing something or other. Naturally, a drone was sent to his home(just kidding) but he was placed under arrest.

His trials and tribulations began in July when he was checking through a 15 year old girl and felt compelled to mumble, “cover yourself up, You’re only 15.” Of course, I would like to know how he knew her age, but that is another issue. He decided on September 10, 2013 to inform the American government that he was “going to deliver a message to America and the whole world.” I assume the message is “cover your body?”