m3incorp wrote in post #17042600
This statement tends to make me believe that you did indeed associate me with them.
Not that intended.
Just that there can be multiple groups of people with different goals/views that may end up wanting the same thing.
So one group wants safety.
And one group who wants terror to introduce the costs of safety.
Now tell me, would you rather be on a plane where you and everyone else was allowed to board with no security measures, or would you rather spend the 3 minutes in security and feeling a bit safer?
1) Not my claim.
2) I have a hard time finding an international airport where I just spend 3 minutes in security.
3) I know that security screening leaks - which is ok because the huge majority of guns, knives, etc that doesn't get caught was never intended to be used on the planes.
4) The airport security costs more than just time. It has happened that I have spent a whole day and/or night out in the field solving some issues while consuming all my phone and/or laptop power - without airports quickly adding a huge amount of power outlets there will quickly be lots of additional monetary costs for travelers and companies from not being able to power up their equipment.
It should not be ignored that the airport security costs many billions for the travelers.