Live from the Honolulu International Airport, I bring you the following conversation I shared with the Transport Security Administration about the photography of their checkpoint.
Me: Is there any specific written tsa regulation prohibiting photography?
TSA Captain: Yes there is. Phography is not allowed.
Me: Can I see this in writing?
TSA Captain: I can’t let you see that.
Me: Then how do I know it exists?
TSA Captain: I just told you.
Obviously there is a problem here; I don’t mind not being able to take photos (national security, yada yada) but TSA as a government agency has to at least inform the public of its regulations. How can anyone be held responsible for violating a regulation they could not possibly know exists.
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