Pre 911, Liquids, Gels and Aerosols were not regulated like they are today. Shoe

Pre 911, Liquids, Gels and Aerosols were not regulated like they are
today. Shoes were also allowed to be worn into the checkpoints and
carrying a box cutter was an acceptable practice. But today’s TSA
prohibited items list makes many people scratch their head. Scissors
that are less than 4” in length from where they connect are fine to
carry on board an aircraft, but a small “jack knife” is not allowed. A
cane is allowed but a golf club isn’t. Take a look at what is and
isn’t allowed on TSAs website. Take a few moments to either support or disagree with items on the list. Please research the question and provide your thoughts by responding
to this discussion post. Your response should be between 250-750 words
and needs to include at least two citations at the end of the post.
Think of your posting in terms of a contribution to a dialogue, not a
writing exercise. This is particularly important since we don’t meet in
person. Therefore, this is one of the few ways we can generate a
dialog. Make your posts clear and pertinent. Offer clarifying examples
for complex and abstract ideas. Don’t be afraid to include open-ended
questions that invite dialogue in your response. Read the other response
posts to help get an idea on what you want to say on the subject. Feel
free to offer evidence supporting the earlier post or your contrasting
point of view and ask challenging, open-ended questions.*Refer to the Discussion Rubric for this course for further detail regarding post and response expectations.
Requirements: over 300 words   |   .doc file

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