|ext_110943 (rebbyribs.livejournal.com) wrote in tim,|
No. I guess I think the first TSA screener was doing a good job in that she noticed it, knew it was something she was supposed to look for as part of her job, and also made the judgment that it was probably okay in this case.
Did you feel like it would have been a bad move to volunteer more information (because it might lead to something bad happening to you), or was it more that you didn't want to give more information because you should have the right not to? I guess I ask because my inclination would usually be just to be as friendly and cooperative as possible, with the hope that it would make things easier. I tend to choose perceived convenience over standing up for my rights fairly often though. :-/
Also, kind of off-topic, but I was under the impression that Quakers didn't use titles. If that applied to you, I guess it would've made things even more confusing for the TSA screeners.