Readers of Goldblog know that the official position of the Goldblog Institute for the Study of Absurd Airport Security Procedures is that TSA pat-downs at American airports fall into the category of "security theater," because the TSA blue-shirts are not allowed to frisk the nether regions, where -- as anyone who has been to prison knows -- you would naturally want to hide your implements of mayhem.
Well, I'm here to tell you that the TSA could take a lesson from the security personnel at the Munich Airport, particularly one member of the Munich security team named Felix, who may have inadvertently (or advertently, depending on his politics relating to the issue of post-Holocaust Jewish continuity) sterilized Goldblog for good. Luckily, Goldblog has already spawned three junior Goldblogs, and is, he believes, finished in that department.
Obviously, I'm not a huge fan of being manhandled by uniformed Germans, but on the other hand, they certainly do know how to do find underwear bombs.
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