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Fond du Lac follies: My turn to fondle and probe

By Jim Northrup

Then I had an airport choice, radiation or fondling. I joined the opt out line. Guilty until proven innocent? At the end of the TSA fondling I wanted to say...Okay, my turn now.

While waiting to be fondled I noticed a third choice. Passengers were choosing a third line; this line was between the other two choices. We just walked between both of them and went to our gates to wait to get on the airplanes.

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