Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Why You Might Look Forward to a TSA Body Scan...

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As I said before, doctors should be consulted, to add a few tumor detecting features to the TSA scanners.

Then you have a master scan done at the hospital and transferred to a chip. The chip goes in the scanner at the airport’s computer, which then does a live, on the spot scan, with no humans observing. If there is a difference, then a human is called in. This way, every time you flew, you’d be getting a free scan, that might save your life by catching something way early. And your privacy would be saved, and the scanner lines would probably move a lot faster, as the machine would be doing the looking and comparing.

So I’ve sped up screening, and saved millions in health care dollars, what more do you want from me this morning?

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