Ritual sacrifice, TSA style

I flew. I gave unto the TSA.

In this case it was a corkscrew, not liquids. It must be the fourth corkscrew that I have forgotten in my bag this year while traveling. The 20 millimeter foil-cutting “blade” is what makes it verboten–corkscrews themselves are not actually banned. Know your rights!

And I thought I was doing so well with the 2 oz toothpaste in a ziploc bag…

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