In case you missed his post today (http://millionmilesecrets.com/2012/11/29/how-to-skip-airport-security-lines/#comments), he posted about how to skip airport security lines, by intentionally attempting to deceive the TSA security guards. Don't get me wrong, I've had my fair share of annoyances with TSA, but this is more of an issue of lying, cheating, and intentional deception. Some of the comments (at 67 now!) have said that it's not that big of a deal, and they are probably right. But isn't that the same is teaching someone how to sneak in a movie-theater, or buying a Child's ticket as an adult for an amusement park? Ultimately, this is about ethics. Simple. Ironically, Darius is an alum from one of the most prestigeous B-schools in the country, Kellogg, but it seems like he never took a "Business Ethics" course, or anything of the like. I apologize if this seems like an irrelevant rant, but let me emphasize - This "advice" at best is distasteful, at worse it's stealing/cheating. I will never sign-up for another cc from his blog. Am I off base? Thoughts?