TSA to allow snowglobes in carry-on luggage

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  1. gobluetwo
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    gobluetwo Silver Member

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  2. uggboy
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    That's ridiculous.


    ridiculous [rɪˈdɪkjʊləs]
    adj
    worthy of or exciting ridicule; absurd, preposterous, laughable, or contemptible
    [from Latin rīdiculōsus, from rīdēre to laugh]
    ridiculously adv
    ridiculousness n
     
  3. druiddation
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    I never thought about the liquid in a snow globe. I had to buy one as a present and the TSA didn't notice or didn't say anything. I over packed my carry-on and it broke so I wish I had placed it in a zip lock baggie. Someone came up to me in the terminal to tell me my bag was dripping. It was loud and I thought they said my bag was ripping. I was thinking to myself there is no way my Red Oxx Air Boss is ripping, so thanked them and kept walking. When I finally stopped to investigate it was quite the mess to clean up. (Note to self: never buy another snow globe).
     

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