Thursday, August 25, 2011

Hurricane Irene Information

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As you’ve probably heard in the news, Hurricane Irene is lurking off of the east coast. While hurricane preparedness isn’t really part of our mission, we are part of the DHS family and would like to share the following links with you:
The best things you can do are to stay informed, be prepared, and follow the direction of local officials. Stay safe!


If you’d like to comment on an unrelated topic you can do so in our Off Topic Comments post. You can also view our blog post archives or search our blog to find a related topic to comment in. If you have a travel related issue or question that needs an immediate answer, you can contact a Customer Support Manager at the airport you traveled, or will be traveling through by using Talk to TSA.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hurricanes are only slightly more disruptive to travel than TSA.

Anonymous said...

I'll take a hurricane over the TSA.

JustSayin said...

Forget local news...when I need Breaking News about travel, I'm coming here to the TSA blog!

Anonymous said...

Well, at least he acknowledged that there are limits on their mission. Now to determine what they are.

Anonymous said...

This is the first time in a while that you have posted worthwhile information... EVER. More like this!

JustSayin said...

Anonymous said...
Well, at least he acknowledged that there are limits on their mission. Now to determine what they are.

August 26, 2011 5:09 PM



Read it again. A statement that the TSA doesn't really deal with hurricanes isn't an acknowledgement of a TSA limitation.

I mean, yeah the TSA are a team of Superheroes, but they can't be expected to do EVERYTHING!!!

Anonymous said...

Please, Mr TSO, MAKE US SAFE FROM HURRICANES!
People could be KILLED!

Anonymous said...

JustSayin said:
"I mean, yeah the TSA are a team of Superheroes, but they can't be expected to do EVERYTHING!!!"

Thanks, JustSayin for reminding us that the real heroes in America are in no way related to the TSA or its mission. The real heroes are in the Armed Forces fighting our true enemies, not making 90 year olds remove their adult diapers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JustSayin said...

Anonymous said...
The real heroes are in the Armed Forces fighting our true enemies.

August 27, 2011 9:56 PM



Well, "Anonymous," I give you credit for at least being right about one thing.

:)

Anonymous said...

JustSayin said:
"Anonymous said...
The real heroes are in the Armed Forces fighting our true enemies.

August 27, 2011 9:56 PM

Well, "Anonymous," I give you credit for at least being right about one thing."

Thanks, JustSayin, for admitting that TSA employees are not heroes and are, in fact, bureaucrats willing to trash liberty for a paycheck!!

JustSayin said...

Anonymous!!!

Thanks for all the extra attention on my posts! I'm glad you're reading each and everyone one.

:)

Anonymous said...

JustSayin said:

"Forget local news...when I need Breaking News about travel, I'm coming here to the TSA blog!"

Me, too!! Why do we need a National Weather Service when we have the TSA. All hail the TSA!

Anonymous said...

JustSayin said:
"Thanks for all the extra attention on my posts! I'm glad you're reading each and everyone one."


I do. And if the TSA follows the law, I'll be reading more about your posts when the FOIA application is produced!! I hope no one is improperly using government IT resources!!

Dunstan said...

Both TSA and hurricanes are fed by hot air....