I had to laugh when I saw the story about the guy who refused the
body scanner and then told TSA folks, “Don’t Touch My Junk.” I heard
there was a video too, but I haven’t seen it. Don’t have the time.
This whole “crisis” about these body scanners is sort of bizarre.
We want to be safe, but we don’t want to comply with rules that
would make us safe. The same thing is true about our health. We want
to be healthy, but we don’t like doing anything about it that
requires any effort, or inconvenience.
I’m certainly no apologist for TSA, which certainly doesn’t make me
feel any safer, but it isn’t the people doing the work who make the
policy, although they bear the brunt of our wrath. Nobody I know,
who does any travel, has a nice thing to say about them, even though
they are only doing what they are told.
What should be done here, if we really want to be safe, is adopt the
airline policies of El Al, the Israeli airline. They know how to
search for troublemakers and they don’t play at it. They have a
pretty good record, too, which is no casualties for anybody flying
with them. (I’m fairly certain there have been casualties, on those
looking to be martyrs, but we won’t be reading about them.)
But it won’t happen here. We have too many crybabies and
complainers, plus professional cranks, that come out of the woodwork
whenever we need to take serious action. The mosque apologizers in
New York are a great example, willing to let the fox in the henhouse
and then complain about it, if it’s suddenly very hungry.
We’re the same way about our health. For instance, we know it’s
probably not a good idea to drink a six pack of beer a day, but some
of us do…and then wonder how they got to be 30 pounds overweight.
Some eat chips and popcorn, guzzling soda all night, watching
television and they wonder why none of their clothes fit, or why
they need to be drinking bottles of pink stuff to quell the stomach
Antacids are a huge business…whether over the counter, or
prescription, they amount to billions of dollars and all you really
need to do is stop eating stuff you shouldn’t be eating, in the
It’s because too many of us have a philosophy of “Don’t Touch My
Junk.” We don’t care about the other guy, or other people…just
“Don’t Touch MY Junk.”
But it’s “Your Junk” that’s the problem. And only you can prevent
forest fires, or strokes, heart attacks, and so on and such forth.
Get started on my Powerhouse Omega Formula. Then start working on
I’ll be back tomorrow with more.
With my best wishes for your optimum health,