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December, 2011:

A Traveler’s Life: Airport Security Revisited

Let’s ring in the new year  with the sounds of scanners buzzing, These last few months have shown travelers that
terrorism through transportation is still ever-present, our security is ever-ready for it, and the price for this new high-tech protection might be too much for some to afford. “As a precaution, DHS has taken a number of steps to enhance security. Some of these security measures will be visible while others will not. The public may recognize specific enhancements, including heightened cargo screening and additional security at airports. Passengers should continue to expect an unpredictable mix of security layers that include explosives trace detection, advanced imaging technology (AIT), canine teams and pat-downs (3b).”

The secretary’s readiness had been a long time coming. After the 2009 underwear bomb attempt on Christmas Day, she, in conjunction with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), organized a global initiative to strengthen the international aviation systems. Last June, Secretary Napolitano congratulated
the TSA and airport staff for their 100 percent watch list matching on all domestic carriers one month faster than had been projected.

Takeaway: All this “hoopla” basically boils down to the fact that your right to privacy doesn’t usurp your right to
fly. Even more, your right to privacy doesn’t trump the security of your  flight. Not all travelers are against this new system, though. A CBS News Poll found that “81 percent of Americans in all age groups, Democrats, Republicans
and Independents alike, overwhelmingly approve the use of the full-body digital X-ray machines [AIT]” (1). There will always be those who have their opinions or unique uncalled for circumstances, but when it comes to
security, it is better to be safe than sorry.


1. Cannon, S. (2010, November 15). Poll: 4 in 5 support full-body airportscanners. Retrieved from CBS News: Politics website:;contentBody
2.E. Chase-Johnston, K. (2010, December 2). Harvard students challenge TSA.Retrieved fromThe Boston Globe website :

Two Team System

Ask yourself why you start your own business and first find what is your WHY?

We need more entrepreneurial who understand 1099 for our economic growth and  individuals taking a great  decision to start their own business and finding the great idea that already made for them the company have integrity and heart for the people.

This is a binary system, (The best analogy is like a basketball team you have team A & Team B and one coach)

And this is  sharing business and easy to understand if you are willing to put 2 to 3 hours a week with your spare time. What you need to do is make a list of the people that you love to be with hunging out.

First find your WHY?

….. Time with family

……Be debt free

……College education for children


…..Charity with your choice

If is this your Why? This company create fun, freedom, fulfillment and time with your family.

Do not put off living to next month, next year or next decade. The only time you are  ever living is in this moment.

Thank you for your time.