It's that time of year when a huge number of people will be flying all around North America in their quest for familial bonding, turkey, and free loot. (Insert gratuitous and totally unrelated example of the Best. Comic. Ever.) In year's past it's always been the huge crowds and insufferable delays at the airport that have been my biggest peeve, but over the past few years that has all been usurped by the infamous TSA National Super-Agent saving the world from one 2 oz bottle of liquid at a time. It's a thankless job, but they weren't hiring at Burger King, so what's a moron to do? That's right, so-called "security" has hit the top of my list of things I hate about travel, and I'm sure I'm in the vast majority. Maybe it's because I do Security Engineering for a living that I'm particularly touchy about the subject, but I really have to wonder at just how all of this was allowed to happen. Anyway, colour me surprised when I saw in the news today that there is at least SOME normalcy in the world. It seems that at least one modern day government is finally realizing that they are a little over the top, and are doing something about it. http://www.smh.com.au/travel/travel-new ... -kvm2.html FOCUS: What are your thoughts on security? What do you think should be done to keep us safe? What's working, and what's not? Share your own security-based stories, airport-related or otherwise. ALT-FOCUS: Share your travel stories, for better or worse.