[Noisebridge-discuss] Brain Machine & airports
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 8 19:55:55 UTC 2010
Someone who made a Brain Machine at HAR this summer also had problems bringing it through a small airport in Scottland. They called it, "Suspicious electronics." After delaying him for 45 minutes, they took it away from him, before putting him on the plane (which actually waited for him).
When giving workshops, I have to check bags (filled with parts), so I always put things that security people won't understand at a glance (or ignore, since they look so normal, like TV-B-Gone remote controls).
It's kinda weird, but I remember that I actually used to like to fly.
> Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2010 04:05:58 +0000
> From: sai at zynga.com
> To: noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
> Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] Brain Machine & airports
> In case anyone still needs to fly: Put your brain machine (or other
> zomg wires stuff) in checked baggage.
> Though I got through Schönfeld just fine with mine, LHR threw a major
> shitfit and I've gotten the Extra Super Special Personal Treatment™
> all the way since (as well as delayed a day in travel).
> I don't want to discuss it in more detail online, but ask me in person
> if you want the story.
> - Sai
> P.S. The password for the lounge (here it's -TheOasis-) is abcde12345.
> Very original. :-P
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