Editor's Notes

Henry, Kevin
September 2006
Proofs;Sep2006, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p4
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's experience in his trip to San Francisco, California. Upon reaching the counter in the airport, he was told of the news that no liquids of any kind were being allowed in the plane as it was the medium used by terrorists to detonate the planes going to the U.S. in Heathrow Airport, London, England. In response, he threw the soda he bought from QuikTrip store as he walked toward security.


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