And then there is the shoe carnival.
All this doesn't bother me much, but then I haven't lost a bunch of money like the producers of Lost did when their film was X-rayed.
The state film office said it has worked with TSA and United Airlines to put a new process in place that will prevent future accidents.
"The issue has been addressed, and they have procedures in place to make sure it doesn't happen again," said Dawson, the state film commissioner.
You can read more about it here.
And that Neosporin stuff? It is specifically mentioned on the TSA website, and has to go in the ONE QUART ZIP TOP BAG. Vindicated again!
P.S. The Jetsons-looking restaurant in the middle of LAX is closed since a panel fell off the building. The cool observation area just above the restaurant has been closed for years. That was a great place to watch planes.