Wednesday, February 4, 2015

When airport security does not tell me


I don't think that this is a problem that is only common to me, and if you think about it, this type of problem can happen in almost any situation. So, this is what often happens to me whenever I travel.

I go through security and when it comes to the security agent wanting to search my carry on, they often forget to tell me what they are doing. That is: what they are removing from my bag, where they are putting it, and when they are finished checking it. So, what normally happens is this: I become confused and disoriented. I do not know where they have placed my possessions, and then I have to feel my way around on the counter to find them because nine out of ten times they are surely not going to replace my possessions in my bag.

I recognize that the security area of any airport is almost always a very busy and bustling place to be, but it would be nice if there could be a process whereby things are explained to those of us who are unable to see so that we can be more comfortable and less hesitant.

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