Today was apparently our day at the TSA check point at SEA. We both were directed to the X-Ray scanners rather than the magnetometer. We of course opted out. Why? We have our reasons.
Brian did ask an employee where his dosimeter was, and replied that he wished he was allowed to have one. Crazy!
The TSA employees at SEA tend to be very nice and we each chatted with our friendly federal fondlers as they went about their jobs. Kathy tends to discuss the dangers of X-Rays while Brian goes for the cheap jokes. It's probably just a coincidence that Brian was flattered with attention by an observer as well as the actual screener, not that there's anything wrong with that.
Still, it was over almost before we knew it and we're relaxing in the Red Carpet Club before boarding our flight to SFO.