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The designer Evan Roth has developed a clever way to communicate with the T.S.A. employees who use X-Ray machines to inspect your carry-on luggage: packing a sheet of stainless steel with a stencil-cut message. When your baggage rolls through the X-Ray machine, your message appears on the monitor. Being..

The designer Evan Roth has developed a clever way to communicate with the T.S.A. employees who use X-Ray machines to inspect your carry-on luggage: packing a sheet of stainless steel with a stencil-cut message. When your baggage rolls through the X-Ray machine, your message appears on the monitor. Being present for one of those scans probably makes for a great sociological moment, but we just can't think of message that wouldn't make you seem like a smart ass (or keep you grounded). Perhaps that's the price of being ingeniously funny. Some preliminary examples from Roth's "T.S.A. Communication" project site:


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