Last week, in the flurry of writing about TSA issues, I coined a decent, if not great, satirical slogan for the agency ("Don't worry, my hands are still warm from the last guy."). I posted it here and on Twitter.
Last night, one of my partners — the oldest and probably the least tech-savvy — forwarded an email to the whole firm. He'd gotten it from a friend, who'd gotten it from a friend, and so on. The email was a list of satirical TSA slogans. My slogan was on it.
It felt . . . odd.
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