|Date:||April 15, 2004 / year-entry #144|
|Summary:||Spain's Crown Prince and his fiancée are outraged that they had to go through airport security in Miami. "The prince and his bodyguard felt they should not be subjected to the screening, but if they do not have an escort from the State Department or the Secret Service, it is required," she added. "It is...|
Spain's Crown Prince and his fiancée are outraged that they had to go through airport security in Miami.
Apparently, the Prince did not give the standard 72 hours' notice to obtain pre-clearance. (Hm, I wonder if I can get pre-clearance by submitting my itinerary 72 hours in advance.)
What bugs me even more is that the officials in Miami are all apologetic!
Reminds me of an article in the New York Times Magazine a few years ago titled Life is a Contact Sport [fee required], describing a mandatory meeting for all NFL rookies to introduce them to the "real world". My favorite part was this:
Shocking! Football players have to pay income tax! Where will the injustice end?
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