Consider it Mission Accomplished.
I am mid-vacation at the moment, so travel is on my mind. Air travel, to be specific. The New York Times ran an article a while back about an eight year old boy named Michael who is on a terrorist watch list of sorts. Well, not the full blown "Do Not Fly" list, but on a list all the same. Well, his name isn't actually on the list, but someone else's name is and it happens to be the same as his name.
What does this mean? This means that every time he flies with his family, this little buy must endure a full body pat down, extra screening, a barrage of questions... The first time he was patted down he was 2 years old.
You ca read the story here: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/14/nyregion/14watchlist.html
I can understand how this can happen. His name is on a list, so the system should catch it every time he flies. His age isn't on his ticket. (but his gender is, and I still have no idea why! See "