Though volume was around expected levels, our preparations for today kept wait times at such a minimum that some airports are closing screening lanes due to a lack of passenger throughput.
In other words, the TSA did exactly what I said in the last post: shut down the scanners and sent people on their way. And yet, due to the less invasive screening, nobody blew up a plane. Or, the real reason they shut down screening lanes: fewer people were flying so they didn't have to get scanned or opt-out. Either way, food for thought.