The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) doesn’t have the best of reputations when it comes to their workers. I mean, I’ve heard people refer to TSA officers as, “rude,” “mean,” “uncaring,” “too loud,” “bossy” and a whole bunch more. And I get it – TSA officers are in a stressful but important job where they have to balance safety and security with, let’s face it, a bunch of people who can sometimes be crabby and/or have difficulty following directions. The TSA itself also appears to be having lots of internal problems that could make for crabby workers.
But sometimes you’ll come across a TSA worker or two who just make everything just a little bit better. Like Officers Robert Wagoner and Shankevia (Taz) Grant-Carr, who work out of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Take a look…
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Next time you’re passing through the Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA), keep your ears open for Transportation Security Officers Robert Wagoner and Shankevia (Taz) Grant-Carr! They’ve come up with a clever and very entertaining way to get travelers to listen to advisements! … Repost from @jennifer_jones_hawaii — Leaving Seattle today and the lines at Sea Tac were insane… until this. This TSA agent rocks! … #SEA @seatacairport
I dunno…it just made me smile.
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