I just work up about 15 minutes ago. I flipped on Fox and they were talking about the newest TSA security procedure--randomly swabbing people in airports (in line, inside or even out in the waiting areas) and testing the swabs on the spot for explosives. The Fox reporter casually said that the equipment could tell if you fired a gun recently or had nitroglycerin heart medicine. So...in a logical leap that apparently a reporter can't make, even in my sleepiness, I wondered...what happens when that occurs? Can they tell which is which? If so, why does it need to alert to gun powder? If I'm wearing shorts that I was shooting in and get tapped for a magic swab, do I spend the next 3 hours in a TSA back room awaiting interrogation and miss my flight? Are they going to continue to apply these "random" procedures to little old ladies from St. Louis while Akbar with a Syrian passport and camel skin satchel strolls right by? Makes a fella not want to fly at all.