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Cleared for Takeoff: Rhode Island Bakery Creates TSA ‘Compliant Cupcake’

The incident inspired Kelly Colgan, owner of Silver Spoon Bakery in Providence, R.I., to create a travel-friendly treat: the TSA Compliant Cupcake. The $4 confection is topped with exactly 3 ounces of frosting and sold in a TSA-mandated clear, quart-size plastic blag. The decorative photo of Richard Nixon with the parodied words “I am not a gel” comes optional. ( More...

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I get visions of Big Pussy saying "hey there cupcake" to the TSA guy...
zennermd 0
I love when people make fun of the TSA. It makes my day just a little better.
Donald Parsons 0
I love when people make fun of ANY government agency AND make money off of it! I hope the cupcakes are successful and make a nice profit for the owners.
This is just funny as all get out, especially the Nixonian quote. They should have a kiosk in the airport just before one gets to the Checkpoint. This proves the American Spirit is alive and well!
Jeremy Kudlick 0
Funny stuff.
Bill Mallinson 0
and to think that we 'down under' have to abide by decisions made by these types of TSA dipsticks !
I saw on a recent trip to LAS, a TSA agent made a woman throw away a candy bar she was eating, while waiting in line .. it did not matter to the arrogant bafoon .. that she is diabetic and NEEDED the sugar !
Matt Comerford 0
oh please, like she couldn't just finish eating it there in line... give me a BREAK
Ben Lillie 0
It's pretty pathetic that we need these.
Bill Mallinson 0
makes the TSA ( and the NZ AvSec ) sound more and more like they are inflicted with the "Uncle Dad" and "Aunt Mom" inbred syndrome from Hicksville !


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