Posted by: Johnold Strey | December 15, 2009

Airport Humor

Warning: The following post has nothing to do with liturgy, theology, or apologetics — although the picture was taken on a trip to Wisconsin when I was flying back to be a guest preacher for a church anniversary service, if that counts.  But I digress.

Do you know that feeling you get when you have to go through airport security?  Everyone is in a rush, the kids are tired and cranky and confused,  you have to take off your shoes and your jacket and empty out the change from your pockets, you hope everyone gets through the metal detector without setting it off because you didn’t think that the foil gum wrapper in your back pocket would set it off and lead to a body search … you get the idea.  Going through airport security can make one feel a bit discombobulated.  Well, discombobulate no more!  Our friends at the Concourse D security checkpoint at Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport have come up with the solution to make those feelings of discombobulation go away.  And here it is…

Recombobulation — is that even a word?



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