With the Transportation Security Administration all up in our, er, business this holiday season, it didn't take long for video parodies of the TSA's new search procedures — a.k.a. the amplified pat-down — to hit the social media streets.
The first, from health advocate Michael Adams, is a rap based on the blog of traveler John Tyner who recorded his conversation with TSA agents on his cellphone, telling them: "Don't touch my junk, or I'll have you arrested. "United Breaks Guitars," it's not.
And here's a spoof from "Saturday Night Live," portraying TSA agents in a commercial styled after those cheesy 900-number spots one sees on late-night TV.