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December 9, 2009

@NYCAviation Appears in CNN Segment About TSA Document Leak

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If anyone was watching CNN around 3:30 Eastern this afternoon, you may have seen our Twitter page being interviewed by Rick Sanchez about the TSA leaked document debacle. Good thing he didn’t ask any follow-ups because Tweets can’t talk.



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  • Adam

    you guys were also referenced to (although not by name) on the o'reilly factor in a segment about the american airlines passenger that was too large for one seat. lis wiehl (commentator) showed the picture that the flight attendant had submitted electronically and noted it was posted to "an aviation blog."