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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

TSA officials didn’t know women wear padded bras

Victoria's Secret

Victoria’s Secret

Don’t try to bring a tiny tube of lip-moisturizing gel on board an airliner these days, or wear thin gel inserts to make your shoes more comfortable. And leave your cold and cough gel-caps at home. But, ladies and cross-dressing gents, no one will check if you wear your gel-filled bras right onto the plane. Despite the fact that these hugely popular undergarments are owned by millions worldwide, and have the capacity to carry enough liquid or gel explosives to make a terrorist smile, the Transportation Security Administration has not included them on the new list of items forbidden from carry-on baggage. When asked about the tens of millions of women who wear silicone-gel and even plain water sacks in their bras to enhance their curves, TSA spokesman Darrin Kayser said he was not aware of the wide popularity of that fashion trend.

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Eight file for shot at Bob Ney’s seat

Eight candidates beat the deadline to vie for scandal-scarred Rep. Bob Ney (news, bio, voting record)’s congressional seat in a special election next month, including two men who lost races in the spring primary and the Republican state lawmaker Ney wants to take his place.

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Repubs back doc as write-in for DeLay’s seat

Texas Republican leaders, unable to replace former Rep. Tom DeLay’s name on the November ballot, sounded confident about the party’s chances of holding onto his congressional seat after they voted to support the write-in campaign of a Houston city councilwoman.

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Murkowski and his pipeline headed for defeat

Unpopular Alaska incumbent Gov. Frank Murkowski may not escape Tuesday’s Republican primary. If Murkowski is unseated, his deal to smooth the way for a $25 billion natural gas pipeline to Canada will likely go down with him.

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Israelis raid Lebanon in cease-fire violation

Hezbollah fighters battled Israeli commandos who landed near the militants’ stronghold deep inside Lebanon early Saturday, killing one soldier, in the first large-scale violation of the U.N.-brokered cease-fire between the sides.

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