Regular readers of Land
Line Magazine are familiar with "Roses and Razzberries"
- a selection of "picks and pans" related to the trucking
and transportation industry. But the following item cries out
for daily attention.
It concerns a woman, a
baby and three milk-filled bottles. Here's a mega-RAZZBERRY to
the security guard at John F. Kennedy International Airport who
forced a Long Island mother to drink from three bottles filled
with her own breast milk. The demand was apparently made to ensure
the liquid posed no threat to other passengers. Elizabeth McGarry,
40, of Oceanside, said the incident occurred April 2 as she was
boarding a Delta Air Lines flight. She called the whole thing
"embarrassing and disgusting."
But perhaps attorney Ronald
Duby, who fielded a telephone call from McGarry on his New York
radio talk show summed it up best: "The number of middle-aged
lactating white women who passed through al-Qaeda training is