Security Risk or Fashion Victim?

Allen Jasson, prevented from flying by airline staff who argued that his T-shirt was a security risk. Don’t you feel safer? All hail the Flying Kangaroo! That’s Qantas, by the way.


2 Replies to “Security Risk or Fashion Victim?”

  1. Well, how much of a threat is your run-of-the-mill capitalist-in-the-making (over-hyphenated) resister who hasn’t decided on a cause yet? Who else wears a too-expensive sweatshop-made Che T-shirt? The irony of it all. But then that’s capitalism for you. If you can make money off misappropriation (of causes, people, symbols), why the hell not?

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