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When an airport screener refuses to be used as a patsy and defiantly challenges a wicked witch of the agency, she becomes the target of the axles of evil whom won't stop at anything to bring her down while annihilating her in the minds of those around her. The screener relies solely upon God when those around her began to betray her and plots ultimately lead to her being When an airport screener refuses to be used as a patsy and defiantly challenges a wicked witch of the agency, she becomes the target of the axles of evil whom won't stop at anything to bring her down while annihilating her in the minds of those around her. The screener relies solely upon God when those around her began to betray her and plots ultimately lead to her being portrayed as a terror suspect. Through dreams and visions, she is given insight of many dangers that lie ahead and is empowered to stay one step ahead of the game. Along with describing the day to day typical landscape of airport screening and the challenges it brings, Carmen Jones exposes it for what it really is - the good, the bad, and the ugly. The author is only interested in the bottom line, whether you like it or not. And she will stop at nothing to uncover the bottom line. This memoir is part cagey spin, part autobiography and part payback hit job. You won't need a boarding pass, nor will you need to arrive one hour early in order to board this bumpy ride. This sizzler packs a mean punch, choked full of satire and a side of brash commentary. Once you pick it up, you won't want to put it down. And when you do, your palms and fingers may be singed from having beheld such a hot read - fire extinguishers sold seperately. Buckle your seat belts and make sure that your oxygen masks are in arm's reach because this tantalizing tale will make you think that you may have crashed and burned.


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When an airport screener refuses to be used as a patsy and defiantly challenges a wicked witch of the agency, she becomes the target of the axles of evil whom won't stop at anything to bring her down while annihilating her in the minds of those around her. The screener relies solely upon God when those around her began to betray her and plots ultimately lead to her being When an airport screener refuses to be used as a patsy and defiantly challenges a wicked witch of the agency, she becomes the target of the axles of evil whom won't stop at anything to bring her down while annihilating her in the minds of those around her. The screener relies solely upon God when those around her began to betray her and plots ultimately lead to her being portrayed as a terror suspect. Through dreams and visions, she is given insight of many dangers that lie ahead and is empowered to stay one step ahead of the game. Along with describing the day to day typical landscape of airport screening and the challenges it brings, Carmen Jones exposes it for what it really is - the good, the bad, and the ugly. The author is only interested in the bottom line, whether you like it or not. And she will stop at nothing to uncover the bottom line. This memoir is part cagey spin, part autobiography and part payback hit job. You won't need a boarding pass, nor will you need to arrive one hour early in order to board this bumpy ride. This sizzler packs a mean punch, choked full of satire and a side of brash commentary. Once you pick it up, you won't want to put it down. And when you do, your palms and fingers may be singed from having beheld such a hot read - fire extinguishers sold seperately. Buckle your seat belts and make sure that your oxygen masks are in arm's reach because this tantalizing tale will make you think that you may have crashed and burned.

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