From The Logan Times: Serving the Airport Community, in a cover article about a trip to the French Rivera written by the paper’s Vice President and Executive (I reproduce this term loosely) Editor:
We left during the inception of TSAs newly added physcological security component a more intuitive screening of passengers as they pass by TSA officers on their way to boarding.
I liked that, too.
It is defintely the way to go. [sic all the way through -DP]
That kind of editing probably explains the prominent notice in the masthead:
The Logan Times assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertisements….
One can only hope that the TSA screeners are more accurate in their reading of “micro-expressions.”