Too bad Senator Larry Craig didn't go trolling for tail at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, rather than in a Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport bathroom stall. Because here, Craig would have had far less of a chance of getting into trouble, according to this morning's New York Times:
At Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, a spokesman, David Magana, said airport police officials had shared information with the police at Hartsfield in Atlanta and “are aware that there may be some activity because of the fact that there’s some traffic on the Internet about this sort of thing.” However, he added, “we haven’t received any complaints, and we certainly haven’t made any arrests.”
So either nothing's happening or no one minds -- that's called a win-win. You know what you can definitely get at DFW, though? An iPod out of a vending machine. --Robert Wilonsky
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