It was bound to happen: Once the credit card form factor was adapted to house the ultra-thin, 21st century version of the Swiss Army Knife, its days as an unrestricted carry-on for domestic and international air travel were numbered.
As handy as it is to have a card-sized utility tool tucked away in your wallet, the Transportation Safety Administration has been confiscating them like crazy lately because they qualify as a potential hijacking threat.
That’s right: TSA won’t allow shanks on a plane.
When suddenly confronted with those of lesser means, I’m wont to whisper to myself, “What would Jay Gatsby do?”
That exact question leapt to mind recently when my personal assistant Parker interrupted my morning facial to discuss a new mobile app he’d discovered online called Smart Jets.