The SPICE warriors finally arrived in Washington, DC for the Final Four. We started the day out with big problems at the Lubbock International Airport. The DGT clocks did not pass security. The TSA agents said that the clocks are a problem. They kept checking to see if they are "dangerous" to the rest of the passengers. After checking and re-checking over and over, the TSA agents finally let the clocks through, with about a minute to spare before the gate close.
A TSA agent delayed security checks at John F. Kennedy International Airport after he mistakenly shot himself and five other agents with pepper spray. The security agent, Christ-Yves Dabel, 27, of Brooklyn, N.Y., “found the canister... Read Post
This nifty little "throwing star," as the TSA Instagram puts it (come on, TSA, I know you know that's a batarang), was confiscated at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport this week. This, of course, begs the question: what the ... Read Post
Special thanks to DGT North America for generously sponsoring all 8 DGT boards, sets, and clocks for both SPICE Cup A and B group. DGT North America also sponsors special clocks for the SPICE Cup Open and SPICE Cup Scholastic Open.C... Read Post