1) I'd like to see the speed limits changed to what people actually go but the casual enforcement doesn't get people outraged that the speed limit on a road designed for 75 is 55 (US Rt3 in MA)
2) This puts an end speeding tickets as revenue enhancers for the town/city/county/state as the incidences of speeding would drop considerably
3) Its very infrequent that someone going egregiously fast actually gets pulled over, which is a true safety problem. This would address that.
Nutzo pilot on Jet Blue
Clearly passengers and crew can handle a wide range of threats in the air. During this time TSA has had exactly 0 of these kinds of press conferences regarding stoping a plot AT the airport what value is the TSA adding again?
On a side note air-charter (14 CFR Part 135) opperators do not have their passengers screened by the TSA, were never required to install bullet proof doors at the cockpit and can and do opperate the same aircraft types that scheduled air cariers opperate.
If you ask me... Intel, Bottling companies, and others like them, are creating the bulk of the scarcity problem, and they should foot the bill for the additional delivery infrastructure their presence is causing to be required.
I'm not sure how it works where you live but where I am water is metered as it exits the house or industrial facility. This discharge is billed at some rate determined by the local water delivery company. I assume (without any evidence) that China does the same thing. Which means that Intel and CocaCola DO pay for this use. In addition it is China both as a society and the reigning party that gain something from the existence of Intel and CocaCola. It would be up them to determine if the gains outweigh the costs and ensuring that profit (as defined by them) is achieved from the relationship.