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Published on Feb 4, 2012
In the news, co-host Rob Dew covers a host of topics, including Homeland Security's nose under the NFL tent, ramping up last year's TSA-style patdowns for Superbowl attendees. This year, Big Sis is tapping Hot Dog venders and other stadium employees, who they've trained to help spot "signs of terror" (which ridiculously include mundane and common activities including taking photos/video, writing on paper and/or talking withe police officers). VIPR teams will compliment the paranoid and expensive security-surveillance complex set up for the big game, despite the fact that no credible or specific threat even exists for the event. Further, WPRI's Matt Touchette report yesterday that body scanners would be used at bowl checkpoints was quickly refuted by the TSA, prompting Touchette to hurriedly back track on his own report.