Despite all the bad press TSA agents get, the ones I encountered were quite pleasant. I did endure one full body scan with the controversial imaging machines. Here were my results, but they still let me through:
Once you get through security at the Milwaukee airport they have what is known as a "Recombobulation Area". I was all set to make fun of this, but I discoverd the TSA intended it as a joke. They evidently have a better sense of humor than I thought.
Delta Airlines, bless their hearts, still give you your choice of peanuts or some type of cookie-biscuit-cracker-wafer-cardboard thing. When I received my 4 ounces of Diet Coke from the flight attendant on Continental, I waited expectantly for my morsels of food. I was denied as the attendant and her polyester uniform made their way down the aisle with nary a crumb for me. Next time, charge me .50 more for my ticket and give me my nuts.
On my way to Milwaukee I had to connect through Chicago. Time to walk from my arrival gate to departure gate: 16 minutes. Wheels up to wheels down flight time to Milwaukee: 11 minutes.
I need to relax I guess. I hadn't looked at an "in-flight magazine" in quite a while. I found this and hope it does the trick: