CNN reports that driver’s licenses from Louisiana, New York, New Hampshire, and Minnesota may not be good enough to take a domestic flight within the U.S. at some point in 2016. Meaning that unless those states update their drivers licenses, residents may be required to get a passport to board a plane, even if it is not leaving the United States.
3 Questions That Arise From This Story
- You need a driver’s license to get on a domestic flight? How did all those babies and toddlers crying wind up on our last flight?
- Does this mean babies and toddlers are also driving cars in 46 states, or not driving cars in 4 states? Think carefully about this one – this is a logic test.
- If more Americans have passports does that mean it’s more likely we’ll get an Ed Helms remake of “European Vacation?” One attempt at the franchise was enough, Mr. Helms!
Categories: Mildly Bad News