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Here are some photos of Michael's first appearance on ABC's "General Hospital." He shot these scenes in mid-August to coincide with a special guest appearance by Academy Award nominee James Franco. The air dates of his shows will be in late September.
April 15, 2009. Garf was there.
Beginning next month, you'll be able to fly with your small pocketknife and your wiffle ball bat and ball, a hockey stick and even a few golf clubs.
The TSA announced Tuesday that for the first time since 2001, passengers will be allowed to carry pocketknives on a plane, if the retractable blade is less than 2.36 inches long and no wider than one-half inch. Flight attendants are not pleased with the changes, although TSA maintains the new rules put the U.S. in line with other countries.
This marks a major change in the rules that have been in place since the September 11th terrorist attacks. However, some items, including fixed-blade knives, box cutters and full-sized baseball bats remain in the no-fly zone.
The new rules go into effect on April 25th.
Source: The Kansas City Star