I answered the question. I have never had a finger layed on me by a TSA agent, and never went through a full body scanner. I have gone through the exact same procedure that i would at a Six flags theme park, except Six flags doesn't make me take my shoes off, but big deal. They search bags also, just without a xray scanner.
I fear Al-Qaeda the most. While i do not agree with all of the TSA tactics, common sense tells me that the TSA is one of those "neccesary evils" that are put in place to "scan" hundreds of thousands of people everyday just to catch the few people that would potentionally be out to hurt us, wether it be Al-Qaeda or some other terrorist. Al-Qaeda is obviously only out there to hurt us, anybody they can and as much people as i can. And while the odds that out of those thousands of daily flights a day, that just one of them that i would be would blow up or be crashed are slim to none, i still dont want that happenning to any of us.
Seems to me that this is a case of "You can't have your cake and eat it too". They are using Facebook as an obvious medium to promote the movie to a quite large potential fan base, but they also do not want a few people putting up their own unauthorized media at the same time. All they have to do is host their own Fan page outside of Facebook but of course they would not want to do that.
I find that i usually use the apps whenever i need them instead of all the time. They are not like games downloaded that you would access on a daily basis or mobile e-mail. For example the person that said he has redbox. I may only go to Redbox once a weeek but it comes in handy that one time to get a code for a free movie. Or the NFL mobile app that i only use once a week, to listen to the Vikings game whenever they are playing.
I'm just asking so please do not think i am rude. But have you ever eaten at Taco Bell before? Not that i truly don't have a problem with Taco Bell, but they have a bad rep for good reasons of being a unsanitary place.