While the TSA is unresponsive to public opinion, Regal which depends on the public for its livelihood might take this letter seriously if enough people join in.
I just read about your plan to institute a Security Theater plan so it looks like your doing something. Like the TSA this is a bad joke to make people afraid and give up their privacy rights. This band-aid approach will do nothing to stop the next tragedy and distracts from real problems in our society that will take time and effort to solve. Because of this I will not be going to any Regal Cinema and will be encouraging other to do the same until you revoke this benighted policy.
Since they’re going with a BAND-AID approach they sould fire up the XEROX machine. Of course that’s just going to give them a headache So they’ll take an ASPIRN and wash it down with a COKE. After all the Strum und Drang they’ll cry into their KLEENIX,try to HOOVER up the mess and build a new business plan out of SUPER GLUE and SCOTCH TAPE.
The city ought to give Comcast a one year renewal with a list of things that have to be COMPLETED by the end of the year. If they fail that they should be prohibted from competing for the next contract. At the same time the city should solict bids for the franchise to compete with Comcast at the end of the year. All future contracts should have a strict timetable for any goals in the contract with the option of the city finding a new provider should the timetable not be meet.