(Thanks to Dennis Zanone)
Featured Comment by Peter T.: "Sadly, the link won't work in Canada due to licensing nonsense. This link should work for Canadian readers."
Mike replies: Thanks Peter! I'm taking your word for this, because your link won't work where I am....
Featured Comment by Andreas Manessinger: "Actually it gets harder and harder to laugh about these things. There is so much paranoia in our societies, so much suspicion, that there is hardly anything in satire, that I wouldn't expect sombody to do in reality, and often it turns out, reality writes the weirder scripts."
Mike replies: And if you think that's bad, Andreas, check this out. (Thanks to Mrten for this one.)
Featured Comment by Jerred Zegelis: "As a high school photography teacher, it was one of my most disheartening moments as a teacher when my students were stopped and told they couldn't take photographs of the Woodmen building in Omaha, Nebraska. They were on public property, doing everything respectfully, and they simply walked away and told me what happened. It took every ounce of control for me to not 'go off' on the security guards for this, but I had to try to set an example for my students. We did receive an apology from management, however, after I complained, and were asked to come back with our cameras. I'll at least give them that."
Featured Comment by David A. Goldfarb: "I had a funny moment just a couple of days ago when I attracted the attention of security guards for taking photos in B&H of all places! I'd just bought a focusing screen and sat down to install it and test it out in the lounge area near the exit, where there's a little space for customers to organize their things, and then I noticed two guards glancing at me and saying, 'Did he just take a picture? Are people allowed to take pictures here?' I laughed and said I was testing the focusing screen that I'd just bought in the store, and they were okay with that. B&H!"