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Let It Rip: Should small knives be allowed on planes?

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The TSA says airline passengers will be able to carry small knives on board planes again.  Fox 2's Charlie Langton took "Let It Rip" on the road and found out not everyone is happy about that.

Here are some of the responses people gave:

"Little knives, okay, I don't have a problem with it."

"I don't mind going through the line and waiting an hour while they check me."

"They could do anything with that.  It's crazy."

"With if somebody tries to hijack the plane.  We can defend ourselves."

"No knives, no forks or [anything] on the planes."

Watch the video report to find out what people had to say about golf clubs also being allowed on planes in the near future.

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