a 10% chance of being blown to smithereens is too large a chance for me. If your snack bag is that damn private, don't get on the plane. I want anything the teensy weensiest suspicious searched.
Caslon while I respect your desire to remain safe while aboard flight fact is we take chances daily in plenty of things we do. While the probability of some daily activities are lower than others, point is we all take risk. A 10% chance is negligible IMO.
All goods are to be searched prior to entering the secured area, no? If anything is suspicious it should have been detected at the TSA checkpoint. If the TSA isn't doing their job, then perhaps we need to look at the processes they are using to allow passengers bring items aboard aircraft or completely ban
all carry on items altogether (as I believe will come sooner or later).
I can't say I share your sentiments towards passenger security/suspicions, so perhaps I'll leave this at agree to disagree.